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In the Dark of War: A CIA Officer’s Inside Account of the U.S. Evacuation from Libya

Publication Date: 06/23/2020

A CIA officer’s inside account of how Libya’s descent into rampant violence precipitated the harrowing overland evacuation of the entire U.S. Mission from Tripoli after being trapped in the city for weeks. Most of the world is aware of the tragic events surrounding the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that…

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Love Strong: Change Your Narrative, Change Your Life, and Take Your Power Back!

Publication Date: 06/23/2020

Relationship coach Denna Babul is here to tell women the real truth: You have to change your narrative to change your life. The search for love is a booming business in the United States. There is speed dating, matchmaking, online dating, and every other modality under the sun to help…

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Dream Makers: Surround Yourself with the Best to Be Your Best

Publication Date: 06/23/2020

Discover the tenacity, ambition, and captivating talent of the pitcher who inspired the hit Disney film The Rookie. Jim Morris is no stranger to big dreams. Since he was five years old, he passionately yearned to play baseball in the major leagues. However, despite all his hard work and determination,…

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They’re Not Listening: How The Elites Created the National Populist Revolution

Publication Date: 06/16/2020

<b>Cosmopolitan elites across the globe are ignoring the will of the people—pushing disgruntled voters into the arms of national-populist parties and politicians.</b> The election of Donald Trump in America and the referendum on European Union membership in the United Kingdom, otherwise known as Brexit, sent shockwaves throughout the world. Cosmopolitan…

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Welfare for the Rich: How Your Tax Dollars End up in Millionaires’ Pockets—And What You Can Do About It

Publication Date: 06/16/2020

In today’s ultra-polarized and highly partisan political environment, Welfare for the Rich is one of the rare books written to appeal to engaged and open-minded citizens from across the political spectrum Welfare for the Rich is the first book to describe and analyze the many ways that federal and state…

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Digging Dave Brubeck and Time Out!

Publication Date: 06/16/2020

An affectionate examination of legendary jazz pianist Dave Brubeck and his iconic 1959 album, Time Out! Propelled by the unlikely hit “Take Five,” the pianist’s 1959 classic Time Out! was the first jazz album to earn platinum status, making it one of only eight platinum records in jazz history. Born as an experiment…

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Still Standing…: My Journey from Streets and Saloons to the Stage, and Sinatra

Publication Date: 06/09/2020

A behind-the-scenes look into the life and groundbreaking entertainment career of Tom Dreesen. “Excellent material, superb delivery, impeccable timing...[he] is the quintessential comedian.”—Larry Wilde, author of The Great Comedians From shining shoes in dark saloons on the south side of Chicago to traveling the country as the opening act for…

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The Blood and the Sweat: The Story of Sick of It All’s Koller Brothers

Publication Date: 06/09/2020

When it comes to New York City hardcore, its community proudly boasts Lou and Pete Koller—brothers who have dominated the scene worldwide since 1986 with the aurally devastating Sick of It All as their vehicle. For Flushing, Queens natives Lou and Pete Koller, hardcore has become a lifestyle as well…

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The End of Jobs: The Rise of On-Demand Workers and Agile Corporations

Publication Date: 06/02/2020

As the robots rise, we are faced with the End of Jobs, but not in the way you might think… The world has witnessed three step functions in technological change: mechanization, electrification, and computerization. These industrial revolutions led to massive increases in productivity and thus the need for fewer workers.…

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The People Versus Socialism: A Ten Count Indictment for Crimes Against Humanity

Publication Date: 05/26/2020

A ten-count indictment on how socialism not only ruins countries and their economies, but also destroys civil societies while denying natural rights. After the fall of the Soviet Union and its global empire, most observers assumed that the seventy-year argument that socialism was superior to capitalism was over. Socialism in…

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