Posts Tagged ‘review’

Facial recognition legislation now under review

Facial recognition is back on the agenda. Photo: LAS The Australian government is pushing ahead with plans to develop a national facial recognition database, with long-overdue reviews into ‘identity security’ laws now underway in parliament. The Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security is currently discussing three new controversial pieces of legislation, after state governments unanimously […]

Lemon balm is excellent survival medicine: Review of its medicinal properties and how to use it

(Natural News) Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) is a medicinal herb that belongs to the mint family. It has many health benefits, and it can be used to treat fevers or make soothing lemon balm tea. (h/t to TheOrganicPrepper.com) Despite what Big Pharma would have you believe, prescription drugs have been shown to worsen […]

Review: Licensed to Lie – Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice by Sidney Powell (Trump Revolution Book 41)

SUMMARY REVIEW (Trump Revolution Book 41) Sidney Powell, Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice (Sidney Powell, 2014 reprinted 2018) 6 Star – The Long Needed Stake in the Heart of the Department of Injustice and Crooked Judges as Well as Prosecutors Across the USA Reviewed by Robert David Steele When this […]

19. Review: Reclaiming the American Right by Justin Raimondo

In this episode I look toward the thinkers of the pre-WWII American right wing, commonly referred to as the Old Right, and the usurpation of the conservative movement by successive waves of neoconservatives. Raimondo weighs the prospects of the libertarians and paleoconservatives, and explores the notion of a new fusionism between the two. I contrast […]

Book Review: Live From Nicaragua: Uprising Or Coup? A Reader

Book Review: Live From Nicaragua: Uprising Or Coup? A Reader Above: Nicaraguans celebrate the 1979 revolution, July 2018. By Alfred Zniga, AP. Note: The book, Live From Nicaragua: An Uprising Or A Coup, published by the Alliance for Global Justice is available free online.  Downloads available in e-book or PDF format Live from Nicaragua PDF (5.8Mb) For […]

“Rise and Kill First.” – The Secret Israeli Worldwide Assassination Program. Book Review

“It made no difference which Palestinians we killed… They either were terrorists or would become terrorists or they gave birth to terrorists.”  – former IDF commander, Rafael “ Raful” Eitan. Spies,  Femme fatale, deadly plots, killings, bombs, knives, guns, and an array of unique murderous weaponry that would make James Bond and “Q” envious. All this, […]

Why you should eat pears: A nutrient review

(Natural News) Did you know that pears are related to apples? Like apples, pears are juicy, nutritious fruits rich in vitamins and minerals. Pear trees can live for more than 250 years, making them one of the longest-living fruit trees on Earth. Cultivated pears are derived from one or two wild pear […]

#CultureWars #LogosRising E. Michael Jones on Patriotic Weekly Review E. Michael Jones Published on Jun 6, 2019

Blog of Staś Staś Source Article from https://stanstasblog.wordpress.com/2019/06/07/culturewars-logosrising-e-michael-jones-on-patriotic-weekly-review-e-michael-jones-published-on-jun-6-2019/ Related Posts Weekly report on israel’s terrorism on Palestinians (25 July – 31 July 2019) PCHR Weekly Report On Israeli Human Rights Violations (25 – 31 July 2019) Israeli violations Weekly report on israel’s terrorism on Palestinians (18 July – 24 July 2019) PCHR Weekly Report On […]

Low-Dose Aspirin Linked To Bleeding In the Skull, JAMA Review Says

June 3rd, 2019 By Sayer Ji Contributing writer for Wake Up World Originally published at greenmedinfo.com and reproduced here with permission. For decades, doctors recommended a so-called “baby” or “low-dose” aspirin to prevent heart attacks and stroke. New research shows that this practice is outdated, and may have life-threatening side effects, including deadly brain bleeding. Research on the […]

Iran, Russia review latest Mideast developments

IRNA – Iran’s Ambassador to Moscow Mehdi Sanaei and Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Vershinin held talks on the latest developments of the Middle East. The two sides discussed issues about bilateral relations and the international and the regional developments, particularly in the Middle East including Syria and Yemen. In the meeting, Sanaei and Vershinin […]

“MuellerGate”, A Report Review: Who Cooked Up the “RussiaGate” Conspiracy”?

