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C.P. Klapper The inability of our elected federal office servers to solve the debt crisis, to keep the government open or to restart the economy, combined with…moreThe inability of our elected federal office servers to solve the debt crisis, to keep the government open or to restart the economy, combined with media focus on those issues rather than my solution to the problem of ending poverty in "Popular Capitalism", as well as the expected objection that "we could not afford anything like that right now" from those who had not bothered to read my earlier work and from those who were actively discouraging others from buying that pivotal book for fear that it would disrupt the "narrative" of their propaganda, all these considerations gave me the idea that I ought to first dispel those concerns by solving the three crisis to which I earlier alluded and by publishing their solution. The gem of their solution was in "Popular Capitalism", though the approach there was general rather than specific or topical. It therefore did not require much additional thought to come up with my invention of "Electronic Revenue Credits" as the vehicle for the solution of the debt, government closure and inactive economy crises. "The Way Out" flowed immediately as an exposition of that solution.(less)
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The Washington Poems

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This is what "Popular Capitalism" presents through a derivation of first principles of political economy. Further elaboration solves the problem of bringing peace, thus solidifying the gains from the solution to the problem of poverty.

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Third Bank, AEMs and the Mortgage Mess (Nonfiction)
4 chapters   —   updated Mar 29, 2010 04:36PM
Description: These are just some assorted writings advocating a new federal bank and a new and fairer mortgage instrument.
The Washington Poems (Poetry)
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Description: Some excerpts from my poem cycle, "The Washington Poems"
Scenes from Fatherhood (work in progress) (Parenting & Families)
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Description: Stories and poems depicting scenes from my children's youth
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Description: Some of my poetry which I have not, as yet, collected into a major work.
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“Romantic haste in drama brings
tears and sighs when the hero dies
but the curtain fall is final
when in life we take the tragic way
The sunset too is a glorious thing
but with it ends the day.”
C.P. Klapper, The Washington Poems

“Though all the guns be silenced,
each soldier in his home,
There is no peace till Love comes,
till the meek may safely roam.”
C.P. Klapper, The Washington Poems

“Beloved, let us love one another, because love is from God; everyone one who loves is born of God and knows God. Whoever does not love does not know God, for God is love.”
Anonymous, The New Testament

“Romantic haste in drama brings
tears and sighs when the hero dies
but the curtain fall is final
when in life we take the tragic way
The sunset too is a glorious thing
but with it ends the day.”
C.P. Klapper, The Washington Poems

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.”
Martin Luther King Jr., A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches

“The future ain't what it used to be.”
Yogi Berra

“Though all the guns be silenced,
each soldier in his home,
There is no peace till Love comes,
till the meek may safely roam.”
C.P. Klapper, The Washington Poems

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Christine Hi C.P, stopped by to see what's new on your page. Have a great week.
Blessings CJ
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Kelly Moran I commented and responded to your questions on my blog interview. I hope it helped. If not, leave more questions and I'll try to answer.
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message 18: by C.P.

C.P. Mehrdad wrote: "Hi dear C.P. I have a question.
How we can download the books ,recomended. in this web site I mean.
And this is free or need to pay money?
Have a good day."


Hi Mehrdad,

Sorry about the delay in answering, but the recommended books are available in a variety of forms and through a variety of vendors. By and large, the most of the books are printed and available through on-line book stores, are not free and are shipped according to the rates and discounts offered by the stores. GoodReads also provides a way for readers to exchange books with other readers, though I have not used that facility.

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Carl Peter





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Leslie i get my scrapbooking supplies from a scrapbooking store in milltown called scrappers cove. i used to teach classes there, but i can't find the time to do it anymore. i also shop online, but i haven't in awhile...i have entirely too much stuff and don't need anymore supplies!


Christine Hi from down under CP. Dropped by to see what’s new with you.

Blessings CJ

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Shawnette Hi, C.P...WELCOME to goodreads...Happy New Year's to you and yours...thanks for the invite into your circle of friends...CONGRATS on your books of poetry...and best of luck to you with any/all future writings...have a blessed week...looking forward to sharing chats, reviews and any/all recommendations...Happy Reading & Writing :-)


message 14: by Saleh

Saleh Hi.What We Talk About When We Talk About Love?PLZ Answer The Question In My Profile.


message 13: by Maria

Maria Dear Klapper,

It would be my honor to be as your friend.
Thanks for adding me.

Merry Christmas!!!

Cheers,
Maria


message 12: by Andrea

Andrea Kulman Very well put, C.P.!!! I am referring to your post on the author request thread. Have a very Merry Christmas!!! :~D


message 11: by Tien

Tien Hi CP,

Welcome to Pick-a-Shelf! Our pick for November is historical fiction. Once you read a book off this shelf, post a short review and a rating of 1 to 5 stars on the discussion thread entitled Historical Fiction Books Read in November. If you need some help getting some ideas of what to read, check out the thread entitled Your reads for November...there are some great ideas there or you could ask for some specific help to choose a book to read!

If you have read a book for this month’s shelf and have posted a review of it, you’ll have an entry for a draw for the winning member to choose the next month’s shelf.

See you on PaS!

Happy reading,
Karen


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Roger Cottrell Hi CP,
Thanks for the add.
Roger


message 9: by Dg

Dg Thank you!!!!

: )


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Reny Hi, thanks for the add!

Renny


Bradley I hope you are having a good day! =)

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message 5: by Eva

Eva Gabler Thanks for the kind words :) This is a very addictive place.... I've spent way too many hours here already, lol

The add-new-books feature is very easy to handle... and I've started with those authors that are either my favourite ones or that I have very many books of. Thus the fairly speedy input of titles :)


message 4: by Holly

Holly Jacobs Hi, CP!

Thanks so much for the invite!

Holly

SAME TIME NEXT SUMMER...on shelves now!


message 3: by Eva

Eva Gabler wow... that was quick !!! Thank you for bringing me to this place here :))

xxIv.


message 2: by N.V.

N.V. Torres Thank you for the beautiful comment...
I am enjoying it here, thanks!
Hope are having a wonderful weekend.

peace,
Nilsa


Chester Welcome to Good Reads, C.P. I enjoy poetry but seldom find time to read it. As a mystery writer, I spend most of my time reading and writing mysterious stuff. Check out the blog I write with five others called Murderous Musings (http://www.murderousmusings.blogspot.com).


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