My amazon Reviews

Eichmann in Jerusalem: The Banality of Evil by Hannah Arendt, Ph.D.

More than sixty years on, given the number of mini-Eichmanns that have infested just about every institution of our society, this book remains as relevant as today's headlines.

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A Man Centuries Ahead of His Time: Review of Doctoring the Black Death by John Aberth, Ph.D.

March 1, 2024

Read about Gentile da Foligno, Professor of Medicine at the University of Perugia in the Fourteenth Century and a man centuries ahead of his time. 

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Shattered Lives: Review of We're Still Here by Jennifer M Silva, Ph.D.

February 26, 2024

In this Post-Industrial wasteland America is turning into, many of us have more value to our rulers as consumers of medical interventions that we do as workers.

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Ignoring the Elephant in the Room: Review of Autopsy of a Suicidal Mind by Edwin S Schneidman, Ph.D.

January 19, 2024

The experts assembled for this book pontificate about "psychache," Arthur's "cold and rigid" mother, and his supposed faulty genetic inheritance, but none of them get around to mentioning that the drugs he had been prescribed are known to cause worsening depression and akathisia -- even though Arthur's description of his own torment -- "like nails hammered into every inch of my body" -- is almost the textbook definition of akathisia.

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A Staggering Tale of Greed, Mendacity, and Maleficence: Review of Empire of Pain by Patrick Radden Keefe

January 4, 2024

Arthur Sackler died ten years before Oxycontin was introduced, but it was he who created a system that made drug wrecks like Oxycontin inevitable. 

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A Poignant Meditation and a Message of Hope: Review of Facing the Beast by Naomi Wolf, Ph.D.

December 6, 2023

A poignant meditation on one woman's journey through pandemic- and post-pandemic-America.

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The Plague That Ushered in the Era of Modern Medicine: Review of The Black Death by Robert Gottfried

November 27, 2023

The philosopher of science Thomas Kuhn asserted that new paradigms gain acceptance only after the old generation has died. This process was jump-started by the black death, which killed off a large number of professors of medicine at universities throughout Europe -- in a few cases, the entire faculty died of plague.

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One of the Creators of the Modern World: Review of The Devil's Doctor by Phillip Ball

October 23, 2023

This book not only paints a fascinating portrait of one of the creators of the modern world, but also provides a vivid look at life in the late Middle Ages. 

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A Chilling Scenario: Review of Return of the Black Death by Susan Scott and Christopher Duncan

September 13, 2023

No one knows why the Black Death disappeared after the Great Plague of 1665-1666, but the authors paint a chilling picture of what might happen should this or a similar disease return.

This scenario becomes even more chilling in the covid era. GIven how egregiously our public health authorities have squandered the trust previous generations of colleagues had earned, why would anyone believe them this time around?

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A Breath of Fresh Air in an Increasingly Poisonous Debate: Review of Vax-Unvax by Robert F Kennedy, Jr.

September 11, 2023

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An Overwhelming Case: Review of A Letter to Liberals by Robert F Kennedy, Jr.

August 25, 2023

With pin-point accuracy, in a mere one hundred pages, author Robert F. Kennedy Jr. destroys every pillar of the official covid narrative. This is a book every American needs to read.

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Our Covid Lords Have Crossed the Rubicon: Review of The War on Ivermectin by Pierre Kory, M.D.

August 10, 2023

Our Covid Lords have crossed the Rubicon. They can't admit they were wrong now. 

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The Most Famous Case History in Psychiatric Genetics: Review of Girls and Their Monsters by Audrey Clare Farley, Ph.D.

June 14, 2023

This is a story of the staggering hubris of a medical establishment blind to the evidence that was literally right before their eyes, of abuse and dysfunction that reverberated for generations – but also a story of surprising resiliency and hope that continues to bloom in the face of adversity.

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How Many Schizophrenia Genes Can Dance on the Head of a Pin? Review of Schizophrenia and Genetics by Jay Joseph, Ph.D.

December 29, 2022

Billions and billions of dollars have been spent, and not a single patient in any clinic anywhere in the world has benefited – a point psychiatric researchers themselves cheerfully acknowledge, always following up this acknowledgement with demands for even more billions. It’s time to say enough is enough.

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An Inspiring Tale of Resilience: Review of Her Hike by Jessica Ryan Chenard

August 28, 2022

An inspiring tale of resilience and a testament to the renewing power of the love of family.

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A Timeless Message: Review of Gilgamesh: The New Translation by Gerald J. Davis

August 6, 2022

This story bears a timeless message and makes for a rollicking good read as well. 

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A Full-Frontal Assault on Human Freedom and Dignity: Review of The Bodies of Others by Naomi Wolf, Ph.D.

July 14, 2022

Everyone needs to read this book, and ponder the author's closing message, that someday our kids and grandkids will ask each one of us: "What did you do?" as the new medical tyranny threatened to envelop us all like a dark cloud.

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Bizarro World: Review of The Courage to Face COVID-19 by John Leake and Peter McCullough, M.D.

July 10, 2022

Highly readable, fast-paced, this is a book everyone needs to read.

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Refusing to Be a Victim: Review of The Last Closet by Moira Greyland 

May 13, 2022

This book is both an inspiring tale of personal triumph and also a devastating indictment of the sewer into which our current "woke" culture has descended.

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The Voice of Reason and Sanity: Review of Pandemia by Alex Berenson

December 26, 2021

In the darkest days of the pandemic of fear and hysteria that enveloped the country and the world like a toxic fog, Alex Berenson emerged as a leading voice of reason and sanity -- a role he dispatched with elan and good humor. 

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A Pathetic Man-Child: Review of Laptop from Hell by Miranda Devine

December 10, 2021

This is a book everyone ought to read, but you may feel the need to wash your hands afterwards.

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Speaking Truth to Power: Review of COVID-19 and the Global Predators by Peter Breggin, M.D. and Ginger Ross Breggin

October 5, 2021

It’s all here – the origins of the virus in a city that housed a secret bioweapons lab run by the most murderous regime in human history, the murderous indifference of officialdom which allowed the pandemic to spread worldwide, the murderous negligence of a governor who dumped thousands of patients with fulminating illness into nursing homes, the uselessness of masks, the mendacity of the vaccine manufacturers, and the murderous suppression of safe and effective treatments which have been proven to keep patients out of hospital and reduce the death rate.

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An Indomitable Spirit: Review of The Girl on the Bridge by Tracy Higgins

August 28, 2021

A must-read for anyone looking for alternatives to the failed disease model of “mental illness."

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The Worst of All Possible Worlds: Review of Sedated by James Davies, Ph.D.

June 26, 2021

In place of the current paradigm, Dr. Davies invokes psychiatrist Eric Fromm’s concept of the “being mode of living,” which he contrasted to the “having mode of living.” This sounds like a worthy goal, and hopefully this book will spark conversations about how to get from here to there.

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The Defining Struggle of the Twenty-First Century: Review of Shipwreck of the Singular by David Healy, M.D.

February 25, 2021

What is behind this staggering drop in life expectancy? David Healy, a professor of Family Medicine at McMaster University in Ontario, points the finger at a health care system which is centered not on delivering care to the ailing but diseases to those who didn’t even know they were sick – and which also is set up to deliver adverse consequences, up to and including death, with impunity.

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A Devastating Case: Review of Tell Your Children by Alex Berenson

January 1, 2021

As marijuana use and potency have soared, so have emergency room visits with a dual diagnosis of psychosis and marijuana use. All this is meticulously documented by the author, along with heartbreaking cases of men with no history of criminality who went on to commit atrocious acts of violence after ingesting this drug.

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