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One True Patriot by Sean Parnell

Title One True Patriot
Author Sean Parnell
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2020-09-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9780062986597
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Special operative Eric Steele must stop a foreign assassin targeting top-tier U.S. military personnel and derail a strike aimed at the heart of America in this third electrifying military thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of All Out War, perfect for fans of Brad Thor, Vince Flynn, and Tom Clancy Two months after taking down terrorist Aleksandr Zakayev, Eric Steele is back in action. Though he is completing his Alpha assignments with the same deadly efficiency as always, he has lingering questions about his missing father—and his own future in the Program. When Steele gets the alert that a fellow Alpha is in serious trouble, he rushes to Paris—only to arrive too late. Jonathan Raines, Stalker Six, is dead, the victim of a brutal attack. While on leave in the City of Light, Raines had met an attractive art historian who lured him into a trap. Before she vanished, the mysterious woman left a warning for anyone from the Alpha program who might follow her. One of the best and most effective warriors in the top-secret Program, Steele has been trained to take on enemies, and no threat will deter him from avenging a fallen brother. But the killer won’t be easy to find. The search takes Steele around the world, from France, to the Adriatic coast of Italy, to the outskirts of Aleppo, Syria, and to a top-secret prison in Russia— where, unexpectedly, he finds more clues about his father—before finally taking him back to the streets of Washington, D.C. No one is safe while the killer is on the loose, and the danger is heightened when Steele discovers intel that killing Alphas is just the beginning of a larger, more nefarious plot. The real target is much, much bigger—and it’s up to Steele to prevent catastrophe before he becomes the next elite warrior to fall.

The True Patriot by Eric Liu

Title The True Patriot
Author Eric Liu
Publisher Sasquatch Books
Release Date 2012-06-05
Category Political Science
Total Pages 136
ISBN 9781570618703
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Over the course of a generation, patriotism in America has been hijacked by the right and abandoned by the left. But the principles and values of true patriotism – country above self, contribution above consumption, stewardship over exploitation, freedom with responsibility, purpose through sacrifice and service, pragmatism, a fair shot for all – are inherently progressive. The True Patriot, written in the pamphleteering style of Thomas Paine (Common Sense), challenges progressives to reclaim patriotism – and spells out just how to do it. This powerful and timely "little red book" combines a manifesto, a ten-principle plan, a model speech, and a moral code. Throughout, it weaves between the words of the authors and excerpts from foundational American texts and speeches, as well as a parade of iconic American images.

True Patriots by Russell Fralich

Title True Patriots
Author Russell Fralich
Publisher Dundurn
Release Date 2020-02-29
Category Fiction
Total Pages 360
ISBN 9781459745728
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A country to kill for ... The career of Claire Marcoux, a young naval officer, threatens to come crashing down after she orders the ship under her command to return fire on a boat that she was supposed to rescue. The quiet life of Daniel Ritter, a new professor in a new town, is turned upside down when the celebrity entrepreneur he was unexpectedly invited to meet is found murdered. Thrown together by chance, Claire and Daniel discover that they are involved in the same fight against an unknown enemy — a foe with a plot that endangers the lives of many ... and the very existence of the country they both cherish.

Highway Of Heroes by Pete Fisher

Title Highway of Heroes
Author Pete Fisher
Publisher Dundurn
Release Date 2017-01-26
Category History
Total Pages 178
ISBN 9203456XXXX
Language English, Spanish, and French
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After the repatriation of the first four Canadian soldiers killed in Afghanistan, Canadians have lined the overpasses of the Highway of Heroes to show their support, grief, and pride in our fallen champions.

Outlaw Platoon by Sean Parnell

Title Outlaw Platoon
Author Sean Parnell
Publisher Harper Collins
Release Date 2012-02-28
Category History
Total Pages 416
ISBN 9780062066411
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A riveting story of American fighting men, Outlaw Platoon is Lieutenant Sean Parnell’s stunning personal account of the legendary U.S. Army’s 10th Mountain Division’s heroic stand in the mountains of Afghanistan. Acclaimed for its vivid, poignant, and honest recreation of sixteen brutal months of nearly continuous battle in the deadly Hindu Kesh, Outlaw Platoon is a Band of Brothers or We Were Soldiers Once and Young for the early 21st century—an action-packed, highly emotional true story of enormous sacrifice and bravery. A magnificent account of heroes, renegades, infidels, and brothers, it stands with Sebastian Junger’s War as one of the most important books to yet emerge from the heat, smoke, and fire of America’s War in Afghanistan.

