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The 5000 Year Leap by W. Cleon Skousen Summary

This is the best selling Original Authorized Edition regularly featured by Glenn Beck to Fox TV viewers as a Must Read. The 5000 Year Leap will take you by the hand as you discover the ideals of the Founding Fathers and their 28 principles for success. The values explored in detail by Dr. Skousen range from the Founders prerequisite that the Constitution was designed for a moral people, to a government empowered by the people with checks and balances, along with an understanding of the critical nature of fiscal responsibility and family values. This book sums up the secrets to what James Madison called a miracle. During the last 26 years of Dr. Skousen's life he continued his extensive study of the constitution and founding values. He kept his original copy of The Five Thousand Year Leap with him and would write notes in the margins and on envelops andn note cards of the refinements and updates he wished to add to the book. This Edition includes those refinements and updates.

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This is the best selling Original Authorized Edition regularly featured by Glenn Beck to Fox TV viewers as a Must Read. The 5000 Year Leap will take you by the hand as you discover the ideals of the Founding Fathers and their 28 principles for success. The values explored in detail by Dr. Skousen range from the Founders prerequisite that the Constitution was designed for a moral people, to a government empowered by the people with checks and balances, along with an understanding of the critical nature of fiscal responsibility and family values. This book sums up the secrets to what James Madison called a miracle. During the last 26 years of Dr. Skousen's life he continued his extensive study of the constitution and founding values. He kept his original copy of The Five Thousand Year Leap with him and would write notes in the margins and on envelops andn note cards of the refinements and updates he wished to add to the book. This Edition includes those refinements and updates.

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The Five Thousand Year Leap by W. Cleon Skousen Summary

The Founding Fathers of the United States of America created the first free people in modern times. They wrote a new kind of Constitution which is now the oldest in existence. They built a new kind of commonwealth designed as a model for the whole human race. They believed it was thoroughly possible to create a new kind of civilization; giving freedom, equality, and justice to all. The Founders created a new cultural climate that gave wings to the human spirit. They built a free-enterprise culture to encourage industry and prosperity. They gave humanity the needed ingredients for a gigantic 5,000-year leap in which more progress has been made in the past 200 years than all of prior recorded human history. All of this came about because of 28 basic principles the Founders discovered, upon which all free nations must be built in order to succeed. This eBook includes the original index, footnotes, table of contents and page numbering from the printed format, and also new illustrations.

The Five Thousand Year Leap: 28 Ideas that Changed the World

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The Five Thousand Year Leap will take you by the hand as you discover the ideals of the Founding Fathers and their 28 principles for success. The values explored in detail by Dr. Skousen range from the Founder's prerequisite that the Constitution was designed for a moral people, to a government empowered by the people with checks and balances, along with an understanding of the critical nature of fiscal responsibility and family values. This book sums up the secrets to what James Madison called a miracle. Revised, 30 Year Anniversary Edition. During the last 26 years of Dr. Skousen's life he continued his extensive study of the constitution and founding values. He kept his original copy of The Five Thousand Year Leap with him and would write notes in the margins and on envelops and note cards of the refinements and updates he wished to add to the book. This new 30 Year Anniversary Edition includes those refinements and updates. NEW in 2009! THE Five Thousand Year Leap 30 Year Anniversary Edition with Glenn Beck’s Foreword! No other edition offers the revisions and updates of this remarkable book detailing how the Founding Fathers used 28 principles to create a 5000 year leap in freedom, prosperity, and progress; all based upon morality, faith, and ethics.

La fille aux sept noms

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«Quand on quitte la Corée du Nord, on ne quitte pas un pays mais plutôt une autre galaxie. Je sais que je n’en serai jamais vraiment libérée où que j’aille.» Hyeonseo a passé son enfance en Corée du Nord, piégée comme des millions d’autres par l’une des plus secrètes et brutales dictatures. Elle grandit dans la ville de Hyesan près d’une rivière qui trace une frontière naturelle avec la Chine, un autre monde insaisissable. Au milieu des années 1990, la famine s’abat sur le pays. Chaque jour témoin de la répression et de la pauvreté, elle comprend que sa patrie ne peut être «le meilleur des mondes» qu’on lui vante depuis toujours.À 17 ans, au coeur de l’hiver, Hyeonseo décide de traverser la rivière gelée. Elle ne peut imaginer alors qu’elle ne reverra pas les siens avant longtemps. C’est un voyage sans retour. Elle apprend à survivre clandestinement en Chine, échappant à la police et aux trafi quants, grâce à un esprit de débrouillardise et une témérité incroyables. Douze ans plus tard, et presque autant de vies, elle revient à la frontière pour une mission plus périlleuse encore: faire sortir du pays sa mère et son frère et les conduire jusqu’en Corée du Sud... « Hyeonseo témoigne du lourd tribut humain résultant de l’inaction du monde vis-à-vis de la Corée du Nord. Envers et contre tout, elle s’est échappée, a survécu, et a eu le courage de parler. » Samantha Power, représentante permanente des États-Unis à l’ONU. Traduit de l’anglais par Carole Hanna

