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By Susan Savion
Though Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton are well-known historical names, that of Matilda Joslyn Gage usually evokes the response, “Who?” Yet, this amazing woman contributed equally for many years as part of a triumvirate with Anthony and Stanton. Matilda was involved in the women’s movement from 1852 until her death in 1898. She became a noted speaker and writer on woman’s suffrage. She was born in upstate New York to an abolitionist family. Indeed, her childhood home and her later long-time Greek Revival home (now a museum dedicated to her) in Fayetteville, New York, were both stops on the Underground Railroad. She was best known for her feminist and suffragist activities, but she was “written out of history” for many years, because she was considered by her peers to be too radical in all she proposed to accomplish. Inspired by the Haudenosaunee women who were her neighbors and who adopted her into their Mohawk wolf clan, she was determined to gain the rights of property ownership, governance and equality of power for her 19th century sisterhood. She fought for the rights of Native Americans and enslaved persons and anyone else impacted by government control. She had a life-long desire for justice and equality for all and was connected to the ideas of Theosophy and Unitarianism. This moved her to take on the inequality of women in religious institutions, which deemed her in the eyes of her contemporaries as too radical. Along with Stanton, Gage published The Woman’s Bible. Her book, Women, Church and State was deemed as “going too far” by many. She championed women inventors and was the inspiration behind her son-in-law L. Frank Baum’s 14 Oz books. You will find her immensely quotable!$2.99–$29.99
Shine Time: A Complete Guide for a Fabulous Party
Whether you are a professional wedding planner, a bride-to-be looking for ideas and inspiration, or just someone who wants to throw a fabulous party, this guide is your blueprint for organizing a storybook event.$2.99–$39.99
Snowman Jacks and Rabbit Tracks
If you have ever needed encouragement from friends to begin a major project, you will relate to the main character. If you are a parent, you will understand the importance of support and invitation to try something new.
Snowman Jacks wants to explore and have fun, but he does not believe he can run. Because Jacks does not believe in himself, he is afraid to try, even though a friend encourages him repeatedly. Jacks’s desire grows stronger and stronger until he decides to
About the Author:
Margaret Smolik is a professional copyeditor and author. Her poetry has been published in Lyrical Iowa, and her memoir, Like a Haystack, is an interesting account of her family’s experiences as refuges in Europe during WWII. She earned BS and MS degrees from Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa, and taught secondarylevel English and writing and collegelevel composition. She and her husband raised four children. Currently living in Osage, Iowa, she is an active member of her community and local writer’s club.$8.50
The Communication Gap: Breaking the Cosmic Communication Barrier
Breaking the cosmic communication barrier is breaking the constricted barrier of the dual mind. Have you ever wondered why there are those who have ears that hear not and eyes that see not? It is evident that it’s not enough to simply hear or see things, for there is something missing when one simply does that.
By breaking the barrier of the dual mind, we come to see and not see at the same time, and to hear and not hear at the same time. We come to have ears that hear and eyes that see. This is why the deaf are said to hear and the blind are said to see.$13.23
The Fruitful Prayer Life
Prayer is fundamental to the life of faith. At the heart of prayer is intimate fellowship with God. Yet many seem to view prayer as just another religious activity to engage in, not really knowing whether God will answer or not.
In this book, Pastor McClinton E. Porter provides many thought-provoking insights and practices that will create a desire in you to develop a lifestyle of consistent communion and fellowship with God. The contents are presented in a conversational tone and practical manner that makes prayer “doable” and perceives God as approachable, not austere and condemning.
Some of the topics addressed in this volume are:
- Prayer and Faith
- The Covenant Names of God in Prayer
- Prayer and Worship
- Prayer in the Spirit
Use this book for yourself and then with a small group, encouraging others to find this place of prayer. One of the disciples who observed Jesus’ prayer life asked Him, “Lord, teach us to pray…” With God’s help, Rev. Porter is doing just that and you can continue to do likewise for others. The anticipated result is a “Fruitful Prayer Life.”
About the author:
McClinton Elliott Porter was ordained into the gospel ministry in August 1998. Subsequent, to his ordination, he served as an associate pastor at Maranatha Church in Chicago, Illinois until 2015. Shortly thereafter, McClinton launched and became senior pastor of Revival Outreach Ministries International.
Since receiving Christ in February of 1992, McClinton has had a heart for the lost and disenfranchised. Throughout the years he has consistently engaged in ministry to the homeless and incarcerated, having regularly ministered the gospel to inmates at the Cook County Jail in Chicago from 1994 through 2013. Additionally, McClinton served as Assistant Executive Director of a community-based nonprofit organization that provided housing, educational, life skills, mental health, and recreational services to Chicago’s at-risk inner-city youth.
McClinton holds a Diploma in Theological Studies from Oral Roberts University Midwest School of Theology and Ministry in Tinley Park, IL, a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Roosevelt University in Chicago, Illinois, and a Master of Science degree in Nonprofit Management from Spertus Institute, also in Chicago, Illinois.
In addition to his role as senior pastor, McClinton is focused on providing practical, instructional material to the Body of Christ to help facilitate spiritual growth and development. His first publication is entitled “Manifestation of the Sons of God.” McClinton has ministered at various churches throughout the Chicago area and provides management consultation for nonprofit organizations and ministries, primarily focusing on governance, capacity building, resource development and leadership development.
