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I Am The Winner: A Presidential Autobiography of Donald J. Trump By Knox Paulson
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Donald J. Trump, President of the United States of America, came to power in January 2017 after defeating opponent Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election. His online public diary on Twitter describes... More > his daily thoughts about political happenings, opinions, and plans. He tells of misdeeds by Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and call out the Fake News. If you ever wanted to really get to know the president, this is the book to read. Here is the president's story in his own words, gathered from his Twitter account and presented in a single narrative. It provides an intimate portrait of a president hard at work protecting the country from immigrants, getting the country out of bad treaties, and fighting back against so-called "global warming" climate scientists.< 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
A Tale Of Two Brothers (trade hardcover) By Dave Burgess
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In 2007, when Keith Kakugawa found himself on the streets of Downtown LA, fresh out of prison, he reached out to his high school friend, Senator Barack Obama. Unfortunately, he was portrayed as a... More > saboteur by a member of the Presidential election campaign. Though Keith felt left out to dry at a time when he could have used a hand up, he has remained faithful to his friend. Keith was known simply as "Ray" in Obama's book "Dreams From My Father." In the absence of Barack's father, and without any strong Black role models in his life, Barack forged a tight bond with Ray. Having lived in LA before Honolulu, Ray was an authentic example of the Black experience. For Barack, it was a time of exploration and reflection, of discovery about what it meant to be Black. Keith was also a big brother role model to Barack, during his search for identity and quest to be a man. One brother used that time of sharing toward becoming the President of the US, while the other took turns to becoming a convicted felon.< Less
A Tale Of Two Brothers (trade softcover) By Dave Burgess
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In 2007, when Keith Kakugawa found himself on the streets of Downtown LA, fresh out of prison, he reached out to his high school friend, Senator Barack Obama. Unfortunately, he was portrayed as a... More > saboteur by a member of the Presidential election campaign. Though Keith felt left out to dry at a time when he could have used a hand up, he has remained faithful to his friend. Keith was known simply as "Ray" in Obama's book "Dreams From My Father." In the absence of Barack's father, and without any strong Black role models in his life, Barack forged a tight bond with Ray. Having lived in LA before Honolulu, Ray was an authentic example of the Black experience. For Barack, it was a time of exploration and reflection, of discovery about what it meant to be Black. Keith was also a big brother role model to Barack, during his search for identity and quest to be a man. One brother used that time of sharing toward becoming the President of the US, while the other took turns to becoming a convicted felon.< Less
A Tale Of Two Brothers (trade softcover) By Dave Burgess
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In 2007, when Keith Kakugawa found himself on the streets of Downtown LA, fresh out of prison, he reached out to his high school friend, Senator Barack Obama. Unfortunately, he was portrayed as a... More > saboteur by a member of the Presidential election campaign. Though Keith felt left out to dry at a time when he could have used a hand up, he has remained faithful to his friend. Keith was known simply as "Ray" in Obama's book "Dreams From My Father." In the absence of Barack's father, and without any strong Black role models in his life, Barack forged a tight bond with Ray. Having lived in LA before Honolulu, Ray was an authentic example of the Black experience. For Barack, it was a time of exploration and reflection, of discovery about what it meant to be Black. Keith was also a big brother role model to Barack, during his search for identity and quest to be a man. One brother used that time of sharing toward becoming the President of the US, while the other took turns to becoming a convicted felon.< Less
Stu! Your Hair's on Fire! By Paul L. Allen & Peter M. Pegnam
