The Greatest Fleecing of America

Veterans Disability Compensation
By S. D. Price

The Greatest Fleecing of America: Veterans Disability Compensation by S.D. Price is written 'for the enlightenment of American taxpayers, the President, top officials in the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Government Accountability Office, all Congressmen, and anyone in a position to influence or decide how our federal tax dollars...

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American Cop

Upholding the Constitution and Defending Your Right to Bear Arms
By Loren Culp

When a police officer of Republic, Washington learns of a new state ballot called Initiative 1639 regulating the ownership of firearms, he could see the Constitution on a slippery slope to its demise. Officer Loren Culp refused to stand by and see the hopes and...

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From Left to Right

Journeying from Identity Politics to Human Politics
By Jonathan J. Mize

From Left to Right: Journeying from Identity Politics to Human Politics by Jonathan J. Mize is one of the most honest books you'll read this year. This is a political memoir about a young man's odyssey from the "identity politics" of the left to the...

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Reform The Kakistocracy

Rule by the Least Able or Least Principled Citizens
By William L. Kovacs

In Reform The Kakistocracy by William L. Kovacs, the author describes what the government and those in power have evolved into. An elite, self-serving minority who lack the morals and principles to care for those who elected them. Over the last forty years, there has...

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Thus Fell Tecumseh

By Frank E. Kuron

Thus Fell Tecumseh by Frank E. Kuron is about a famous Native American, a Shawnee Chief, known as Tecumseh. He fought in the Battle of the Thames in 1813. This book goes into more details of that battle, who fought against him, and why there...

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San Francisco Values

Common Ground For Getting America Back on Track
By Geri Spieler and Rick Kaplowitz

San Francisco Values: Common Ground For Getting America Back on Track is a work of non-fiction that focuses on social, cultural, and political issues, and was penned by author duo Geri Spieler and Rick Kaplowitz. Centered on the topic of what exactly All-American values are,...

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Pine Gap

Close to God’s Ear: NSA Eavesdropping Memoirs
By David Rosenberg

Pine Gap: Close to God’s Ear: NSA Eavesdropping Memoirs by David Rosenberg is the non-fiction memoir and compilation of experiences from his time as an insider within the titular organization. To emphasize the significance of Rosenberg's tell-all, the book begins with a disclaimer from the...

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American Heart of Darkness: Volume II

Macro-Social Evil in the Post JFK Era
By Robert Kirkconnell

Robert Kirkconnell carries a broadsword. In Volume II of American Heart of Darkness: Macro Social Evil in the Post JFK Era, he gives us an exclusive, in-depth look at the political assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and Robert F. Kennedy,...

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Leaving Currency Behind

How We Transition from Human Labor for Survival Toward a Fully Automated Economy
By Richard Guitar Zen

Leaving Currency Behind: How We Transition from Human Labor for Survival Toward a Fully Automated Economy by Richard Guitar Zen is an incredibly timely self-help book that addresses the extreme and ineffective currency system. Broken down over the course of thirteen chapters, Zen covers a...

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Rotors in the Sand

By Don Harvel

Rotors in the Sand by Don Harvel is the true story of the investigation into a CV-22 Osprey accident in Afghanistan in 2010. Follow the investigation crew as they try to figure out why the Osprey fell from the sky, for no apparent reason. The...

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