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On The Wrong Side Of Just About Everything But Right About It All

Author : Dale P. Crowley
ISBN : 9781597816700
Genre : Religion
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"The pages of this book contain incontrovertible proof that our Lord was crucified and buried on Wednesday, not Friday; that those "left behind" are God's people, not the wicked; that America's heritage is Christian, not Judeo-Christian; that Israel-first Scofield dispensationalism is unbiblical and dangerous; that the invasion and occupation of Iraq was a terrible mistake; and that many other myths, dogmas, shibboleths and deceptions of Christianity today should be discarded and replaced by truth. These controversial and sometime explosive issues are dealt with by the author carefully, thoroughly, courageously, and biblically. The astonishing thing about these studies and commentaries is that they were actually broadcast, since 1979, on the Washington, D.C. region's oldest and most influential Christian radio station, WFAX 1220"--Page [4] Cover.

Moving In The Wrong Direction

Author : Bruce Campbell
ISBN : IND:30000045609439
Genre : Canada
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Scientific American

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ISBN : UVA:X001601384
Genre : Science
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America S Competitive Secret

Author : Judy B. Rosener
ISBN : 0195119142
Genre : Political Science
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The USA has a number of educated, experienced, professional women ready and willing to move into the boardrooms and executive suites of corporate America. The author of this text argues that they are America's competitive secret.

Public Papers Of The Presidents Of The United States

Author : United States. President
ISBN : HARVARD:32044121176903
Genre : Presidents
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"Containing the public messages, speeches, and statements of the President", 1956-1992.

We The People

Author : Richard McKenzie Neal
ISBN : 9781452060316
Genre : Political Science
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Political correctness appears innocuous enough until one truly looks at the ripple effect created by today's manipulative players looking for an advantage. Political correctness is a lie because saying it isn't so, doesn't change the facts...the facts are that pigs don't fly and life "ain't" fair! This charade has become so ingrained in our culture today that no one is willing to call it what it is; a facade for a culture of entitlement based on denial and rejection of responsibility. While political correctness has been solidifying its place in our lives for some time now, it has recently been joined by its natural adjunct partner...socialism. Our current administration has decided it knows what's best for us in spite of a majority of voters expressing an opposing opinion. But my real fear is that his agenda and ambitions are going to destroy America... Obama is not the first president with a large streak of narcissism. But the others had equally expansive feelings about their country. He epitomizes today's "me" culture with their "it's not my fault" mentality supported by their entitlement attitude. He is the embodiment of everything that is "wrong" with America today...he is the maestro of the blame-game (mistakes will be made, but others can be blamed). We have misplaced our traditional values while buying into the liberal's progressive mindset. Our losses have been mounting for decades and the accumulative consequences are coming to bear. The list is endless: common sense, common courtesies, responsibility, accountability, integrity, family values, love of country...and God. I'm not suggesting he caused this decline in America's moral values; but I would suggest his radical vision for America...and beyond, is to take what we see today to the next level. From his distorted perspective he is myopically focused on shepherding us to what's "right" for America.

America S Best School Teachers And Principals

Author : United States
ISBN : PSU:000019273402
Genre : Education and state
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American Jurisprudence

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ISBN : UCAL:B3699452
Genre : Law
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The Road Not Taken Edward Lansdale And The American Tragedy In Vietnam

Author : Max Boot
ISBN : 9780871409430
Genre : History
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Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize (Biography) A New York Times bestseller, this “epic and elegant” biography (Wall Street Journal) profoundly recasts our understanding of the Vietnam War. Praised as a “superb scholarly achievement” (Foreign Policy), The Road Not Taken confirms Max Boot’s role as a “master chronicler” (Washington Times) of American military affairs. Through dozens of interviews and never-before-seen documents, Boot rescues Edward Lansdale (1908–1987) from historical ignominy to “restore a sense of proportion” to this “political Svengali, or ‘Lawrence of Asia’ ”(The New Yorker). Boot demonstrates how Lansdale, the man said to be the fictional model for Graham Greene’s The Quiet American, pioneered a “hearts and minds” diplomacy, first in the Philippines and then in Vietnam. Bringing a tragic complexity to Lansdale and a nuanced analysis to his visionary foreign policy, Boot suggests Vietnam could have been different had we only listened. With contemporary reverberations in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria, The Road Not Taken is a “judicious and absorbing” (New York Times Book Review) biography of lasting historical consequence.

