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Book Review: Getting Rich Without Capitalism

The “lens” in which we view the world is important. The “lens” is a simplistic term for describing our worldview, our analysis, and perhaps our ideology, in which we interpret an event, a relationship, or a situation. We all have a lens…

Towers of Deception: Book Review

The book is 400 pages long, (including a modest index and 28 pages of Endnotes), and fortunately, Zwicker makes it an enjoyable 400 pages. Throughout Towers of Deception (hereon TOD), he employs a writing style that reflects his personable…

Democracy: The Bigger It Gets, the Worse It Gets

Although it was long assumed that the electoral college favored Democrats - and this assumption continued right up to election night 2016 - Democrats in the United States have now decided the electoral college is a bad thing. Thus, we…

Amazon Bans the Secret Relationship Between Blacks & Jews

The banning of four Nation of Islam Black history books by Amazon, the largest bookseller in the world, provides a perfect opportunity to examine the wickedly racist ways Jewish power is wielded in America. Amazon provided no warning, no…

Book Review: Palestine and Rule of Power

Palestine And Rule Of Power: Local Dissent vs. International Governance Edited by Alaa Tartir and Timothy Seidel Palgrave Macmillan, Middle East Today Series, 1st ed. 2019 252 pages, US$ 85

Enlightenment without end

If we no longer seek virtue and salvation, we should blame the triumvirate of Machiavelli, Hobbes and Adam Smith.

Shithole Countries: Made in the USA

In two years, the world has become accustomed to being shocked by the words and actions of United States President Donald Trump. In January of this year, he again showed his lack of diplomacy, tack and common decency, when he referred to…