by Munir Moon
The Beltway Beast: Stealing from Future Generations and Destroying the Middle Class, transcends the anger and frustration of American people with their leaders failing to solve the country’s problems. It documents our current reality and offers transformational ideas, such as shrinking the Presidential Primary process by utilizing technology, reducing healthcare cost through Smart Patient Credits,… [Read More]
by Munir Moon
In a time when the one-percenters seem to have it all, author Munir Moon builds a case for the average Joe in his eye-opening new book, The Middle Class Comeback. So take heart and take control of your fears with Moon’s informative–and ultimately inspiring–look at the middle class. Moon, a former financial-industry executive and current… [Read More]
I lived in Idaho for almost exactly 30 years, first for a couple of months in the fall of 1973, then for a long time starting in August 1974. A few months shy of that three-decade anniversary, on March 17, 2004, I drove a Penske moving van west across the I-84 bridge at Ontario and… [Read More]
By taking on a bold program of economic reform, a (fictional) West African nation manages to steer itself into a health future. The reform was led by a visionary military leader who, once he had led his nation’s sea-change, retired to play jazz piano.
by Bree A. Hood
The information discussed in the Monkey Wrench Papers is not advice. It is knowledge that can help anybody overcome fear and realize their capacity to follow in the footsteps of America’s Founders. That’s right! The American Revolution was the first and last case of mass civil suicide in America. Their suicide note…The Declaration of Independence!
by Bear Kosik
Restoring the Republic: A New Social Contract for We the People provides an overview of political concepts essential to understanding the evolution of our political system. It describes the problems associated with too many citizens disconnected or loosely connected to the public sphere and the paths active citizens can take to restore the principles of… [Read More]
President Barack Obama issued a Proclamation to begin to reverse a Justice System that is broken. In the midst of America’s bi-partisan movement for Prison Reform and a critical evaluation of federal Mandatory Minimum sentences, Ms. Turpin draws the reader into her world, in order to educate the reader as well as entertain. * *… [Read More]
With the subtitle, “A philosophical divagation about the evil banality of daily acts”, the author dedicates herself to dissect a few hours of a man’s thoughts, feelings and life. Awarded with Honors by the Law School, PUC RJ. This work was originally published in Portuguese, in 1988. Translated by the author herself in 2013, reviewed by… [Read More]
A provocative, first time in depth look at the history and corrosive impact of 2016 GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump’s race baiting appeals and campaign. Political analyst Earl Ofari Hutchinson also tells how Trump’s race baiting tactics follows the pattern set by GOP presidential candidates over the past six decades to win the White House.
by Yvette Davis
Suddenly Free, Purpose off Joy is the second in the series. Suddenly Free is a chronicle of what life might be like immediately before the Rapture, and the Coming of Jesus Christ. In Volume 1, the Antichrist was in the world, seeking to become the god of this world. Satan, Lucifer, the Enemy of men,… [Read More]
by Mike Corbett
If you could design a heaven for your friends and a hell for your enemies, you would be challenged to come up with anything as quirkily appropriate as Mike Corbett has provided for the reader. Demons, angels, politicians and clergyman collide in this satirical ambush from the present day to the time of Torquemada. Although… [Read More]
by Ted Cabana
Nearing the end of the 21st century, the world has been devastated by catastrophic climate change, war, disease and overpopulation. Now the most sought after of all continents to live, Antarctica, has developed into a vastly inhabited and civilized oasis with its own cities, communities, cultures and native population known as the Annortics. Still under… [Read More]
The book operates from the conservative agenda of American politics. The Tea Party conservative movement and not the establishment conservatism of the Republican Party are discussed. This country needs to change. The funny thing about change is that the change this country needs is a regression towards America’s roots. The progressives have progressed America right… [Read More]
Noren knew that his world was not as it should be — it was wrong that only the Scholars, and their representatives the Technicians, could use metal tools and Machines. It was wrong that only they had access to the mysterious City, which even as a child he had longed to enter. Above all, it… [Read More]
Noren knew that his world was not as it should be — it was wrong that only the Scholars, and their representatives the Technicians, could use metal tools and Machines. It was wrong that only they had access to the mysterious City, which even in boyhood he had longed to enter. Above all, it was… [Read More]
One-volume indie edition of the trilogy including the three novels This Star Shall Abide (known in the UK as Heritage of the Star), Beyond the Tomorrow Mountains, and The Doors of the Universe, originally published by Atheneum in the 1970s. Noren knew that his world was not as it should be–it was wrong that only… [Read More]
Are you wondering how far government control of health care might go in a future society? This controversial novel, winner of a bronze medal in the 2008 Independent Publisher (IPPY) Book Awards, is not just for science fiction fans. Crime is considered illness, untreated illness is crime; ambulance crews are the only police. Dead bodies… [Read More]