Author: Terry Reed, John Cummings
Publisher: SP Books
Argues that Presidents Clinton and Bush are under the influence of the CIA and that the agency worked to insure Clinton's election
Author: Heidi Ayarbe
Publisher: Harper Collins
Maya's life has always been chaotic. Living with a con-man dad, she's spent half her life on the run. Whenever her father's schemes go wrong, Maya finds a scientific way to fix it. But when her dad ends up in prison and foster care fails, Maya grasps at her last possible hope of a home: a long-lost aunt, who may not even exist. So Maya formulates a plan, and with her wits, two unlikely allies, and twenty dollars in her pocket, she sets off in search of this aunt, navigating the unpredictable four hundred miles from Reno to Boise. Life on the streets, though, becomes a struggle for survival—those scientific laws Maya has relied on her whole life just don't apply. And with each passing day, Maya's definitions of right and wrong are turned upside down when she's confronted with the realities and dangers of life as a runaway. She can't help but wonder if trying to find her aunt—and some semblance of stability—is worth the harrowing journey or if she should compromise and find a way to survive on her own.
Author: Kate Noble
Forced by her stepmother into taking part in the Season with her beautiful sister Evangeline, Gail Alton finds her situation going from bad to worse when a collision on horseback in the nearby park lands her in the lake with the handsome but stuffy Maximillian, Viscount Fountaine, soon to be engaged to her sister after being caught in a compromising position. Original.
Author: Dr. Greg Hall, Steve Ham, Todd Hillard
Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group
Will a Christian college build a student's faith or tear it down? Parents and students sacrifice large sums of money for a Christian college education. Why? They are purchasing a guarantee their child's faith in God and the Bible will be guarded and developed. But is the Bible being taught? Will they graduate believing in the inerrancy of Scripture, the Flood of Noah's Day, and a literal six day creation? Apologetics powerhouse Ken Ham and Dr. Greg Hall reveal an eye opening assessment of 200 Christian colleges and universities. In an unprecedented 2010 study by America Research Group, college presidents, religion and science department heads were polled on critical areas of Scripture and core faith questions. Ken Ham is an accomplished author of some of the most popular and effective apologetics research on the market. He is the founder of Answers in Genesis - U.S. and the president of the Creation Museum. I have no doubt that the average church member would be shocked and outraged to discover how many supposedly evangelical colleges and universities have more or less given up their commitment to biblical inerrancy and the authority of Scripture—especially when dealing with the early chapters of Genesis. I’m grateful for this important work by Ken Ham and Greg Hall, documenting the many compromises that have ravaged the Christian academy. Already Compromised is a much needed wake-up call and a summons to arms for faithful, courageous Bible believers. We need to stand up, declare our faith, and defend the truth of Scripture courageously. The stakes are high and the battle may be more fierce than ever, but God will bless those who honor His Word. May He bless us with clear, unwavering voices. — John MacArthur
Author: J. King
In marriage-minded Regency England, one simple word can ruin your life. Compromise! can bring down a virtuous maiden, like Miss Elizabeth Bennet, and her entire family along with her. When Elizabeth finds Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy outside Netherfield, alone and at his most vulnerable, she must make a quick decision to bend the rules of propriety to help him or turn her back on someone in need. Her tender heart reaches out to him and his wounded one grabs hold of her well-intentioned support. Discovery changes the course of their lives as Elizabeth is forced to accept a reluctant proposal of marriage from this man whom she has just barely begun to respect. Can Jane Austen's most beloved couple reach a compromise that might turn a tenuous friendship into a loving marriage? Will it survive as desperate, unscrupulous, and foolish people alike set compromising machinations into motion for their own greedy ends? Follow Elizabeth and Darcy in this novel-length Regency romance as J. Dawn King takes them through a sweet variation of Pride and Prejudice where compromises abound and outcomes will surprise you. BONUS PREVIEW INCLUDED: The Trouble With Horses by Elizabeth Ann West
Author: Greg Elmer, Ganaele Langlois, Joanna Redden
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
There has been a data rush in the past decade brought about by online communication and, in particular, social media (Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, among others), which promises a new age of digital enlightenment. But social data is compromised: it is being seized by specific economic interests, it leads to a fundamental shift in the relationship between research and the public good, and it fosters new forms of control and surveillance. Compromised Data: From Social Media to Big Data explores how we perform critical research within a compromised social data framework. The expert, international lineup of contributors explores the limits and challenges of social data research in order to invent and develop new modes of doing public research. At its core, this collection argues that we are witnessing a fundamental reshaping of the social through social data mining.
