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The Termite Squad By Michael Konik
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The Termite Squad is America's secret political assassination program, transforming hospice-bound elderly women into suicide bombers. "The Termite Squad: My Official and Authentic... More > Report," is the unauthorized first-person account of Joan Galt, 28, the first woman under the age of 100 to join The Termite Squad.< Less
The Termite Squad - Electronic By Michael Konik
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The Termite Squad is America's secret political assassination program, transforming hospicebound elderly women into suicide bombers. "The Termite Squad: My Official and Authentic Report,"... More > is the unauthorized first-person account of Joan Galt, 28, the first woman under the age of 100 to join The Termite Squad.< Less
The Reestablishment Project: Quantal Aspects of Liberty Integral to American Resurrection By Mark Weiss
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As much a serious philosophical treatise on the Fundamental Reestablishment of America predicated upon strict defense of the inalienable rights of our citizens as it is a passionate example of civic... More > testimony in the face of burgeoning threats to our personal liberty--with a good deal of comic relief thrown in for good measure--this book’s capstone is a highly-challenging proposed Declaration of Reestablishment of the United States of America, prospectively dated April 15, 2020. Taking a multidisciplinary approach to national recovery, this ground-breaking work is the result of more than a decade-long period of extended meditation on the nature of our nation’s past, present, and potential future. With the aid of correspondence with world-class thinkers, as well as extensive personal narrative, the author explains how, over a thirty-year period, he ceased pursuit of communal life in favor of full-bodied freedom as a dedicated militant libertarian.< Less
The Reestablishment Project: Quantal Aspects of Liberty Integral to American Resurrection By Mark Weiss
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As much a serious philosophical treatise on the Fundamental Reestablishment of America predicated upon strict defense of the inalienable rights of our citizens as it is a passionate example of civic... More > testimony in the face of burgeoning threats to our personal liberty--with a good deal of comic relief thrown in for good measure--this book’s capstone is a highly-challenging proposed Declaration of Reestablishment of the United States of America, prospectively dated April 15, 2020. Taking a multidisciplinary approach to national recovery, this ground-breaking work is the result of more than a decade-long period of extended meditation on the nature of our nation’s past, present, and potential future. With the aid of correspondence with world-class thinkers, as well as extensive personal narrative, the author explains how, over a thirty-year period, he ceased pursuit of communal life in favor of full-bodied freedom as a dedicated militant libertarian.< Less
A Musician’s Paradox: The Ups, Downs, and Ebb and Flow of Being a Pensive Musician By Ty Kiernan
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Being a musician can often be a paradoxical experience. On the one hand, playing music is a transcendent, uplifting experience that can take the musician to almost otherworldly heights. Yet on the... More > other, the rhythmic connection of musician, to music, to other musicians can be deeply and profoundly grounding. As both transcendent and grounding, personal yet communal, playing music seems to touch on the supernatural and can be both a boon and a burden for the musician. In A Musician’s Paradox—The Ups, Downs, and Ebb and Flow of Being a Pensive Musician, author and lifelong working musician Ty Kiernan explores the intersection of music and philosophy with a series of philosophical discussions on life, human behavior, music, faith, relationships, and the connection between musician and instrument...< Less
Glue Works By Bruce Nyland
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“Glue Works” is a practical values and ethics workbook. The main objectives are to moderate antisocial behavior and to promote a sense of communal citizenship. A series of challenging... More > tasks are set in relevant contexts to facilitate these objectives and an assessment regime is included to measure program efficacy. Whilst the program is best suited to juvenile justice settings it could easily be adapted to meet other institutional purposes.< Less
The Paleo Perspective: The Plight of Prehistoric Man in Modern Times By Bob DeCo
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Is there a “caveman” buried deep inside each of us—one that we refuse to recognize? Do we have Paleolithic instincts and urgings? How much of our behavior is a vestige from our... More > hunter-gatherer past? Man does in fact have an ancient, Paleolithic genetic design. Indeed, human nature hasn’t changed in roughly the last 200,000 years—but human society has changed drastically. Humans were designed to live in small communal groupings. The further away from this primitive setting that we find ourselves, the less likely it is that our genetically governed instincts will adequately serve us. Our deep-seated primitive instincts are ever-lurking in the background, obscured and obfuscated by the pervasiveness of modern civilization—but extremely relevant nonetheless. By ignoring our Paleolithic design we fail to comprehend the nature of our modern predicament.< Less
The Paleo Perspective: The Plight of Prehistoric Man In Modern Times By Bob DeCo
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Is there a “caveman” buried deep inside each of us—one that we refuse to recognize? Do we have Paleolithic instincts and urgings? How much of our behavior is a vestige from our... More > hunter-gatherer past? Man does in fact have an ancient, Paleolithic genetic design. Indeed, human nature hasn’t changed in roughly the last 200,000 years—but human society has changed drastically. Humans were designed to live in small communal groupings. The further away from this primitive setting that we find ourselves, the less likely it is that our genetically governed instincts will adequately serve us. Our deep-seated primitive instincts are ever-lurking in the background, obscured and obfuscated by the pervasiveness of modern civilization—but extremely relevant nonetheless. By ignoring our Paleolithic design we fail to comprehend the nature of our modern predicament.< Less