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  • When Justice Fails

    Now I Lay Me Down My Heart by

    In 1997, George Henderson, who was staying in a homeless shelter, asked for the help of author, Dr. Bonnie Clark Douglass. George’s brother Paul Henderson, who was nicknamed “Poncho”, was only 17 when he went missing on Halloween night. Poncho's ...


  • Saving Humanity

    Truly Understanding And Ranking Our World's Greatest Threats by

    Our world faces threats on many fronts—terrorism, environmental and natural disasters, and pandemics, to name just a few. In light of these growing dangers, we must ask: Is the total annihilation of the human race inevitable, or can we be saved? ...


  • The Political Ecology of Pakistan

    by

    Pakistan is about to play a pivotal role in global politics. Serving as a gateway to the Middle East and a conduit to Central and South Asia, it will be a crucial partner as the United States contends with China’s rise as an emerging global ...


  • The Ontario Municipal Board

    The Last Trip by

    The Ontario Municipal Board attracted power from the time it was formed in June 1906 to adjudicate and supervise the provincial railway sector and certain municipal financial activity. Since the 1930s and ‘40s, successive governments came to rely ...


  • Doctrine of Terror

    Saudi Salafi Religion by

    The book highlights the fact that Islam does not encourage or incite intolerance of other faiths, and that it values sanctity of human life, regardless of religious affiliation, and abhors violence and extremism, as being perpetrated by the ...


  • The Trumping of America

    A Wake Up Call to the Free World by

    Trump alone is not to blame… How does it reflect on North American societal values when wealth trumps humanity, selfish individualism trumps compassion, the need to be entertained and to win trumps the truth, and racism and misogyny are rewarded ...


  • Scarlet to Green

    A History of Intelligence in the Canadian Army 1903-1963 by

    Scarlet to Green details the ‘boom and bust’ cycles of the Canadian Army’s intelligence organization from its inception in 1903 to 1963, the eve of the Integration of the Canadian Armed Forces. The book analyzes the role of intelligence in Canadian ...


  • Cobblestones

    A Personal and Political Journey by

    Dirk de Vos’s journey, which has taken him across continents, within dynamic cultures, and into direct experience within divergent ideologies, originated in the land of apartheid, South Africa, and ended in the far north of another continent. ...


  • Trust and Betrayal

    Tales of Cold War Espionage by

    It is 1957, West Berlin. US Army Captain Eric Vieler is assigned to oversee the identification, vetting, development and deployment of every-day German citizens --- as spies. While the Berlin Wall is not yet a reality, the Cold War tensions between ...


  • Art is War

    by

    These collected works are a celebration of love, pain, rage, hip hop, race, and pop culture. This hodgepodge of topics are merged as one to bring something new and fresh into the poetry medium. The author seamlessly blends social commentary into a ...