Politics & Social Sciences

I Know Why the Gay Man Dances

I Know Why the Gay Man Dances

| April 22, 2017

‘I Know Why The Gay Man Dances’ is the debut collection of poetry by Mancunian poet, Joel Sadler-Puckering. It is about what happens when the spirit of freedom is taken from us. The loss of freedom comes in many forms and is not just a gay experience; it is an experience shared by many subjugated […]

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Sibelsnaat

Sibelsnaat

| April 21, 2017

Sibelsnaat is an non-classifiable book with a point to it. A sharpened, topical, frightening point. Dan Dial, whoever he is, or was, writes from a place of angered pessimism, but not without some humour and humanity. You could call the book ‘short and sweet’, or you could call it ‘short and sour’. Short, it is. […]

The Faulty Process of Electing a Senior Class President

The Faulty Process of Electing a Senior Class President

| April 11, 2017

The official satire of the 2016 elections See why readers are saying, “Terrific”  “Loved this”  A must read”   “A home run” Two candidates no one wants to vote for. An election the students want to forget about. A story everyone can identify with. United Exceptionalism is known far and wide as being the greatest prep […]

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Flushing the Left’s Political Correctness

Flushing the Left’s Political Correctness

| April 9, 2017

If you are as sick of the strong arm tactics of the liberals/progressives in regard to stopping your constitutional right of free speech as I am, this book explains how we got here, and most importantly, how to fight back vigorously and powerfully against the tyranny that has now become the left. BTW-my cat just […]

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HUMANITY

HUMANITY

| March 16, 2017

Why this Book? You belong to humanity and you are nothing without humanity and if you don’t know humanity then you know nothing about you and society around you. And if you know nothing about you and your society then what’s the purpose for you to live? So know yourself and society by reading “humanity”. […]

The Middle East: Days of the Middle East Then and Now

The Middle East: Days of the Middle East Then and Now

| February 28, 2017

Your complete Guide to The Middle East: Then and Now! Free bonus inside! (Right after Conclusion) – Get limited time offer, Get your BONUS right NOW! In , will give you an insight like no other. Go back in time to where is all started and learn the beginning of the Islamic religion, Ancient Egypt […]

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The Candidate in the Rye: A Parody of The Catcher in the Rye Starring Donald J. Trump

The Candidate in the Rye: A Parody of The Catcher in the Rye Starring Donald J. Trump

| January 18, 2017

“If you really want to hear about me running for president, the first thing you’ll probably want to know is what country I was born in, and what my experience holding political office is like, and and what my tax returns say, and all that Mitt Romney kind of crap, but I don’t feel like […]

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Colliding Worlds: An arising will for change

Colliding Worlds: An arising will for change

| January 14, 2017

The Establishment is not listening to you Have you stopped listening to them? You are not alone More people than ever are protesting around the world. Surveys show a decrease in support for the present form of democracy. People perceive power and the current unsatisfactory state of affairs in a new light and demands for […]

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Bird of Prey

Bird of Prey

| January 14, 2017

Is life fair? Does everyone get what they deserve? A black back social comedy set in post Brexit Britain. A giant seagull in a seaside town takes a dislike to cats and embarks on a killing spree. The local cats don’t feel very good about this and neither do the public. The bird’s natural instincts […]

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The Obama Legacy

The Obama Legacy

| January 10, 2017

“Cancel every unconstitutional executive action, memorandum and order issued by President Obama.” President elect Donald Trump was blunt when he announced that rescinding Obama’s executive orders would be his first order of business in his first 100 days in the White House. Will that really happen, and if so what does that mean for the […]

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