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Return to Redemption Ridge GEORGE BELCHER
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Return to Redemption Ridge by George Eugene Belcher is a novel of love, spirituality, history and mystery with a twist of the paranormal. Trapped by a blizzard,in the Massachusetts Berkshires, at a remote, two-century-old farm, Jonathan Dunquin's skepticism regarding reincarnation and spirituality is tested. Can a deceased woman be controlling Jonathan's destiny? Is the ominous, towering Redemption Ridge haunted? Are star-crossed lovers, separated by death given another chance?
Road to Dictatorship Charles Kellerman
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While we are enjoying the greatest abundance in the history of humankind, I find in the news daily, a plethora of disenchanted, discontented people – using that disenchantment and discontent to force changes across our nation that benefits, not all, as our Constitution makes possible, but a hearkening back to the evils of Slavery being revisited; with the roles of oppressed and oppressor having been flipped.
ROSS: Unmasked - An Angry American Speaks Out Neal H. Ross
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Self Evident: A Study of American Conservatism Todd Perry
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Tandem "Escape to the multipolar world" Jean-Paul Cassone
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First in a series followed by "This is a Man and "BRICS and Mortar", Tandem begins at the dawn of the multipolar universe and is jam-packed with insightful facts and events of history, both in the making and as far past as ancient times. It is interpreted research of very interesting and beneficial findings. In this first brilliant series' book you will learn about the following subject matter: The multipolar world,the unipolar world,the day America died,a study of empires and their decline,who actually killed JFK,the The Lavon Affair,USS Liberty Incident,Gulf of Tonkin Incident,The 9-11 Incident,Vladimir Putin,Israel,BRICS nations,US government policymakers,secrets behind the oldest ...
Taxation by Misrepresentation John W. Benson
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Uncle Sam Doesn’t Want You to Know that Income Taxes Are Voluntary for Most Americans! The thesis of this book by John W. Benson is that the US Constitution explicitly disallows a tax on one’s labor, and that the 16th Amendment took “Income” to mean the same thing as used in the Corporation Excise Tax Act of 1909. Current Treasury regulations explicitly state exemptions from “gross income” include “those items of income which are, under the Constitution, not taxable by the Federal Government”, without ever enumerating such. “Taxation by Misrepresentation”, by John W. Benson, is by far the best resource to understanding the true constitutional aspects of our income tax system, as we ...
The Drug Story Remarkable Books
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Standard Oil was created by John D. Rockefeller in 1870. In less than 11 years it owned and controlled nearly all oil production and refining in America. While publicly renowned as a fearless and ruthless businessman, privately his political and financial influence extended into all levels of governments. But when Standard's monopoly was broken in 1911, this all came to a stop. So Rockefeller switched gears. He created the Rockefeller Trust, which bought controlling interests in pharmaceutical companies, and today controls all “legal” drug manufacturing and sales world wide. This book is Morris A. Bealle's detailed warning of how the trust and its operatives accomplish their plunder o ...
The Nixon Doctrine: Grand Strategy or Regional Policy Michael W. Cotten
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In 1969 President Nixon made statements to the press in Guam that were not intended to be an official announcement of a change in foreign policy, but nevertheless they were taken to be a new direction in foreign policy. This direction was markedly different from that of Kennedy and Johnson and in time came to be known as the Nixon Doctrine. The Nixon Doctrine has been studied to various degrees and the debate has varied over time as to whether the doctrine was intended only for the region of Southeast Asia or was intended to be more global in scope. What has been missing from the debate up to this point is a detailed analysis of the Nixon tapes which the president recorded while in offi ...
The Sixties: Reviewing the Decade that Rocked the World Mike and Laurence Peters
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The book is a set of essays that examines the cultural and political meaning of the sixties through some key iconic events such as Dylan's decision to leave folk music behind and go electric, Mick Jagger's flirtation with radical politics through his involvement in the Grosvenor Square riots, Ellsberg's decision to leak the Pentagon papers and many other key episodes. Award winning writer Sherill Tippins comments, "With precision and insight, Mike and Laurence Peters demonstrate that it takes both individuals and coalitions to make a revolution. From Bob Dylan’s lightning bolt, “Like a Rolling Stone,” to the Freedom Riders’ painstakingly-planned symbolic protest, to American intellectual ...
The South Was Right Jeffrey Bennett
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“A nation that is ignorant of its past, is a nation that is ripe for deception and manipulation. Therefore, it is not what happened, but rather what people believe happened which determines the present actions of a nation.” ~ Warriors of Honor In 1861 eleven States of the American Union withdrew and formed themselves into the Confederate States of America…. The United States resolved to compel these seceded States to return into the Union by force of arms. The South resolved to defend her liberties. … The North was the aggressor from first to last. For years before the war, it began and carried on an agitation hostile to the South, and when the South sought to protect itself by peacea ...

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