Against all odds, President Donald J. Trump was able to defeat every single rival for the GOP nomination, competing against the brightest minds in the political field. He was able to pull off the biggest political upset of this century and became the 45th President of The United States. He is also the only individual in U.S. history to be elected president without ever having held public office or served in the military.
The accomplishments of President Trump during the first three years at the White House have been impressive to say the least and deserve much praise. Under tremendous pressure, while being attacked from all sides, by republicans, independents and democrats, including the press, he has shown an incredible quality which very few personalities possess, which is the will to take care of business, under any circumstances, and get the job done no matter what.
While serving in office, President Trump has continuously delivered for the American people to put "America First" both at home and abroad. He has appointed an amazing number of conservative justices to our federal courts, he has provided the largest tax cuts for working American families in American history, he has combated ISIS on all fronts and is committed to secure our nation.
In addition, he has been able to accomplish a lot more but the press and most of the major broadcasting networks have not reported it because it is not in their agenda. His critics and opponents will continue to block this information out as much as they can. They will try to take him out by impeaching him because they cannot beat him with the fact that his achievements on a short period of time have been outstanding in all departments.
This book will enlighten and inform you of what this President has accomplished in the first three years of his presidency as "Commander In Chief" by giving you the facts. You cannot diminish or deny the truth. The bottom line is that facts do matter. You will learn how one man has defied the odds and has made "The United States Of America" the envy of all countries. "Defying All Odds" is an example of what one man can do under extreme pressure when he puts his mind into it and what the power of determination is regardless of your political preference.
The Information provided in this book is truthful, unbiased, factual and consistent. It is geared toward providing exact and reliable information about the accomplishments of President Donald Trump in the first three years at the White House.
This is the second of a five volume series called "Texts That Made History". As with the first volume, "A Bunch of Everlastings", each chapter tell a brief biography with emphasis on the text from scripture that was significant in the life of each. It is biography and Bible study expertly woven together to produce interesting and inspirational stories. (Summary by Tim Bower)
In this wry, resonant and darkly funny memoir, journalist Grace Timothy explores a question most women will face at some point: if becoming a mother means the person you were before has gone, who exactly is left in its place?
Best described as The Wrong Knickers for mums, in Mum Face Grace explores motherhood as an issue of identity.
What begins as shock and then denial of how your life will change has to become acceptance when you're too big to walk/waddle/work. You're fully repurposed now; you're a mum in everything you do, and everyone knows it. From the physical and emotional changes you encounter to the way your agenda and daily life are altered, your identity is constantly up for redefinition.
As the friends and colleagues who shape and support your sense of self slip away, work dwindles as every hour becomes a moment you should be with your child, and your confidence is knocked by the constant feedback from everyone, you try to fit in everywhere—old life, new life—and don't fit anywhere. It's the identity crisis that no woman is immune to, belying the credo that being a mother is the most natural thing a girl could do.
Grace has experienced mum rage, mom jeans, mum tum and mum hair and had to put on her mum face to cope with it all. These are the truths of motherhood too uncomfortable to flow forth at your NCT meetups, from bad sex, messed-up friendships and irretrievable labia to questioning everything and everyone around you.
The hilarious audiobook follows Grace's journey from a young married woman at the top of her editorial game in London to a 30-something mum, confused as to how she can love someone as much as her daughter and yet feel lost as a person.
Compulsively listenable, irresistibly written and incredibly well observed, Grace Timothy's searingly honest account of motherhood is essential listening for every mum trying to find her way after the mother of all identity crises.
So much to read, so little time? This brief overview of Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption tells you what you need to know—before or after you read Bryan Stevenson book. Crafted and edited with care, Worth Books set the standard for quality and give you the tools you need to be a well-informed reader. This short summary and analysis of Just Mercy includes: Historical contextChapter-by-chapter overviewsCharacter profilesDetailed timeline of key eventsImportant quotes and analysisFascinating triviaGlossary of termsSupporting material to enhance your understanding of the original work About Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson: Just Mercy is a heartbreaking—but not entirely hopeless—look inside the American criminal justice system. The guide on this journey to death row, judges’ chambers, and courthouses small and large is Bryan Stevenson, one of the country’s foremost criminal justice reformers and the founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, the acclaimed legal aid organization based in Montgomery, Alabama. In Stevenson’s chronicle, the only thing standing between death or life imprisonment is an underpaid, overworked lawyer. The summary and analysis in this ebook are intended to complement your reading experience and bring you closer to a great work of nonfiction.
Elizabeth Stern was two and a half years old, when her family emigrated from Poland to Pittsburgh. My Mother and I is the story of Stern's Americanization and how it ultimately alienated her from her parents. Stern's father had been a small village rabbi. Strict and traditional in his views, he sends Elizabeth to learn Hebrew at age four, so she can fulfill her destiny "as the wife of a rabbi or scholar," but he opposes letting her attend high school. Stern's mother tries fitfully to pry open doors for her daughter. When Stern's father finds Elizabeth reading a secular book, and, in a fit of rage, flings the offending novel onto the top of a tall bookcase, her mother climbs on a chair and retrieves it for her. But Stern's mother never learns English even as it becomes her daughter’s primary language--and she is burdened by endless pregnancies (she ultimately bears 11 children, only the first 4 of whom survive). Stern's relationship with her mother is loving, but when Elizabeth goes to college, they draw apart. Her mother becomes a "shadowy figure," standing with "questioning, puzzled eyes", eyes in which there is love, "but no understanding, and always an infinite loneliness." - Summary by Sue Anderson
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