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Nonexistent Transparency By Shawn Dougherty
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Can we really trust the people who we elect to office to represent us? Is it all just a game that the politicians play for more power? And what will we ever do about society as a whole? In my book,... More > Nonexistent Transparency, we not only look at the lies and deceit from the political players of the day, but also take time to learn what our Founding documents actually mean. Our Constitution has been perverted into a nonsensical charter by racist white men of the day, when in reality the words of those men ring true even in these days. Our country needs an overhaul, and as you will see the career politicians have not been able to bring the “change” they had promised. ***UPDATE*** 40% of all profits brought in by this book here at LULU and also at Amazon will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project. This goes for sales from 7/14/2010-11/1/2010. Help out a great cause, get a book I put a lot of time into writing, and let us get this country back!< Less
Nonexistent Transparency By Shawn Dougherty
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Can we really trust the people who we elect to office to represent us? Is it all just a game that the politicians play for more power? And what will we ever do about society as a whole? In my book,... More > Nonexistent Transparency, we not only look at the lies and deceit from the political players of the day, but also take time to learn what our Founding documents actually mean. Our Constitution has been perverted into a nonsensical charter by racist white men of the day, when in reality the words of those men ring true even in these days. Our country needs an overhaul, and as you will see the career politicians have not been able to bring the “change” they had promised. ***UPDATE*** 40% of all profits brought in by this book here at LULU and also at Amazon will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project. This goes for sales from 7/14/2010-11/1/2010. Help out a great cause, get a book I put a lot of time into writing, and let us get this country back!< Less
What to do in Orangutan Zoo By Robert Dornfried
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How do you explain to children why adults are acting like children? “What to do in Orangutan Zoo” is a story for our youth with a lesson for all ages. A light-hearted look at the... More > challenges we face as individuals and solutions we face as a nation. “What to do in Orangutan Zoo” was written and illustrated by cartoonist Bob Dornfried. Mr. Dornfried has four children and offers this book to today’s youth who are tomorrow’s leaders. Like many citizens of the United States, he is saddened to see the divide at all levels of society. In these times, we need to stop pointing fingers at each other and focus on ourselves - We are all to blame and we “all” need to be the solution. If this book helps to change one mind to embrace love and not hate then it is a success! Remember, Love Always Wins!< Less
Proud to be a Trumpanzee By Robert Dornfried
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What is a Trumpanzee? Some will tell you Trumpanzee’s are mindless, un-evolved members of society that blindly follow President Trump. But if you ask a “Trumpanzee” how they define... More > themselves they will answer with two words: TRUE AMERICAN. “Proud to be a Trumpanzee” is a reflection of how President Trump’s supporters feel about the issues facing all Americans. In the summer of 2018, author and cartoonist Bob Dornfried became increasingly dismayed with what he perceived as denigrating stereotypes of fellow Americans–Trump supporters. He set out on his own journey of enlightenment determined to learn for himself who Trump supporters were. Whether it was in the workplace or on the street—during his bus commute or in the supermarket line—Mr. Dornfried engaged reluctant Trump supporters and asked questions...and got answers—lots of them. “Proud to be a Trumpanzee” is a whimsical reflection dedicated to the multitude of Trump supporters who shared their feelings…Remember, Love Always Wins!< Less
Politics Then & Now By Richard R. Kennedy
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Politics from Reagan to George W. from the perspective of an old Democrat, together with updates on Obama era.
Declaration of Federal Independence By Thomas Jay
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The Founding Fathers declared independence from Tyranny. With no experience and no example, they laid the foundation with a Constitution- perfectly. They counted on one thing that was true then, but... More > no longer: politicians would believe in the idea, and follow it. The establishment no longer does. They work around it or ignore it. There is no accountability other than elections. Power is centered with Congress instead of with the People. This is a new declaration of We the People to the new establishment tyranny - the Federal Government; it is our only option for change. They can’t fix it - they are the problem. This is our reset. It presents our grievances and the Constitutional Language to fix them. It is a New declaration. It is the step that the Founding Fathers gave Us, and it is time: “That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it.” Alter it with a declaration of Freedom from the new Tyranny. Declare your freedom or lose it< Less
How I've made America better! By Jane Doe
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A funny or terrifying book depending on your political viewpoint. A full color cover with 48 numbered blank pages inside. A great gag gift to give to your liberal friends. No conservative should be... More > without this book!< Less
Hubert By Jeff Barnett
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In the Presidential election of 1968, what could have happened if California voted for Hubert Humphrey instead of Richard Nixon? With 3rd party candidate George Wallace winning 45 electoral votes,... More > neither Nixon nor Humphrey would have the 270 electoral votes needed for victory. Each would need to strike a deal with George Wallace to win the White House. What would Nixon and Humphrey proffer for the Presidency? What would Wallace demand? Humphrey defends his liberal civil rights agenda in negotiations with populist segregationist Wallace – with the specter of a Nixon presidency constraining his options. Humphrey’s resolution redefines politics in America in ways that explain today’s political polarization. A ONE-ACT PLAY.< Less
Silencing the Cult - A Fun, Practical Guide to Encouraging Republican Idiots to Shut the Hell Up! By Slayton McDonough
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There’s a plague on the planet, and it watches Fox News. Result? Idiot Republicans who just can’t shut up about it. Having been sucked into the modern-day cult version of a once-proud... More > political party, they spend their days funneling right wing swill like a frat boy at a kegger, and thus are forced to ‘relieve’ themselves periodically by spewing their wisdom on hapless, innocent bystanders. This entertaining and informative work begins with the author’s discovery of the book’s inspiration and mascot, The King of Assholes, and then delves into an occasionally serious, frequently hilarious, and all-too-true dissection of the history and rationale behind the creation and maintenance of the largest, most dangerous, and most annoying cult of all time. The underlying principle is that all cultists possess an unchangeable mind, and the author explores the idea that reasonable people are more interested in peace and quiet than in arguing futilely with propaganda-poisoned morons.< Less
Beyond the Talking Points: Taking a Deeper Look At America’s Issues By Mark Goshdigian
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Even before the election of Barack Obama, Americans were beginning to notice that the country had changed direction. Five years into his presidency, neither he nor the legislators in Congress are... More > willing to do the work necessary to solve our problems. Critical thinking may not be sexy, but it’s what will enable us to overcome our most formidable challenges. Author Mark Goshdigian, an everyday American concerned about the nation’s future, bucks the trend in a series of essays that pose tough questions: Can the federal government and Federal Reserve continue to turbo-charge the economy by spending so much money? How has globalization affected the United States? What can we do to fight an entitlement culture? Can we still learn from our failures and dare to be great? Whether you’re a government worker, politician, voter, or student, you owe it to yourself to examine the economy, the nation’s social issues, and the political process so we can move beyond the talking points.< Less