Free: Shitolian

  black and white drinking fountains… COLORED or so the label would suggest and as i watch where the waters crest a clearness flows through me you see i really understood what these markers meant mines is not dark nor dense a reflection of my murky tint a constant projection of the contraptions they invent in an attempt to convince the masses that we are of separate classes sure you drink from a different spring called white but don’t you know that these fountains flow from the sam... [Read More...]

Free: Wha’ Hoppen? A Politically Incorrect Look Back at the 2016 Presidential Campaigns, the Election and Aftermath

“Oh No-o-o-o-o,” you say, “Did we really need another ‘What Happened’ book?” Hillary Clinton’s memoir promised an intimate view into her thoughts and emotions as she fought to save America from the likes of “you-know-who.” Then after beating Bernie in the Democratic primary and winning the nomination, she had to face the tallest challenge of her political career: FBI Director James Comey. WHA’ HOPPEN? is a politically incorrect look back at the 2016 presidential election... [Read More...]

Scamdemic

Real pandemics don’t rely on faulty prediction models, biased reporting, politicized science, exaggerated mortality rates, and inflated death statistics. Scamdemic, a combination of the words scam and pandemic defines the mainstream media’s orchestration in creating a COVID-19 hysteria. This book is not stating that the COVID-19 virus isn’t a threat, this book exposes the exaggeration and fearmongering of the COVID-19 virus threat to panic the population. An analogy for how the mainstream... [Read More...]

Women Behaving Courageously

Since time began women have stepped forward to say ‘no’ or enough or ‘there has to be a better way’. This is the story of 25 female warriors and dozens of female heroes. It’s the story of ordinary women who have changed the face of families and communities. It’s the story of a small group of courageous women who changed an entire country. $0.99 on Kindle. ... [Read More...]

Free: Who the F*** Wants to be President?!: My Year of Living Politically

Could a no-name scientist from Florida have a shot at the Oval Office? This is the story of finding that answer. Told by a psychologist and former civil servant, this book sheds light on the ecosystem of national politics, interwoven with JJ Walcutt’s own experience campaigning across the 50 states. ... [Read More...]

Sovereignty With All Its Intricacies: Or, a Discussion of the Vague Desires for Quebec Sovereignty

In Quebec, everybody is familiar, at least ostensibly, with the notion of sovereignty. In fact, the notion has been so widely used by independentists that it doesn’t seem to bear any semantic ambiguity, as if its meaning, as well as its conceptual implications, had become a no-brainer. By becoming a sovereign state, Quebec will at last, have they been harping on for the last fifty years, be able to take charge of its own destiny. But by focusing constantly on what they expect from the thi... [Read More...]

AIPAC’s Grassroots Path to Congress: How Isaiah Kenen Built AIPAC to Be A Powerhouse

This book looks at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s origins, foundations, and organizational structure. Isaiah “Si” Kenen, AIPAC’s founder and long-time leader, created what can be described as the organization’s three-dimensional inverted pyramid, giving it far-reaching influence and impact. Following Kenen’s work through AIPAC’s inception and reaching into the mid-1970s, the book looks at key moments and decisions in the years under Kenen’s leadership. These deci... [Read More...]

A View of British Politics

After three years of a parliament in chaos, Boris Johnson’s 2019 General Election victory has stabilized the House of Commons and left the Labour Party in disarray. But why do politicians go so wrong in believing certain individuals are worthy of power when from the outset some leaders have little hope of winning? My theories of the qualities a leader must possess and the kind of policies he/she must espouse are detailed in this essay on British Political History (1964-2019). My unique vi... [Read More...]

Progress, Really?

An average man and first-time writer’s condensed review of social progress in the United States of America. The author makes observations of some very controversial topics and hopes to inspire the reader to ask some very important questions. Where is social progress taking our country? Has the march of progress become a sprint? Is America approaching a second revolution? $0.99 on Kindle ... [Read More...]