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Author : Dominic Knight
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'This book has the biggest sales numbers ever. No other book comes close, period.' Sean Spicer 'Psst, want a copy of the Trumpedia audiobook? I taped the whole thing.' Michael Cohen 'The pages have good people on both sides.' Steve Bannon 'The president misspoke-he meant that he wouldn't like to read this book.' Sarah Huckabee Sanders ' ' Jared Kushner 'Every word is a lie, it's all true, and Trump should be locked up because he's innocent.' Rudy Giuliani 'Trumpedia makes me proud to be the wife of the first African-American president. Be best!' Melania Trump Covering Trumpian essentials like Mar-a-Lago, Kim Jong-Un, The Mooch, 'covfefe', Miss Universe, fast food and of course Vladimir Putin, among other trending topics, Trumpedia is packed with the 45th president's least favourite things - facts and jokes. Featuring his unlikely successes in television, wrestling and politics, along with disasters like Trump Vodka, Trump 'University' and Trump Child Incarceration, Trumpedia is a roller coaster ride from the absurd to the ridiculous to the genuinely disturbing. It's just like following Trump on Twitter.

The Real Trumpedia

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"The Real TRUMPEDIA: Definitions of the World According to Donald J. Trump" is an encyclopedia of every important thing based entirely on quotes of the man who said he has the best words--President Donald Trump. No book like "Trumpedia" has ever been made for other Presidents of the United States because no President has so much to say about so many things. The quotes are broken up into nine sections (PPPPEEMOO) so that you can find exactly the genial quotes you are looking for. Quotes also appear by topic in chronological order, so that you can see how Trump's opinions have changed over time. Regardless whether you love or hate him, you can now judge the man by his own words. This is a must-read before the November 2020 election.


Author : John Barron
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"The Real TRUMPEDIA: Definitions of the World According to Donald J. Trump" is an encyclopedia of every important thing based entirely on quotes of the man who has the best words--President Donald Trump. No book like "Trumpedia" has ever been made for other Presidents of the United States because no President has so much to say about so many things. The quotes are broken up into nine sections (PPPPEEMOO) so that you can find exactly the genial quotes you are looking for. Quotes also appear by topic in chronological order, so that you can see how Trump's opinions have changed over time. Regardless whether you love or hate him, you can now judge the man by his own words. This is a must-read before the November 2020 election.

Not One Normal Day

Author : Berl Falbaum
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Not One Normal Day is a compilation of more than 100 critical columns on Donald Trump which were published in Michigan newspapers. The columns start with his candidacy and cover Trump's administration through October 2019. The book points out that for four years we have had daily scandals, controversies, corruption and a president who, according to fact-checkers, has told some 13,500 lies during his 993 days in office --- roughly 13.5 lies a day. Former Michigan Governor Jennifer M. Granholm (2003-2011), said the book is a "must-read" and that "Berl Falbaum has given America a gift." Larry Dubin, law professor emeritus, University of Detroit Mercy, called Not One Normal Day an "important book written through the keen eye of a veteran reporter..." Sander M. (Sandy) Levin, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1983-2019), called the book "highly insightful." Not One Normal Day has received additional endorsements as well.

2020 Dictionary

Author : Dominic Knight
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2020 sucked. It's been a year of bushfires, floods, a recession, a global pandemic and Kanye West's presidential campaign. But it was also the year we all watched Hamilton, baked sourdough, had dinner parties on Zoom and drank constantly - okay, so maybe that wasn't such a great thing either. Amid the non-stop trauma, however, it's been a year of togetherness and community spirit - though mostly trauma. But as we limp towards 2021, it's time to look back at it all, and laugh. Because at least we all suffered through this year together. Not literally together - that was generally illegal. But we were side by side in our bubbles, all going through the same thing. The 2020 Dictionary is an invaluable record of all we learned in the year the world turned to sh*t, helpfully collected in alphabetical order, with jokes where appropriate, as well as in some places where they probably aren't. What They Said About This Book* The 2020 Dictionary will just disappear in the spring. Donald Trump I take full responsibility for blaming the health minister for this book. Daniel Andrews Stay six feet away from the book at all times. Dr Anthony Fauci This tome feels rather sesquipedalian. Boris Johnson This book is not allowed into Queensland unless it's playing footy. Annastacia Palaszczuk I've asked Angus Taylor to investigate burning this book as an energy source. Scott Morrison *These quotes are as real as hydroxychloroquine is effective against Covid

