Political Nonfiction

Retaking America: Crushing Political Correctness

Published: 04/11/2017

Political correctness must be crushed—and only America can do it. Political correctness has ripped through America, turning life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness into lifelessness, suppression and the pursuit of mediocrity. In support of political correctness, sneering columnists are seeking out opinions they don’t like and punishing them, speakers…

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America’s 45th President, Donald Trump’s Inauguration Speech: January 20th, 2017: “This Is Your Day”

Published: 01/20/2017

America has elected its 45th President, Donald J. Trump. This self-made business magnate worked his way to the most powerful office in the nation, running on a platform that emphasized the "forgotten men and women" of the nation, promising that they would be "forgotten no longer." Social media hashtags like…

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Keep Swinging: A Memoir of Politics and Justice

Published: 11/29/2016

Joseph L. Bruno is a small town American success story. As the son of immigrants, he worked his way out of Depression-era Glens Falls, NY, served in the United States Army in Korea, and as the leader of the Senate Republicans in New York, became one of the three most…

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Hamilton: The Adult Coloring Book

Published: 11/22/2016

Hamilton Lives! Hamilton comes alive in this new, historically-based adult coloring book. Subject of the Tony Award-winning musical Hamilton, he has captured the hearts and minds of Americans like never before. Hamilton was born out of wedlock, abandoned by his father and his mother died when he was young—yet he…

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Green Card Warrior

Published: 11/01/2016

Nick Adams had it all: charisma, energy, a promising TV career, a new organization and an approved Green Card petition. The world was at his feet. Then came the unexpected sabotage and political persecution from one individual. It began a spiral of destruction – finances, family, health and career. He…

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Go the F**k to Jail: An Adult Coloring Book of the Clinton Scandals

Published: 10/25/2016

Lock Her Up! From the suicide—or murder—of Vince Foster to the “extremely careless”—or just plain illegal—handing of top secret emails, Hillary and her partner in crime Bill have done it all. In spite of flouting the law and common moral decency at every turn, Hillary remains at the forefront of…

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Time for a Turning Point: Setting a Course Toward Free Markets and Limited Government for Future Generations

Published: 10/04/2016

Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk shares a vision for America’s future embracing first principles, free markets, and small government.  Kirk provides a roadmap on how to return to a free America, with an emphasis on reaching our youth and engaging them in the process.   During the 2016 Presidential election…

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The Trump Factor: Unlocking the Secrets Behind the Trump Empire

Published: 10/04/2016

Never before has America—or the world—seen an individual so creative, so focused and so determined. The Trump Factor is a must read for any American interested in what Donald Trump has truly accomplished over 5 decades. The sheer magnitude of the portfolio is compelling. Trump is constantly faced with the…

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In Lies We Trust: How Politicians and the Media Are Deceiving the American Public

Published: 09/27/2016

What politicians and the media don't want you to know. Millions of Americans at both ends of the political spectrum are angry and fed up with being lied to by politicians and the media. The emergence of “outsider” presidential candidates Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders is proof that people are…

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Red Is the New Black: How Women Can Fashion a More Powerful America

Published: 09/20/2016

Red Is the New Black challenges the assumption that the Democratic Party is a girl's best friend. Red Is the New Black takes an in depth look at the major policy issues affecting all of us to unveil the core values that best empower today’s women. It turns out that if…

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