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How You Can Help Save Social Security by Allen W. Smith, Ph.D.
Social Security is in deep financial trouble today, and, unless action is taken soon, the government may be unable to pay full benefits as early as 2015. Most Americans don't know the true financial status of Social Security. How could they possibly know? There are so many versions of the truth being dispatched by various groups, and most of these groups have their own axe to grind. The American people need to have someone, [...]
 
The Plot to Destroy Social Security by Allen W. Smith, Ph.D.
Social Security is facing its most difficult crisis ever. It is a crisis made in Washington, and one which most people do not even know about. For more than 30 years, the government has been using Social Security surplus revenue as general revenue, to finance wars. tax cuts for the wealthy, and other programs. The intent of the 1983 payroll tax hike was that all of the Social Security surplus revenue was supposed to be saved [...]
 
THE LOOTING OF SOCIAL SECURITY - New release of the book by Allen Smith, Ph.D.
This is a new release of a book that was censored and pulled from the market in 2004 because it exposed the government's ongoing misuse of Social Security funds. During an appearance on CNBC morning news, to respond to Alan Greenspan's call for cuts in Social Security benefits, the author held the book in front of the camera and said, "Alan Greenspan should be ashamed of himself for what he is not telling the American [...]
 
Ronald Reagan & The Great Social Security Heist - How Reagan Gave Birth to the Looting of Social Security by Allen Smith, Ph.D.
The money's gone! Social Security doesn't have $2.7 trillion stashed away for paying benefits, as so many people believe. It cannot pay benefits for another 20 years, as is often claimed. In fact, Social Security does not have enough money to pay full benefits, even for 2014, without borrowing money from China or another of our creditors. How can this be? Wasn't Social Security fixed by the Social Security Amendments of 1983, [...]
 
Abstraction in Theory - Laws of Physical Transaction - Theory of Everything by Subhajit Ganguly
This book is a way forward towards the "theory of everything" in physics.True to this gigantic task,the author approaches the subject in a completely new way.The whole theory is based on the concept of "zero-postulation",an area where others have been less than successful.The idea of "zero-postulation" in itself is a tremendous leap in the methods applied in studying sciences.Based on no assumption,this approach is totally [...]
 
The Quixotic Faction by TD Kohler
Admiral Julian Kay creates a small, unlikely team that is drawn to the heart of Louisiana chasing an atmospheric anomaly that appears to have a single point of origin. They come face to face with an organization with operatives that are right out of legends and mythology. Discovering that their pasts have been erased and now wanted by the FBI, they form an improbable alliance to try and stop a thief who is using a deadly [...]
 
SOCIAL SECURITY - The Attempt To Kill It by Allen Smith, Ph.D.
In 1983, the same year that the recommendations of the Greenspan Commission on Social Security Reform were enacted into law, allegedly "fixing" the long term Social Security solvency problem, members of the Cato Institute and the Heritage Foundation drew up a long-term plan for privatizing Social Security. They published their plan, entitled "Achieving A Leninist Strategy" in the Fall 1983 issue of Cato Journal. This plan [...]
 
The Alleged Budget Surplus, Social Security & Voodoo Economics by Allen W. Smith, Ph.D.
This book deals with the budget-surplus myth, the Social Security Trust Fund, and economic malpractice (voodoo economics) over the past 20 years. It exposes the deliberate deception of the public by politicians from both parties, which has led to the erroneous belief that the government has surplus money which is available for financing a large tax cut or new government programs. The book points out that there is no [...]
 
Ezicash by Ian Thompson
Do you think the world has gone slightly mad? If you do, Phil Lud agrees with you. Phil is your everyday, salt-of-the-earth type of guy. Sure, he has his little quirks. For instance, he likes to think he's just a little superior to everyone around him. Some folk think he's a bit full of himself because of it, but then most would agree with him, the world has indeed become a little stranger recently. There is, for instance, [...]
 
Vita Aeterna by Jay Allan Storey
With the fate of the world in the balance, one outlier could tip the scales towards salvation or disaster. Alex Barret lives in 'the Quarters', a sea of broken-down slums surrounding a glittering walled-off city called the First Circle. On his sixteenth birthday Alex is scheduled for Appraisal, an unpredictable medical procedure with the potential to extend his lifespan. In a world where everything else costs, for some reason [...]
 
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Can you be...that stupid? - A Polite Guide to Stimulating Conversation by Geoffrey Robinson
How many times have you found yourself in conversation with a person who made a statement that confirmed for you that they had absolutely no idea what the hell they were talking about? Everything you'll find here was personally heard, read or viewed by me. Over an extended period of time I began writing these little cast in stone truths on post-it notes. Eventually I typed and organized them. Mainly to get all the post-it off [...]
 
