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You’re Number On, Now Believe it! Is a story about setbacks and how to overcome them by learning to love yourself and put you first without feelings of guilt when dealing with life’s challenges.
While going through a divorce a few years ago, the author realized how broken it made her feel and knew that she had to do something about it. With the support of those closest to her and the creation of her 4Self system, she was able to refocus her life and set positive intentions for her mind, body, and soul.
Within this summary of Unfreedom of the Press is an in-depth and insightful look into the American press ... and how it was negligent in its duty to the public. Five-time #1 New York Timesbestselling author Mark R. Levin informs readers of how the press has failed the American public and dissolved into a profession without morals.
In the book, Levin guides readers through history, from the Progressive Era—where press objectivity first rose—to the present day, showing how news has changed and gone astray, losing both its integrity and the trust of the people.
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By any measure, Welcome Wilson, Sr., chairman of the Welcome Group―a privately held real estate development firm headquartered in Houston–has led a big life. He’s made friends in the highest places, developed communities that continue to prosper, survived some major set backs, and made hundreds of successful real-estate deals. He married his college sweetheart, and they have five happy and productive children. Growing up in South Texas during the Depression, Wilson learned the art of the Wilson deal, an uncanny ability to pitch deals that favor the Wilsons, from his father and his many uncles.
He honed this skill in partnership with his brother, Jack. Combining the Wilson touch with hard work and determination, he found continuing success: at the University of Houston, in the Navy, in civic and Federal service, and again and again in real estate. It often took some fast-talking, some scrambling, and lots of hard work, but Wilson has always had great confidence that he could figure out a way to get a job done. Named a Business Legend by the Texas Business Hall of Fame, Wilson has received numerous other awards for his many accomplishments. His memoir provides insight on his relationships with Eisenhower, Kennedy, LBJ and other notable leaders, shows the many ways he supports the university and the city that have provided him so much opportunity, and explains the inner workings of his most notable deals, including the founding of The Jamaica Corporation and the development of the Astrodome. Colorful, lively and opinionated, Welcome Wilson finds real delight in bringing people together and making big things happen. His candid and entertaining anecdotes will engage readers and inspire anyone who wants to find more success in life to aim high and have confidence.
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Through shocking commentary and rhetoric, government shutdowns, and national emergencies, Donald Trump has made immigration and the building of a wall across America's southern border the central point of his campaign, and indeed the great American debate on politics. Immigration has been an issue in America throughout history but is perhaps on the mouths and minds of Americans more than ever before. How does immigration impact the U.S economy, what role does it play in crime, terror, and the war on drugs? How has immigration had an effect on the United States throughout history? How has the American government through a history of broken foreign policy initiatives created a refugee crisis right in our own backyard? I discuss these questions and more and provide answers backed by substantial research and history.There is no question that American immigration is broken. Neither Democrats nor Republicans see the whole picture, and neither party has provided common sense solutions and reforms Americans are becoming more desperate for beyond the typical bipartisan bickering that continues to tear this nation apart. Both parties have politicized the immigration issue in America, and Donald Trump is no better. Since none of our leaders have proposed any fixes or reforms that work for all Americans on both sides of this issue, I have laid out reforms of my own. Specifically, I've proposed the creation of a system not of "open borders" but of an "open door" policy on immigration, which I will explain fully at the end of this book. Donald Trump is wrong on immigration, and I've written this book as a letter directly to him to tell him why. I have disclosed my ideas in this book to the American people to explain what we could do differently.