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Red Vs Blue

Author : D. C. Ward
ISBN : 1530733480
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Right vs. Left. Conservative vs. Liberal. Red vs. Blue. We have never been more divided, and the Left has never been more empowered... Red vs. Blue is the most comprehensive collection of the best Politics, USA cartoons to date, dealing with some of the most serious topics of our day- from Islamic terrorism, to the refugee debate, to campus protests and the Black Lives Matter movement, to the presidential primaries; exposing through humor the extreme & insane positions of the left. Guaranteed to offend your liberal sensibilities!

Red Vs Blue Characters

Author : Books LLC
ISBN : 1155489055
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: List of Red vs. Blue characters. Excerpt: This is a list of characters in the Rooster Teeth series Red vs. Blue. The Red Team, from left to right: Sarge, the Warthog, Grif (Warthog driver's seat), Simmons (Warthog gunner) and Donut Sarge is the staff sergeant and leader of the Blood Gulch Red Team for the majority of the series. He is voiced by Matt Hullum, co-creator of the series, and first appeared at the end of Episode One. A military man from Moscow, Iowa with a Southern United States accent, Sarge exhibits more discipline than the other Reds (and most of the Blues, for that matter), but is also somewhat sociopathic, bloodthirsty, and the only Blood Gulch soldier on either team actually serious about the war. He has a passionate hatred for Grif, demonstrated by his repeated willingness to sacrifice Grif during combat missions even when not required and the many occasions in which he endangers his own life just to mock or insult Grif. He has something of a father-son relationship with both Simmons and Grif, and Grif could be seen as the delinquent who wants to slack off, which only infuriates Sarge more, and has incrementally throughout the series. However, by the end of The Recollection, specifically after finding out that his stationing in Blood Gulch was merely a simulation training ground for the Freelancers, Sarge reevaluated his motives and relationships and shows to have some respect and admiration for his teammates, both red and blue, if for nothing else that they've stuck around and helped each other over the years. Sarge's actual name is never revealed, though evidence suggests that it is actually "Sarge." Despite displaying little understanding of tactics, going so far as to risk the lives of his men over irrelevant goals or suicide missions, Sarge is the most skilled soldier on the red team, and the ...

Beyond Red Vs Blue

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ISBN : OCLC:883834819
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Mack 1 Red Vs Blue

Author : Jim Kearney
ISBN : 0985982918
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MACK 1 Red vs. Blue is a fast paced, topical mystery thriller. A SNIPER FIRES ... CEO DOWN A New York power couple is shot at their engagement party. The victims are two ambitious conservatives out to seize a mainstream media empire. The attacker is a skilled and relentless sniper-for-hire. America's vicious political divide may have finally escalated to murder. CHASING THE ASSASSIN For NYPD Detective Mack McCormick, this case is personal. When he was a child, his mother was murdered by political radicals. Mack and his team track the assassin, who continues his attacks in Manhattan. POLITICAL SNIPING The Red vs. Blue political battle has moved from the talk shows to the streets. The media are in a frenzy. Everyone is taking sides, and the controversial case impacts everything from the love life of Detective McCormick to the safety of his beloved, adventurous grandmother. A FINALE WITH A TWIST Finally, at a midtown landmark, Mack must foil a plan to hunt down and kill the new hope of the conservative movement. Even after the shooting ends, his work is just beginning. The action switches to the interrogation room, where Mack tries to piece together the conspiracy. He and his team from the Park East Detective Squad take to the streets one more time to gather conclusive evidence and close the case. THE CONSERVATIVE DETECTIVE Detective Mack McCormick is a sympathetic hero, one who relies on smarts more than brawn. He is college educated, savvy and streetwise, a product of the Giuliani era NYPD policing reforms. A political conservative, Mack is a fish out of water in liberal Manhattan, and his politics do impact his love life. Mack also has his hands full looking out for his fashionable, sophisticated ninety year old liberal grandmother Francesca, still living on her own and loving every minute of it. TONE AND THEME This novel features the short chapters and fast pace popular among thriller readers. The tone also incorporates optimism, humor, topicality, intelligence, and loving relationships. SETTING Mack 1 Red vs. Blue takes you into the world of the Upper East Side of New York, with side visits to upscale metropolitan area summer resorts. You will visit the offices of midtown media power players, see legal gladiators battle in the Criminal Courts building, and sit in police interrogation rooms where cameras are rolling, but nevertheless so are the suspects.

Joystick Soldiers

Author : Nina B. Huntemann
ISBN : 9781135842826
Genre : Games
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Joystick Soldiers is the first anthology to examine the reciprocal relationship between militarism and video games. War has been an integral theme of the games industry since the invention of the first video game, Spacewar! in 1962.While war video games began as entertainment, military organizations soon saw their potential as combat simulation and recruitment tools. A profitable and popular relationship was established between the video game industry and the military, and continues today with video game franchises like America’s Army, which was developed by the U.S.Army as a public relations and recruitment tool. This collection features all new essays that explore how modern warfare has been represented in and influenced by video games. The contributors explore the history and political economy of video games and the "military-entertainment complex;" present textual analyses of military-themed video games such as Metal Gear Solid; and offer reception studies of gamers, fandom, and political activism within online gaming.
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Red Families V Blue Families