The Genesis Fear (Bible for the New World) by A.B. Smith
The Genesis Fear is based in 2025 around the young Darla Hiesum. At 23 Darla receives word through a rather strange set of circumstances that a man she always thought was her grandfather had passed away. Many people inherit unimaginable wealth, others old family homes from distant childhood memories, Darla receives these and so much more...the future. Come along as Darla tries to resolve childhood issues and come to grips [...]
 
MuTerra by R. K. Sidler
After a life altering event, the Earth is transformed into an inhospitable host to every living thing on it. Some humans have survived in subterranean shelters, while others have been transformed by their unforgiving environment above ground. One group fosters the hope of optimism for a new and better future, the other looks no further than the daily harsh reality of survival. Can both groups co-exist? Or will fear of the [...]
 
The Man Who Knew the Truth about 9/11 by Chris Dahl
The police get a call that there is a dead man in a hermetically sealed townhouse. Upon arrival, the police find a man slumped over his kitchen table, dead. Surrounding him are piles of dog-eared books, ragged notebooks full of diagrams, sketches, random passages from his many books and from various websites. Police are baffled when they inspect the scene. Baffled, they call in a neighbor, who volunteers to read through these [...]
 
The Bathwater Conspiracy by Janet Kellough
Nothing about this case makes sense. Detective Carson "Mac" MacHenry can't figure out why the Darmes are so interested in this one dead girl or why the secretive federal police have rushed the autopsy or why, a few days later, the records of the dead girl's murder have been erased from all official government channels. Even stranger to the detective is the manner of death - injuries consistent with a violent beating and [...]
 
Travel To The G-Spot -- The Guide Book by Steve Cohen
It's hard being travel writer Danny Gladstone. There are all those first-class free trips, all over the world, staying in the best hotels, eating at the finest restaurants. Terribly stressful. There are women! There are drugs. Then there's the family back home. He tells himself he does it all for them, but... When Danny learns he's dying, it triggers a late wave of self-reflection. His story is a look back at the choices he's [...]
 
Lords of the Lash by Frank Kale
Due to a human study gone awry, Zachary Dunbar has just resigned from his position as a research psychologist at Harvard University. Before resigning he developed an influential theory, Trait Theory. While critics claim that Trait Theory is nothing more than modern day eugenics, Zachary notes that the distinguishing point between his theory and eugenics is the importance of the high stress situation, both for causing the [...]
 
A CIRCLE OF DILEMMA by Mercy Offor, PhD
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Liberty Ramblings - Social and Political Poetic Justice by Kit Clayton
Liberty cannot be forced, it must be chosen; chosen at acceptance, chosen to keep, and chosen to defend. These musings reflect on the tenets and gift of Liberty; it delves into social and political aspects of joys and downfalls of Liberty. During this journey, the poems reflect on the importance of the true meaning of the pursuit of hapiness, and how it ties into our living in the now. Liberty Ramblings treads on ground that [...]
 
Common Sense and Reasonable Answers by Warren William Luce
Mine is a new voice challenging current perspectives about issues that plague America and the world, providing different, sometimes controversial, yet common sense and reasonable answers to those problems. When we summon the will and courage to carry them out, your life will be fuller and richer, the children's future brighter and the world a kinder place. Glenda, in her GABixlerReview, said "Warren's book is shocking, [...]
 
Angel's Prey (Hunting Royal Blood Book 1) by Serenity Rose
The hunt is on for a woman of a special bloodline. She is one of the ancients lost to all except those hunting her. That is until she faces the devil himself. On the run for years in a predator and prey battle for her own life, Rose finds that sometimes the answers are harder to swallow than the questionable lies she was taught. Join her in her fight for survival as she goes through heaven and hell saved by an unlikely hero. [...]
 
Shards Of Divinities by Nissim Levy
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9 Dangerous Ideas - Area 51 and Extra-Terrestrials by Ratzinger
If you were to Google Area 51 right now, you'll see the usual photographs, conspiracy theory videos and episodes of The X-Files. There are books, articles, videos on the web. There are also lots of stories of ex-employees who have seen glimpses of aliens, and spacecraft. But once you start to dig a little deeper, which is what I've already done for you, dear reader...
 
Kill Code - A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel by Clive Fleury
WHEN THE OCEANS RISE...THE TRUTH DROWNS It's the year 2031. Our future. Their present. A world decimated by climate catastrophe, where the sun's heat is deadly and the ocean rises higher every day. A world ruled by the rich, powerful, and corrupt. A world where a good man can't survive for long. Hogan Duran was a good man once. He was a cop, forced to resign in disgrace when he couldn't save his partner from a bullet. Now [...]
 

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