Title Saving Dr Warren a True Patriot
Author Jeff McKenna
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-04-30
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 0999901214
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Saving Dr. Warren . . . A True Patriot is a novel written for middle school students and those that are teaching America's next generation. The main character, Steve O'Dell, loves to write and does it well. But as an eighth-grade student at Needham Middle School, his talent sometimes seems more an embarrassment than a blessing. Then, on Veterans Day 2001, Steve's award-winning essay propels him into an adventure twisting through Revolutionary battles and bloodshed. Thanks to the bizarre bequest of a manuscript and a musket ball from a long-lost family war hero, Steve's journey with the Revolutionary War hero Dr. Joseph Warren begins. A time traveling talisman missing from the archives of one of Boston's oldest historical societies takes Steve through portals of history, where he walks side by side with a real Boston patriot. He makes house calls with Dr. Warren on March 5, 1770 and stumbles onto the bloodstained streets of the Boston Massacre. From the killings of March 5, to boarding tea ships in 1773, Steve's history book explodes to life as he helps Dr. Warren and forges a friendship with Boston's True Patriot. Steve watches Dr. Warren launch Paul Revere on his midnight ride, and he helps Dr. Warren dodge British musket balls in the first battles of the War for Independence. With each adventure, Steve tastes the light that ignites The Revolution.Steve will eventually convince others that the Revolutionary relic he was given really does open portals through time, but he faces his most difficult quest alone-saving Dr. Warren from the onslaught at Bunker Hill. Can he do it? And if he fails, will he ever return to this century?Saving Dr. Warren . . . A True Patriot rips through the pages of history. From the Revolutionary War to the vanishing veterans of World War II, to the ashes of September 11, 2001, Saving Dr. Warren demonstrates to both old and young that patriotism, standing like an old oak tree on a grandfather's farm, has and will endure.

True Patriot Love by Michael Ignatieff

Title True Patriot Love
Author Michael Ignatieff
Publisher Penguin Canada
Release Date 2009-04-21
Category History
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9780143172871
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In 1872, the author's great-grandfather George Monro Grant set out with Sandford Fleming to map out the railway line that would link Canada ocean to ocean. Michael Ignatieff recreates his journey, seeing the country through his ancestor's optimistic vision and tracing how that vision filtered through his illustrious family tree. The Grants' engagement with the idea of Canada's place in the world includes his uncle George Grant's classic, Lament for a Nation, and his own more confident view of Canada's potential. Recalling the novelistic flair of The Russian Album, Ignatieff blends history and love of country and tradition into an unforgettable family memoir.

True Patriot by Anonim

Title True Patriot
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2016
Category Comic books, strips, etc
Total Pages 86
ISBN 0994738668
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Patriot Hearts by John Furlong

Title Patriot Hearts
Author John Furlong
Publisher Douglas & McIntyre
Release Date 2011
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 344
ISBN 9781553657941
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A riveting insider's account of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, and an extraordinary story of leadership, love of country and the ability to dream big. When John Furlong and his family emigrated from Ireland in 1974, the customs officer greeted them with "Welcome to Canada. Make us better," an imperative that has defined Furlong's life ever since. A passionate athlete with a track record of community service, he was roped into acting as spokesperson for Vancouver's incipient Olympic bid movement back in 1996, and then spent the next fourteen years living and breathing the Olympics. Furlong and his organizing team, including some 25,000 volunteers, orchestrated a remarkable Winter Games. Patriot Hearts is the story of how they did it. Early on Furlong realized the Olympics weren't about highways and buildings and tourism, they were about people: the athletes, and everyday Canadians who wanted to see their country shine on the world stage. He defined a vision for the games that would capture the hearts and minds of Canadians, and held to it with unwavering determination. Working with Globe and Mail columnist Gary Mason, Furlong recounts the lead-up to the Games and describes how he handled seemingly insurmountable setbacks

The Last Patriot by Brad Thor

Title The Last Patriot
Author Brad Thor
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2008-07-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 342
ISBN 9781416543831
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Navy SEAL turned covert Homeland Security operative Scot Harvath must race to locate an ancient secret that has the power to stop militant Islam dead in its tracks.

