Review: Inside Trump’s White House by Doug Wead

Doug Weld 3 Stars — Annoying Puff Piece that Glorifies Jared & Ivanka Kushner, Lacks Substance I thought this book was going to be important so I looked at the index first (extremely good) and then the end notes (unprofessional and mediocre — URLs instead of full citations of author, title, publication, date). Then on …

Zero Hedge: Silicon Valley Gulag (Review of Google Archipelago: The Digital Gulag and the Simulation of Freedom

Silicon Valley Gulag Authored by Jason Morgan via The Mises Institute, [Review of Michael Rectenwald, Google Archipelago: The Digital Gulag and the Simulation of Freedom (Nashville, TN, and London: New English Review Press, 2019).] The near-homogeneity of Silicon Valley political beliefs has gone from wry punchline to national crisis in the United States.

Unz Review: The Criminalization of Masculinity – Review of Baskerville’s The New Politics of Sex

The Criminalization of Masculinity The New Politics of Sex: The Sexual Revolution, Civil Liberties, and the Growth of Government Power (pdf download; Amazon) By Stephen Baskerville Kettering, OH: Angelico Press, 2017 Triumphant feminism is re-creating the “combination of political corruption, economic stagnation, swollen prison populations, and politicized criminal justice” familiar to us from Soviet communism. …

Review: The Constitution Needs A Good Party & rConstitution Papers

Our government’s out of control: undeclared wars, abortion, agency after agency. Meanwhile, our government people have strong powers to not execute unconstitutional laws, to veto, and to repeal. What we’re missing is a good party with separated powers, enumerated powers, and offsetting powers, and with strong controls on the quality of its brand. Build a …

Review: Ben Garrison’s Big Book of Editorial Cartoons

Ben Garrison 6 Stars — A Most Extraordinary Collection of Culturally Important Cartoons — Unabashedly Pro-Faith, Pro-Family — A Patriotic Celebration of Sanity This was a LIMITED EDITION of 1,000 copies, copy #001 of which has gone to President Trump. There are TEN COPIES left at $200 each, I will say that in my view …

Review: Hidden in Plain Sight – Beyond the X-Files

Richard Sauder, PhD 4 Stars – The most recent of three books, the one to read if you read only one, but does NOT repeat all the maps, photos, and diagrams from first two This book was published in 2010 and is the most recent of the three books that I bought and read, all …

Review: Underwater and Underground Bases

Richard Sauder, PhD 4 Star Second book in series, focus on underwater cities and bases with emphasis on submarine pens and secret cross peninsula tunnels As with the first book, this one published in 2001, it is a quick read and it includes diagrams, maps, and photographs. While not definitive, and the author is careful …

Review: Underground Bases and Tunnels – What is the government trying to hide?

Richard Sauder, PhD 4 Star The original overview from 1995 first serious book about deep underground military bases (DUMB) Although Amazon lists this book as published in 2014, that is a reprint date.  This is the original 1995 publication, and the author, a PhD who does not drink or do drugs, is the original open …

Review: Thanks for the Memories…The truth has set me free! The memoirs of Bob Hope’s and Henry Kissinger’s mind-controlled slave.

Brice Taylor aka Sue Ford 1 Star – Libelous Lies Rooted in Theft This book was referred to me by a PhD MD for evaluation after they read my review of Cathy O’Brien’s book, TRANCE: Formation of America, which is the real deal. I have read the book, and took it so seriously I even …

Review (Guest): Google Archipelago – The Digital Gulag and the Simulation of Freedom

5 Star – Deep Look at New Form of Tyranny Google Archipelago: The Digital Gulag and the Simulation of Freedom begins with familiar cultural politics as points of entry to the book’s theme regarding the reach, penetration, and soon the ubiquity of the digital world. In a book about enormous sea changes brought about by …

Stephen E. Arnold: MIT Technology Review on Amazon Ubber Alles — The New Deep State?

Meet America’s newest military giant: Amazon The Pentagon’s controversial $10bn JEDI cloud computing deal is one of the most lucrative defense contracts ever. Amazon’s in pole position to win—and its move into the military has been a long time coming. Stephen E. Arnold, a specialist in intelligence and law enforcement software, has used a series …

Review: Haig’s Coup – How Richard Nixon’s Closest Aide Forced Him From Office

Ray Locker 5 Star — WARNING NOTICE FOR PRESIDENT TRUMP — Could History Repeat Itself? Roger Stone recommended this book to me when we were talking about the possibility of President Trump being in a similar situation, where the Attorney General and selected aides in the White House might be conspiring against the President. And …

Ed Jewett: Review Patrick Pasin in The FBI, Accomplice of 9/11 — 9/11 Inside Job, FBI Knew in Advance, Covered It Up Afterwards — 3 Journalists Murdered and 1 Fired When Russian Information Made Available

Did you know that FBI agents knew all details of September 11 in advance, including the date, the targets, the means, the perpetrators? Did you know that their hierarchy forbade them to warn the public under threat of prosecution? Did you know that the FBI lost, manipulated, and even made disappear, evidence of what really …

J. C. Cole: American Gray Swans – Week 38 – A Quick Review

American Gray Swans – Week 38 – A Quick Review As many now know the Gray Swans are an adaptation of Nassim Taleb’s famous theory on a Black Swan Event. A Black Swan is an unpredictable event that is catastrophic – a game changer. Most famous was 911. The world changed that day and virtually …