McClinton resides in Chicago with his wife Tammie and their children.$2.99–$9.99
By Tommy Castle
The author is writing this book to let you know how the legal process is supposed to work. Stories been told that the system is corrupt. If you don’t believe in the process, if the system is abused and we must stop blaming what is written to reveal who are abusing the law.$2.99–$11.96
The Second Connecticut Compromise: Justice System Breakdown in the Constitution State
I have long felt proud (and lucky) to be an American Citizen. One of the sources of that pride had been America’s reputation for the wholesome administration of justice. However, long after I qualified as a senior citizen I was shocked to discover what I identify as a “Widespread and Callous Indifference to the Realization of Justice among those Responsible for the Administration of Justice” in my own world. Our Scales of Justice are Out of Whack!
My late-in-life education relating to this serious social disorder followed from my extensive personal engagement with justice administration operatives ranging from an unranked police officer through to a State Supreme Court Justice while touching every station in between. I am persuaded that my fellow citizens should become aware that this sorry situation can be real. That’s what this vigorous book is all about.
I seek with this book to expose shortcomings in justice administration practice that l have personally observed to be neither uncommon, nor insubstantial, nor generally acknowledged within the justice administration culture, nor widely recognized outside it. My ultimate goal is to motivate or provoke (or embarrass) justice administration practitioners into more seriously contemplating the unfortunate impact of justice administration indifference on the actual realization of justice and to promote justice administration practices that better foster the realization of justice. My book includes several simple specific proposals for re-tuning justice administration practice.
How My Mission Started — Late on Christmas Eve, 2002 a huge thug who hated my guts with a passion broke into my standing car (with me in the driver’s seat), robbed two traffic control cones I was transporting and, in an ensuing tantrum, assaulted my car with the cones he robbed. Unbeknownst to me at the scene the thug induced the abusive, gullible, responding police officer, with whom he had negotiated two hours earlier, to ultimately charge me with hitting the thug with my car. That rogue policeman gave me no hint of that intention at the scene and forcibly prevented me from engaging witnesses at the scene.
My Continuing Education — That was the first in a systemic series of five justice system breakdowns, all instigated by the same thug, that introduced me, late in life, to that “Widespread and Callous Indifference” I cited above. This awareness followed from my extensive personal engagement with justice administration operatives ranging from rogue cop to State Supreme Court Justice.
My Remedial Proposals — My exposures and assessments thereof ultimately led me to propose to Connecticut’s nine-judge Rules Committee of the Superior Court some very simple modifications to judicial administration practice that I’m persuaded would significantly reduce the likelihood that other socially competent but judicially naive parties would have their welfare compromised by justice administration shortfalls as did I.
However, I encountered a dedicated indifference in all parts of the system, conspicuously including the robed contingents, assignable in my judgment to what I have classified as the Royal Priesthood Syndrome. My specific relevant experience took place in the State of Connecticut but I sense that the cited Syndrome is cultural and, to one degree or another, impacts the administration of justice throughout the nation.
A Stunning Discovery — My associated research has exposed the startling fact that the very organization of Connecticut’s judicial operations is INconsistent with the state’s constitution even though Connecticut claims, on its auto license plates, to be the “Constitution State”!
But nobody seems to givadamn! My personal exposures have convinced me that remedial measures will never spontaneously arise from within the system, itself. System folk seem content with their lot with no one wanting to rock the boat. Improvement will have to be provoked from outside the system.
About the Bio
About Me — I am, by inclination, education and long-time practice, an engineer (BSME MIT 1946) with a passion for precise, lucid, technical reporting. I have spent the bulk of my professional life in the space and defense business, contributing significant literature to the technical trades, and I’m proud to be responsible for several significant technical innovations in the field (I hold an Air-Force sponsored patent on a Space Vehicle Landing Gear).
Late in my professional career I “switched gears” and served for a quarter century as the engineering half of an Architecture & Engineering partnership.
Throughout my career I’ve had a passion for precision and virtue and I have here sought to apply that disposition to communicating an important story to my neighbors with readable prose backed up by extensive, verbatim reproductions of actual relevant correspondence between myself and justice system parties.
I pray for your serious attention.$2.99–$19.99
Have you ever wondered how we age and why we get sick? Trafficking, the third book in a trilogy that includes Hazing Aging and Rejuvenation!, exposes the chronic inflammatory underworld and how it does its dirty business to transform end organ interstitial spaces into a sea of diseases. The book clarifies how this transition is evoked, how it disables the signaling apparatus of the protective capillary cells, and then proceeds to dismantle all of the cells within the interstitial space that capillaries are friendly to. In the end, after mission accomplished, the interstitial space footprint now belongs to chronic inflammation and the anti-organ. In this final apocalypse, capillary cells have long since stopped dancing, and their feedback loop signals to the allied partners have been replaced by rogue influences. White blood cells, cytokines, platelets, and immunoglobulins within the darkened corners of end organ interstitial spaces now belong to chronic inflammation. The interstitial spaces becomes barren and lifeless as we no it. A perfect backdrop for disease venues, pain, fatigue and aging. It is not too long afterword, that the end organ takes a slit to the throat.$2.99–$35.82
What Is In Your Hand?
What is in Your Hand? – Martha Kinney
Moses led the nation of Israel from slavery to their promised land with just a shepherd’s staff.
As common as it appeared, that staff contained hidden powers that accomplished great things, from defeating the greatest magicians of Egypt to bringing water from a rock. Like Moses, each of us possess powers we may not even recognize though they are within us. All we need to do is recognize what we have in our hand.
About the Author:
Martha resides in the mountain community of Lake Arrowhead with her husband of 45 years. After
raising four children they now enjoy their eleven grandchildren. From home educating to working with people around the world she has discovered people’s personal dreams are the same; regardless of country or culture.
Martha’s goal in writing is to help people discover the abilities they already possess. She aims to make life’s universal laws easy to understand and apply in practical ways.$2.99–$8.31