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Dangerous Delusions

Dangerous Delusions

America on the Brink: A Critical Solution to America’s Political and Economic Dilemma Michael F. Spath – The United States is on a collision course with reality. The outward appearance of a functioning democracy, campaigns waged, elections held, and legislation passed — obscures the structural flaws that have rendered America’s political system incapable of solving the […]

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Spring Winds of Beijing

Spring Winds of Beijing

Gail Copeland – Spring Winds of Beijing is a vivid and passionate account of the events in Beijing during the spring of 1989. The reader “takes to the streets” to mingle with the people from the early days of exhilaration through the silence of horror that enveloped the city following the Tiananmen Massacre. Giving voice to the […]

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The Liberty Crisis

The Liberty Crisis

Bruce G. Siminoff – Nothing is more precious than liberty. While the words of our founding fathers still remain, many of their insightful and hard-won protections have been slowly, yet continually eroded through the pressures of special interest groups, the ignorance or indifference of our elected officials, the federal courts, and the fifth estate, our unelected […]

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VICTIM

VICTIM

Caught in the Environmental Web Bruce G. Siminoff – The siren song of “Environmentalism” has enamored many. The Environmental Clean-Up Responsibility Act became law in New Jersey in 1983, but a myriad of complex regulations have created a hysterical torrent. Constitutional protections have been breached while a patchwork of rules and regulations has caused serious dislocations […]

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Debt Virus

Debt Virus

A Compelling Solution to the World’s Debt Problems Jacques S. Jaikaran, M.D. – Envision a world without poverty or economic oppression — a place where humankind can attain its potential amidst the weightlessness of true freedom. Imagine the United States, and the rest of the world, without hunger or homelessness where educated societies enjoy all the […]

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Keeping America Competitive

Keeping America Competitive

Employment Policy for the Twenty-First Century Edward E. Potter & Judith A. Youngman – Potter and Youngman describe competitiveness as the ability of individual enterprises to sell goods and services profitably in both domestic and foreign markets. The nation’s continued prosperity now depends on the ability of U.S. companies to produce and market goods and services […]

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