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  • The Common Good

    Robert B. Reich makes a powerful case for the expansion of America’s moral imagination. Rooting his argument in common sense and everyday reality, he demonstrates that a common good constitutes the very essence of any society or nation. Societies, he says, undergo virtuous cycles that reinforce the common good as well as vicious cycles that undermine it, one of which America has been experiencing for the past five decades. This process can and must be reversed. But first we need to weigh the moral obligations of citizenship and carefully consider how we relate to honor, shame, patriotism, truth, and the meaning of leadership. Powerful, urgent, and utterly vital, this is a heartfelt missive from one of our foremost political thinkers.

    • ASIN: 052552049X
    • Part No: 31180140

  • President Evil: A common man looks at Trump and the 2016 GOP primaries

    A former stand up comic looks at the rise of Donald Trump in the 2016 GOP primaries through the eyes of a common man. A refreshing look at the political cage match without the solemnity of traditional pundits and talking heads.

    • ASIN: B077RRSV5W

  • Camco 90 Degree Hose Elbow- Eliminates Stress and Strain On RV Water Intake Hose Fittings, Solid Brass (22505)

    Prevent hose crimping and strain, and extend hose life. Camco RV 90 Degree Hose Elbow eliminates unnecessary stress and strain on all RV water intake hose fittings. It’s perfect for RVs or just around the house. Elbow is made of brass for years of trouble-free use.

    • Color: Brass
    • Brand: Camco
    • ASIN: B003BZD03K
    • UPC: 014717225052
    • Part No: 22505

  • Little Kids Fubbles No-Spill Big Bubble Bucket in Blue for Multi-Child Play, Made in the USA

    For fun with Bubbles, it can only be Fubbles! Tip it upside down, knock it over..it’s no spill! Designed to allow kids to have all the fun without any of the mess, and no mess = more smiles. The Fubbles No-Spill Big Bubble Bucket is the perfect addition to any party, picnic, beach day, or outdoor activity. This bubble bucket includes 3 wands for multiple children to play at once and an easy to grasp handle perfectly sized for little kid’s hands. Simply twist open the top and poor the solution into the bottom section of the machine, twist on the top, and you are ready to play. Works with any refill solution, but we suggest our Fubbles non-toxic premium solution for the best bubbles. (Bubble Solution not included). Ages 3 years+

    • Color: Steel Blue
    • Brand: Little Kids
    • ASIN: B00GQWKQMS
    • UPC: 787799567975
    • Part No: 16407

  • Born on Third Base: A One Percenter Makes the Case for Tackling Inequality, Bringing Wealth Home, and Committing to the Common Good

    As inequality grabs headlines, steals the show in presidential debates, and drives deep divides between the haves and have nots in America, class war brews. On one side, the wealthy wield power and advantage, wittingly or not, to keep the system operating in their favor―all while retreating into enclaves that separate them further and further from the poor and working class. On the other side, those who find it increasingly difficult to keep up or get ahead lash out―waging a rhetorical war against the rich and letting anger and resentment, however justifiable, keep us from seeing new potential solutions. But can we suspend both class wars long enough to consider a new way forward? Is it really good for anyone that most of society’s wealth is pooling at the very top of the wealth ladder? Does anyone, including the one percent, really want to live in a society plagued by economic apartheid? It is time to think differently, says longtime inequality expert and activist Chuck Collins. Born into the one percent, Collins gave away his inheritance at 26 and spent the next three decades mobilizing against inequality. He uses his perspective from both sides of the divide to deliver a new narrative. Collins calls for a ceasefire and invites the wealthy to come back home, investing the...

    • Brand: imusti
    • ASIN: 1603586830
    • Part No: 9781603586832

  • Think Like a Commoner : A Short Introduction to the Life of the Commons

    A new world based on fairness, participation, accountability is closer than you think...if you learn to think like a commoner

  • Federal Way - eBook

    Located on Puget Sound between Seattle and Tacoma, the site that became Federal Way was first settled by loggers, who in the 1860s began using the shore along Puget Sound for easy access to the extensive timber available inland. By the 1880s, about 50 homesteaders had filed claims in the Greater Federal Way area. Five small communities with individual school districts were established. When the five school districts consolidated in 1929, the new school was given the name Federal Way School because of the recently built, federally funded highway that passed nearby. Eventually the entire community came to be known as Federal Way. Still a relatively rural place up until the 1950s, Federal Way has grown exponentially since that time and is now the eighth largest city in Washington.

  • Its Only Hell If You Make It That Way : Surviving in Federal Prison

    The book was originally designed to help those looking at doing time in the Federal Prison system, but the author feels it may be read by anyone interested in how life goes on "behind the razor wire." It deals with using your brain and not your muscle to make ones life easier while doing time. It starts from being arrested to the day of release. The legal ways to survive and the not so legal ways are all talked about in this book. The author writes about who really "runs the zoo," and how one can fly under the radar so as to not be targeted by those looking to take advantage of the weak.

  • Cursive Paper: FEDERAL WAY Notebook

    Cursive Paper: FEDERAL WAY Notebook

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    Calligraphy Paper: FEDERAL WAY Notebook

  • Calligraphy Paper: FEDERAL WAY Notebook

    Calligraphy Paper: FEDERAL WAY Notebook

  • Federal Way

    Located on Puget Sound between Seattle and Tacoma, the site that became Federal Way was first settled by loggers, who in the 1860s began using the shore along Puget Sound for easy access to the extensive timber available inland. By the 1880s, about 50 homesteaders had filed claims in the Greater Federal Way area. Five small communities with individual school districts were established. When the five school districts consolidated in 1929, the new school was given the name Federal Way School because of the recently built, federally funded highway that passed nearby. Eventually the entire community came to be known as Federal Way. Still a relatively rural place up until the 1950s, Federal Way has grown exponentially since that time and is now the eighth largest city in Washington.