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The Politically Incorrect Joke Book By Jay Councilman
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A decidedly ADULT look at the phenomenon that is political correctness. Jokes, riddles, definitions, and more saliently mock political correctness as it has never been mocked before, yet how it has... More > always deserved to be mocked.< Less
The Politically Incorrect Joke Book By Jay Councilman
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A decidedly ADULT look at the phenomenon that is political correctness. Jokes, riddles, definitions, and more saliently mock political correctness as it has never been mocked before, yet how it has... More > always deserved to be mocked.< Less
Politically Incorrect Poetry By c. a. lindsay
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C.A. Lindsay's eleventh book contains a bold, humorous, and defiant poetic hurricane blast against the weakness and hypocrisy of today's lobbyist-controlled, mass-media-befuddled, socially-networked... More > culture. No corner of the America political and social scene is left neglected. These include the unvarnished truth regarding the economic massacre of the United States middle class, contrived water shortages, oppressive restrictions on free enterprise and hiring, and constant manipulated crises used as excuses to crush individual freedom - and fund ever-growing monstrous bureaucracies. Neither is the American dilapidated public school system, which squashes individuality and initiative while rendering US children incapable of functioning in society, left alone to wallow in its overpriced bloated bureaucracy as Lindsay hurls her poetic missiles.< Less
Illustrated Guide for the Politically Incorrect By J. Beverly Greene
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This book is available in paperback and eBook. In these times, it's important to be informed. With the mainstream press and medias not to be trusted, this is a simple guide to where the truth lies on... More > the political landscape with articles by Alex Jones, Paul Joseph Watson, David Icke, Michael Hastings, Snowden, etc.< Less
Illustrated Guide for the Politically Incorrect 2014 By J. Beverly Greene
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This is the second in a series, chronicling the year of 2014 with events and background explaining where this is taking us. 214 original illustrations with another 70 plus photos and illustrations... More > from others. The need to become aware of what's happening and why in our world is more critical every day as we are swamped in an avalanche of issues. From Ebola and health issues to Bilderberg and Obama, we satirize the people and groups that work to bring us into their New World Order. The solution is simple to change the direction, get informed and inform others and get your own life right first. I'm pointing out some ways to do that here. The reading is as easy as it gets with issues boiled down to the meat and bones. This makes a perfect Christmas gift to give your loved ones too. Happy holidays!< Less
POEMS OF PROPHECY (And Other Politically Incorrect Verses) By Ian Michaels
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A politically incorrect, unapologetically cutting, passionately profound and powerfully prophetic collection of lyrics.
PIBH - Politically Incorrect and Brutally Honest Reflections By Linsay Seitz
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A politically incorrect look at our society. Rattling society's foundations, Linsay Seitz asks you to re-evaluate your long held beliefs and values in this easy to read philosophical book.
Bias Incident: The World’s Most Politically Incorrect Novel By Ari Mendelson
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Lured by brochures promising unlimited intellectual freedom, Jeff Jackson arrives at Tinsley College, eager to experience college life. He does not know that the freedom he has been promised is in... More > short supply at Tinsley, a college so dedicated to leftist ideals that the administration changed the name of the anthropology department to “anthrogynology” to make the name more “gender inclusive.” Not realizing that there are just some questions one does not ask on a college campus, Jeff submits an essay outlining his provocative theories about happiness and sexuality. Professor Tarlton is not the only one furious at Jeff for his lack of devotion to leftism. Calling himself a “pomosexual” and believing Jeff to be not only a homophobe, but a “pomophobe” as well, Carl Fitzgerald begins a feud with Jeff. In a college obsessed with political correctness, a clash between the writer of a “homophobic” essay and the “pomosexual” victim of a prank can only end one way: with a showdown in a campus courtroom.< Less
Illustrated Guide for the Politically Incorrect 2015 Part One By J. Beverly Greene
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This is the third installment in this regular yearly periodical covering all of the main stories of politics and worldwide agendas in health, eugenics, economics, and especially war and political... More > leadership. This is as basic as it gets and as layman ready reading as you're going to find to get yourself up to date with where we're at in the world at this point. It's referenced and gives links to news articles and videos that deal with these subjects in full. It quotes famous people and journalist describing the trouble we're in and gives solutions for these ills. At the same time it's heavily illustrated and full of satire and wit trying to disseminate these dark subjects of the coming world government and their plans for subjugating us all. You can also refer to the two previous volumes of the same title on lulu.com This is the first part of a larger book that I'm putting out now due to the urgency of the time.< Less
Illustrated Guide for the Politically Incorrect 2016 Part One By J. Beverly Greene
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74,000 words and well over 100 original illustrations. give the PDF file to your friends. get informed with what's happening and why! join the infowar! the fourth year i've been doing these books.... More > they just get better. read what professional journalist, Alex Newman of World Net Daily & The New American said: "-Very witty, entertaining, insightful commentary on the events of the day. One doesn't need to agree with everything in it to enjoy it and learn something--or many somethings. Lots of funny stuff! A lot of obscure information too that even the alternative media has not talked much about but that should be known. John has done a great job gathering news and info and putting it together in a fun-to-read manner." –Alex Newman, The New American< Less