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  • Decency And Deception

    Encouragement for a Struggling Nation by

    Decency and Deception: Encouragement for a Struggling Nation, takes the reader on an information pack journey looking at the events that transpired leading up to and during the Trump Presidency. Describing those elements that defined, and haunted ...


  • The Political Campaign “How-to” Guide

    Win The Election by

    “I wasn’t lucky. I deserved it.” - Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher The Political Campaign “How-to” Guide is a book that offers step-by-step guidelines on how to win an election as well as providing answers to questions a candidate may have about ...


  • Of Pork and Potatoes

    by

    Of Pork and Potatoes is a remarkable story of perseverance in the face of adversity. Bill Massey recounts his childhood growing up in a troubled home in rural Manitoba. By finding the people who gave him space to move forward, committing to hard ...


  • Coming to America

    A Gold Mountain Dream by

    Everyone may agree that America is still the greatest country in the world. However, some may also argue that America is in decline. We are confronting huge problems such as government gridlocks, budget deficits, national debt, loss of jobs, energy ...


  • COVID-19 Pandemic In America

    A Blueprint For Healthcare, Profit, And Needless Death by

    The general consensus among a majority of social media platforms is the Trump Administration, thus far, has done a very poor job, regarding the management of the SARSr-CoV-SARS CoV-2 Human Coronavirus Pandemic in the United States. Many have charged ...


  • An Outlaw Named Jesus

    Offensively Blasphemous Poetry by

    This thought-provoking collection takes aim at the dark, irrational, immoral, and dangerous elements of religion; Televangelists preying on elderly victims, extant misogyny and witch-burning practices, racism, slavery and violence defended in holy ...


  • In the Bowels of Bureaucracy

    Thirty Years in the Developing World's Bureaucratic Machinery by

    An outsider’s romp through our developing world – countries in transition from planned to market economies, failed states, post-conflict states and the bureaucrats caught in the middle of stagnation, rapid change and chaos. The book is a memoir of ...


  • A Big Idea

    Eliminating Poverty in Canada by

    Can the complex issue of poverty actually be addressed in Canada? Author Alan Redway believes the answer is yes—if it is tackled at a federal level—and explores how this can be achieved with the introduction of a Universal Basic Income in our ...


  • Buharism

    Nigeria's Death Knell by

    This book poses the question: When does a President lose the moral authority to lead? • Is it when he steals an election and usurps the presidential mandate the people had given his primary challenger? • Is it when he orchestrates ...


  • Understanding America’s Greatest Existential Threats

    Homeland Security and Paralysis of the Electrical Grid Systems by

    In this introductory volume, readers will learn about the vital role that the various Critical Infrastructure (CI) sectors play in America, in the context of homeland security. The protection, maintenance, and monitoring of these interdependent CI ...