This is a short but comprehensive analysis of the UN's controversial program established in 1992 as a "sustainable development plan" for the entire world, for the 21st century. Its main points are coincidental to the "Communist Manifesto", issued by Karl Marx in 1848. It includes the abolition of all private property, banning inheritances, reducing the population, and the transfer of all resources into the hands of UN bureaucrats.
This little book may be considered as unique, among a huge list of fishing books, that load the shelves of sporting goods stores. What is it offering different, from hundreds of other books with similar subjects, is the direct text, that will guide the reader where to fish, when to fish, and how to fish. A considerable space was devoted to fish behavior, for most game species, and also for some other kinds of fish, less desirable.
"general guide to US freshwater fish & regulations"
This is the story of Rome during the fourth century in the time of its 57th emperor, the first Christian ruler, Flavius Valerius Constantinus, who later was called Augustus - the man known to posterity as a saint and as Constantine the Great. His life and work was the object of study for countless historians, yet most of them missed to discover the man under the purple imperial robes. This audiobook tries to fill in some of the missing aspects necessary to reconstruct his true portrait.
This book revisits some simple scientific research data which could be considered as the equivalent to Chicken Little's alarm call that the sky is falling. Based on materials widely distributed in the press, the author examines how the superstitions gain a place in the scientific research work, debunking some of them with simple arguments that can be taken from most high school manuals.
"Good material, great narration."
This is the story of a dry cargo ship which worked the Great Lakes for 69 years. In her glorious but quiet life, she never lost one single mariner's life, and completed safely all her voyages. She survived the weather, wars, depression, and attacks from most every direction, in a period when the human race witnessed the transition from horse and buggy transportation, to space flights. Her journey from her place of birth to the scrap pile parallels many lives on the waterways. This is a modest homage to the people who built Jupiter...
"Birth to death of a Great Lakes ship"
This audio booklet is a short political action guide for conservatives. If you think that political actions, like the electoral campaigns, are similar to a war, you are right. They do not take prisoners, and they do not go by the rules set in the Geneva Convention. They all use dirty tricks, espionage and deception to fool the electorate.
This audiobook examines the lives, the accomplishments, and the punishment of some of the female secret agents, while they lived and worked during the 20th century, in hot or cold wars. They all were convinced that they were on the right side of the conflicts they participated in, even if some of them were dead wrong. Their lives were never certain, since a bullet in the head could put an abrupt end to their work.