Strayan Dictionary

Author : Dominic Knight
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The most un-un-Australian dictionary ever created, The Strayan Dictionary is your indispensable guide to the native tongue of Warnie, Hawkie, Dame Nellie, Kylie (Minogue and Mole), Little Johnny, Barty and of course Boonie. More bonzer than a long weekend, as respectable as an underarm delivery and as easy to understand as 'yeah-nah-nah-yeah-nah', The Strayan Dictionary is guaranteed* to be as honest as a sickie, as useful as a beer snake and as unputdownable as a stubby, * This guarantee is a furphy (also defined within) 'One wishes one had learned Strayan instead of the Queen's English. This book is bloody grouse, cobber.' QUEEN ELIZABETH II 'How good is The Strayan Dictionary! How good is constantly saying "how good!"' SCOTT MORRISON 'Reading this thing is like being flogged with warm letters.' PAUL KEATING 'My quote was placed on this back cover without my knowledge.' GLADYS LIU 'I started reading The Strayan Dictionary, but I pulled out after a few pages.' BERNARD TOMIC 'This book was useless. I still don't know what "xenophobic" means.' PAULINE HANSON

Quotations from Chairman Trump

Author : Carol Pogash
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The essential wit and wisdom of President Trump: a compendium of things an actual US president actually said out loud to other people. President Donald J. Trump possesses a great sense of history and himself. A model statesman, he tweets every thought, and more. With one exception, he doesn’t suffer fools lightly. This little red book attempts to capture the great man’s philosophy on governance, democracy, terrorism, and his hair. The President’s words are preserved here―both as a public service and as a keepsake. Unfiltered. Unabridged. Unauthorized. Unbelievable. Sample quotes include: I’m, like, a really smart person. The Bible means a lot to me, but I don’t want to get into specifics. It has not been easy for me; and you know I started off in Brooklyn; my father gave me a small loan of a million dollars. While in politics it is often smart to send out false messages. As seen on MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews

Trade Reform

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means
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The Microscopy of Drinking water

Author : George Chandler Whipple
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London Medical Gazette

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This Is Not America

Author : Alan Friedman
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What has happened to America, and what's become of the American dream? Behind the self-confident image of world's most influential country, we now see a nation tearing itself apart. The United States may be arguably the world's only superpower, but its internal tensions are a symptom of suffering and division, a condition only exacerbated by the election of President Donald Trump. In this searing account, expatriate journalist Alan Friedman returns after thirty years in Europe and examines the real America through the mouths of its citizens. Set against the backdrop of the 2016 presidential election campaign and the inauguration of President Trump, Friedman tells a vivid story of terrible inequality - from the excesses of Wall Street to the grinding poverty of Mississippi - and explores the issues, from racism and gun control to Obamacare, that have polarised a nation. Drawing on his personal interviews with Trump and with Russia's President Putin, Friedman paints a detailed portrait of the new leader of the free world and explores the real risks of the Trump presidency for America and for the world. Dark and provocative, This Is Not America may just be the most important book of the year.


Author : Anthony Gribin
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Americans are becoming increasingly tribalistic. It's not just Republicans vs. Democrats, it's brown vs. white, college educated vs. blue collar folks, the coasts vs. the midwest, gay vs. straight, rich vs. poor, believers in science vs. non-believers, facts vs. fake news, sexual predators vs. me-too-ers, foreign businesses vs. American businesses, Trumpists vs. never Trumpers. Why?It's easy and convenient to blame President Trump, but he is more a catalyst than a cause of the problem. He is one of the factors that are outside of us as human beings, as is income inequality, immigration, racism and advancing technology. These exogenous causes of tribalism in their various forms occupy a huge slice of the daily news cycle.Most people, if presented with the phrase "echo chamber," will associate it with left- or right-leaning media networks (MSNBC and FOX respectively). Each side broadcasts news and opinions, over and over, that agrees with their slant, and ignores or underrepresents views that are opposed. And we humans not only passively inhale one-sided information, we actively seek out news which is consistent with what we believe and interact with people who agree with us, whether in real life or on social media. Time and repetition harden our views.But here's the wrinkle¿in general, how often do we change our minds about¿anything? Not often, and only with great difficulty. We hold beliefs that are extremely resistant to change, be they related to politics and religion, devotion to a sports team or musical genre, or even favorite cuisine or style of dress. The way we humans are wired, comprised of a nexus of beliefs or constructs, self-interest honed by evolution, and logical thinking, serve to make each of us fairly predictable and not very open to change. We are, each of us, our own unique one-off echo chamber.

How Political Actors Use the Media

Author : Peter Van Aelst
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This book investigates how individual politicians and political parties strategically make use of the media to reach their political goals. Looking beyond a purely Americentric viewpoint, the chapters present data from more than ten Western democracies to argue that the media are both a source of information and an arena for political communication. This double functional role of the media is examined from both a theoretical and an empirical perspective, including chapters dealing with different aspects of politics - from campaigning to law making - and within different political contexts. The role of the news media is discussed from the perspective of the political actor, focusing on both the opportunities and the constraints the news media provide, resulting in a multidisciplinary text that will appeal to students and scholars of both communication and political science.

