The DNA of Democracy

By Richard C. Lyons

The DNA of Democracy by Richard C. Lyons is a wonderful book for readers interested in understanding the origins, evolution, and intrinsic nature of democracy and its nuances. The author takes readers through a historical journey that begins from the faint idea of democracy from...

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The iPINIONS Journal

Commentaries on the Global Events of 2018
By Anthony Livingston Hall

The iPINIONS Journal: Commentaries on the Global Events of 2018 by Anthony Livingston Hall offers a critical, unconventional analysis of some of the major events of 2018, with humor and satire that force readers to look past what politicians want them to believe and at...

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The Malignant Presidency Volume I

Donald Trump's White House Set to Satirical First Person Poetry
By William Robinson

The Malignant Presidency (Volume 1) Donald Trump's White House Set to Satirical First Person Poetry by William Robinson is a hilarious, cleverly written collection of satirical first person poems, from Trump, to Clinton, Obama, and a host of others of notoriety. These poems come across...

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The Deprived

Innocent on Death Row
By Steffen Hou

Warning: Reading Steffen Hou's The Deprived: Innocents on Death Row might destroy any trust you have in the justice system. It might destroy your confidence in the integrity of those who purport to work toward making our society a safer and better place for all....

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The Wolfe Tones Phenomenon

By Alex Fell

The Wolfe Tones Phenomenon by Alex Fell is a book about one of the most popular folk and ballad bands in Ireland. An international success, particularly with Irish communities that settled elsewhere in the world, they are a group of very accomplished musicians. With their...

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The Business of American Injustice

By Sydney Williams

The Business of American Injustice by Sydney Williams is a poignant narrative, a memoir that deals with what the author calls “a story about our personal journey through civil litigation, bankruptcy, and the criminal justice system. As unbelievable as it seems, each event is a...

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The Naked Leftist

By Randy D Schiller

The Naked Leftist is billed as a conservatively minded guidebook by author Randy D Schiller, aiming to convey the conservative perspective on understanding those with liberal and socialist political views. Self-confessed as politically incorrect, the book offers sentiments solely from a conservative perspective with a...

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The People's Hope

How to Save America and the World from the Predator Class
By Lynn Maser

The People's Hope: How to Save America and the World from the Predator Class is a nonfiction government and politics book written by Lynn Maser. Maser introduces his subject with a look at today’s present political climate in the United States. While the 2016 election...

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They Must Be Monsters

A Modern-Day Witch Hunt - The untold story behind the McMartin phenomenon: the longest, most expensive criminal case in U.S. history
By Matthew LeRoy and Deric Haddad

They Must Be Monsters: A Modern-Day Witch Hunt by Matthew LeRoy and Deric Haddad is the true story of the McMartin preschool trial and the phenomena that surrounded the longest and most expensive criminal case in U.S. history during the 1980s. A sinister and frightening...

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Tikkunim

Corrections
By Jesse Bogner

Tikkunim: Corrections is a collection of articles and essays by Jewish-American journalist Jesse Bogner. His personal transformation from the addictive lifestyle of a decadent and elitist New Yorker to a student of Kabbalah in Israel is outlined in his memoir The Egotist. The articles in...

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