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What you won't find in this book: Obama's birth certificate, secrets of the crop circles, how to grow hair without Rogaine, the word "cleavage," plans to replace fossil fuel with... More > gerbil-powered exercise wheels, nor the whereabouts of D.B. Cooper. What you will find, however, are the denizens and doings of the Tucson Citizen, Arizona's oldest, continuously published newspaper, as witnessed during the authors' combined 59 years employment there. Drinkers and bible-beaters, curmudgeons and do-gooders, scofflaws and weirdies -- many talented, all interesting, some unforgettable. A personal friend of Walt Diseny, a "pickaxe cop killer," a CIA-hounded woman who claimed she could move objects with her facial muscles. Animals? Sure -- a chicken-hearted tic-tac-toe hustler. A lizard with a custom-crafted L.L. Bean wardrobe. A talking dog. Plus, corporate bumbling that brought about the Citizen's demise. As a bonus, you'll receive an explanation of the title of this book! Heck, it just don't get much better'n that.< Less
Stu! Your Hair's on Fire! By Paul L. Allen & Peter M. Pegnam
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What you won't find in this book: Obama's birth certificate, secrets of the crop circles, how to grow hair without Rogaine, the word "cleavage," plans to replace fossil fuel with... More > gerbil-powered exercise wheels, nor the whereabouts of D.B. Cooper. What you will find, however, are the denizens and doings of the Tucson Citizen, Arizona's oldest, continuously published newspaper, as witnessed during the authors' combined 59 years employment there. Drinkers and bible-beaters, curmudgeons and do-gooders, scofflaws and weirdies -- many talented, all interesting, some unforgettable. A personal friend of Walt Diseny, a "pickaxe cop killer," a CIA-hounded woman who claimed she could move objects with her facial muscles. Animals? Sure -- a chicken-hearted tic-tac-toe hustler. A lizard with a custom-crafted L.L. Bean wardrobe. A talking dog. Plus, corporate bumbling that brought about the Citizen's demise. As a bonus, you'll receive an explanation of the title of this book! Heck, it just don't get much better'n that.< Less
Found A.W: By Spiritual Special Forces Christian Undercover Teams By Chris McKay & ANOINTED WARRIOR
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This Picture book contains a mystery that is ready to be unveiled shall you allow for Heaven to show and reveal unto you some things in these endtimes that have been hidden but are now being exposed... More > for such a time as this! Has many photos of the Vice Presidential Towel with the ID tag of TW50 920606. Some pictures also contain what appears to be feces and or body fluids of a president or people in Government that made a covenant agreement way back in the day as to prepare for the future anti-christ to emerge via the now current President Obama... I give permission for this book or however many copies of books will be needed to be used in the courts shall it ever come down to that in the days to come... I also included things that have been written on my facebook and twitter page about many things in connection to this Vice Presidential towel... God Bless< Less
Perfect Trap By Turnin A. Hausround
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This is a MUST read book before the 2012 elections to fully understand the Bottom Line and the "Why of the Why" of what the candidates and the party spokes persons may say before the... More > election on 11/6/12. However, it is an even greater MUST READ after the election, regardless of the the winner and particularly if the GOP should happen to prevail. This book will absolutely either explain the severe BUYER'S REMORSE that you will be experiencing or inform you about the CATASTROPHY THAT YOU MAY HAVE JUST NARROWLY AVOIDED! Too often, we learn too little too late - at a point when the catastrophic results are now IRREVERSIBLE and the buyers remorse is extremely painful! Boy, don't you wish you had known what was in this book at a time the Horrible Catastrophy could have been avoided by a simple process of: NEVER EVER VOTING FOR A REPUBLICAN EVER, EVER AGAIN! FOREVER!< Less
Black Battle: A Negro's Claiming Poetry By MAURICE DIANAB SAMB
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This work is an autobiography of the author and the cry of many years of suffering of a people: Black people. Centuries suffering through colonialism, slavery, racism, exploitation of Africa and its... More > resources, leaving the continent poor and submerged in wars. Her best sons murdered by the interests of a small group of people. Despite being the cradle of civilization, Africa has experienced an unlimited tragedy and so have its children. But as the night passes, the next day comes and the sun rises and the bright light shines, so too, Africa and the black people seek to change the page of the shadow history to live a new era. An era of progress, democracy, vitality of the youths, fair trade, etc. For this, it would be good to remember the heroes of the past so as not to forget history and know how to live the present. That's what the book is about. Sing and claim the role of the Black Man and his dignity.< Less

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