Nightmare in New York

Author: Don Pendleton
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497685605
Format: PDF
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The Executioner targets New York’s five families, who are about to go political Mack Bolan escapes England unhurt but unarmed, praying for a quiet homecoming. This ex­–Vietnam sniper, whose war against the Mafia has taken him around the globe, should have known better. Four mob heavies surround him as he gets off the plane, but it only takes a moment for the man known as the Executioner to take one of their guns as his own. He fights his way to the helipad and lifts off on a short trip to Midtown. The skies are quiet, but the mob will be waiting when he lands. Injured in his escape, Bolan takes refuge with a trio of kind young women, who nurse him back to health as he discovers a Mafia conspiracy to take control of the nation’s government. His European vacation is over, and it’s time for the Executioner to go to work.

Nightmare in New York

Author: Anthony Masters
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1448210127
Format: PDF, Docs
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Summer has always been such fun, the family together at Formentera. This year is different. Colin's dad mysteriously disappears, presumed drowned, leaving a note - SORRY. CAN'T HOLD ON ANY LONGER. Suddenly nothing makes sense. Colin heads for New York to discover the truth about his father's 'death' but ends up on the run from the 'Sandman'. Who can be behind all of this? It must be someone very powerful indeed...

Nightmare on 33rd Street

Author: Rick Carpiniello
Publisher: Albion Press (FL)
ISBN: 9780970917003
Format: PDF, Mobi
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After the New York Rangers missed the NHL playoffs for the third consecutive season in '99-2000, big changes were in the air at Madison Square Garden. Glen Sather was hired as team president/general manager, and he named Ron Low coach and brought back Mark Messier, the captain of the Rangers' 1995 Stanley Cup championship team. In "Nightmare on 33rd Street: A Long Season with the New York Rangers," veteran hockey beat writer Rick Carpiniello takes a day-by-day, game-by-game journey with a team in transition. From the preseason to the season's bitter end and the important offseason dealings, Carpiniello brings hockey fans inside the locker rooms and boardrooms and onto the ice with a team struggling to regain its winning form. Sather, the architect of championship clubs in Edmonton, discovers that running a team in the big city is a different story. In trying to find the right mix of talent, players are traded or sent to the minors while others are brought to the big club in their places. Constant trade rumors and turmoil sweep through the locker room. Key Ranger players, including goalie Mike Richter, fall victim to injury. Coach Low juggles the everchanging roster, while captain Messier, now 40 years old, attempts to rally the troops. Nightmare on 33rd Street is an inside look at the tumultuous New York Rangers' 2000-01 season by a seasoned observer of the hockey scene.

CAESAR S COLUMN New York Dystopia

Author: Ignatius Donnelly
Publisher: e-artnow
ISBN: 8026873947
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This carefully crafted ebook: “CAESAR'S COLUMN (New York Dystopia)” is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. When Gabriel Weltstein visits New York in 1988 (98 years after the publication of this novel) he is mesmerized by the city and its modern technologies including air travel! But little does he know that he is soon going to see the underbelly of the city and those who control everything. Gabriel finds himself outmatched against the Oligarchs who run the entire rapacious and oppressive social and economic order. Can Gabriel escape his worst nightmare? Can he un-see what he has seen and survive to tell the tale? And what is the “Brotherhood of Destruction” and what do they want? Read on! Ignatius Donnelly (1831–1901) was a U.S. Congressman, populist writer, and amateur scientist. In 1882, Donnelly published Atlantis: The Antediluvian World, his best known work, detailing theories concerning the mythical lost continent of Atlantis.