The Routledge Dictionary Of Modern American Slang And Unconventional English

Author : Tom Dalzell
ISBN : 9781134194780
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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The Routledge Dictionary of Modern American Slang and Unconventional English offers the ultimate record of modern American Slang. The 25,000 entries are accompanied by citations that authenticate the words as well as offer lively examples of usage from popular literature, newspapers, magazines, movies, television shows, musical lyrics, and Internet user groups. Etymology, cultural context, country of origin and the date the word was first used are also provided. This informative, entertaining and sometimes shocking dictionary is an unbeatable resource for all language aficionados out there.

How To Do Things Right

Author : L. Rust Hills
ISBN : 0879239697
Genre : Humor
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Obsessively-detailed, and very funny, instructions on nearly everything in life you are very possibly doing all wrong. Help is here! From how to eat an ice-cream cone to developing "principles" when you have none, the author's mission is to elevate, and ennoble, those fleeting instincts we all harbor to get our lives in order. "Hills is preoccupied primarily with the little things," Nora Ephron wrote in the New York Times"and he writes about them deliciously." This volume includes three titles previously published individually: How To Do Things Right, How to Retire at 41, and How to Be Good. They have been edited, revised and combined into one volume and the contents will have you laughing out loud, thinking hard, and at least temporarily rearranging your frazzled life. Hills is wise, witty, and very, very funny. But behind the humor, Hills remains a deeply sage and serious writer. This is his best advice, from years of experience, served up from the heart of one of the most charming humorists to grace the American scene.

Spoiled Brats

Author : Simon Rich
ISBN : 9781782830801
Genre : Fiction
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Having skewered the problems of falling in and out of love in The Last Girlfriend on Earth, Simon Rich's next book is another subject we can all relate to: parents and their kids. From the perils of raising an actual monster in Manhattan - it's pretty hard to find teachers who really understand the talents of a five-year-old with horns and a taste for blood - to Sell Out, the story of Simon's ancestor, returned to life decades after an industrial accident involving pickling brine, these stories are inventive, witty and sometimes a bit too much like real life.

Contemporary Psychoanalysis In America

Author : Arnold M. Cooper
ISBN : 9781585626816
Genre : Medical
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This book is a unique and superb gateway to current psychoanalytic thinking. Thirty of America's foremost psychoanalysts -- leaders in defining the current pluralistic state of the profession -- have each presented what they consider to be their most significant contribution to the field. No mere anthology, these are the key writings that underlie current discussions of psychoanalytic theory and technique. The chapters cover contemporary ideas of intersubjectivity, object relations theory, self psychology, relational psychoanalysis, hermeneutics, clinical technique, changing concepts of unconscious, empirical research, infant observation, gender and sexuality, and more. While the differences in point of view are profound, there is also a striking coherence on some core issues. Each of the contributions features an introduction by the volume editor and a note by the author explaining the rationale for its selection. The brilliant introduction by Peter Fonagy provides an overview and places each author in the context of contemporary psychoanalysis. A list of the authors may convey the astonishing breadth of this volume:Brenner, Bromberg, Busch, Chodorow, Cooper, Emde, Friedman, Gabbard, Goldberg, Greenberg, Grossman, Hoffman, Jacobs, Kantrowitz, Kernberg, Levenson, Luborsky, Michels, Ogden, Ornstein, Person, Pine, Renik, Schafer, Schwaber, Shapiro, Smith, Stern, Stolorow, Wallerstein This is a "best of the best" volume -- cutting-edge writing, highly accessible and studded with vivid clinical illustrations. Anyone wishing to acquire a comprehensive, authoritative, readily accessible -- even entertaining -- guide to American psychoanalytic thinking will find their goal fulfilled in this monumental collection.

