Political Nonfiction

Miami Dynasty: How Father and Son Shaped the Magic City

Publication Date: 12/14/2021

A father and son team up to govern the world’s newest global city. Miami is an urban matrix with a population that is richly diverse in occupation, living style, and culture. But one variable that is common to many of Miami’s residents is that 80 percent of them were not…

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Trump 45: America’s Greatest President

Publication Date: 11/30/2021

A pictorial history of America’s greatest president, Donald Trump. Donald Trump took “the road less traveled” upon his inauguration as America’s 45th President. Trump did not go to Washington to get along. He went to work for the American people. The photos between the covers of this book document Donald…

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The Israeli Century: How the Zionist Revolution Changed History and Reinvented Judaism

Publication Date: 11/02/2021

As Israel increasingly becomes the center of global Jewish life, Jews everywhere are undergoing a process of Israelization. In this important breakthrough work, Yossi Shain takes us on a sweeping and surprising journey through the history of the Jewish people, from the destruction of the First Temple in the sixth…

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The Nixon Conspiracy: Watergate and the Plot to Remove the President

Publication Date: 10/26/2021

Geoff Shepard’s shocking exposé of corrupt collusion between prosecutors, judges, and congressional staff to void Nixon’s 1972 landslide reelection. Their success changed the course of American history. Geoff Shepard had a ringside seat to the unfolding Watergate debacle. As the youngest lawyer on Richard Nixon’s staff, he personally transcribed the…

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Fixing Food: An FDA Insider Unravels the Myths and the Solutions

Publication Date: 10/19/2021

An FDA economist discovers that solutions for food safety and nutrition lie in the hands of entrepreneurs—not government regulation and education. With about half of the U.S. population expected to be obese by 2030 and one out of six Americans getting sick every year, why is the Food and Drug…

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What Do White Americans Owe Black People: Racial Justice in the Age of Post-Oppression

Publication Date: 10/12/2021

A philosopher’s passionate call for all Americans to rethink our racial dynamic and to break the cycle of negativity that pits the races against each other. In this provocative and highly original work, philosophy professor Jason D. Hill explores multiple dimensions of race in America today, but most importantly, a…

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Behind the Headlines: How a Conservative Beauty Queen Became a Target of Fake News and Cancel Culture

Publication Date: 10/12/2021

Karyn Turk, the former Mrs. Florida sentenced to prison, opens up about the story behind the salacious headlines. In the days of clickbait news, it’s hard to see the truth behind today’s biggest stories. Karyn Turk, Mrs. Florida 2016, was no stranger to headlines. She worked behind the scenes as…

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No Way to Treat a Child: How the Foster Care System, Family Courts, and Racial Activists Are Wrecking Young Lives

Publication Date: 10/05/2021

The American child welfare system is bent toward protecting adults, not children. Kids in danger are treated instrumentally to promote the rehabilitation of their parents, the welfare of their communities, and the social justice of their race and tribe—all with the inevitable result that their most precious developmental years are…

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Thou Shalt Not Stand Idly By: How One Woman Confronted the Greatest Humanitarian Crisis of Our Time

Publication Date: 09/28/2021

The inspiring story of how one woman forged a series of unprecedented partnerships across national, tribal, and religious boundaries to impact an overwhelming crisis against near impossible odds. Set against the backdrop of the Syrian civil war and the massive humanitarian crisis it produced, Georgette Bennett tells the largely untold…

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Undoctrinate: How Politicized Classrooms Harm Kids and Ruin Our Schools―and What We Can Do About It

Publication Date: 09/14/2021

We’re used to assuming that politics stop at the classroom door. Those days are over.  Are your kids being indoctrinated in school? Unfortunately, it’s increasingly likely. From “social justice” to critical race theory, and from advocacy and activism campaigns to planned “action weeks,” teachers and schools nationwide are abandoning neutrality…

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