Archive for November, 2015

Review: The Search For Lee Harvey Oswald – By Robert J. Groden

November 28, 2015
Review: The Search For Lee Harvey Oswald – By Robert J. Groden

The weekend of November 22nd was the 52nd anniversary of the Kennedy assassination in Dallas, 1963. As luck would have it, we were visiting my favorite used bookstore in a nearby town and found a real score; “The Search for Lee Harvey Oswald – A Comprehensive Photographic Record” by Robert J. Groden. Groden has been […]

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Paris Attacks Phase 2

November 15, 2015
Paris Attacks Phase 2

With the thousands of refugee’s entering Europe from American-caused chaos in the Middle East, the second wave of terror attacks was bound to happen. I’ve waited several days to comment because I wanted to survey the early reports on who, what and why these attacks occurred. Let me be clear that I do not fall […]

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The Kill Zone?

November 7, 2015
The Kill Zone?

Kennedy assassination researcher and author of “Crossfire” Jim Marrs was on a recent radio interview and pointed out something I had never seen before. If you look very closely to this photo you will see a three-foot section of curb painted yellow on the far left and far right of the photo. This was taken […]

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Police Are Now Using “X-Ray” Vans

November 1, 2015
Police Are Now Using “X-Ray” Vans

“The Atlantic”, Pro-Publica and other news outlets are reporting that authorities are now using x-ray vans to peer into cars, houses, containers and virtually anything they want to point the damned thing at. This is extremely disturbing news, since the technology uses an estimated 40% more radiation than that of an airport scanner. Now, without […]

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RSS Northwest Research & Covert Book Report

  • Review: Killers Of The Flower Moon
    Soon to be a major motion picture, this story has some real promise. Promise to help solve age-old crimes, promise to resolve inhuman atrocities, promise to help make things right. This is the promise of “Killers Of The Flower Moon – The Osage Murders And The Birth Of The FBI”, by David Grann. Sadly, it […]
  • Review: Pandora’s Gamble, By Alison Young
    Review: Pandora’s Gamble Where do I begin with this startling and disturbing book? First, the author, Alison Young, worked as a reporter for USA Today, the Detroit Free Press, the Atlanta Journal Constitution, and has won numerous awards for her investigative reporting. “Pandora’s Gamble” is subtitled “Lab Leaks, Pandemics, And A World At Risk”. Much […]
  • Review: Floating Stones – Great Pyramid Built With Water Power
    Now here is an interesting find, recommended by a good friend. This book is a very thought-provoking theory of how the Great Pyramid was built. Authors Samuel R. Sampson is an architect, and co-author Michael N. Read is an engineer. Together they have come up with a very plausible scenario on how the largest Egyptian […]
  • Review: “The Dawn Of Everything”
    In my recent study of ancient civilizations, I bought this huge book – “The Dawn Of Everything – A New History Of Humanity”, by David Graeber and David Wengrow. This was a completely different type of read for me; Graeber and Wengrow are anthropologists and archeologists, and write as such. I don’t know a lot […]
  • Review Of Two Books On Neanderthals
    After reading Hancock and Schoch describing the destruction and survival of the human population during the last Ice Age, I wanted to learn more about the development of primitive man. Mind you, Hancock believed the destruction was caused by a comet that broke apart and hit the earth, while Schoch has evidence that the destruction […]