America S Working Man

Author : David Halle
ISBN : 9780226229362
Genre : Political Science
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“An unusually deep and wide-ranging study” by a sociologist who spent years listening to and living among workers at a New Jersey chemical plant (Journal of American Studies). Over a period of six years during the late 1970s, at factory and warehouse, at the tavern across the road, in their homes and union meetings, on fishing trips and social outings, David Halle talked and listened to workers of an automated chemical plant in New Jersey’s industrial heartland—white, male, and mostly Catholic. He has emerged with an unusually comprehensive and convincingly realistic picture of blue-collar life in America during this era. Throughout the book, Halle illustrates his analysis with excerpts of workers’ views on everything from strikes, class consciousness, politics, job security, and toxic chemicals to marriage, betting on horses, God, home-ownership, drinking, adultery, the Super Bowl, and life after death. Halle challenges the stereotypes of the blue-collar mentality and provides a detailed, in-depth portrait of one community of workers at a time when it was relatively affluent and secure. “Absorbing reading.”—Business Week

Thoughts Of An American Taxpayer

Author : G. Williamson
ISBN : 9781450079938
Genre : Political Science
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This book was written to expose our Politicians and Media for the Low Life Skum that they are with thoughts, emails, quotes and outside sources to provide information. I have not confirmed the stories or emails in the book but believe a lot of the information should have been investigated and/or exposed. Most of our politicians (mostly Democrats) and what I refer to as the Chavez-Obama Media no longer care about our Constitution, our Economy, our Businesses, our Families and will use whatever means possible to destroy our country as we know and love it and the American People. All they care about is their personal agendas and paying off their political debts to assist the Unions and expand the government while making the United States of America weak.

Women Poets And The American Sublime

Author : Joanne Feit Diehl
ISBN : 025331741X
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"This is the best book on American women poets I have yet seen."Â —American Literature "... sophisticated and eloquently argued analysis of a female counter-sublime... " —Sandra Gilbert "... strong readings of Dickinson and Moore and... a vital polemic on behalf of feminist criticism." —Harold Bloom "This brilliant re-evaluation of major American women poets will be indispensable reading... A stunning and a magisterial achievement." —Susan Gubar "... a powerful thesis... a book that is as rich as it is dense in meaning." —The Women's Review of Books Employing current work in gender studies, psychoanalysis, and literary criticism and focusing on Emily Dickinson, Marianne Moore, Elizabeth Bishop, Sylvia Plath, and Adrienne Rich, the author delineates an alternative tradition of American women poets, what Diehl calls the American Counter-Sublime.

A History Of Western Political Thought

Author : J. S. McClelland
ISBN : 9781134812110
Genre : Political Science
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A History of Western Political Thought is an energetic and lucid account of the most important political thinkers and the enduring themes of the last two and a half millennia. Written with students of the history of political thought in mind, the book: * traces the development of political thought from Ancient Greece to the late twentieth century * focuses on individual thinkers and texts * includes 40 biographies of key political thinkers * offers original views of theorists and highlights those which may have been unjustly neglected * develops the wider themes of political thought and the relations between thinkers over time.

To America With Love

Author : A.A. Gill
ISBN : 9781416596219
Genre : History
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Presents a tribute to America that traces the history and logic of the nation's habits while sharing illuminating anecdotes reflecting the nation's diverse culture as experienced by everyday people.

American Studies

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ISBN : WISC:89058343187
Genre : America
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The Wrong Way Home

Author : Arthur Deikman
ISBN : MINN:31951D00564306C
Genre : Social Science
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Argues that cult behavior results from longings for security, explains how cults recruit and control new members, and discusses some actual case histories

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