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Review: “Propaganda” By Edward Bernays

June 17, 2018
Review: “Propaganda” By Edward Bernays

It’s all around us; on street signs, radio, papers, books and most importantly – television. It’s propaganda, and the person who re-popularized the term was Edward Bernays, the nephew of Sigmund Freud. “Propaganda” was written in 1928, at the dawn of serious mass media. Radio had been out for a while, and he makes mention […]

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“It Can’t Happen Here” Predicted Trump In 1935

May 13, 2018
“It Can’t Happen Here” Predicted Trump In 1935

It’s not often that I read and review fiction, but with the Trump presidency devolving into a desperate, rabid beast it was time to read “It Can’t Happen Here” by Sinclair Lewis. The book, which was written in 1935 as Fascism was rising in Europe, accurately predicted the rise of an authoritarian like Mein Trumpf. […]

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Review: The Martin Luther King Congressional Cover-Up

April 4, 2018
Review: The Martin Luther King Congressional Cover-Up

This is the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, one of the most important political and spiritual leaders of our time. So far, none of the media I have listened to has mentioned anything at all about one of the most obvious conspiracies in American history, the murder and cover-up of […]

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“Revolution’s End” Interview On Midnight Writer News

March 18, 2018
“Revolution’s End” Interview On Midnight Writer News

I’d like to bring your attention to a really, really good interview with Brad Schreiber, author of “Revolution’s End: The Patty Hearst Kidnapping, Mind Control, and the Secret History of Donald DeFreeze and the SLA”. Schreiber makes it clear in this interview that the emphasis in the book is more about kidnapper and government patsy […]

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Review: “The Almost Classified Guide to CIA Front Companies” By Wayne Madsen

March 7, 2018
Review: “The Almost Classified Guide to CIA Front Companies” By Wayne Madsen

For those of us who dabble in spy-hunting, Wayne Madsen has provided 400 pages of companies that he suggests are CIA fronts. The full title is “The Almost Classified Guide to CIA Front Companies, Proprietaries & Contractors”. Many of these are well known, but there are hundreds I have never heard of. Additionally, there are […]

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Review: “Rose City Vice” By Phil Stanford

September 10, 2017
Review: “Rose City Vice” By Phil Stanford

Portland Oregon is known for its granola-weed liberalism, Antifa, and the comic TV series “Portlandia“. What it is not generally known for is the KKK, the mob (as identified by attorney general Robert Kennedy), and being “the pornography capital of the west coast”. In “Rose City Vice – Portland in the ’70’s; Dirty Cops and […]

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Review: “Revolution’s End” By Brad Schreiber

August 8, 2017
Review: “Revolution’s End” By Brad Schreiber

The 1960’s were over – a time of great social upheaval, civil rights and radical movements that threatened the status quo of conservative society. These cultural swings were now being chipped away at by the power structure of the 1970’s, and Brad Schreiber’s book “Revolution’s End” tells how they went about dismantling those movements using […]

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The Hells Angels At Altamont – What Really Happened

January 29, 2017
The Hells Angels At Altamont – What Really Happened

The infamous Altamont Speedway concert in 1969 was recognized as a turning point in the music scene, the hippie scene and the outlaw biker scene. It was a cultural shift from “The Summer of Love” to the dawning of “The evil hippie”, a branding that exposed the dark undercurrent running through the California rock music […]

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Review: “The Devil’s Chessboard” By David Talbot

January 8, 2017
Review: “The Devil’s Chessboard” By David Talbot

There are books about the Nazis, books about spies, and books about the Kennedy assassination. David Talbot has managed to link all three in a pretty damned good history lesson about the dirty deals made at the end of World War 2 and beyond. Talbot’s book, “The Devil’s Chessboard – Allen Dulles, The CIA and […]

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“Dewey Defeats Truman” – The First Failed “Deep State” Election

November 20, 2016
“Dewey Defeats Truman” – The First Failed “Deep State” Election

With much hand-wringing and gnashing of teeth, the nation braces for our first reality-star presidency. The pointy hoods now removed, Trumps Breitbartian machine begins to mold the primordial slime into a frightening array of cabinet officials and law dogs. The biggest losers? Count the mainstream media among them. Nobody will trust network news anymore, and […]

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