Ratburger

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Zoé a onze ans, elle vit tout en haut d'une tour HLM avec un père très déprimé et une belle-mère terriblement paresseuse. En fait, Zoé a mille raisons d'être mécontente, mais la mort suspecte de son hamster la désole plus que tout. Aussi, lorsqu'elle découvre dans sa chambre Armitage, un bébé rat, elle décide de ne plus s'en séparer. Mais cacher un rat n'est pas chose facile, surtout si l'horrible Tina, tyran de l'école, surveille vos moindres faits et gestes, et que l'ignoble Burt, vous poursuit pour transformer votre animal chéri en ... hamburger. Zoé est prête à tout pour lui échapper et pour sauver Armitage. Contre toute attente, c'est auprès de son père qu'elle trouve le soutien dont elle a besoin. Et tous deux vont s'attaquer de façon spectaculaire à la monstrueuse entreprise de Burt qui massacre les rats pour en faire de la viande à Hamburger... A partir de 8 ans

Les Sept morts d'Evelyn Hardcastle

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Mixez Agatha Christie, Downton Abbey et Un jour sans fin... voilà le roman le plus divertissant de l'année. Lauréat du prestigieux Costa Award, le premier roman de Stuart Turton est à la fois un formidable jeu de l'esprit et un régal de lecture. Ce soir à 11 heures, Evelyn Hardcastle va être assassinée. Qui, dans cette luxueuse demeure anglaise, a intérêt à la tuer ? Aiden Bishop a quelques heures pour trouver l'identité de l'assassin et empêcher le meurtre. Tant qu'il n'est pas parvenu à ses fins, il est condamné à revivre sans cesse la même journée. Celle de la mort d'Evelyn Hardcastle. Prêt pour un plaisir de lecture comme vous n'en avez pas connu depuis longtemps ? Plongez dans ce labyrinthe des délices. Chaque personnage, chaque recoin obscur de la maison cache un mystère. Chaque page ou presque offre un rebondissement inattendu. Et il y a 500 pages.

Writings of an American Mother in 2010: Principles of the Founding Fathers and Current Issues

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Writings of an American Mother in 2010: Principles of the Founding Fathers and Current Issues by Mary E. Ali Summary

As I progressed on my leadership training through Lamp: The Institute for Leadership in Physical Therapy, . . . I ran into some resistance in completing my I ILP project . . . there must be something about leadership that I was not getting. So, I went to my plan B. What Leader or Leaders would I like to have dinner with and get into their brains and hearts? Humm. . . . the Founding Fathers of the United States of America . . . for they created a new unique government! Dr. W. Cleon Skousen published The Five Thousand Year leap: A Miracle That Changed the World. This book is easy to read and brought the confusion of politics into clear focus. Dr. Skousen said many times that the Founder's success formula would solve nearly every problem we have in America today. Really? Can any knowledge be more helpful to the rising generation of Leaders in America? The purpose of my book, The Writings of an American Mother in 2010 . . . is to encourage people to review our past, our history as a country, the 28 Principles of our Founding Fathers and how they relate to current issues. . . . then develop your own viewpoint through critical thinking and doing your own homework . . . becoming an Active American Citizen! Show More Show Less

How to Save the Constitution

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How to Save the Constitution by Paul B. Skousen,W. Cleon Skousen Summary