Trumping Ethical Norms

Author : L. Sandy Maisel
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Questions of ethics and politics have a long tradition in the classroom as well as the political world. Those who act in the political realm—including the media, political strategists and consultants, educators, and religious leaders—are in professions for which a clear code of conduct or an accepted set of ethical norms exists. By contrast, Donald J. Trump, as candidate and as President, has upended the political and ethical context in which he and others operate. This book explores emerging ethical questions that face professionals interacting with a new executive order. Some say the age of Trump is unique and that the norms of ethical professional behavior must be bent to meet this challenge. Others maintain that responding to someone like Trump is precisely why their profession has ethical norms, and that they must put their judgments on hold and respond in what has always been deemed the appropriate professional manner. Each chapter opens with an introduction setting the framework of ethical analysis for a particular profession, is followed by original contributions by notable practitioners, and concludes with a set of questions for students and other readers to ponder and discuss.

Corruption Accountability and Discretion

Author : Nancy S. Lind
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This timely and insightful book provides the key elements needed to understand the nature and prevalence of corruption in public governance, as well as the devastating public policy consequences.

Metonymy and Word Formation

Author : Mario Brdar
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This book deals with the interplay between word-formation and metonymy. It shows that, like metaphor, metonymy interacts in important ways with morphological structure, but also warns us against a virtually unconstrained conception of metonymy. The central claim here is that word-formation and metonymy are distinct linguistic components that complement and mutually constrain each other. Using linguistic data from a variety of languages, the book provides ample empirical support for its thesis. It is much more than a systematic study of two neglected linguistic phenomena, for a long time thought to be unimportant by linguists. Through exposing and explaining the intricate interaction between metonymy and word formation from a cognitive linguistic perspective, the reader is presented with a sense of the amazing complexity of the development of linguistic systems. This book will be essential reading for scholars and advanced students interested in the role of figuration in grammar.

Lying in State

Author : Eric Alterman
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This definitive history of presidential lying reveals how our standards for truthfulness have eroded -- and why Trump's lies are especially dangerous. If there's one thing we know about Donald Trump, it's that he lies. But he's by no means the first president to do so. In Lying in State, Eric Alterman asks how we ended up with such a pathologically dishonest commander in chief, showing that, from early on, the United States has persistently expanded its power and hegemony on the basis of presidential lies. He also reveals the cumulative effect of this deception-each lie a president tells makes it more acceptable for subsequent presidents to lie-and the media's complicity in spreading misinformation. Donald Trump, then, represents not an aberration but the culmination of an age-old trend. Full of vivid historical examples and trenchant analysis, Lying in State is essential reading for anyone seeking to understand how we arrived in this age of alternative facts.

TV Launches 24 Hour News with CNN

Author : Michael Burgan
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On-point historical photographs combined with strong narration bring the story of CNN to life. Kids will learn how Ted Turner developed the idea of a 24/7 news network, which was unheard of at the time, as the Big Three networks devoted only half an hour a day to news, and cable was in its infancy. CNN changed the way news was delivered, and gave rise to the 24-hour news cycle on the internet as well as TV. Accompanying video will show readers CNN's early news coverage as well as current debates with the president.

Bully of Asia

Author : Steven W. Mosher
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THE ONCE AND FUTURE HEGEMON In a world bristling with dangers, only one enemy poses a truly mortal challenge to the United States and the peaceful and prosperous world that America guarantees. That enemy is China, a country that invented totalitarianism thousands of years ago whose economic power rivals our own that believes its superior race and culture give it the right to universal deference that teaches its people to hate America for standing in the way of achieving its narcissistic "dream" of world domination that believes in its manifest destiny to usher in the World of Great Harmony which publishes maps showing the exact extent of the nuclear destruction it could rain down on the United States Steven Mosher exposes the resurgent aspirations of the would-be hegemon–and the roots of China's will to domination in its five-thousand-year history of ruthless conquest and assimilation of other nations, brutal repression of its own people, and belligerence toward any civilization that challenges its claim to superiority. The naïve idealism of our "China hands" has lulled America into a fool's dream of "engagement" with the People's Republic of China and its "peaceful evolution" toward democracy and freedom. Wishful thinking, says Mosher, has blinded us to the danger we face and left the owlrd vulnerable to China's overweening ambitions. Mosher knows China as few Westerners do. Having exposed as a visiting graduate student the monstrous practice of forced abortions, he became the target of the regime's crushing retaliation. His encyclopedic grasp of China's history and its present-day politics, his astute insights, and his bracing realism are the perfect antidote for our dangerous confusion about the Bully of Asia.

QuarkXPress for Windows Inside Out

Author : Sybil Ihrig
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Teaches the basic operations and intermediate tasks of the the desktop publishing program in its Windows version, including designing and producing layouts and graphics for newletters, brochures, catalogs, books, and other projects. Original.