Author : Naomi Cahn
ISBN : 0199779465
Genre : Law
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Red Families v. Blue Families identifies a new family model geared for the post-industrial economy. Rooted in the urban middle class, the coasts and the "blue states" in the last three presidential elections, the Blue Family Paradigm emphasizes the importance of women's as well as men's workforce participation, egalitarian gender roles, and the delay of family formation until both parents are emotionally and financially ready. By contrast, the Red Family Paradigm--associated with the Bible Belt, the mountain west, and rural America--rejects these new family norms, viewing the change in moral and sexual values as a crisis. In this world, the prospect of teen childbirth is the necessary deterrent to premarital sex, marriage is a sacred undertaking between a man and a woman, and divorce is society's greatest moral challenge. Yet, the changing economy is rapidly eliminating the stable, blue collar jobs that have historically supported young families, and early marriage and childbearing derail the education needed to prosper. The result is that the areas of the country most committed to traditional values have the highest divorce and teen pregnancy rates, fueling greater calls to reinstill traditional values. Featuring the groundbreaking research first hailed in The New Yorker, this penetrating book will transform our understanding of contemporary American culture and law. The authors show how the Red-Blue divide goes much deeper than this value system conflict--the Red States have increasingly said "no" to Blue State legal norms, and, as a result, family law has been rent in two. The authors close with a consideration of where these different family systems still overlap, and suggest solutions that permit rebuilding support for both types of families in changing economic circumstances. Incorporating results from the 2008 election, Red Families v. Blue Families will reshape the debate surrounding the culture wars and the emergence of red and blue America.
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Let S Get Engaged Crossing The Threshold Of Marketing S Engagement Era

Author : Michael W. Obal
ISBN : 9783319118154
Genre : Business & Economics
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Founded in 1971, the Academy of Marketing Science is an international organization dedicated to promoting timely explorations of phenomena related to the science of marketing in theory, research, and practice. Among its services to members and the community at large, the Academy offers conferences, congresses and symposia that attract delegates from around the world. Presentations from these events are published in this Proceedings series, which offers a comprehensive archive of volumes reflecting the evolution of the field. Volumes deliver cutting-edge research and insights, complimenting the Academy’s flagship journals, the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science (JAMS) and AMS Review. Volumes are edited by leading scholars and practitioners across a wide range of subject areas in marketing science. This volume includes the full proceedings from the 2014 Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) Annual Conference held in Indianapolis, Indiana, entitled Let’s Get Engaged! Crossing the Threshold of Marketing’s Engagement Era. The volume includes manuscripts relevant to marketing strategy, consumer behaviour, quantitative modelling, among others.
Category: Business & Economics

Halo 4 Strategy Guide

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ISBN : 9781621548232
Genre : Games
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Halo 4 is the next blockbuster installment in the iconic franchise that’s shaped entertainment history and defined a decade of gaming. Set almost five years after the events of Halo 3, Halo 4 takes the series in a bold new direction and sets the stage for an epic new sci-fi saga, in which the Master Chief returns to confront his destiny and face an ancient evil that threatens the fate of the entire universe. Inside our guide to Halo 4 you will find: - Full weapons guide. - Every single campaign mission. - How to find all of the Secret Terminals. - How to fight your way through the Spartan Ops Co-Op mode. - Forge Walkthrough. - Massive, in-depth multiplayer strategies for every single map. - Key multiplayer weapon load-outs and battle tactics. - Every Achievement and how to get them. - Comprehensive list of Easter Eggs and secrets. - Avatar Awards.
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Red And Blue Nation

Author : Pietro S. Nivola
ISBN : 0815760787
Genre : Political Science
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America's polarized politics are largely disconnected from mainstream public preferences. This disconnect poses fundamental dangers for the representativeness and accountability of government, as well as the already withering public trust in it. As the 2008 presidential race kicks into gear, the political climate certainly will not become less polarized. With important issues to address—including immigration policy, health care, and the funding of the Iraq war—it is critical that essential policies not be hostage to partisan political battles. Building upon the findings of the first volume of Red and Blue Nation? (Brookings, 2006), which explored the extent of political polarization and its potential causes, this new volume delves into the consequences of the gulf between "red states" and "blue states." The authors examine the impact of these political divisions on voter behavior, Congressional law-making, judicial selection, and foreign policy formation. They shed light on hotly debated institutional reform proposals—including changes to the electoral system and the congressional rules of engagement—and ultimately present research-supported policies and reforms for alleviating the underlying causes of political polarization. While most discussion of polarization takes place in separate spheres of journalism and academia, Red and Blue Nation? brings together a unique set of voices with a wide variety of perspectives to enrich our understanding of the issue. Written in a broad, accessible style, it is a resource for anyone interested in the future of electoral politics in America. Contributors include Marc Hetherington and John G. Geer (Vanderbilt University), Deborah Jordan Brooks (Dartmouth College), Martin P. Wattenberg (University of California, Irvine), Barbara Sinclair and Joel D. Aberbach (UCLA), Christopher H. Foreman (University of Maryland), Keith Krehbiel (Stanford University), Sarah A. Binder, Benjamin Wittes, Jonathan Rauch, and William A. Galston (Brookings), Martin Shapiro (University of California–Berkeley), Peter Beinart (Council on Foreign Relations), James Q. Wilson (Pepperdine University), John Ferejohn and Larry Diamond (Hoover Institution), Laurel Harbridge (Stanford University), Andrea L. Campbell (MIT), and Eric M. Patashnik (University of Virginia).
Category: Political Science