Political Science, Commentary & Opinion
What It Takes
Things a Canadian Police Officer Wants You to Know About His Job by Owen R.B. Roberts
A police officer pulls back the proverbial curtain on his profession to reveal its inner workings. After more than a decade in the police force, the author shares on-the-job insights and details of his training on how to deal with drug addiction, ...
Why Human Rights Charters Fail to Fulfill Their Mandates by Donald L. Lang, PhD
Freedom. The Berber symbol adorns a monument outside the Museum of Slavery in The Gambia. It’s also an emblem of hope, that “never again” will such wrongheaded political mindsets cloud our judgment about “rights” and “freedoms,” now enshrined in ...
Thoughts During Pandemic 2020
by Nicholas Fung
Thoughts during a Pandemic is a well-written and insightful journal based on author Nicholas Fung's personal thoughts during the Covid-19 Pandemic. The journal provides deep insight into the economic and social events of our times. It also provides ...
Decency And Deception
Encouragement for a Struggling Nation by D.L. Bailey
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 ...
An Outlaw Named Jesus
Offensively Blasphemous Poetry by Thaddeus Blake
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 ...
Poems 2015-2019 by Brendon Shipston
A debut collection of powerful, intelligent poems that takes on themes such as death, ageism, mental health, Buddhism, self-perception, and politics. A young, educated, candid, and self-aware poet, Brendon Shipston uses his voice to help spark the ...
Real House Lives
Former Members of Parliament on How to Reclaim Democratic Leadership by Michael Morden et al.
“We’re not just in a sort of post-truth politics, but we’re in a post-democratic politics.” – Former Member of Parliament Democracy’s future has become uncertain. Politicians are viewed with deep cynicism. Political parties have lost touch with ...
The Trumping of America
A Wake Up Call to the Free World by Pamela Hines
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 ...
A Personal and Political Journey by Dirk de Vos
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. ...
India: Future Tense
by Peter Richards
Whether you are new to things Indian or have particular interests in India, this book is your decoding manual for the most complex country on earth. India: Future Tense is about forces shaping today’s India and the opportunities Indians have to ...