Our Founding Fathers’ vision for America is under attack—and you can save it. America is a nation unique in the world, a government born under the radical idea of working for the people—not just for a powerful few. Our blueprint? The U.S. Constitution, a brilliant framework of common-sense rules necessary for self-governance. It works no matter which political party is in power. But for more than 150 years, the moral code upon which the Constitution was built has suffered neglect and decay. Millions of Americans have watched this unraveling and longed for a way to stop it. Now that way is here. Follow bestselling authors Paul B. Skousen and Cleon W. Skousen (The Naked Communist) as they guide you through the Constitution, the ways in which its core tenets are faltering, and the direct path necessary to restore them. Along the way, you’ll find review questions and memory tricks to familiarize yourself with the crucial pillars of the American republic, such as the Framers’ 28 great ideas for true liberty, the role of personal responsibility, and the basics of “People’s Law.” How to Save the Constitution is for those who know the United States is in trouble and want to help before it’s too late. Saving our Constitution is the greatest gift this generation could possibly give to the next. Let’s get started! Praise for How to Save the Constitution "It serves as an important foundation piece: a starting point providing a simple overview of the reasons, principles, importance, and ideas of a sound democratic government." —D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review "I feel this work would prove an excellent resource in current governmental and political debates in universities and classrooms, particularly for its strict attention to detail in the original historical intentions of the development of policy and law for the independent United States of America."—K.C. Finn, editor, Readers' Favorite

How the South was won and the nation lost

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How the South was won and the nation lost by Philipp Adorf Summary

The 2016 presidential election has shown that the Republican Party is at a crossroads. While a Trump candidacy took even the most seasoned political analysts by surprise, the rise of racially charged anti-elitism within the Grand Old Party has been an ongoing project for the last half a century, initiated and deliberately driven by its leaders and strategists who identified the former Confederacy as the foundation for conservative majorities. This book charts the path of the party’s ever increasing Southernization and simultaneous Evangelicalization while providing a detailed assessment of the GOP’s future chances of fashioning majorities in a country that is undergoing momentous demographic changes.

Bartiméus. L'Anneau de Salomon

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Pris par un de ses célèbres accès de colère, Bartiméus mange le magicien qu'il est censé servir ! C'est Asmira, une jeune mercenaire aussi débrouillarde que téméraire qui le sauve, et voilà l'irascible djinn à ses ordres. Ce qui n'est pas de tout repos car la jeune femme est censée voler l'anneau magique du roi Salomon puis l'assassiner ! Heureusement, l'humour et la ruse de Bartiméus, obligé d'aider Asmira, sont aussi grands que les châtiments qui l'attendent ! À partir de 13 ans « En matière de pur divertissement, ce roman est quasiment imbattable. Si vous n'avez lu aucun des volumes précédents, commencez par celui-ci puis recommandez-le à tous vos amis. C'est aussi bien que ça. » Books for keeps « Enlevé, ludique et lyrique, ce livre délicieusement impertinent est un pur plaisir. » Costa Book Awards

America the Beautiful

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America the Beautiful by Ben Carson, M.D. Summary

What is America becoming? Or, more importantly, what can she be if we reclaim a vision for the things that made her great in the first place? In the Zondervan ebook, America the Beautiful, Dr. Ben Carson helps us learn from our past in order to chart a better course for our future. From his personal ascent from inner-city poverty to international medical and humanitarian acclaim, Carson shares experiential insights that help us understand … what is good about America … where we have gone astray … which fundamental beliefs have guided America from her founding into preeminence among nations Written by a man who has experienced America’s best and worst firsthand, America the Beautiful is at once alarming, convicting, and inspiring. You’ll gain new perspectives on our nation’s origins, our Judeo-Christian heritage, our educational system, capitalism versus socialism, our moral fabric, healthcare, and much more. An incisive manifesto of the values that shaped America’s past and must shape her future, America the Beautiful calls us all to use our God-given talents to improve our lives, our communities, our nation, and our world.

Pamphlets

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Pamphlets by Frdric Bastiat,édéric Bastiat Summary

Dans un style très direct, ces pamphlets de Frédéric Bastiat manient les comparaisons pédagogiques et les fables satiriques. Ils débusquent les principaux mythes ou sophismes entretenus autour de l'État (cette grande fiction à travers laquelle tout le monde s'efforce de vivre aux dépens de tout le monde), du socialisme (la spoliation légale), de la richesse (le profit de l'un est le profit de l'autre), de la solidarité (il m'est tout à fait impossible de concevoir la Fraternité légalement forcée, sans que la Liberté soit légalement détruite, et la Justice légalement foulée aux pieds), de l'impôt, de l'interventionnisme, etc.

Daily Skeptic 2016

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Daily Skeptic 2016 by Cody Scott Summary

The Daily Skeptic is a blog dedicated to investigating news articles, science, religion, politics, history articles, and book reviews. This book is a collection of those essays from 2016 with topics ranging from the 2016 election, to social unrest, to book reviews and historical investigation.

