Archive for September, 2017

The Vietnam Lie

September 17, 2017
The Vietnam Lie

Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns has come out with his latest project; 18 hours trying to explain the Vietnam war. One early review I read suggested that nothing is really ever explained, understood or concluded in the series, much like a snake eating it’s own tail. One of the most strident criticisms comes from Douglas Valentine, […]

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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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    As the plague season rolls on, my reading has (as a matter of sanity) drifted from hard-core political filth to more esoteric subjects. They have been quite a welcome distraction. For instance, I recently reviewed “Daydream Sunset” by Ron Jacobs, about counterculture in the 1970’s. (All reviews can be found at https://www.covertbookreport.com/ ) Then we […]
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  • Review: “Surveillance Valley” By Yasha Levine
    Once in a while a book comes long that smacks you in the head and says: “This is whats really going on”. “Surveillance Valley – The Secret Military History Of The Internet” – by Yasha Levine, is just such a book. We live in an age of technical wonder, a quasi-magical age where information is […]
  • Review: “Breath” By James Nestor
    Review: “Breath” by James Nestor Every now and then I come across a book that I claim is the most important book I have read this year. Of course, I sometimes say that two or three times a year. However, one such book is “Breath – The New Science Of A Lost Art”, by James […]
  • Review: The Hunt For Zero Point – By Nick Cook
    In an effort to get a little distance from hardcore politics and history, I recently reviewed a book on the counterculture in the ’70’s and a great book on Bigfoot. Now comes a book on government research into antigravity and the “flying saucer” phenomenon. “The Hunt For Zero Point – Inside The Classified World Of […]