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Natural Cures "They" Don't Want You To Know About
Author: Kevin Trudeau
Kevin Trudeau blows the lid off a nest of deception and double standards concerning general and individual health in this new book. Kevin has risked government prosecution to bring you the full story of an intricate conspiracy.
Imperial Grunts: The American Military on the Ground
Author: Robert Kaplan
In this landmark book, Robert D. Kaplan, veteran correspondent for The Atlantic Monthly and author of "Balkan Ghosts," shows how American imperialism and the global war on terrorism are implemented on the ground, mission by mission, in the most exotic landscapes around the world.
As the host of FOX News Channel's "Your World with Neil Cavuto" and "Cavuto on Business", Neil Cavuto ends each show with his own personal commentaries — sometimes witty, often inspiring, and always incisive and thought-provoking. Now, Cavuto collects the best of these essays in one volume, on topics that range from business to family to civility in public life.
Dare to Repair: A Do-it-Herself Guide to Fixing (Almost) Anything in the Home
Author: Julie Sussman/Stephanie Glackas-Tenet
Covering simple tasks like unclogging bathroom sinks and switching directions on a ceiling fan along with more intimidating projects such as patching holes in drywall or creating a circuit map, this no-nonsense guide will walk you through those simple steps of maintaining, and perhaps even improving, your home.
From his impoverished childhood in segregated pre-war Louisiana to his audience with Bill Clinton at the White House, Ward Connerly's panoramic book spans a civil rights story that's making headlines from coast to coast.
The Treehouse: Eccentric Wisdom from My Father on How to Live, Love, and See
Author: Naomi Wolf
Forget what you think renowned anti-patriarchal social critic Wolf always writes — this book has nothing to do with academia, politics or even feminism. Wolf, celebrated feminist writer and activist, introduces her father, Leonard Wolf, "a wild old visionary poet," in this lovely personal memoir about an unconventional, openhearted man.
From the Arkansas governor's races through the planning of the triumphant 1996 reelection, Dick Morris was Clinton's most valued political adviser. Now, in the wake of Clinton's million-selling memoir "My Life," Morris and his wife, Eileen McGann, set the record straight with "Because He Could," a frank and perceptive deconstruction of the story Clinton tells — and the many more revealing stories he leaves untold.
Married couple Baden, former New York City medical examiner, and Kenney, legal commentator for CNN and Court TV, team up for this debut thriller starring a romantic and professional pair with job titles remarkably similar to their own.
Millions of Americans are outraged by the radical politics of self-appointed celebrity pundits like Michael Moore, Barbra Streisand, Sean Penn, and Susan Sarandon. And actually, these stars' public pronouncements could be the least of our worries, as New York Times bestselling author and media critic James Hirsen reveals in "Hollywood Nation."
How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must): The World According to Ann Coulter
Author: Ann Coulter
This forceful, sarcastic, and often hilarious book offers tips on arguing with liberals, which include the following: don't be defensive, always outrage the enemy, and never apologize to, compliment, or show graciousness to a Democrat. Welcome to the world according to Ann Coulter.
In a way, Candace Bushnell's "Lipstick Jungle" picks up where her career-defining book "Sex and the City" left off, in the money-soaked, power-hungry, beauty-obsessed jungle that is New York City. This time around, the ladies are a bit older, a lot richer, but not particularly wiser nor more endearing than Bushnell's earlier heroines.
Winning by Losing is a comprehensive, inspirational, and real solution to your weight problems. Taking a triple-threat approach, top television fitness guru Jillian Michaels identifies and illuminates the three keys to health and lasting weight loss so that you can become a winner in mind, body, spirit, and life.
A Few Good Eggs: Two Chicks Dish on Overcoming the Insanity of Infertility
Author: Julie Vargo and Maureen Regan
In plain language, journalist Vargo and literary agent Regan detail the impact of a variety of factors on both female and male infertility. They provide solid tips on finding a fertility specialist and navigating the wide variety of questions, tests and treatments readers can expect to go through, and frankly discuss the difficult choices (medical, ethical, legal, financial and emotional) parental hopefuls will have to make.
Ralph Peters, a controversial strategist and respected expert on military and intelligence issues, argues that the United States is actually poised for even greater success in the twenty-first century — if our leaders make the right decisions about the opportunities and dangers we face today. In New Glory, he offers a strategic tour of the globe's hot spots and how we should respond to the challenges they pose.
Thanks to human hands, the storied Louisiana coast was eroding, subsiding, and joining the Gulf of Mexico — making it the fastest disappearing landmass on Earth. Yet no one seemed to know how to talk about the problem. Tidwell, a celebrated travel and environmental writer, decided to begin the much-needed conversation, and this vivid, elegiac book is the result.
A Crack in the Edge of the World: America and the Great California Earthquake of 1906
Author: Simon Winchester
The international bestselling author of "The Professor and the Madman" and "Krakatoa" vividly brings to life the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake that leveled a city symbolic of America's relentless western expansion. Simon Winchester has also fashioned an enthralling and informative informative look at the tumultuous subterranean world that produces earthquakes, the planet's most sudden and destructive force.
