Archive for January, 2013

Olympic Judo Coach Beat Students

January 30, 2013
Olympic Judo Coach Beat Students

Raw Story reports: Japan’s Olympic female judokas were beaten with bamboo swords and slapped by their coaches, officials said, weeks after a schoolboy suicide sparked debate over corporal punishment. A 15-strong group of judokas complained to the Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) last month that they had been subjected to physical punishment by the team’s head […]

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Is The “UN Agenda 21” Boogey-Man Just a Paper Tiger?

January 27, 2013
Is The “UN Agenda 21” Boogey-Man Just a Paper Tiger?

A friend asked me to review an article in “The American Thinker” that was critical of what is called the UN “Agenda 21”, a blueprint for “sustainable” communities. Now, we live in a very rural community which has seen quite a battle with farmers and folks living in simple, rough conditions being squeezed out of […]

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Was Anwar al-Awlaki a U.S. Agent?

January 20, 2013
Was Anwar al-Awlaki a U.S. Agent?

Joseph Cannon at “Cannonfire” has re-opened a nasty wound that has proven troubling to the Obama administration: Was Anwar al-Awlaki a U.S. deep-cover agent? Or was he possibly killed in a drone strike as a “mop-up operation”, burying evidence related to 911? Or Both? Here he describes the cover story: “Anwar al-Awlaki was an American […]

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Germany Wants It’s Gold Back

January 17, 2013
Germany Wants It’s Gold Back

The excellent financial website “Zerohedge” has a strangely disturbing story up – The Germans want their gold back: –It Begins: Bundesbank To Commence Repatriating Gold From New York Fed “In what could be a watershed moment for the price, provenance, and future of physical gold, not to mention the “stability” of the entire monetary regime […]

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Christian Outrage Over Military Yoga Training

January 12, 2013
Christian Outrage Over Military Yoga Training

Salon.com is reporting on the latest Christian outrage: Yoga training in the U.S. military: “Tony Perkins, the head of the Family Research Council, a right-wing Christian think tank that has been classified as a hate group, has flipped out over a “wacky” new initiative being tested in U.S. military training programs. No, it’s not the […]

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With Rape on the Increase, Indian Women Turn to Self-Defense

January 6, 2013
With Rape on the Increase, Indian Women Turn to Self-Defense

“Raw Story” Reports: “New Delhi has long been known as the “rape capital of India”, with more than twice as many cases in 2011 as the commercial hub Mumbai, and special care is taken by most women when travelling at night or on public transport. But the December 16 gang-rape, in which a 23-year-old student […]

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Herbal Health: The Stinging Nettle

January 1, 2013
Herbal Health: The Stinging Nettle

At the turn of the new year, thoughts often drift toward health and self-improvement (as many of us may be nursing a hangover). In may of 2011 I wrote about the benefits of Milk Thistle Tea as a liver de-tox and hangover cure, the link can be found HERE. Today we’ll take a look at […]

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  • When Orcas Island Had A Sea Serpent
    May 1909, off the North Shore of Orcas Island, Washington State: “As Baker ran he saw the water begin foaming out past the reef, and the head of a huge serpent rose from the roiling waters. Ten feet and more of the monster’s head surfaced, and his undulating body rose in and out of the […]
  • Mixed Review: “Fault Lines” By Kruse And Zelizer
    It’s not often that I give mixed reviews, I usually select books that I am truly interested in. Additionally, I rarely quit reading a book I intend to review, but that’s exactly what I did with this book. I initially really wanted to read this book to reinforce my reckoning of news from my teen […]
  • Monkey Business: Two Very Different Bigfoot Books
    In these crazy times, I have had a need to take a break from political research. What I found is as informative and interesting as it is scary. That is, reading up on Bigfoot-Sasquatch, which probably for the same reason I found, has hit an all-time high public interest cycle. Bigfooters, or “Squatchers”, as they […]
  • Review: “How Fascism Works” By Jason Stanley
    I really appreciate when an author can boil complex ideas down to easily understandable concepts. “How Fascism Works – The Politics of Us and Them” by Professor Jason Stanley is just such a book. Stanley, a Yale professor has produced an examination of fascism that is reflected in the current state of American affairs. Fascism […]
  • Review: “Devolution” By Max Brooks
    People who read this blog have probably noted a change in the material I have reviewed lately. Recent subjects include: permaculture, radicalism in the 1970’s, pre-history revisionism, and yes, Bigfoot. The fact is, I am in a political burn-out mode and needed some breathing room with off-beat subject matter. Rarely do I read fiction, but […]