Cold War III

How the U.S. Navy Can Defeat Putin and Halt Climate Change
By W. Craig Reed

Cold War III: How the U.S. Navy Can Defeat Putin and Halt Climate Change by W. Craig Reed is a non-fiction book that talks about Reed’s prediction of what will factor in the ever looming Cold War III. The book discusses the economic condition of...

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Blueprint to Utopia

By William Franklin Clark

Blueprint to Utopia presents a manifesto on how nation states can implement Utopia to all the world’s citizens. William F. Clark begins the work by outlining the social contract citizens have with a government, claiming that governments discriminate in favor of their citizens against foreign...

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Theory of Irony

How Jesus Led to Moon Golf
By Erik Von Norden

Theory of Irony: How Jesus Led to Moon Golf by Erik Von Norden is a book covering the history of Christianity in conjunction with the history of the Roman Empire, carrying readers through some key moments, such as historical and biblical facts around Christ’s birth...

Transform to Freedom

Book 1,What You Haven`t Been Told
By Elliot Sabino

Transform to Freedom, Book I: What You Haven't Been Told by Elliot Sabino tackles the most universally accepted explanations for key events throughout history, and presents clear, rational, and well documented arguments that things did not happen as we assume. We take it for granted...

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The Assassination of Michael Collins:

What Happened at Béal na mBláth?
By S M Sigerson

While a lover of history, anthropology, and criminalistics, the story of Michael Collins was one I was only vaguely acquainted with before reading SM Sigerson's The Assassination of Michael Collins. The book's description is what first caught my attention. I greatly enjoyed reading the book....

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Gotcha!

The Subordination of Free Will
By Eldon Taylor

Gotcha!: The Subordination of Free Will by Eldon Taylor, true to its title, enchanted me completely. This book tells me that what iconoclast Karl Popper has been in science, Eldon Taylor is being so everywhere else. The quirkiness that escapes the notice of all of...

Splintered

By Thomas London

Splintered by Thomas London is a humorous twist on an old fairy tale. We all know the story of Pinocchio, and we all know that he couldn’t lie. Now Pinocchio is a politician and he can’t tell the truth to save his life. Once upon...

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Kidnapped By Nuns

And Other Stories of a Life on the Radio
By Bob Fuss

In Kidnapped By Nuns, Bob Fuss talks of his days at Stanford, that when he joined, his intention was to become a lawyer. But his association with freshman Pete Williams, who later went on to become a much acclaimed NBC News correspondent, changed all that. He...

Introducing Economic Actualism

Second edition
By David Billings

Introducing Economic Actualism by David Billings introduces a new thesis; that mankind’s history is “the confusion of actual and nominal wealth." The book begins with a thorough discussion on the essential principles - Uncertainty, Certain Deviation and Confusion. But applying these principles, the study of...

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Screwed

Dancing with the Generals
By Sergiu Viorel Urma

Screwed: Dancing with the Generals by Sergiu Viorel Urma is a historical memoir, an autobiography of Urma, a reporter for The Associated Press news agency in Communist Romania. Urma spent forty years as an Associated Press reporter in Romania, Eastern Europe, and in the US....