Canada by Mike Myers

Title Canada
Author Mike Myers
Publisher Anchor Canada
Release Date 2018-10-30
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9780385689274
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this instant national bestseller, comedy superstar Mike Myers writes from the (true patriot) heart about his 53-year relationship with his beloved Canada. Mike Myers is a world-renowned actor, director and writer, and the man behind some of the most memorable comic characters of our time. But as he says: "no description of me is truly complete without saying I'm a Canadian." He has often winked and nodded to Canada in his outrageously accomplished body of work, but now he turns the spotlight full-beam on his homeland. His hilarious and heartfelt new book is part memoir, part history and pure entertainment. It is Mike Myers' funny and thoughtful analysis of what makes Canada Canada, Canadians Canadians and what being Canadian has always meant to him. His relationship with his home and native land continues to deepen and grow, he says. In fact, American friends have actually accused him of enjoying being Canadian--and he's happy to plead guilty as charged. A true patriot who happens to be an expatriate, Myers is in a unique position to explore Canada from within and without. With this, his first book, Mike brings his love for Canada to the fore at a time when the country is once again looking ahead with hope and national pride. Canada is a wholly subjective account of Mike's Canadian experience. Mike writes, "Some might say, 'Why didn't you include this or that?' I say there are 35 million stories waiting to be told in this country, and my book is only one of them." This beautifully designed book is illustrated in colour (and not color) throughout, and its visual treasures include personal photographs and Canadiana from the author's own collection. Published in the lead-up to the 2017 sesquicentennial, this is Mike Myers' birthday gift to his fellow Canadians. Or as he puts it: "In 1967, Canada turned one hundred. Canadians all across the country made Centennial projects. This book is my Centennial Project. I'm handing it in a little late. . . . Sorry." From the Hardcover edition.

True Patriot Love by Professor Department of Political Science Sylvia B Bashevkin

Title True Patriot Love
Author Professor Department of Political Science Sylvia B Bashevkin
Publisher Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date 1991
Category Political Science
Total Pages 196
ISBN UOM:39015024934773
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book offers the first systematic treatment of organized nationalism in English Canada, focusing on its cultural, trade, and investment streams. The study argues that "pan-Canadianism" since the 1970s has generally adopted centralist and left-of-centre positions, defending assertiveregulation in the communications and energy sectors, for example. Nationalists have worked to build alliances with feminists in English Canada, but have had more difficulty relating to Quebec nationalism and to the decentralist politics of regionalism in Western Canada. This book reveals many ofthe dilemmas facing groups which seek to unify and strengthen the country. In the face of internal and external threats to survival, it assesses how nationalists would save Canada.

Flight Of The Patriot by Yadollah Sharifirad

Title Flight of the Patriot
Author Yadollah Sharifirad
Publisher Dundurn.com
Release Date 2010-04-17
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9780887628184
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A gripping account of an Iranian fighter pilot’s daring escape to Canada from Iran.

