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lev-er-ij a novel (softcover) By Paul Kevin Wood
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Benjamin and Stephen learn they may be able to turn their Domestic Partnership into an actual legal marriage. That is, unless the Mormons get their way as they pour millions into California’s... More > Proposition 8 to block gay marriage. Meanwhile, our Christian-Jewish couple attempts to buy a home for children they hope to adopt. Despite the collapse of the housing bubble and saving prodigiously, they find it is impossible to avoid overpaying for a home. Making matters worse are lenders who refuse to approve what every home now requires: a “short sale.” Benjamin’s brother, James, manager of a “start-up” mortgage outfit in Nevada, doesn’t have any of these compunctions as he borrows and leverages homes, boats, and cars. James’ wife puts up with his extravagance and immature ego, until the odds finally catch up with the Las Vegas housing market. James ends up divorced and wants what everyone else in Obama’s America wants. . . a “bailout” with money from people like Benjamin and Stephen.< Less
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Benjamin and Stephen learn they may be able to turn their Domestic Partnership into an actual legal marriage. That is, unless the Mormons get their way as they pour millions into California’s... More > Proposition 8 to block gay marriage. Meanwhile, our Christian-Jewish couple attempts to buy a home for children they hope to adopt. Despite the collapse of the housing bubble and saving prodigiously, they find it is impossible to avoid overpaying for a home. Making matters worse are lenders who refuse to approve what every home now requires: a “short sale.” Benjamin’s brother, James, manager of a “start-up” mortgage outfit in Nevada, doesn’t have any of these compunctions as he borrows and leverages homes, boats, and cars. James’ wife puts up with his extravagance and immature ego, until the odds finally catch up with the Las Vegas housing market. James ends up divorced and wants what everyone else in Obama’s America wants. . . a “bailout” with money from people like Benjamin and Stephen.< Less
lev-er-ij a novel By Paul Kevin Wood
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Benjamin and Stephen learn they may be able to turn their Domestic Partnership into an actual legal marriage. That is, unless the Mormons get their way as they pour millions into California’s... More > Proposition 8 to block gay marriage. Meanwhile, our Christian-Jewish couple attempts to buy a home for children they hope to adopt. Despite the collapse of the housing bubble and saving prodigiously, they find it is impossible to avoid overpaying for a home. Making matters worse are lenders who refuse to approve what every home now requires: a “short sale.” Benjamin’s brother, James, manager of a “start-up” mortgage outfit in Nevada, doesn’t have any of these compunctions as he borrows and leverages homes, boats, and cars. James’ wife puts up with his extravagance and immature ego, until the odds finally catch up with the Las Vegas housing market. James ends up divorced and wants what everyone else in Obama’s America wants. . . a “bailout” with money from people like Benjamin and Stephen.< Less
lev-er-ij a novel (softcover) By Paul Kevin Wood
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Benjamin and Stephen learn they may be able to turn their Domestic Partnership into an actual legal marriage. That is, unless the Mormons get their way as they pour millions into California’s... More > Proposition 8 to block gay marriage. Meanwhile, our Christian-Jewish couple attempts to buy a home for children they hope to adopt. Despite the collapse of the housing bubble and saving prodigiously, they find it is impossible to avoid overpaying for a home. Making matters worse are lenders who refuse to approve what every home now requires: a “short sale.” Benjamin’s brother, James, manager of a “start-up” mortgage outfit in Nevada, doesn’t have any of these compunctions as he borrows and leverages homes, boats, and cars. James’ wife puts up with his extravagance and immature ego, until the odds finally catch up with the Las Vegas housing market. James ends up divorced and wants what everyone else in Obama’s America wants. . . a “bailout” with money from people like Benjamin and Stephen.< Less
Human By Sean Spriggs
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The Human Book exists as an argument against the passing of Prop. 8 in California to ban gay marriage. It uses design and storytelling to make this argument. This book's profits will help aid future... More > equal rights projects like this.< Less
Human By Sean Spriggs
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The Human Book exists as an argument against the passing of Prop. 8 in California to ban gay marriage. It uses design and storytelling to make this argument. This book's profits will help aid future... More > equal rights projects like this.< Less
Waking Up In The Great Recession Mormon Desert By Sheryl Karas
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Following a series of recession-related mishaps, an adventurous spiritual counseling and healing team moves from the beautiful New Age, ultra-progressive town of Santa Cruz, CA to the eastern Arizona... More > desert. The timing is immediately after the election of Barack Obama and the passage of Proposition 8 and they inadvertently find themselves in an ultra-conservative Republican Mormon community. The result is at turns poignant and funny and leads to a spiritual wake-up call that shows the importance of connecting the political and the personal in our daily lives. This book might be described as Michael Moore meets Deepak Chopra if the story was told by a female blogger like Julie Powell (Julie, Julia). The book touches on issues millions of Americans have been going through—losing a job, a business, a home. But it is also about choosing to live a creative, purpose-driven life, being guided by faith, and finding one's voice in a world that calls out for an end to polarity, injustice and hate.< Less
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Benjamin & Stephen are already Registered Domestic Partners when they are given the legal right to marry in California. They do so, only to find that well-heeled religious groups will do... More > anything to unravel their union. And despite the fact Benjamin is a lawyer, they find they can’t actually afford the detached home they need to start a family. On the other hand, Benjamin’s brother James seems to have no trouble borrowing to buy homes and whatever else he wants, as he works for a rapidly-growing mortgage brokerage. That is, until James finds his life and finances de-leveraging rapidly.< Less
Waking Up In The Great Recession Mormon Desert By Sheryl Karas
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Following a series of recession-related mishaps, an adventurous spiritual counseling and healing team moves from the beautiful New Age, ultra-progressive town of Santa Cruz, CA to the eastern Arizona... More > desert. The timing is immediately after the election of Barack Obama and the passage of Proposition 8 and they inadvertently find themselves in an ultra-conservative Republican Mormon community. The result is at turns poignant and funny and leads to a spiritual wake-up call that shows the importance of connecting the political and the personal in our daily lives. This book might be described as Michael Moore meets Deepak Chopra if the story was told by a female blogger like Julie Powell (Julie, Julia). The book touches on issues millions of Americans have been going through—losing a job, a business, a home. But it is also about choosing to live a creative, purpose-driven life, being guided by faith, and finding one's voice in a world that calls out for an end to polarity, injustice and hate.< Less
The Constitution Hanging by a Thread By Brian Terrill
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The Constitution was created to give law to the law makers, to tell them what they could not touch...The reason for the title of this book is simple, of all the people who I have discussed... More > Constitutional issues with, the people who have not read it at all, and/or have an utter disregard for it, the people who are more inclined to argue that the Constitution is an old document subject to interpretation, or is too old to be relevant in our day, have been state and federal workers. Those who have sworn an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States. When those who have sworn themselves to uphold the Constitution don’t even know what it says, it’s hanging by a thread, and it is now up to the American people to sow it back together again.< Less