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📒Why I Stand by Burgess Owens
DESCRIPTION : American Individualism has been the crown jewel of a nation that, based on its Judeo-Christian values, has prioritized God, family, and freedom to out-dream its obstacles. It is the freedom of this individual spirit that is under attack by its adversarial ideology, Marxist Socialism. This destructive ideology has resulted in “killing fields” of bodies, souls, and dreams of billions worldwide. Consistent is the destruction of manhood, womanhood, the family, and every pillar that supports love of God and country. Why I Stand documents an ideology that uses trust to divide and betray. It was the ideology of the 1910 NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) founded by twenty-one White Marxist Socialist, atheist, and eugenicist Democrats. They succeeded within decades to undermine the progress of the most entrepreneurial, patriotic, Christian, educated, family-oriented, and competitive minority in our nation during that era: the Black community. This strategy of trust/betrayal is utilized by many of today’s politicians and corporate leaders. It has been the Congressional Black Congress that have voted 100% for every anti-Black policy demanded of them by their White Democratic leadership. It has been the NFL that has prioritized its expansion to 10 international countries over loyalty to its American fans. Its leadership has justified the denigration of its “All American” brand in exchange for a global “World Citizen” brand. “American Individualism is the sole source of progress, granting each individual the chance and stimulation for development of the best with which he has been endowed in heart and mind.” - President Herbert Hoover We MUST defend it.
📒Speaking Out by Rachel McWilliams
DESCRIPTION : For over a year, Rachel McWilliams, a military sexual trauma (MST) survivor, collected stories and poems from other MST survivors and their loved ones to create a theater project. The hope for this project was to help the community understand the epidemic of military sexual trauma in our armed forces, how it affects the public on a local level, to raise awareness of the long-term effects of sexual trauma, and to inspire action and change. The first performances of Speaking Out: Why I Stand were held on April 24th and April 25th, 2014 at the Muse Theatre in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
📒From Where I Stand by Jody Wilson-Raybould
DESCRIPTION : An Indigenous leader who has dedicated her life to Indigenous Rights, Jody Wilson-Raybould has represented both First Nations and the Crown at the highest levels. And she is not afraid to give Canadians what they need most – straight talk on what has to be done to move beyond our colonial legacy and achieve true reconciliation in Canada. In this powerful book, drawn from speeches and other writings, she urges all Canadians – both Indigenous and non-Indigenous – to build upon the momentum already gained or risk hard-won progress being lost. The good news is that Indigenous Nations already have the solutions. But now is time to act and build a shared postcolonial future based on the foundations of trust, cooperation, recognition, and good governance.
📒Where I Stand And Why by Gamal Abdel Nasser
📒Why I Stand by Bob Green
DESCRIPTION : I know firsthand the many sacrifices of war. You get to see men of different skin colors and of all creeds stand side by side, fighting the enemy. Many sounds, sights and smells are etched into your brain-never to be forgotten. Today you will find veterans standing for our Flag and the National Anthem, filled with such pride every time they see it. We fought to give American's the right to stand, sit, or kneel for the flag. This America's most prestige treasure it should never be disrespected. If it weren't for the men and women in our military ready to give their lives for the flag-who then. Regret I have no regret. I belong to a group of men and women who I love and respect so much. We are the largest alum you will find. Harvard, Yale, Stanford, etc. have nothing on us. We are the graduates of the college of Hard Knocks-and proud of it. I wrote this book for those who give all. Served with the 554th Engr. Chu Chi, Vietnam (Front Cover - Bob Green pointing at David Paul Roy his hometown friend. Killed in Vietnam April 4, 1970)
📒Here S Where I Stand by Jesse Helms
DESCRIPTION : In a candid memoir, the controversial former North Carolina senator describes his three decades in Congress, the presidents with whom he worked, and the state of the Republican party and American politics, as he chronicles his rise from a poverty-stricken childhood to his influential position in Washington and reflects on the evolution of his personal political philosophy. 30,000 first printing.
📒Paddling To Where I Stand by Agnes Alfred
DESCRIPTION : The first-ever biography written about a woman of the Northwest Coast's Kwakwakawakw people, Paddling to Where I Stand presents the memoirs of Agnes Alfred (c.1890-1992), a non-literate noble Qwiqwasutinuxw woman of the Kwakwakawakw Nation and one of the last great storytellers among her peers in the classic oral tradition. Agnes Alfred documents through myths, historical accounts, and personal reminiscences the foundations and the enduring pulse of her living culture. But this is more than another anthropological interpretation; it is the first-hand account of the greatest period of change the Kwakwaka'wakw people experienced since first contact with Europeans, and Alfred's memoirs flow from her urgent desire to pass on her knowledge to younger generations.
📒The Stand by Stephen King
DESCRIPTION : Stephen King’s apocalyptic vision of a world blasted by plague and tangled in an elemental struggle between good and evil remains as riveting and eerily plausible as when it was first published. Soon to be a television series A patient escapes from a biological testing facility, unknowingly carrying a deadly weapon: a mutated strain of super-flu that will wipe out 99 percent of the world’s population within a few weeks. Those who remain are scared, bewildered, and in need of a leader. Two emerge—Mother Abagail, the benevolent 108-year-old woman who urges them to build a peaceful community in Boulder, Colorado; and Randall Flagg, the nefarious “Dark Man,” who delights in chaos and violence. As the dark man and the peaceful woman gather power, the survivors will have to choose between them—and ultimately decide the fate of all humanity. (This edition includes all of the new and restored material first published in The Stand: The Complete And Uncut Edition.)
📒Where I Stand Volume Ii by Papa Kwesi Nduom PhD CMC
DESCRIPTION : Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom shares his vision to improve life in Ghana in this second volume of essays and articles. Nduom, a former presidential candidate, has filled a number of positions in the government, and he spent several years consulting for international organizations, including the African Development Bank. He also worked with private and public sector organizations in the United States and Africa. In this collection of writings, Nduom chronicles his successes abroad as well as how he returned to Ghana to contribute to Groupe Nduom, a successful family business that employs two thousand people. He shares ideas on improving Ghanas economy, making government more inclusive, and initiating a sense of urgency to create a just and caring society; He also explains why a free, compulsory and continuous education from kindergarten through high school is necessary for Ghana to break its cycle of poverty. Ghana can make a giant leap forward by applying the ideas in Where I Stand.
📒Do I Stand Alone by Jesse Ventura
DESCRIPTION : The author of I Ain't Got Time to Bleed and current governor of Minnesota shares his insights into the political system in America, confronting special interests, corruption, and politics-as-usual thinking. Reprint.