Fly Into The Wind by Lt Colonel Dan Rooney

Title Fly Into the Wind
Author Lt Colonel Dan Rooney
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2020-11-17
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9780062966094
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“Lt Colonel Dan Rooney transcends the best of the American Warrior Spirit. Fly Into the Wind is a powerful read that will absolutely help you discover your destined path and unlock your best life.” —Sean Hannity, #1 New York Times bestselling author F-16 fighter pilot, American hero, Folds of Honor founder, and family man Dan Rooney delivers a code for living—an inspirational call to action to help ordinary people ascend to their highest level in life. CAVU is an Air Force acronym that stands for “ceiling and visibility unrestricted.” It describes the perfect conditions for flying a fighter jet, when steel-blue skies invite pilots to spread their wings like supersonic eagles. Fighter pilots cherish CAVU days because they know tomorrow can bring challenging conditions. Life is no different. From the outside, it looked like the American dream: Lieutenant Colonel Dan “Noonan” Rooney was an F-16 fighter pilot, PGA Professional, husband to his college sweetheart, and father of five daughters. His position in life should have been a blessing. But a near-tragic mishap while piloting his F-16 triggered an ominous life storm that altered his trajectory and filled him with self-doubt. A jet takes off into the wind because it requires resistance over its wings to fly. Embracing this outlook, Lt Colonel Rooney’s attitude toward the resistance in his life changed from resentment to humble introspection. It was then that he began to apply CAVU to his personal life. In Fly Into the Wind, he shares a code of living that combines powerful tenets and the ultimate belief in God to help you discover and seize your best life. Hyper-focused on the precise areas that are immediately under your control, CAVU is a disciplined approach to each day that will help you reshape, motivate, prioritize, and ultimately thrive—in the time-honored spirit of the fighter pilot. Rooney has broken down CAVU into ten unique lines of effort (LOE), with each LOE building upon the previous one to provide a positive vector toward a new way of living. Along this enlightened path, readers will discover a renewed belief in themselves and the art of the possible. Part spiritual guide and part call to action, Fly Into the Wind combines Lt Colonel Rooney’s Air Force fighter pilot stories with his discovery of faith and purpose in order to help each reader achieve CAVU. In this world of identity politics, PC police, misplaced morals, and external noise, Rooney’s book will show how all of us are connected by God in more ways than we realize, and that the path to fulfillment begins with changing ourselves in order to better one another.

Title A Patriot s History of the United States
Author Larry Schweikart
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2004-12-29
Category History
Total Pages 960
ISBN 9781101217788
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For the past three decades, many history professors have allowed their biases to distort the way America’s past is taught. These intellectuals have searched for instances of racism, sexism, and bigotry in our history while downplaying the greatness of America’s patriots and the achievements of “dead white men.” As a result, more emphasis is placed on Harriet Tubman than on George Washington; more about the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II than about D-Day or Iwo Jima; more on the dangers we faced from Joseph McCarthy than those we faced from Josef Stalin. A Patriot’s History of the United States corrects those doctrinaire biases. In this groundbreaking book, America’s discovery, founding, and development are reexamined with an appreciation for the elements of public virtue, personal liberty, and private property that make this nation uniquely successful. This book offers a long-overdue acknowledgment of America’s true and proud history.

Gorky Park by Martin Cruz Smith

Title Gorky Park
Author Martin Cruz Smith
Publisher Pocket Books
Release Date 2020-01-28
Category Fiction
Total Pages 608
ISBN 9781982132149
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The “gripping, romantic, and dazzlingly original” (Cosmopolitan) Arkady Renko book that started it all: the #1 bestseller Gorky Park, an espionage classic that begins the series, by Martin Cruz Smith, “the master of the international thriller” (The New York Times). It begins with a triple murder in a Moscow amusement center: three corpses found frozen in the snow, faces and fingers missing. Chief homicide investigator Arkady Renko is brilliant, sensitive, honest, and cynical about everything except his profession. To identify the victims and uncover the truth, he must battle the KGB, FBI, and the New York City police as he pursues a rich, ruthless, and well-connected American fur dealer. Meanwhile, Renko is falling in love with a beautiful, headstrong dissident for whom he may risk everything. “Brilliant...there are enough enigmas within enigmas within enigmas to reel the mind” (The New Yorker) in this wonderfully textured, vivid look behind the Iron Curtain. “Once one gets going, one doesn’t want to stop...The action is gritty, the plot complicated, and the overriding quality is intelligence” (The Washington Post). The first in a classic series, Gorky Park “reminds you just how satisfying a smoothly turned thriller can be” (The New York Times Book Review).