Author: Hannah Howell
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
In this dazzling novel from New York Times bestselling author Hannah Howell, a beauty without means and a man without scruples strike a scandalous bargain that takes them into the heart of desire. . . No gentleman would guarantee a lady's safety in exchange for her virtue. But that is precisely why Cloud Ryder would never call himself a gentleman. He wants Emily Brockinger the moment he sets eyes on her, and volunteers to guide her and her ward through lawless Colorado territory--if she'll share his bed. Yet to his surprise, the delicate Boston blueblood has a grit and fire that thrill him as no woman ever has. . . Emily has no choice but to accept Cloud's terms, and no way to control her body's response to the virile, part-Cherokee drifter. The trail is strewn with obstacles, and the dangers only increase once they reach their destination. All his life, Cloud has shunned commitment, but now the only way to keep Emily safe is to open his heart--to the one woman with the passion and power to break it. . . "The superbly talented Howell never disappoints." --Romantic Times "The laughter mingles with the tears in any story from the talented pen of Hannah Howell. If you haven't read her before, start now!" --Affair de Coeur
Author: Bailey Queen
Publisher: Ninestar Press
Murder in the country. A one-night stand that refuses to end. Ghosts from the past that return to haunt. Special Agent Ben Diggs can't stand what has become of his life, so much so that he hits the road one night, maybe to crash his bike, maybe to drive off into the night and never be heard from again. But he meets Tanner Bagley, a rancher from rural Pennsylvania in a hick dive bar, and sparks fly. For the first time since everything went to hell, he feels alive again. Ben runs from his emotions as a rule, and he flees in the middle of the night, trudging back to his dreary life in Baltimore and his failing job as a FBI agent. But then his team is assigned to investigate a murder in that same backwater township in Pennsylvania where he met Tanner, and it's a different set of sparks that fly when faces Tanner again. As the bodies start to pile up, tensions flare, and Ben is stuck between teammates that question his every move and a devastatingly handsome rancher whose heart he bruised. The lies keep piling up, and Ben is forced to stake his career - and his very life - on the trembling hopes of his wounded heart. Deep in the countryside, someone is hunting gay men in Middle Creek, Pennsylvania... Gay men all with ties to Special Agent Diggs' one-night-stand...
Author: Kandamaran. M
Publisher: Partridge Publishing
The book is all about the compromises one is forced to make at different periods in ones life. The author uses his own unique upbeat style to stress on the fact that compromises need not always to be negative but could lead to something better in life. Blended with just the right amount of fiction, the story reveals how one can turn things around to his/her advantage with positive thinking and the right attitude. It deals with three different periods in the heros life, each one lived with equal passion and intensity. The secret of life is to believe in what one is doing and give it ones best. Each phase in the heros life is lived for the moment with no regrets of the past and no fears for the future. There sincerity in the authors thoughts shine through his words. The candidness with which he describes his experiences and the way he relates the story bring home the situations to the reader. The gripping urgency in his style compels one to read from cover to cover.
Author: Beth Lambert, Victoria Kobliner
Publisher: Sentient Publications
Examines the causes of chronic disease in American children, discussing such conditions as the overuse of prescription medicines, poor diet, misuse of vaccines, environmental toxins, and certain lifestyles as contributing factors.
Author: Oliver North
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
The first of a three-novel series, Mission Compromised introduces Major Peter J. Newman, a U.S. marine assigned to fill a top-secret White House National Security Council staff position. In these novels, Newman discovers secrets such as how covert missions are being compromised, why high-ranking FBI and CIA spies rarely go on trial, and why the United Nations has a military command center. In this first book, a mission to the Middle East to eliminate top terrorist leaders, including Osama Bin Laden and Saddam Hussein is compromised when a top official tips off the intended targets. Everyone on the mission is killed except Peter Newman. Now Newman must find out what happened—and why.
Author: Seamus Bruner
Publisher: Bombardier Books
If you ask most Americans what they think about the FBI, they would tell you it’s far and away the government agency they trust the most. The Bureau has, for decades, sold an image of itself as efficient, professional, unbiased, and untouchable by corruption. That portrait is a sham. Seamus Bruner and the Government Accountability Institute have spent years cataloging the widespread conflict-of-interests of the D.C. political class. They have found massive self-enrichment and political bias at the highest levels of government—including the Justice Department and the FBI. Indeed, the nation's most important law enforcement agency has become so compromised that every major investigation should face intense scrutiny from the public, the media, and from Congress. James Comey, Robert Mueller, Andrew McCabe, and the rest of the recent FBI leadership should be forced to answer for the way the Bureau has abused the public trust under their watch.
Author: Brendan W. Williams
Brendan Williams went from being a disillusioned three-term Democratic state legislator to witnessing Affordable Care Act implementation up-close as a state regulator. The culmination of decades of progressive aspiration, the ACA was compromised in a futile effort to win Republican support – and further compromised in its state and federal implementation. Those compromises, and revolving-door temptation for policymakers, have contributed to the law's enduring unpopularity, challenges, and legal vulnerability. This book examines the process that has contributed to the ACA's uncertain future.Kirkus Reviews writes that "for those who want a detailed investigation into the internal machinations of the ACA, this is a well-documented assessment."
Author: Amy Gutmann, Dennis Frank Thompson
Publisher: Princeton University Press
To govern in a democracy, political leaders have to compromise. When they do not, the result is political paralysis—dramatically demonstrated by the gridlock in Congress in recent years. In The Spirit of Compromise, eminent political thinkers Amy Gutmann and Dennis Thompson show why compromise is so important, what stands in the way of achieving it, and how citizens can make defensible compromises more likely. They urge politicians to focus less on campaigning and more on governing. In a new preface, the authors reflect on the state of compromise in Congress since the book's initial publication. Calling for greater cooperation in contemporary politics, The Spirit of Compromise will interest everyone who cares about making government work better for the good of all.
Author: Glen Blannin FERGUSON
Sisca Hamerson is a detective inspector with the Australian Crime Commission who has been framed for the murders of two of his senior colleges, to cover his department's involvement with organised crime.Richard Oyster is a man possessed. A world away, he sits on the right hand of the U.S. President on the biggest stage of all. Beginning with his early days as an army kid, being moved from one community to another, his passion for controlling the thoughts and actions of those around him, has grown into his very reason for being. COMPROMISED is a fictional work combining several separate story lines that become entwined as the stories progress. It is a political mystery / thriller that continues to heat up with every chapter. From Sydney Australia to Washington D.C. any many other destinations in between.