Politics/Government – Election 2016: Democracy in Disarray

Election 2016 Democracy in DisarrayElection 2016: Democracy in Disarray
A Campaign Bloated with Bombastry, Bigotry, and Blatant Lies
By Sandra Lee Stuart and Aaron Jaffe
Publisher: Barricade Books
Published: February 2017
ISBN: 978-1569808108
ASIN: B01N39F8IX
Genre: Politics, Government
Formats Available for Review: Print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.),      pdf, epub, kindle

On Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, many Americans awoke like they’d just spent a night of blackout drinking—“What did we do? Did that really just happen?” Unbelievably, Donald Trump had won the election

There will be many books on last year’s insane and tumultuous run to the White House trying to explain the Trump Triumph and how Hillary Clinton was on the one-yard line and lost the ball. None will compare to Election 2016: Democracy in Disarray. It stands out for its facts, irreverence and biting humor.

When distant historians study the 2016 run-up to the White House, they will use many words to describe it. There is a good chance “dumpster fire,” “clown fiesta” and the smiling poop emoji will be among them. But it is important for all Americans to look back at the campaign to try and fathom how someone so incompetent and unstable as Donald Trump managed to defeat Clinton. Granted, he did so with more than a little help from the Kremlin, WikiLeaks and FBI Director James Comey. It is all spelled out in Election 2016: Democracy in Disarray.

The campaign seemed as if it was being waged inside an MTV reality show with some of the wannabes to rule the most powerful country acting as if the way to the Oval Office was to be more outrageous than their opponents. Somehow, it’s hard to imagine Honest Abe boasting about the size of his genitals during the Lincoln-Douglas debates.

Expect insights like “Trump thinks he is infallible. He probably would think he was the second coming of Christ, too, except that Jesus got captured and tortured like that ‘loser’ John McCain.” How the Pant-suited Crusader Hillary Clinton closely paralleled Batman. And what was it about Bernie Sanders that had so many millennials Feeling the Bern?

Not overlooked are all the secondary characters running from Chris Christie to Ben Carson to—the list goes on because so many “delusionals” thought it a good idea to spend tons of money and rack up frequent-flier miles when they had less chance of winning the White House than Mr. Ed winning the Preakness.

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Self-Help – How a Good Person can Really Win

How a Good Person can Really WinHow a Good Person Really Can Win
By Pavan Choudary
Publisher: Wisdom Village Publications
ISBN: 978-9380710457
Published: March 2013
Pages: 240
Genre: Motivational, Self-Help, Politics
Formats Available For Review: pdf

Real-world research shows that the good person often loses to the immoral person, and the three main reasons for this are:

  • He cannot comprehend how the immoral man thinks, works or makes his moves.
  • He lacks battle skills and doesn t know how to fight back.
  • He is often egoistic about his honesty, whereas the immoral man subjugates his ego to greed and teams up with others.

This book strives to initiate the moral man towards:

  • Comprehending evil moves
  • Executing powerful antidotes
  • Converting his virtues into competitive tools and building powerful collaborations with men like himself & win decisively.

Free of platitudes & unproven recommendations, How a Good Person can Really Win is backed by extensive research, and can lead men to victory in the real world. It has relevance to all walks of life.

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Politics/Government – Bible Bullies: How Fundamentalists Got The Good Book So Wrong

Bible Bullies: How Fundamentalists Got The Good Book So WrongBible Bullies
By C. Arthur Ellis, Jr. and Leslie E. Ellis
Publisher: Gadfly Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 978-0982094099
Published: April 2013
Pages: 206
Genre: Politics/Government
Format Available For Review: Print, Nook, Kindle, PDF

Bible Bullies is a controversial new book that explores the nature of a special kind of bully: the kind who use the Bible to force or coerce others into conforming to their beliefs.

The book identifies fourteen personality traits of these bullies, their tactics, and how they misuse the Bible to abuse children and attack identified “out-groups,” including women, the LGBT community, and social programs for the disadvantaged. Six of these personality traits were previously identified in a study, commissioned after World War II by the American Jewish Committee, to try to understand the mind-set of Europeans who supported Hitler’s atrocities.

Chapters discuss misogyny, sexual diversity, child abuse, intelligent design, social programs, and family planning, in the process revealing specific targets of Bible bullies and their misguided use of Scripture in their assault on their victims.

After identifying the salient traits of Bible bullies and how they attack their victims, the book discusses the bullies’ MO—how they operate. Not content with abusing just the victims in their own hometown, the Bible bullies seek to expand their personal power through political means, by arguing against separation of church and state and pushing for an exclusively Christian nation.

The final chapters reveal the crucial rift in the New Testament that laid the groundwork for those seeking to distort the message of peace and love brought by Jesus.

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Christianity – Vision of New Jerusalem: Now!

Vision of New Jerusalem: Now!Vision of a New Jeruselum
By Marty Angelo
Publisher: Once Life Matters Ministries, Inc.
ISBN: 978-0615562438
Published: February 2012
Pages: 416
Genre: Christianity
Format available for review: pdf, kindle

Vision of New Jerusalem: Now!

An in-depth study of the relationship of the kingdom of God, the Church and the New Jerusalem.

The end is near! Time is running-out!

Jesus will return soon to rapture the church!

What if we’re wrong—-What if we’re wrong?

How will it affect your children and their children if Jesus Christ doesn’t return within this generation?

Live in the Now!

Vision of New Jerusalem: Now!

By understanding and applying the principles found in this book one will learn how to:

1) Stay out of troublesome situations… Now!

2) Live a victorious overcoming life… Now

3) Experience inner peace… Now!

4) Build an important bridge between preterism/fulfilled eschatology and futurism… Now!

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Politics/Government – Ideas for Saving America: Start In 2012

Ideas for Saving America: Start In 2012Ideas for Saving in America
By Carter Coberly
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1466463370
Pages: 98
Genre: Politics/Government

In order to save America, major changes are needed in how the federal government operates! The ideas presented are bold and will be opposed by politicians from both parties, special interest groups, government employees, lawyers, unions, and the wealthy. Topics include: eliminating income taxes; saving Social Security; limiting political office terms; medical care economics; reducing federal budget debt, deficits, and discretionary spending; and distributing federal government power. Bold action is needed now by the American people, not by the political establishment

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Economy/Politics – The Bumbling Colossus

The Bumbling Colossus
Author: Henry Field
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781466445543
Pages: 308
Published: May 2012

This book provides a comprehensive yet easy-to-read introduction to the political economy and philosophy of markets and regulation, including common objections and misperceptions of both. It analyzes the 2010 health care reform (ObamaCare) in light of the economics and history of health care finance, and relates this to the Dodd-Frank Act and the causes of the 2008 financial crisis, our experiences with other regulatory regimes since the New Deal, the pros and cons of markets, regulation, single-payer systems and related pertinent questions in economic theory bearing upon the subject, including market failures, behavioral economics, the limits of rationality, and more.

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Henry F. Field (Harvard BA, University of Chicago JD) is an independent scholar, author, and life-long student of law and economics. He writes on economics, law, and public policy. He is a life member of the American Law Institute.

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