Great Again

Author: Gerald Flurry ,Philadelphia Church of God

Publisher: Philadelphia Church of God

ISBN: N.A

Category: Religion

Page: N.A

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Great Again

Author: Henry R. Nothhaft,David Kline

Publisher: Harvard Business Press

ISBN: 1422158578

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 193

View: 6992


How can America revitalize its entrepreneurial leadership? Serial entrepreneur Nothhaft takes readers inside the heart of the communities most responsible for innovation and shows how a few practical reforms can get America's economy moving again.

Great Again

Author: Donald Trump

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1501138006

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 208

View: 6301


Donald Trump outlines how a crippled America could be restored to greatness. The book explores Trump's view on key issues including the economy, big CEO salaries and taxes, healthcare, education, national security, and social issues. Of particular interest is his vision for complete immigration reform, beginning with securing the borders and putting American workers first

Make Russia Great Again

Author: Christopher Buckley

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 198215747X

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

View: 8103


Herb Nutterman, a long-time Trump Organization employee, unexpectedly becomes President Trump's White House chief of staff and finds himself entangled in Russian intrigue and leading the president's reelection campaign.

Bake America Great Again

Author: Kirsten Hall,Amber Gentry

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 168188321X

Category: Cooking

Page: 128

View: 8616


A collection of favorite recipes with patriotic themes, such as "We the people cookies" or Patriotic pretzels, that inspires us to consider what truly makes America great.

Making India Great Again

Author: Meeta Rajivlochan,M. Rajivlochan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1000194469

Category: Political Science

Page: 300

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How can India become a great country once again, is the question explored in this book. In the past, India had significant achievements in science, technology, mathematics and business. A failure to build robust institutional networks of information and trust and indifference of the state to business communities, brought all that crashing down within a generation. Many of these historical patterns persist till today. The ability to create wealth has everything to do with such networks. There was never any shortage of innovation in India. What was lacking was the ability to learn from their own experience. The building of learning networks and a learning ecosystem that could be used by people to leverage success – this is what is needed to unlock the huge talent pool that India possesses. This book addresses young, educated and aspiring Indians in different walks of life who are interested in contemporary issues relating to nation, society and economy. It puts forward some solutions to the problems that India faces. It would be of interest to anyone who would like to know how history can teach us to re-write the Indian growth story and to re-build a great nation. The book could also be used as reading material for students of history, political science, public administration, business administration, in under-graduate and post-graduate classes. Please note: This title is co-published with Manohar Publishers, New Delhi. Taylor & Francis does not sell or distribute the Hardback in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka

Making Sport Great Again

Author: David L. Andrews

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 303015002X

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 167

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Blending critical theory, conjunctural cultural studies, and assemblage theory, Making Sport Great Again introduces and develops the concept of uber-sport: the sporting expression of late capitalism’s conjoined corporatizing, commercializing, spectacularizing, and celebritizing forces. On different scales and in varying spaces, the uber-sport assemblage is revealed both to surreptitiously reinscribe the neoliberal preoccupation with consumption and to nurture the individualized consumer subject. Andrews further probes how uber-sport normalizes the ideological orientations and associate affective investments of the Trump assemblage’s authoritarian populism. Even as it articulates the regressive politicization of sport, Making Sport Great Again serves also as a call to action: how might progressives rearticulate uber-sport in emancipatory and actualizing political formations?

Make Taxes Great Again

Author: Patrice Tudor

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1546270957

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 86

View: 6941


WHY IT’S IMPERATIVE THAT YOU OWN THIS BOOK: Find out what is good, bad and ugly about the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act (TCJA) and how it will affect you. Breaks down the complicated tax laws into plain language tax tips that are simple and easy to understand. Brings clarity to the monumental tax reform Find out the importance of why you should conduct a paycheck checkup Discover how tax reform has impacted Unemployment, Employers and Businesses

Make Alaska Great Again

Author: Captain Henry Kroll

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1796070688

Category: Education

Page: 160

View: 3892


Alaskan’s are in grave danger. Make Alaska Great again is about making more land and resources available for Alaskan’s so that they are not 100% dependent on other states for everything. At the present time if Alaska misses two shipments of food from the lower states people will starve. What if a war or revolution starts in the lower forty-eight States or an EMP from the Sun, or extreme draught due to climate change or Yellowstone Volcano erupting destroys most of the food crops, no food will be shipped to Alaska. We can’t depend on Russia for aid. This book is about saving the state from a fate similar to Argentina where the government controls all the resources and sells them and wastes the money creating more government. Alaska’s current administration takes in more money per capita than any other state and uses the money to create more government. It needs to build a road to Nome like was planned during WWII to allow citizens access to resources. A ferry system to Russia would boost tourism and trade. We need to give up that childish Cold War and stop pointing nukes at each other. Mutually assured destruction is insane! Why keep on spending billions to maintain old junk that probably to rusty to detonate? Ask yourself what are we and our grandchildren going to do after the state destroys all the renewable resources and sells off the rest? Their track record of management of renewable resources speaks for itself...