This book is a great source of easy-to-understand family disaster planning strategies that can protect you from many of life's emergencies. It will help get you prepared and ready for virtually any emergency that could happen to you and your family at home or at work.
Annie Jacobsen's harrowing first-hand account of her flight with a group of suspected terrorists forces us to ask: Could 9/11 happen again? On June 29, 2004, Jacobsen, traveling with her family on Northwest Airlines flight 327, witnessed what she believed was a terrorist "dry run." What happened on her flight, she discovered, was not an isolated incident, and if our air security does not improve, 9/11 is likely to happen again.
Cover Up: What the Government Is Still Hiding About the War on Terror
Author: Peter Lance
Ever since 9/11, investigative reporter Peter Lance has been leading the fight to expose the intelligence gaps that led to 9/11. Now, in the follow-up to his bestselling 1000 Years for Revenge, he returns with devastating new evidence that the government has been covering up its own counterterror failures since the mid-1990s — and continues today.
The West's Last Chance: Will We Win the Clash of Civilizations?
Author: Tony Blankley
Blankley paints the picture of a Europe in which radical Islam is triumphant — a threat that is not only very real, but that would be more threatening to the United States than a Europe under Nazi domination. But there is hope — and a strategy — for Western survival; and Blankley illustrates what must happen to save the West.
The UN Gang: A Memoir of Incompetence, Corruption, Espionage, Anti-Semitism and Islamic Extremism at the UN Secretariat
Author: Pedro Sanjuan
On the day Pedro Sanjuan moved into his new office at the UN Secretariat in 1984, he had the foresight to unscrew his telephone receiver. Out fell a little packet of high-grade cocaine. When he confronted the undersecretary to the chief Soviet diplomat-really a KGB colonel and the top Russian spy-the agent laughed good-naturedly and congratulated him on passing the test. That was the beginning of Sanjuan's long, peculiar odyssey into the looking-glass world of the United Nations Secretariat…
Courting Justice: From New York Yankees vs. Major League Baseball to Bush vs. Gore, 1997-2000
Author: David Boies
New York Yankees v. Major League Baseball; General Westmoreland v. CBS; FDIC v. Michael Milken; United States v. Microsoft; Bush v. Gore. In each of these landmark cases, one man, David Boies, has held center stage. Dubbed by the New York Times "the lawyer everyone wants," Boies has indeed been courted by government and major corporations alike, and by a host of the famous and powerful.
America's federal courts have an enormous impact on the daily lives of Americans. They also make up the last relatively independent branch of government. But, there is a committed and well-organized confederation of ultra-conservative politicians, reactionary interest groups, and fundamentalist religious sects working to change that once and for all. And they are succeeding.
Talking Back: ...to Presidents, Dictators, and Assorted Scoundrels
Author: Andrea Mitchell
As one of America's most watched correspondents, Mitchell has regularly shared her observations with millions of television viewers for more than three decades. Smart and candidly written, Mitchell's memoir will be a must read for anyone interested in politics and current affairs and will also fascinate anyone who wonders what it's like to be a powerful woman in a man's world.
Based on the publisher's Guide to the U.S. Supreme Court, but the A-Z arrangement makes navigation easier. Although there are entries for some individual cases, as well as for important people and concepts, emphasis is still on fairly broad themes.
Here readers will find an enormous treasury of timeless writing about dozens of subjects — art, books, music, movies, you name it — each handled with the same unique blend of insider savvy, reflective wisdom, and mordant wit that's earned The Weekly Standard an authoritative place in American public life.
Will Your Next Mistake Be Fatal? : Avoiding the Chain of Mistakes That Can Destroy Your Organization
Author: Robert Mittelstaedt
Every business disaster has one thing in common: the people in charge never saw it coming. The warnings were there. They didn't have to wreck their companies and their careers. But they let it happen. This book can keep it from happening to you.
Special Treatment: How to Get the Same High-Quality Health Care Your Doctor Gets
Author: Dr. Christine Dumas
Doctors have a built-in advantage when it comes to getting extra-special medical care. Dr. Kevin Soden and Dr. Christine Dumas level the health care playing field so that everyone gets the special treatment they deserve.
Death of Common Sense: How Law is Suffocating America
Author: Philip K. Howard
Distressing, disturbing, devastatingly detailed — this stunning examination of how modern laws are diminishing America exposes the drawbacks of rule-bound government, tells why nothing gets done, reveals the phony pretensions of law, and shows why well-intentioned laws have actually devalued rights.
The ACLU Vs. America: Exposing the Agenda to Redefine Moral Values
Author: Alan Sears and Craig Osten
Many Americans are waking up to the dangerous agenda of the ACLU. The ACLU vs. America will clue readers in to the culture wars afoot and will equip them to become effective agents for liberty and freedom against the ACLU's onslaught.
Stress Relief for Disasters Great and Small: What to Expect and What to Do from Day One to Year One and Beyond
Author: Dr. Georgia Witkin
In response to popular demand for Dr. Witkin's daily stress-relief broadcasts on Fox News Channel since 9/11/01, here is her prescriptive guide to symptoms and solutions for coping with the fallout in the days, weeks, and months after major disasters and personal traumas