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Wayne T. Ollick: The Overviewer

Wayne T. Ollick: The OverviewerThis book is as timely as it could get! Today’s world is extremely polarized, pitting friend against friend and even brother against brother.

The last time such polarization existed in the United States was just prior to the Civil War! Our situation today is akin to a bubble in that most people are oblivious to it and will continue to be until it bursts.

The Overviewer explains what has happened to make us this way, warns of the calamity that could occur if we do not make changes to our thinking and lays out in detail what must be done to achieve those changes.




Gord Garland: A Weekend By The Lake

Gord Garland: A Weekend By The Lake

‘A Weekend By The Lake’ takes us on a journey of ADVENTURE and SUSPENSE in eleven short stories. Unbelievable situations become real. Lessons are learned along the way. All stories are solidly based on reality, and may or may not contain fiction. Experience wonder, beauty, fear, redemption, magic, retribution and laughter. Meet Elvis, nature, bullies, bikers, Huron Indians, investigators and squirrels.

A five year old boy wakes up on a Saturday morning and encounters Elvis Presley at the Glidden Dairy Bar. Four friends go cross country skiing and come across a truly unique setting that almost takes their lives. A man goes out for the evening and ends up at a bar where he confronts five bullies.



Mark Levin: The Liberty Amendments

Mark Levin: The Liberty Amendments, Restoring the American RepublicMark Levin: The Liberty Amendments, Restoring the American Republic

MARK R. LEVIN HAS MADE THE CASE, IN NUMEROUS NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING BOOKS—MEN IN BLACK, LIBERTY AND TYRANNY, AND AMERITOPIA—THAT THE PRINCIPLES UNDERGIRDING OUR SOCIETY AND GOVERNMENTAL SYSTEM ARE UNRAVELING. IN THE LIBERTY AMENDMENTS, HE TURNS TO THE FOUNDING FATHERS AND THE CONSTITUTION ITSELF FOR GUIDANCE IN RESTORING THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC.



Peter Foster: Why We Bite the Invisible Hand

Peter Foster: Why We Bite the Invisible Hand, The Psychology of Anti-CapitalismPeter Foster: Why We Bite the Invisible Hand, The Psychology of Anti-Capitalism

In Why We Bite the Invisible Hand, Peter Foster delves into a conundrum: How can we at once live in a world of expanding technological wonders and unprecedented well-being, and yet hear a constant drumbeat of condemnation of the system that created it? That system, capitalism, which is based on private property and voluntary dealings, is guided by the “Invisible Hand,” the metaphor for economic markets associated with the great Eighteenth Century Scottish philosopher Adam Smith.



Ezra Levant: Groundswell

Ezra Levant: Groundswell, The Case for Fracking

In Groundswell, Ezra Levant examines the fracking revolution. Fracking (from “fracturing”) involves injecting millions of gallons of water mixed with sand and chemicals into a well deep underground to fracture shale rock and release previously inaccessible reserves of oil and gas. The United States, Canada, North Africa, and the Middle East have vast reserves of shale gas and accessing it will mean a seismic shift in energy geopolitics. With natural gas in abundance, prices fall and the stranglehold by energy companies like Russia’s Gazprom loosens.

 



The Fighting Hawks at D-Day

Eileen Cosgrove, The Fighting Hawks at D-Day

This is not good, thought Christopher as he looked around him. Smoke lingered in the air from the mortars and gunfire being fired at the landing fleet. Suddenly, they were drenched by the cold water of the English Channel, as a German shell exploded next to their landing craft destined for Omaha Beach, Normandy, France. It was June 6,1944. Wags, Will and Jack had parachuted into Normandy earlier this morning. Had they survived what was sure to be a death-defying jump? He had been down this path before, and the only outcome that was certain was that people died: good, decent people. Their mission?



The Fighting Hawks at D-Day

Eileen Cosgrove, The Fighting Hawks at D-Day

This is not good, thought Christopher as he looked around him. Smoke lingered in the air from the mortars and gunfire being fired at the landing fleet. Suddenly, they were drenched by the cold water of the English Channel, as a German shell exploded next to their landing craft destined for Omaha Beach, Normandy, France. It was June 6,1944. Wags, Will and Jack had parachuted into Normandy earlier this morning. Had they survived what was sure to be a death-defying jump? He had been down this path before, and the only outcome that was certain was that people died: good, decent people. Their mission?



Scott Leddy: The Raping of America

Scott Leddy: The Raping of America

The Raping of America is written through the point-of-view of a frustrated member of the middle class. It takes an in-depth look at the deficiencies of our dysfunctional government and the failed agenda of the current administration. The publication offers insight addressing such issues as poverty, redistribution of wealth, the government’s attempt to implement socialistic policies, the detrimental effects of the Affordable Healthcare Act, the devastating consequences of our monumental debt, the mainstream media’s role in cultivating the pretense and veiling the corruption spewing out of Washington.




















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