Angel s Nightmare Adventure

Author: Angel Ramon
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781539086369
Format: PDF
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Angel's Nightmare Adventures is a short story divided into two very different perspectives. Just imagine if New York City is invaded by zombies and two regular joes must survive the survival horror. One of the people is Angel, a seventeen-year-old H.S. student getting ready for an oral operation. Follow Angel in the first short story as he tries to survive and escape from a hospital where he is supposed to be undergoing oral surgery. Angel will find out that the hospital contains more secrets than meets the eye! The other is Luis a career criminal turned good and decided to get into the police force. Follow Luis in the second story as he is on his first day of duty as a police officer of the NYPD, only to end up in a mansion trying to survive and find any survivors. He is with his partners in crime, but can Luis trust his own friends and will Angel and Luis ever cross paths? A company called the Hybrid Corporation is responsible for making chemicals used in hospitals however, they've had a checkered past and haven't necessary been the most truthful of people. Is this zombie invasion a natural occurrence or is there a secret NWO plot hidden within the mayhem and is the Hybrid Corporation involved? What will Angel and Luis have to endure and uncover as they experience the invasion of zombies in New York City? Only one way to find out! Are you ready to get scared, if so read on! Prepare for an adventure with many twists and turns as both Angel and Luis face some of their biggest fears. Also, anything that can go wrong will go wrong! Trust us zombies are only the beginning. Prepare for a survival horror adventure where anything is possible and regular animals such as frogs and spiders become your worse nightmare. One piece of advice, don't read this book in the dark, you may suffer from nightmares! Enjoy the ride!

Tocqueville s Nightmare

Author: Daniel R. Ernst
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199920877
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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In the 1830s, the French aristocrat Alexis de Tocqueville warned that "insufferable despotism" would prevail if America ever acquired a national administrative state. Today's Tea Partiers evidently believe that, after a great wrong turn in the early twentieth century, Tocqueville's nightmare has come true. In those years, it seems, a group of radicals, seduced by alien ideologies, created vast bureaucracies that continue to trample on individual freedom. In Tocqueville's Nightmare, Daniel R. Ernst destroys this ahistorical and simplistic narrative. He shows that, in fact, the nation's best corporate lawyers were among the creators of "commission government" that supporters were more interested in purging government of corruption than creating a socialist utopia, and that the principles of individual rights, limited government, and due process were built into the administrative state. Far from following "un-American" models, American state-builders rejected the leading European scheme for constraining government, the Rechtsstaat (a state of rules). Instead, they looked to an Anglo-American tradition that equated the rule of law with the rule of courts and counted on judges to review the bases for administrators' decisions. Soon, however, even judges realized that strict judicial review shifted to courts decisions best left to experts. The most masterful judges, including Charles Evans Hughes, Chief Justice of the United States from 1930 to 1941, ultimately decided that a "day in court" was unnecessary if individuals had already had a "day in commission" where the fundamentals of due process and fair play prevailed. This procedural notion of the rule of law not only solved the judges' puzzle of reconciling bureaucracy and freedom. It also assured lawyers that their expertise in the ways of the courts would remain valuable, and professional politicians that presidents would not use administratively distributed largess as an independent source of political power. Tocqueville's nightmare has not come to pass. Instead, the American administrative state is a restrained and elegant solution to a thorny problem, and it remains in place to this day.

New York Nightmare

Author: Erica Pass
Publisher: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books
ISBN: 9780671019570
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Alex's powers run amok in the Big Apple--and no one notices!

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

Madison s Nightmare

Author: Peter M. Shane
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226749428
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The George W. Bush administration’s ambitious—even breathtaking—claims of unilateral executive authority raised deep concerns among constitutional scholars, civil libertarians, and ordinary citizens alike. But Bush’s attempts to assert his power are only the culmination of a near-thirty-year assault on the basic checks and balances of the U.S. government—a battle waged by presidents of both parties, and one that, as Peter M. Shane warns in Madison’s Nightmare, threatens to utterly subvert the founders’ vision of representative government. Tracing this tendency back to the first Reagan administration, Shane shows how this era of "aggressive presidentialism" has seen presidents exerting ever more control over nearly every arena of policy, from military affairs and national security to domestic programs. Driven by political ambition and a growing culture of entitlement in the executive branch—and abetted by a complaisant Congress, riven by partisanship—this presidential aggrandizement has too often undermined wise policy making and led to shallow, ideological, and sometimes outright lawless decisions. The solution, Shane argues, will require a multipronged program of reform, including both specific changes in government practice and broader institutional changes aimed at supporting a renewed culture of government accountability. From the war on science to the mismanaged war on terror, Madison’s Nightmare outlines the disastrous consequences of the unchecked executive—and issues a stern wake-up call to all who care about the fate of our long democratic experiment.