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Random Acts of Patriotism By Bernard Kane
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A photographic book that looks at the often illogical, many times disrespectful and sometimes humorous ways in which people display the national symbol in a time of extended war.
FORT U.S.A.; If I Were President Volume One By E. Lathan Hudson
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"Fort U.S.A." is opinion from E. Lathan Hudson, an educated patriot. He's tired of seeing American citizens take a back seat to the political agenda in Washington, D.C. Hudson has taken... More > the bull by the horns. His answers are to the point, with no prisoners taken. No amnesty, no corporate buy-outs, no threats from our enemies. There is an answer here for all our problems. Read this book and consider the alternatives.< Less
FORT U.S.A.; If I Were President Volume One By E. Lathan Hudson
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"Fort U.S.A." is opinion from E. Lathan Hudson, an educated patriot. He's tired of seeing American citizens take a back seat to the political agenda in Washington, D.C. Hudson has taken... More > the bull by the horns. His answers are to the point, with no prisoners taken. No amnesty, no corporate buy-outs, no threats from our enemies. There is an answer here for all our problems. Read this book and consider the alternatives.< Less
FORT U.S.A.: If I Were President Volume 1 - Second Edition By E. Lathan Hudson
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"Fort U.S.A." is the black and white version of Volume 1. It is opinion from E. Lathan Hudson, an educated patriot. He's tired of seeing American citizens take a back seat to the political... More > agenda in Washington, D.C. Hudson has taken the bull by the horns. His answers are to the point, with no prisoners taken. No amnesty, no corporate buy-outs, no threats from our enemies. There is an answer here for all our problems. Read this book and consider the alternatives.< Less
FORT U.S.A.; If I Were President Volume 1 Second Edition By E. Lathan Hudson
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"Fort U.S.A." is the black and white interior version of Volume 1. It is opinion from E. Lathan Hudson, an educated patriot. He's tired of seeing American citizens take a back seat to the... More > political agenda in Washington, D.C. Hudson has taken the bull by the horns. His answers are to the point, with no prisoners taken. No amnesty, no corporate buy-outs, no threats from our enemies. There is an answer here for all our problems. Read this book and consider the alternatives.< Less
Threefold Now By Travis Henry
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Threefold Now offers illustrations of a Tri-Sector future, where we change our Nation-States into Threefold Societies. This volume displays three flags for each country in the world—an Economic... More > flag, a Political flag, and a Cultural flag. A key feature is the Separation of Nation and State. The Nations are divested as Cultural Organizations which operate freely across Political borders. Further depictions are displayed at our website: https://sites.google.com/site/threefoldnow< Less
Jews in the Great War: Family Histories Retold By Lois Ogilby Rosen
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This black and white edition is a collection of stories, photos and documents that began as a World War I exhibit displayed at the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies... More > conference held in Salt Lake City in July 2014. The 37 stories in this volume recount the lives of Jewish men and women who lived and served around the world during the war. Their flags and uniforms differed, but their heritage was shared. Lois Ogilby Rosen, of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles, curated the exhibit and edited this volume.< Less
Race of Truth By Davon Works
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It was just another morning for New York City’s private investigator Dan Race when his phone rings. On the other end of the line is Jeff Barclay, Race’s boss, informing him of a new... More > assignment. Why does it seem like the cold weather makes people go mad? That’s the question Race asks himself when he stares at what appears to be the gory scene of a murdered teenage girl. Most of the evidence is there, but there is just one problem: where is the body? The fact that you have a brutal scene displayed in front of you like Christmas decorations in an upper-middle class family’s home sparks red flags for the PI. Now, he has to use his investigative skills to solve a case that grows more complicated by the moment. As the case draws on, Race will discover the twisted secrets that are tied into this girl’s supposed death. Secrets that people would kill to have it remain just that.< Less
They insert a (digitally painted) image of an (untitled) ‘abstract expressionist’ painting onto page 17 (out of 32 un-numbered pages including the Title page)... By Todd Van Buskirk
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A Duchamp readymade, a Picasso still life, a Jasper Johns flag, a Judd stack — these works were all but inaccessible in a small city in Minnesota. For Todd Van Buskirk the... More > “originals” only ever existed as copies, poor reproductions in textbooks and magazines. Van Buskirk's experience with visual art are with those traditional exhibition catalogues, those weighty tomes with four-color images of the works, newly commissioned scholarly essays, a list of lenders and all the other usual components. Book-sized exhibition catalogues in the West typically have a colour photograph of every item on display. There will be a short formal catalogue description of each item, and usually interpretative text often amounting to one or more pages. The creative process in traditional and digital painting is more or less the same but when the digital artist is done there is nothing to hang on a wall. The painting is on the hard disk of a computer.< Less
The Dreadnought of the Air By Percy F. Westerman
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IT was Thursday afternoon—Make and Mend Clothes Day as it is known in the Royal Navy. H.M.S. "Royal Oak," a Super-Dreadnought now relegated to the second class, lay at moorings off... More > Singapore. Two cables' length ahead of her swung her sister ship the "Repulse," flying the flag of Admiral Maynebrace commanding the Special Squadron, now on a cruise round the world in order to display the White Ensign in foreign waters as a gentle reminder to petty potentates that the British Lion's tail could not be twisted with impunity. The heat was terrific. The sun's scorching rays beat down with relentless violence upon the white awnings that shrouded the warships from bow to stern. The glare, reflected from the oily sea, seemed to penetrate everywhere on board in spite of electric fans and the latest type of ventilators. Officers and men, used though they were to the heat of the Tropics, were reduced to a state of perspiring listlessness.< Less