Title The Patriot War Along the New York Canada Border
Author Shaun J. McLaughlin
Publisher Arcadia Publishing
Release Date 2012-02-17
Category History
Total Pages 208
ISBN 9781614238386
Language English, Spanish, and French
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During the Patriot War, fought between 1837-1842, hundreds of men on both sides of the New York-Canadian border took up arms to free Canada from supposed British tyranny. Infused with the Spirit of '76 and inspired by the recent Texas revolution, they fought bravely in battles, skirmishes and attacks, including November's Battle of the Windmill. Many sacrificed their lives, while others became slave laborers of the British in Tasmania. Among their leaders was Bill Johnston, a Thousand Islands smuggler, river pirate and War-of-1812 privateer, whose cunning was so feared by the British that they called out their military whenever his name made the newspapers. This book recalls the stories, triumphs and sacrifices of the brave on both sides of the border.

The True Patriot by Gloria Frym

Title The True Patriot
Author Gloria Frym
Publisher Spuyten Duyvil
Release Date 2015-09-15
Category Fiction
Total Pages 168
ISBN 1941550266
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Fiction. "Gloria Frym brings satire and sympathy to this earnest world with her poet's eye for detail, Frym gives her stories just the right point on which to pivot. Frym can also stretch an allusion for comic effect she is at her best describing the subtle chaffing of social boundaries." San Francisco Chronicle "Frym addresse s] the world's problems with bemused critique, at once linguistically swerving and point-blank; if David Sedaris were a symbolist with a lyrical sensibility, he might write something like Frym's Patriot." OmniVerse "Jonathan Lethem likens Frym's vision to Grace Paley, who plays similar themes, and that comparison is just. Like Paley's urbanites, some of Frym's people suffer trivial, modest, and catastrophic failures fueled by their idealism and hope. Their projections intersect with their capabilities and provide the comedy and tragedy for their lives. Her work] radiate s] a clarity about what has become this culture's constant predicament with maintaining a human face and human intimacy. The injustice and terror around Frym's characters injures, intimidates, and baffles, but there are curiosities and victories and joys, too her people have the courage to be in the world." Rain Taxi"

Title The Partly Cloudy Patriot
Author Sarah Vowell
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2003-10
Category History
Total Pages 224
ISBN 0743243803
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The author shares her perspective on such topics as the 2000 election, present-day civil rights activists, and the relationship between the United States and Canada.

The Mystery Of Barbara Fritchie by Tamara Louise Thayer

Title The Mystery of Barbara Fritchie
Author Tamara Louise Thayer
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-05-31
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 0578683210
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Barbara Fritchie was famous for being patriotic and an abolitionist. During the Civil War she waved the flag and refused to let it be shot down by the Confederate General Stonewall Jackson and his men. The real mystery is why so many have tried to defame her noble character and discredit her patriotism still today. Reading her story written by her 4 x's great granddaughter will answer another mystery about Barbara's child. Review by Ellen Bisping, M.A., Ed.Spec., English educator: "Tamara Thayer takes the reader on a journey to verify the family story she's heard all her life regarding her historically-famous ancestor, Barbara Fritchie. Despite meeting dead ends and conflicting evidence along the way, she conducted extensive research with passion and unwavering energy, continually questioning the authenticity of information she encountered. At the conclusion of her journey, she arrived at convincing conclusions that validate her admirable family legacy and pride." Review by David Allen, author and public speaker on history and military topics, former president of the Veterans Roundtable, Rochester, Minnesota, retired IBM electrical engineer, high school American history tutor, and published author, illustrator, and cartographer: "Tamara Thayer's The Mystery of Barbara Fritchie is a compelling combination of American history and the author's personal journey in researching the controversial story of a true patriot. Supported by first-person accounts, photographs, and historical documents, Thayer constructs a credible case for the historical Barbara Fritchie, the author's four-times-great-grandmother. At the same time, Thayer's informal style and flair for storytelling combine to make this an entertaining and memorable work. Fans of mystery and conspiracy set in the context of history will find this a fascinating story." Review by Thomas P. Ostrom, author, teacher, and veteran: "The Mystery of Barbara Fritchie is a beautifully written, articulate, and scholarly book. Extensive research, layout, photographs and descriptive skills are extraordinary. Scholarly, but very readable. Photographs and illustrations are extensive, interesting, clear and well described. I learned a lot more about the Civil War than I had known before. A fascinating book."