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Review: “The Socratic Method” – By Farnsworth

August 27, 2022
Review: “The Socratic Method” – By Farnsworth

Review: The Socratic Method By Ward Farnsworth Many months ago, I decided I needed to get into some classic books that I had never read in school. One such book was “The Republic” by Plato. Well, that didn’t last long. I was overwhelmed by the archaic language and ancient Greek names. I can be pretty […]

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Reviews: Sea Monsters & Sasquatch

August 21, 2022
Reviews: Sea Monsters & Sasquatch

Regular readers might know that I can’t just do dystopian analysis of current events all the time; sometimes I have to get into something completely different. With regard to that, I have reviewed a few Bigfoot books, and picked up some classic novels as well as books on philosophy. Today we take a look at […]

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Review: Ukraine In The Crossfire

August 3, 2022
Review: Ukraine In The Crossfire

I was very pleased to get a copy of “Ukraine In The Crossfire”, by Chris Kaspar De Ploeg. This book catalogs the rise of the nationalist far-right Nazis in Ukraine, as well as their well known WW 2 history. This book is an important reference for the set-up of Ukraine as a U.S./NATO pawn, who […]

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Review: “States Of Emergency”

July 5, 2022
Review: “States Of Emergency”

There is some surprisingly good analysis appearing that goes a long way to explaining just how we ended up in this global meltdown, and from several sources I am reading, it appears to be on purpose. One such resource is the new book “States Of Emergency” by a Dutch professor named Kees Van Der Pijl. […]

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The Civil War In The United States – By Marx & Engels

May 21, 2022
The Civil War In The United States – By Marx & Engels

I should start by saying that this is the first I have read of Marx, and honestly I haven’t studied deep into the American Civil War, so this book was very interesting to me. The book consists of written exchanges between Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, with a few others. It also includes passages from […]

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Monkey Business Part 2: Bigfoot Book, Magazine, And Newsletter

April 28, 2022
Monkey Business Part 2: Bigfoot Book, Magazine, And Newsletter

Sometimes expectations are somewhat above performance. I feel a little of that in the book “In The Valleys of the Noble Beyond”, by John Zada. Don’t get me wrong, I was pretty entertained by Zada’s navigating the isolated native communities of the British Columbia coast. Zada, (self-described from big-city Toronto) is a good writer, and […]

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Review – Robert Kennedy Jr. -“The Real Anthony Fauci”

March 25, 2022
Review – Robert Kennedy Jr. -“The Real Anthony Fauci”

  Honestly, this is a difficult review for me to write. This book, “The Real Anthony Fauci”, by Robert Kennedy Jr. is a dose of “forbidden knowledge”.   This is the book the establishment does not want you to read. As proof, they have done everything they can to shore up support for Dr. Fauci […]

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Review: “Columbus Was Last” By Patrick Huyghe

December 19, 2021
Review: “Columbus Was Last” By Patrick Huyghe

How many myths, how many lies is the history of man built on? Perhaps one of the biggest lies is that Columbus discovered America. This mythology is pounded into us from grade school on, and provides a shady sense of national pride for Italian-Americans. The problem is, as author Patrick Huyghe describes, “Columbus Was Last”. […]

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Two Reviews: The World’s Greatest Horse Warriors

November 20, 2021
Two Reviews: The World’s Greatest Horse Warriors

The Worlds Greatest Horse Warriors In this double-review we will look at two books that share one common quality: These two cultures were undoubtedly the best horse warriors in the world. But, that is where the comparison ends. The first book, though from a more modern perspective, is the best place to start. That book […]

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Mixed Review: “Fault Lines” By Kruse And Zelizer

July 31, 2021
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 […]

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  • Review: “The Socratic Method” – By Farnsworth
    Review: The Socratic Method By Ward Farnsworth Many months ago, I decided I needed to get into some classic books that I had never read in school. One such book was “The Republic” by Plato. Well, that didn’t last long. I was overwhelmed by the archaic language and ancient Greek names. I can be pretty […]
  • Reviews: Sea Monsters & Sasquatch
    Regular readers might know that I can’t just do dystopian analysis of current events all the time; sometimes I have to get into something completely different. With regard to that, I have reviewed a few Bigfoot books, and picked up some classic novels as well as books on philosophy. Today we take a look at […]
  • Review: Ukraine In The Crossfire
    I was very pleased to get a copy of “Ukraine In The Crossfire”, by Chris Kaspar De Ploeg. This book catalogs the rise of the nationalist far-right Nazis in Ukraine, as well as their well known WW 2 history. This book is an important reference for the set-up of Ukraine as a U.S./NATO pawn, who […]
  • Review: “States Of Emergency”
    There is some surprisingly good analysis appearing that goes a long way to explaining just how we ended up in this global meltdown, and from several sources I am reading, it appears to be on purpose. One such resource is the new book “States Of Emergency” by a Dutch professor named Kees Van Der Pijl. […]
  • The Civil War In The United States – By Marx & Engels
    I should start by saying that this is the first I have read of Marx, and honestly I haven’t studied deep into the American Civil War, so this book was very interesting to me. The book consists of written exchanges between Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, with a few others. It also includes passages from […]