Politics/Social Commentary

The Fall of the American Empire <Br>By: Edward Kahn
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-824-7
Edition: Paperback, 479 Pages
Publication Date: August 21, 2021
This book is an anthology including all three books in the The Rise And Fall Of The American Empire trilogy. The books in the trilogy can be purchased individually, however, after you have read the first you would certainly want to read the rest so why not save and get the entire trilogy in one volume?

I have combined different Religions, Politics, Mother Nature and Terrorism together in one book. This book proves you can mix God and politics. You will travel from the distant past to the present on a journey exploring mankind’s mistakes; and then travel on to see how bright our future could be. Enjoy your time travel.
A War on All Fronts Revisited: 2005 - 2020 <bR>By: Anthony Johnson
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-796-7
Edition: Paperback, 157 Pages
Publication Date: September 16, 2020
Since 2005, African Americans have accomplished monumental achievements such as electing the first African American president in the United States. From sports, entertainment, law enforcement and politics, African Americans and other people of color continue to rewrite the American landscape. Black people continue to make great strides despite living in a nation where there’s still individuals that view them as second class citizens and for others – not citizens at all. A War on All Fronts Revisited: 2005 - 2020 takes a look at the landscape of African American life during the last fifteen years in America. What accomplishments were achieved and what are the obstacles impeding future successes?
To Hell with MAGA! And where’s the Church? <BR>By: Greg Newman
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-768-4
Edition: Paperback, 60 Pages
Publication Date: December 6, 2019
The history and current conditions of racism in religion and the government, and how religious institutions are currently attempting to undermine the separation of church and state. An insightful book discussing the most important issues facing America.
Let’s Get Civil <BR>Healing Our Fractured Body Politic <BR>By: Patrick Conroy
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-752-3
Edition: Paperback, 313 Pages
Publication Date: April 1, 2019
Let’s Get Civil enables We the People to conduct productive arguments that lead to good laws and public policies. To do that we must improve both how we think and what we think. That requires full intellectual development. Full intellectual development consists of both cognitive development, the ability to reason; and moral development, the ability to reason morally.

We all become capable of mature reason and mature moral reason around the time students graduate from high school. But too many of us do not develop as we can. Let’s Get Civil shows us how to fix that in families, schools, and society. It also explores the forces that work to undermine our full development, exposes them, and rejects them.

We fix moral philosophy, which has virtually ceased to exist in the U.S., and we reunite moral philosophy with the social sciences. That marriage makes both better. The social sciences are good at studying what is in society, but they also need to know what should be in society. And only moral philosophy has the tools to answer that question. By working together, moral philosophy and the social sciences become more effective and efficient and moral.

Finally, we use the intellectual tools we have developed to build a mature understanding of Economic Justice, Education Justice, Women’s Health Justice, and Social Justice. That understanding allows all of us, all of We the People, to conduct civil, grown up arguments about the laws and public policies we need to become all that our Founding Fathers hoped for us.
From Immigrants <BR>By: Eli Odem
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-750-9
Edition: Paperback, 131 Pages
Publication Date: February 28, 2019
We all come from immigrants. This country has become the great country it is because of immigrants. Immigrants came to America to seek a better life. Imagine if the original thirteen colonies had closed their doors to future immigrants. However, the word got out and people came from all over the world to see for themselves what this young country had to offer. America is the great experiment that has succeeded and has been fought for because of a government for and by the people. In the beginning America was blessed with leadership by the Founding Fathers who created a new government which has governed us all until today.

We are a melting pot of different people with different cultures unlike other countries that have one main culture as a foundation. We all have our story to tell about how our great grandparents and grandparents struggled and prevailed in those early years when they arrived in America. I humbly attempted to do so in this book. We should not change America by banning immigrants from America. America has to be the land of the free. America has to have open arms and stand by the words inscribed on the Statue of Liberty: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free”.
Back to the Badlands <BR>A Short Story from the Heart of America <BR>By: Mark St. Thunderhawk
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-698-4
Edition: Paperback, 90 Pages
Publication Date: October 7, 2017
An exceptional grassroots American novel. Back to the Badlands is an American short story based on a real life experience. After earning a degree from a prestigious Big Ten University, the main character faces a hostile world and an ever-changing American society. He searches his mind and his will in an attempt to find happiness, but he soon realizes that his dreams are inherently native. He confronts the plight of the Native American Sioux Indians which might in the end be his own fate too, until he meets Mary. This book has resemblances to Graham Greene’s 1940 novel, The Power and the Glory.
Toward a New Philosophy of Life <bR>By: W. J. Rock
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-632-8
Edition: Paperback, 347 Pages
Publication Date: March 14, 2016
Toward a New Philosophy of Life is a book of social criticism. Part One examines the Dominant Philosophy of Life that we are following, especially focusing on Adam Smith, Herbert Spencer, and John Wayne. Part Two explains the negative consequences of following the Dominant Philosophy including the loss of rationality, the loss of humanity, and the loss of environment. Part Three charts a new direction to aspire to, a new vision, a new philosophy of life to enhance the survival of humanity. It talks about a sustainable economy, the pursuit of happiness and a Learning Society. It is a scholarly yet accessible book needed for today’s circumstances and conditions.
Little Book of Sociology <BR>An Intelligence Officer’s Viewpoint <bR>By: Mohammed M. Hunafa
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-582-6
Edition: Paperback, 37 Pages
Publication Date: December 24, 2014
Little Book of Sociology is a book that will touch not only man’s beginning and where he has progressed to, but what, where, and why the job he has done is not yet as complete as it should be. In this book the U.S. Security/Police Agency provides the truth about sociology failures of the past, present and why failures will continue into the future unless changes are made to correct the problems of society that prevent man from living in the utopia he deserves and can easily attain.
Guide US On The Right Path <BR>By: Abron S. Toure
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-401-0
Edition: Paperback, 120 Pages
Publication Date: June 4, 2012
Guides US on the Right Path is a compilation of articles. Put together in book form for the purpose of demonstrating the author’s consistent social and political leanings over a period of time. The nuances of each piece in this context suggest a bit of the prophetic nature of the writings. The significance is even more noteworthy because of the contemporary implications. To this extent the author has strong convictions and is happy to stand behind the validity of all chapters.

There is an additional inference. A highlighted belief, we as individual and the United States of America as a country go through critical points in development and that now as a people and a country we live in such a time. As in all cases we hope for the best knowing things are not perfect. The general credo of the book describes the path traveled has a heavy dependency on a lofty interpretation of grace and the significant role it plays in the overall guidance of all things.

Interesting enough Chapter 17, “The Vedic Eight” weighed heavily inspiring the assembling of the collection. As much as the underlying points of this section have merit the chapter now holds the weakest place in regards to the confidence level about the accuracy of the theme from a prophetic standpoint. Please take time to read these articles and I pray the true meaning finds its way into your heart.
Woman Was First <BR>By: Edward Kahn
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-384-6
Edition: Paperback, 138 Pages
Publication Date: April 12, 2012
That age old question comes up every day, which came first, the hen or the egg? I believe the hen came first, and our creator had the first “Immaculate Conception” by fertilizing woman. Then man was born and ate from the tree of evil which is why man is so evil today and was always evil all through our history. Only because mankind was physically stronger than womankind, was he able to control her in the physical part of our lives. Women have to join together to take control of what man has screwed up all these centuries, including writing the bible and the story of creation which is completely and utterly a fairy tale. Read this book and believe in one man’s opinion of what happened in that Garden of Eden.