Lead with Mercy

The Business Case for Compassion
By Robert Goodson

Lead with Mercy: The Business Case for Compassion by Robert Goodson is an excellent book based on the importance of compassionate leadership in the workplace. I found the book insightful, well substantiated and interesting to read. Goodson expands the word mercy as an acronym which...

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Hidden History

An Exposé of Modern Crimes, Conspiracies, and Cover-Ups in American Politics
By Donald Jeffries

Hidden History by Donald Jeffries is an in-depth analysis of the major events that have shaped the course of the United States for the last fifty years. Beginning with the JFK assassination, Donald has critically analyzed every US event of national significance. Included are analyses...

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America, We Need A Raise

By Mark Mullen

America, We Need a Raise by Mark Mullen is a carefully considered, cogently written, impeccably well researched and painstakingly documented explanation of how and why the Middle Class is disappearing in America and what those making decisions at the higher levels of government might do...

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Get the Cheese, Avoid the Traps

An Interactive Guide to Government Contracting
By Vernita Naylor

Get the Cheese, Avoid the Traps by Vernita Naylor explains how to get business from government agencies. She describes just how difficult it is to navigate the contracting process of various government entities. The book gives information on what a business owner needs to learn...

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The Cancer Olympics

By Robin McGee

Robin McGee’s The Cancer Olympics is a memoir of her battle against not only cancer but inadequate healthcare that she unfortunately received. The negligence of her delayed diagnosis – no thanks to Doctors One, Two, Three and Four – cause a late stage tumor that...

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Unbroken Circles for Schools

Restoring Schools One Conflict at a Time
By Ken Johnson

One of the most hotly debated subjects around the country, education in America's schools has been suffering in recent years. Unbroken Circles for Schools by Ken Johnson dives into one of the toughest issues facing public school systems today: Student conflict and behavioral issues. Conflict...

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Ethical Empowerment

Virtue Beyond the Paradigms
By Arthur D. Schwartz

Ethical Empowerment: Virtue Beyond the Paradigms by Arthur D. Schwartz is a rich cacophony of philosophy examined through the eyes of real-world social context. Divided into two easy to read parts, Schwartz defines the principles of ethics and morality to promote greater wisdom, empowerment and...

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Secret Science and the Secret Space Program

By Herbert G. Dorsey III

Secret Science and the Secret Space Program by Herbert G. Dorsey III is a proactive book that reads like Orwellian fiction, but upon closer examination, it is clear that much scientific research is at the heart. Dorsey, a specialist in electrical engineering and physics, details...

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Small Government My A**

Things Conservatives Say & Do That Aggravate Libertarians
By Kevin Loesch

While author Kevin Loesch bashes both major political parties in the United States in Small Government My A**, the majority of his fire is directed at the Republicans. His position is that of a strong libertarian and his arguments against Republicans are based on their...

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The Capacity To Believe

Race, Media and Politics In The American South
By Marcus W. Williams

Most people know about the events and historically documented occurrences of African Americans in the United States as they went from slaves to being free citizens. That, however, is far from all that transpired. The black people of the United States, during the birth of...

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