We need a bipartisan Muellergate investigation to determine who cooked up the Russiagate conspiracy that has taken over US foreign policy and driven American political discourse from idiotic to imbecilic. However, in the schreechfest that our domestic politics has become, we’re no more likely to get a bipartisan Muellergate investigation than we are to get […]

Here’s How to Review All The Recordings Alexa Has of You and Your Family

Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge Waking Times Guess who wrote the following text: When Alexa runs your home, Amazon tracks you in more ways than you might want Would you let a stranger eavesdrop in your home and keep the recordings? For most people, the answer is, “Are you crazy?”   Yet that’s essentially what Amazon […]

Book Review: On the Plains of Kerreri

Brock Walker On the Plains of Kerreri is a work of historical fiction, set in the mid-to-late 1800s, in Africa during one of that country’s bloodiest conflicts, The Battle of Omdurman. During this battle 80,000 face each other across the Plains of the Kerreri. This story describes the 19th century global clash and will show […]

Book Review: A Surgeon’s Life With Bipolar Disorder

John A. Emery, M.D. Editor’s Note: A Surgeon’s Life with Bipolar Disorder is a memoir of a successful Urologist who delves into the experience of living with bipolar disorder and serving in Vietnam as a Naval doctor attached to the Marine Corps. In this book the author, John Emery, M.D.  reflects on important historical moments, […]

Book Review: Now It’s Inescapable

Bill McCausland Book Review: Now It’s Inescapable.  Bill McCausland ISBN: 978-1-5462-3078-6  soft back  Author House This is a fictional work about what very well are nonfiction topics in the life of Dr. Glen Cole who was known for being the best plastic surgeon around. The doctor has sunk into a morass of taking pharmaceuticals that […]

1397 year in review: Top foreign officials’ visits with Supreme Leader

March 27, The Iran Project – The following timeline lists all visits made by senior officials of foreign countries with Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei during Persian Iranian calendar year of 1397 (ended on March 20, 2019). Arranged in order of time. In total, more than five heads of state held […]

Yellow Vest week in review: March 16 to be the biggest march in months

March 14, 2019 by Ramin Mazaheri for The Saker Blog The fundamental problem with media coverage regarding regarding the Yellow Vests is that it fails to see it as an already-permanent movement, or even a possibly-permanent one: each week must be either the biggest one yet, or the very last one. The Yellow Vests see […]

Jazz Review: Gilad Atzmon & The Orient House Ensemble in Reading, January 2019

http://www.jazzinreading.com/?p=12229&future=true Friday 18 January, Progress Theatre, Reading Gilad Atzmon soprano, alto & tenor saxophones, | Ross Stanley piano | Yaron Stavi double bass, | Enzo Zirilli drums Their ears assailed by what seemed like an obsessive twenty-three-minute solo outing of ‘My Favourite Things’ on a strange high-pitched serpent-like instrument, the soprano saxophone, large chunks of the audience voted with their feet […]

A Psychologist’s review of the APA practice guidelines for men and boys (Update)

     Comment: The following is a written response to the American Psychological Association, by psychologist Chris Ferguson, August 2018, in the Council of Representatives meeting where the APA’s first-ever guidelines for practice with men and boys were voted on. Ferguson published the response on the Scribd platform. This document reviews a proposed draft for the […]

Expression on the Corporate Web: 2018 Year in Review

By Jillian C. York If 2017 was the year that corporate platforms were finally forced to recognize their outsized role on the Web, then 2018 should be remembered as the year that many such platforms began to reckon with it. From Facebook finally instituting an appeals process to Tumblr banning adult content, here are some […]

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