Clean House

Author: Tom Fitton
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781501137051
Release Date: 2017-01-24
Genre: Political Science

Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton examines what he believes are scandals and cover-ups in Barack Obama's second term.

The Fall of Western Civilization

Author: Shivaji Lokam
Publisher: Entropy Works LLP
ISBN: 9789353006709
Release Date: 2018-04-19
Genre: History

Can Western civilization stop its decline? The West gave the World the light bulb, the internal combustion engine and much more that vastly improved the life on earth. But lately, the West is tired, hopeless, and dying. Author Shivaji Lokam says Western countries have been in a self-destruction mode for the past hundred years: first the two World Wars, then the Cold War, now the Experts-driven utopian pursuit of Open Borders and Multiculturalism. The unaccountable experts have been wrong more times than anybody can count. They were wrong on financial crisis, bailouts, stagnant wages, higher taxes, brexit, trump, global trade deals. The experts failed because they were part of the problem. This incredible book tells the story of why they get it wrong every time and their pivotal role in causing the irreversible Western decline. In The fall of Western Civilization you will learn: • How Classical Liberalism caused World Wars, Great Depression, Socialism, Fascism, Cold War, and Decolonization • Why Modern Liberalism wants nothing short of the full destruction of the West and its values • Why the West is becoming less free • How America and Europe’s destruction were long sown in the novel ideas that came out of the European Enlightenment two hundred years ago • Why the elites in the West are utterly clueless and how their fancy education never contributed anything positive • What were the ultimate causes of the 2008 Financial Crisis that crippled the western economies Based on extensive research and fresh understanding of economics, Author Shivaji Lokam weaves through the forces of industry, technology, human nature, religion, and nation-state, to tell how and why the West is collapsing. Original and fresh, The fall of Western Civilization is essential reading to understand why Liberalism has been the greatest hoax ever played on the West.

An Open Autopsy on America

Author: Paul Schilling
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781984530806
Release Date: 2018-06-16
Genre: Political Science

This book is an exposé on how America is responding to tumultuous activities since her founding. It has become obvious to most Americans that their nation has hit the crossroads of a paradigm of events. The author, on the other hand, as a member of this society began to study intensely what was going on and what effects people were going through when the standing president Barack Obama would say one thing and then do exactly the opposite through executive fiat. The stealing of documents by former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, her use of her own personal server for the dispersal of departmental and top secret emails is astounding. Advanced knowledge of a terrorist attack is one thing; however, it remains a quagmire when both the secretary of state as well as the president concoct lies to trick and fool the American people. The crucial notion of the system of checks and balances on each branch of government is lost without US Constitutional oversight. Therefore, when one finds that the Internal Revenue Service or a former director of the FBI is found operating for another person’s charitable foundation who just so happens to be running for the Office of the President is disastrous. America is not unlike any other nation on earth; however, when people are given the power to live above the law in a “rule of law” established and guaranteed in a nation, that is when someone needs to write a book about the discovery.

Congressional Record

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105009864591
Release Date: 1974
Genre: Law

The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)

The Lie Detectors

Author: Ken Alder
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 074329386X
Release Date: 2007-03-06
Genre: History

The story of the lie detector takes us straight into the dark recesses of the American soul. It also leads us on a noir journey through some of the most storied episodes in American history. That is because the device we take for granted as an indicator of guilt or innocence actually tells us more about our beliefs than about our deeds. The machine does not measure deception so much as feelings of guilt or shame. As Ken Alder reveals in his fascinating and disturbing account, the history of the lie detector exposes fundamental truths about our culture: why we long to know the secret thoughts of our fellow citizens; why we believe in popular science; and why America embraced the culture of "truthiness." For centuries, people searched in vain for a way to unmask liars, seeking clues in blushing cheeks, shifty eyes, and curling toes...all the body's outward signs. But not until the 1920s did a cop with a Ph.D. team up with an entrepreneurial high school student from Berkeley, California and claim to have invented a foolproof machine that peered directly into the human heart. In a few short years their polygraph had transformed police work, seized headlines, solved sensational murders, and enthralled the nation. In Chicago, the capital of American vice, the two men wielded their device to clean up corruption, reform the police, and probe the minds of infamous killers. Before long the lie detector had become the nation's "mechanical conscience," searching for honesty on Main Street, in Hollywood, and even within Washington, D.C. Husbands and wives tested each other's fidelity. Corporations tested their employees' honesty. Movie studios and advertisers tested their audiences' responses. Eventually, thousands of government employees were tested for their loyalty and "morals" -- for lack of which many lost their jobs. Yet the machine was flawed. It often was used to accuse the wrong person. It could easily be beaten by those who knew how. Repeatedly it has been applied as an instrument of psychological torture, with the goal of extracting confessions. And its creators paid a commensurate price. One went mad trying to destroy the Frankenstein's monster he had created. The other became consumed by mistrust: jealous of his cheating wife, contemptuous of his former mentor, and driven to an early death. The only happy man among the machine's champions was the eccentric psychologist who went on to achieve glory as the creator of Wonder Woman. Yet this deceptive device took America -- and only America -- by storm. Today, the CIA still administers polygraphs to its employees. Accused celebrities loudly trumpet its clean bill of truth. And the U.S. government, as part of its new "war on terror," is currently exploring forms of lie detection that reach directly into the brain. Apparently, America still dreams of a technology that will render human beings transparent. The Lie Detectors is the entertaining and thought-provoking story of that American obsession.

Proceedings

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Publisher:
ISBN: NWU:35556003764321
Release Date: 1976
Genre: Naval art and science


Liberty

Author: Benjamin Ricketson Tucker
Publisher:
ISBN: WISC:89063506927
Release Date: 1970
Genre: Anarchism