Archive for June, 2014

Willie Nelson; Black Belt

June 29, 2014
Willie Nelson; Black Belt

Well, well, well; Here’s living proof to reassure me that smoking weed and playing guitar will indeed keep me young – Willie Nelson was awarded his 5th degree Black Belt at age 81. Those of us who have been in the martial arts for quite a while know that most Dan rankings are ceremonial starting […]

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Review: Weird Scenes Inside The Canyon by David McGowan

June 22, 2014
Review: Weird Scenes Inside The Canyon by David McGowan

“Weird Scenes Inside The Canyon” by Dave McGowan has been a long time coming, as it was serialized first on the internet as Dave collected information and worked out the bugs. The intriguing subtitle is “Laurel Canyon, Covert Ops & The Dark Heart of the Hippie Dream”, eluding to a time of change in the […]

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The Dawn of the Killer Robots

June 6, 2014
The Dawn of the Killer Robots

The other day I heard a great interview with John Whitehead, author of “A Government of Wolves” – a book I’m ordering today. Whitehead went into great detail about the new age of killer robots that is about to happen. Sure, we have flying drones that are killing people in the Middle East and Africa, […]

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RSS Northwest Research & Covert Book Report

  • Did Jack Scott “Radicalize” The NBA’s Bill Walton?
    Did Jack Scott Radicalize NBA Star Bill Walton? Sadly, we have to note that Bill Walton (and Jack Scott) are no longer living. Walton was a hero for many where I grew up in Portland, Oregon. He was the star of an NBA championship, which I pretty much didn’t care about. Later, Walton was doing […]
  • Review: Gold Warriors – America’s Secret Recovery Of Yamashita’s Gold
    This book, “Gold Warriors”, by Sterling and Peggy Seagrave is really, really good. It can be expensive because it is out of print, but I bought it long ago and it has been waiting in my “to read” pile. Affordable copies can still be found, I ordered one for a friend and apparently it is […]
  • “Burning” Issues Remain After 2013 Exchange Fire
    Photo c/o exchangeorcas.org People who have lived in San Juan County long enough are familiar with the original “Exchange”, a recycle/re-use operation, designed to take useful items out of the waste stream. The “Exchange” is variously reported as being established between 1981 and 1983, and contains nearly everything needed to outfit a household. The Exchange […]
  • Review: “Mind Games – The Assassination Of John Lennon”
    “Mind Games” is a great “Who-Done-it”. Of course, I am old enough to have remembered the December 1980 killing of Lennon – as well as that of JFK, King, And RFK. In fact, there are multiple similarities between the assassination of Robert Kennedy and that of John Lennon. Author David Whelan has deeply studied the […]
  • Review: “The Truth About Wuhan” By Dr. Andrew G. Huff
    Want some serious information about the origins of the COVID virus? “The Truth About Wuhan” is the book for you. Dr. Andrew G. Huff was an EcoHealth Alliance Vice President, definitely an insider with specialized knowledge regarding the creation of the Covid virus. The sub-title of the book is “How I Uncovered The Biggest Lie […]