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In a gratuitous attempt at positive thinking, I thought it would be useful (to me) to document a few of my 2013 activities that turned out to be good ones. So, without further adieu, here is a list, in no … Continue reading
These are my notes for: What Intelligence Tests Miss: The Psychology of Rational Thought by Keith E. Stanovich This book is profoundly important as it highlights a crucial deficit in the American awareness of its own cognitive health. I found … Continue reading
These are my brief notes about: The Naked Brain: How the emerging neurosociety is changing how we live, work, and love by Richard Restak, M.D.
One book that has been very influential for Kay and me these past few years is: The Underground History of American Education: A Schoolteacher’s Intimate Investigation Into The Problem Of Modern Schooling by John Taylor Gatto.
One a recent trip, Kay and I picked up a copy of The Whiskey Rebellion: George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, and the Frontier Rebels Who Challenged America’s Newfound Sovereignty by William Hogeland. After reading DiLorenzo’s The Real Lincoln, we were curious … Continue reading
I’m currently reading Overthrow: America’s century of regime change from Hawaii to Iraq by Stephen Kinzer. Kay and I bought the book as it promised to address (to some degree) the topic of governmental protectionism of big business. We’re presently … Continue reading
I’m currently reading In the Beginning: Compelling Evidence for Creation and the Flood (8th Edition) by Dr. Walter Brown. Far from being a mere dogmatist, Brown objectively refutes common evolutionary theories for the origins of the earth and of its current … Continue reading
I just finished reading Where Did The Towers Go: The evidence of directed free-energy technology on 9/11 by Dr. Judy Wood. The book examines 9/11 evidence rarely discussed in the mainstream media, such as: The rubble pile was not remotely big … Continue reading