Politics/Social Commentary

The United States of Apathy <BR>By: Fred J. Leuper
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-564-6
Edition: Paperback, 77 Pages
Publication Date: Sept 10, 2007
The greatest danger to a free society is apathy. We the people allow this to happen. We the people are the only ones who can solve this problem. This book gives a brief overview of just a few of the problems America faces. It is intended for those new to the political discourse, or those who are not sure how to proceed in identifying the issues. We must become involved and hold our leaders accountable for their actions or inactions. This book will serve as the road map to empowering the electorate once again. Only then can America regain the prominence it so richly deserves.
A Cosmos Crying <BR>By: C. S. Thorton
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-471-7
Edition: Paperback, 122 Pages
Publication Date: July 17, 2007
A Cosmos Crying discusses the life span of the universe and our galaxy, the Creator, humans, religions, ruling authorities, human genes and the physiology of the body. It looks at the functioning of the universe from a higher level; terrorism and holy wars and how to stop them; Nature and its impact on living things; different kinds of ruling authorities; new technology and information technology. This book discusses how universal computer rule can abolish national boundaries making one nation, one universe, one rule, one law, and provide for sharing of resources. Universal computer rule would eradicate greed, poverty and nuclear war and make the Cosmos safe all people.
Advancing Time <BR>By: Bruce W. Wilds
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-515-8
Edition: Paperback, 172 Pages
Publication Date: May 15,2007
“Bringing into perspective and focus the quickening pace of change”

Advancing time focuses on how the ever quickening pace of change impacts today’s society and the massive challenges it creates. Never before has our world changed so rapidly, it is crucial we understand that we are living in a unique era the likes never before experienced by past generations. History viewed in the framework of mans time on earth forms the crux of this somewhat radical perspective.

This book journeys from the beginning of man to our current state and helps us make sense of our fast changing chaotic world. Advancing Time illuminates the responsibilities society faces. Used as a tool it clarifies the choices before mankind, guiding and giving hope to those who want to have a positive impact.
Everybody Has One <BR>The Word You Are Looking For Is Inside <br>By: Fred Bertram
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-455-7
Edition: Paperback, 129 Pages
Publication Date: April 23, 2007
Everybody Has One is a collection of observations and opinions on everything ranging from day-to-day life, politics, world affairs, social issues, and much more. Some will amuse you, some will upset you, but all will surely make you think. You may not agree with everything you read, but that is alright because... Everybody Has One.
Hawaiian Apartheid <BR>By: Kenneth R. Conklin, Ph.D.
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-461-8
Edition: Paperback, 302 Pages
Publication Date: March 1, 2007
Racial Separatism and Ethnic Nationalism in the Aloha State

This book seeks to awaken the public to the dangers of the Hawaiian sovereignty movement. A gathering storm of racial separatism and ethnic nationalism threatens not only the people of Hawaii but the entire United States.

The Hawaiian Government Reorganization bill, also known as the “Akaka bill” (currently S.310 and H.R.505), threatens to set a precedent for ethnic balkanization throughout America. It seeks to create a racially exclusionary government using federal and state land and money.

Hawaii’s independence activists want to rip the 50th star off the flag, either by international efforts or through the economic and political power the Akaka bill would give ethnic Hawaiians as a group.

This book begins with an in-depth description and analysis of racial separatism and ethnic nationalism in today’s Hawaiian sovereignty movement. Then it analyzes historical grievances, and the junk science of current victimhood claims, fueling the Hawaiian grievance industry. The book analyzes anti-military and anti-American activity. It describes the dangers of claims to indigenous rights, and why those claims are bogus in Hawaii. The book analyzes some Hawaiian sovereignty frauds including a billion dollars in Hawaiian Kingdom government bonds, the “Perfect Title” land title scam, and the “World Court” scam. The closing chapter offers hope for the future, describing an action agenda.

Ken Conklin, author, has a Ph.D. in Philosophy. He has lived in Hawaii since 1992. He has devoted full time for 15 years to studying Hawaiian history, culture, and language, and the Hawaiian sovereignty movement; and speaks Hawaiian with moderate fluency. He is a scholar and civil rights activist working to protect unity, equality, and aloha for all. He has published numerous essays in newspapers, appeared on television and radio, taught a course on Hawaiian sovereignty at the University of Hawaii, and maintains a large website.
Education for the New Millennium <br>By: Ann L. Atkinson, PhD
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ISBN: 1-59824-369-1
Edition: Paperback, 50 Pages
Publication Date: November 17, 2006
Changes in education are needed in order for students to compete globally, especially African Americans.
Racism in America <br>A Guide to Understanding Discrimination <br>By: Louis J. Palmer, Jr.
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ISBN: 1-59824-349-7
Edition: Paperback, 441 Pages
Publication Date: November 15, 2006
Racial discrimination, like its ethnic counterpart, will never be totally eliminated. This is necessarily so because “discrimination” is an inherent attribute of the human brain. This book provides an analysis of the cerebral origin of discrimination, along with its ancient manifestation as ethnic discrimination and its recent historical manifestation as racial discrimination in America. Ultimately this book seeks to demonstrate that, while the evils of racial discrimination are an inherent part of existence, it is a condition that can and should be controlled through laws and individual initiatives.
From an Ordinary Point of View <BR>By: Eli Odem
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ISBN: 1-59824-319-5
Edition: Paperback, 231 Pages
Publication Date: September 27, 2006
America is under stress. We are divided by many issues. Domestically we are a mess. We are deeper in debt than ever in our history. Moral issues have taken center stage, instead of the issues that made America strong. Our leadership has taken sides with big business and the result is that average citizens, who are eighty percent of Americans, are having a tough time making ends meet even with two jobs. Will the middle class survive? Can our government solve the problems with our economy, education, social security and Medicare? Will Iraq continue to drain our much-needed resources? Has our leadership chosen paths that have isolated us from the rest of the world? Will terrorism ironically win because we lose our civil rights in the process of being secure from terrorism? Has our leadership lost its focus on what is important to our citizens and our future? We need to re-evaluate our State of the Union because it is not strong.
Winning by the Sword <BR>By: Andrew J. Richter
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ISBN: 1-59824-346-2
Edition: Paperback, 171 Pages
Publication Date: September 14, 2006
How Military Strength has Won and Appeasement has Failed

This book chronicles American Foreign Policy going back to World War I showing how military strength has prevailed in the long run against world tyrants of Nazis, communists, and terrorists and how liberal appeasement has failed and led to nothing but larger conflicts.
Here, See if this Helps <br>By: Charles Samuel
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ISBN: 1-59824-225-3
Edition: Paperback, 189 Pages
Publication Date: June 8, 2006
Ever wondered how the Gospel of Jesus (which is all about peace, love and understanding) could somehow be twisted into ideologies of war, hate and absurdity? Ever wondered why many so-called ‘Christians’ do not follow the Way of Jesus?

Here, see if this helps.