The Principles of Republican Conservatism

Overview

The past few years have set precedence for non-communication and cooperation between the Executive Office, The House and The Senate.

This book focuses on the Republican agenda to achieve future objectives with bipartisan cooperation to resolve the complex issues of the Economy, Unemployment, the Deficit, Foreign Policy, Military Operations in Afghanistan / Iraq, Arms Control, Immigration, Counter Terrorism, Spying (NSA), Syria / Iran / North Korea Sanctions, Piracy, Climate ...

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Overview

The past few years have set precedence for non-communication and cooperation between the Executive Office, The House and The Senate.

This book focuses on the Republican agenda to achieve future objectives with bipartisan cooperation to resolve the complex issues of the Economy, Unemployment, the Deficit, Foreign Policy, Military Operations in Afghanistan / Iraq, Arms Control, Immigration, Counter Terrorism, Spying (NSA), Syria / Iran / North Korea Sanctions, Piracy, Climate Change, Human Interests, Education, Energy, Infrastructure, Poverty / Welfare, Gender Equality, Women's Issues, Human Trafficking, Diplomatic Security, Narcotics and Law Enforcement and other issues.

NOTE: THIS IS A PARODY BOOK. In keeping with The Principals of Republican Conservatism, the pages are blank. And of course, we have a companion book--- The Strategic Plans of Liberal Democrats.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780986057830
  • Publisher: Binary Publications
  • Publication date: 7/17/2014
  • Pages: 50
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul Burke has a long history in the collectibles market. He launched Stabur Publishing in the 1980s and was the principle of Cartoonists Across America. He was also the producer with Stan Lee of Comic Book Greats before moving on to the toy market serving as co-founder and COO of McFarlane Toys with Todd McFarlane. He is currently the co-publisher of Binary Publications.

In addition to Cracked and Crazy, Kent Gamble is the artist for the series of books written by Len Berman, "And Nobody got Hurt!" which features the weirdest and wackiest true sport stories. Kent has also illustrated a number of Texas themed books including: Rave On; Read My Lips; and Til the Fat Lady Sings. He has also released The Touchables, a comic strip series about a mob boss who is ruled by his own boss at home...also from Binary Publishing.

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