Factfulness

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Nous nous croyons rationnels et informés. Ce n’est pas le cas. Nous nous trompons systématiquement, quel que soit notre niveau d’études, y compris – peut-être même plus – sur les sujets que nous croyons bien connaître. Mais, comme le met au jour Hans Rosling, statisticien de génie et star des conférences TED, les raisons pour lesquelles nous nous trompons sont toujours les mêmes! Hérité d’un ancestral instinct de survie, c’est le fonctionnement même de notre cerveau qui nous induit en erreur : • En nous incitant à chercher un coupable à tout phénomène • En résumant la plupart des problèmes en une stérile opposition binaire • En nous intimant de réagir dans l’urgence(confondant ainsi peur et danger) • En étant facilement ébloui par les gros chiffres • En dramatisant à l’excès (et en adorant ça)... Ce livre nous apprend à repérer les situations où nos biais de pensée déforment notre vision des choses. Indispensable pour comprendre le monde tel qu’il est, Factfulness permet de prendre, enfin, la saine habitude de ne fonder son opinion que sur des faits.

La dernière réunion des filles de la station service

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Après Beignets de Tomates Vertes et Miss Alabama et ses petits secrets, le nouveau roman de Fannie Flagg. Point Clear, Alabama. Après avoir marié la dernière de ses filles, Sookie Poole aspire à un repos bien mérité. Elle aimerait se consacrer enfin à elle, à son couple, faire avec Earle, son mari, les voyages dont elle rêve. Mais elle doit encore compter avec sa mère, l'incroyable Lenore Simmons Krackenberry qui, à 88 ans, épuise les infirmières à domicile les unes après les autres. Si certains de ses coups d'éclat récents peuvent laisser penser qu'elle souffre de démence sénile, le diagnostic n'est pas aisé à établir car, toute sa vie, son comportement a été des plus excentriques. Le jour où un mystérieux interlocuteur révèle à Sookie un secret de famille parfaitement inattendu, son existence vole en éclats, à commencer par ses rapports avec sa mère. Afin de comprendre qui elle est vraiment, Sookie va alors se mettre sur la piste d'une femme exceptionnelle, Fritzi, qui, en 1940, tenait avec ses trois sœurs une station-service dans le Wisconsin. Le destin incroyable de Fritzi donnera-t-il à Sookie une nouvelle inspiration pour sa propre vie ? Fannie Flagg met ici en scène deux femmes, Sookie et Fritzi, qui, à quelques décennies d'intervalle, vont devoir se réinventer. Connaisseuse aguerrie des pleins et des déliés de la destinée, elle nous offre une nouvelle fois un roman au charme fou, à la fois tendre, touchant, comique et riche en retournements.

Prophecy and Modern Times

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Prophecy and Modern Times by W. Cleon Skousen Summary

Have you ever wondered what the ancient prophets had to say about the modern world? How to apply the messages of the scriptures to your own life? What the true purpose of prophecy is? Find these answers and more in Prophecy and Modern Times, a brief but powerful exploration of six millennia worth of prophecies about society today.

Histoire d'un Allemand

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Histoire d'un Allemand by Sebastian Haffner Summary

Rédigée en 1939 et publiée à titre posthume en 2000, cette chronique saisissante de l'instauration du nazisme s'est enrichie de cinq chapitres inédits retrouvés en 2002. Le talent d'un historien au service d'une indignation lucide. Plus de 500 000 exemplaires vendus en Allemagne.

I'm Just Saying

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I'm Just Saying by Ronald L. Clark Summary

The contents of this book are a compilation of short commentaries about politics and life in general. These commentaries are presented in chronological order, beginning with the latest (August 2010), and ending with the earliest (June 2008). The objective of the commentaries is to foster a new awareness for the reader by being exposed to new and different ways of looking at and understanding some of the things that affect us all everyday. At the very least, the views, opinions and ideas presented herein should be a refreshing departure from the fare offered by the mass media and their established "talking heads and columnists." It is the opinion of the author that the mass media commentary we all are subjected to on a daily basis is not necessarily relevant to the large majority of citizens because they are made by those who rarely share the same stress of living that most of us do in our everyday lives. So, it is the sincere aspiration of the author that a new awareness and perspective about politics and life in general will result upon reading these humble offerings. Ronald L Clark was born in Indianapolis, Indiana and is the father of four children. Most of his professional years have been involved in design engineering for the United States Navy. He is the holder of a number of patents and was the Science and Technology leader at the Naval Air Warfare Center that featured a technical career that highlights system engineering as the most rewarding of his technical endeavors. He is an avid sailor and still enjoys hitting the links when the sun is shining brightly.