Free politics and current events Kindle books for 26 Apr 18

Survive! Make a Faraday Cage : A Prepperâ??s Guide

by Lorayne Miller

The world is under the threat of an EMP (electromagnetic pulse) attack. This book will explain how an EMP attack might happen and steps you can take to protect your electronics from getting fried. A faraday cage will protect your electronics from getting damaged. This book will show you step by step how to build one very easily.



Bad Choices Make Good Stories: The Heroin Scene in Fort Myers (How The Great American Opioid Epidemic of The 21st Century Began)

by Oliver Markus Malloy

A raw, uncensored and brutally honest glimpse into the crazy lives of drug addicted prostitutes. Shocking, heart-breaking and mesmerizing. Once you start reading, you won’t be able to stop.

Oliver moves from New York to Florida. Battling with depression, he gets sucked into the seedy underworld of Fort Myers, where he encounters a number of female drug addicts. He empathizes with them because of his own traumatic past. Oliver feels compelled to try to help them escape the addict lifestyle, but he soon finds out that he is in way over his head.



Stoicism: A Timeless Guide To Approach, Master And Meditate On The Art Of Stoicism Philosophy

by Bradley Jay Rogers

Stoicism is often misunderstood merely as enduring hardship without complaint, but this is a modern misconception.

The ancient stoics had a much more complex view of life and the world. In Stoicism we’ll look at the full story, including:

  • The history of the ancient stoics
  • The nature of good and evil, virtue and vice
  • The difference between the things we can control and the things we can’t
  • Living in the present while dealing with fears of the future
  • Logic and practical reasoning
  • Stoicisms role in the development of a new state of mind
  • Stoicisms role in the discovery of a new consciousness
  • How to hold to ancient beliefs in a modern society

We all want to live a good life. We want to do our part, enjoy life, and do some good in the world.

It sounds simpleâ??and in some sense it isâ??but tying the big picture to everyday life is often hard. We’re bombarded with images and stories about people who are more beautiful than us, richer than us, more famous than us. We face a world of human frailtiesâ??ours and othersâ??that often make life difficult and unpleasant.
But we get to decide who we are. We get to decide how we’re going to look at our mistakes. We get to decide how we’re going to look at the insults and injuries others inflict upon us. We get to decide what is important and what is not.

In this book, I explain how Stoicism is far richer and deeper than simply enduring hardship without complaint and provides a roadmap for applying classic Stoic principles in a modern world.

My comprehensive guide is an exploration of Stoicism in clear and common language suitable for non-academic audiences, while also providing a practical guide for living your best life. In it, you’ll learn how to prioritize the things you can control. You’ll learn how to acknowledge insult, injury, and your own past mistakes without letting them dictate your actions.
The guide will help you approach life with confidence and achieve a sense of tranquility in what can often be a hectic and disorienting world.

This book will help you be the best version of yourself.



Thomas Aquinas: Powerful Quotes, Fun Facts, and Historical Background

by Ferdinand Jives

A Catholic who put things into perspective when philosophical ideas were at an all-time low.

The Italian philosopher, Thomas Aquinas, has had a major impact on Christian theology, the up rise of Scholasticism, and the Roman Catholic Church. His “Summa Theologica” and other works are renowned, and they emphasize the five pieces of evidences that God exists. To get a basic understanding of this deep thinker, we will touch on topics such as:

Some of the most inspiring quotes from Thomas Aquinas’ works.

Interesting side notes and Aquinas’ historical background.

The Marian prayer.

Philosophical ideas and reasoning of this 13th Century theologist.

References to Aquinas’ books, as well as the explanation of the “natural law.”

And much more!

With all the agnostic philosophers around, an interesting perspective should be respectively acknowledged by a man who truly believed in God’s existence and the logic of proving the same.



Freedom of the Few: The True Story of the Take Back Bandit – Canada’s Most Prolific Bank Robber (Crimes Canada: True Crimes That Shocked the Nation Book 17)

by Ray Lawinger

So you think you can escape the system?

Thirteen-year-old Ray Lawinger certainly thought he could. He was still young enough to believe that he could attain the coveted freedom of the fewâ??still naïve enough to think he could live on the edge. He was wrong.

For most of the next 28 years, Ray spent his days in and out of some of the most notorious prisons in Canada, including the infamous Millhaven Maximum Security and Collins Bay, also known as the Gladiator School. He wasn’t big and strong at first, but he was crafty and survived his days spent in these gladiator arenas only to emerge smarter and more savvy. From a foiled and folly of an escape attempt to being stabbed and stitching himself back up, his luck ran the gamut.

In an endearingly funny but unapologetically gritty tale of the many fantastic adventures of Canada’s most prolific bank robber, Ray takes us on his journey of freedom, loss, and new hope as he struggles to reconcile his own values with the sometimes equally crooked interests of an indifferent justice system. Will he be able to leave the convoluted and complex system relatively unscathed? Can he escape the trap of the freedom of the few, beat the odds and finally survive on the outside? As the final survivor, a happy ending may finally be in store for him.

This is a full-length book over 300 pages



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