Non-Fiction - Gov/Politics

Acanemia

A Memoir of Life in the Halls of the Higher Learning
By Lawrence E Hussman

Acanemia: A Memoir of Life in the Halls of the Higher Learning by Lawrence E. Hussman is an interesting memoir that gives insight into the author’s formative intellectual experiences and moves toward his role as a professor and literary critic, English department leader, Fulbright scholar,...

No Tougher Duty, No Greater Honor

A Memoir of a Mortuary Affairs Marine
By GySgt L. Christian Bussler (Ret.)

No Tougher Duty, No Greater Honor: A Memoir of a Mortuary Affairs Marine by GySgt L. Christian Bussler (Ret.) is a clever military non-fiction story of a Mortuary Affairs Marine. We meet the protagonist in 2002, employed as a postal letter carrier in Springfield, Ohio....

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The Paradox of our National Security Complex

How secrecy and security diminish our liberty and threaten our democratic republic
By Richard Otto

Many of us suspect that we are living in a national security state that threatens the very foundations of our democratic republic. The Paradox of our National Security Complex, by Richard Otto, illuminates what many well-known and respected people have warned us about. Otto has...

The Truth About White Supremacy, Sexism, and Mind Control in America

Astonishing Discoveries, Unearthed Secrets, and How to Heal
By A. L. Bryant

The Truth about White Supremacy, Sexism, and Mind Control in America: Astonishing Discoveries, Unearthed Secrets, and How to Heal by A.L. Bryant is a quick read that contains a powerful message for today’s readers, a book that takes a surgical look at some of the...

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Talking Sense about Politics

How to Overcome Political Polarization in Your Next Conversation
By Jack Meacham

Jack Meacham’s Talking Sense About Politics: How to Overcome Political Polarization in Your Next Conversation is an enlightening journey though American history to the present in an effort to help the reader find a little "perspective." Meacham utilizes historical characters to demonstrate the four “American...

Who Controls America?

By Mark Mullen

Mark Mullen’s new political essay asks the question that many Americans and people around the world consider, even silently, but one that few people have the luxury to think about: Who Controls America? In the introduction to this gripping book, the author doesn’t waste any...

The GLOOG Revolution

'It's The Lawyers Stupid'
By F. William Houraney

I liked The Gloog Revolution: It’s The Lawyers Stupid! F. William Houraney writes well, and on top of giving his opinion, he also manages to entertain you. I like this type of book. It made me think and I could be wrong, but I think...

Rise and Decline

Where We Are and What We Can Do About It
By Bruce D. Thatcher

Rise and Decline: Where We Are and What We Can Do About It by Bruce D. Thatcher is a timely book that explores the political crisis in the US. As the saying goes, “What goes up must come down,” so every nation that rises must...

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Always Face the Hounds

The Negotiation for Osama Bin Laden
By Meghan Hansen

On a chance meeting with a senior government official from the Middle East, author Meghan Hansen’s fundamental belief systems were turned upside down in one short week. Always Face the Hounds is Meghan’s story about how she came to realize that the American people have...

How to Change a Law

The intelligent consumer's 7-step guide. Improve your community, influence your country, impact the world.
By John Thibault

This is a subject that most people don’t think really concerns them. Most people probably don’t have a real need to have a law changed. Indeed, they probably don’t know they even have this power. We are used to living in our society and doing...

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