December 31, 2006

Volume III (2006)

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[The above photo of Warren Buffett is from 2015 at an investment summit. Warren Buffett made the largest philanthropic donation in history in 2006 when he announced that the bulk of his $44 billion fortune would go to charity. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation was the largest recipient.]

Volume 3 2006

Issue 1 – January 2006

Top Ten List
Most Pretentious Journalists of 2005 by J. F. Miglio
Notable Books of 2005
Where Three Roads Meet: Novellas by John Barth
The Next Attack by Daniel Benjamin and Steven Simon
Thin Ice by Mark Bowen
The Tibetan Empire in Central Asia by Christopher I. Beckwith
All Alone in the World: Children of the Incarcerated by Nell Bernstein
Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami
1491: New Revelations of the Americas before Columbus by Charles C. Mann
5 Days That Shook the World: Seattle and Beyond by Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair
Veronica by Mary Gaitskill
The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown
The Truth, With Jokes by Al Franken
Rights of Man by Thomas Paine
Fooled Again by Mark Crispin Miller
Camus and Sartre by Ronald Aronson
Book of the Year 2005 (Nonfiction)
Bush on the Couch  By Justin A. Frank, M.D.
Book of the Year 2005 (Fiction)
Clearing Customs  By Martha Egan
Books of the Year 2004 (Nonfiction)
The Assassination of Julius Caesar  By Michael Parenti
The War on Freedom  By Nafeez Mossaddeq Ahmed
Crossing the Rubicon  By Michael Ruppert
Books of the Year 2004 (Fiction)
Candle in a Dark Time  By Virginia Stuart
My Life: A Story By Jesus Christ  By Christopher Miller
The Others at Monticello  By Esther Franklin
Recommended Reads
Hollywood and Sunset  By Luke Salisbury
Axiom: The Second American Civil War  By T. Edward Allen
Wealth Odyssey  By Larry R. Frank Sr., MBA, CFP
Paloma  By Linda A. Lavid
September and Other Stories  By Julie Ann Dawson
The Little Book of He and She  By Wade Stevenson
Military State: Society on The Verge of Collapse  By Kevin Warren
Extradition Between Canada and the United States  By Gary Botting
Club Fascistland  By Kevin Brink Nielsen
Offshore  By Don Corace
A Reason for Living  By Laurent Grenier
Puget Sound  By C.C. Long
The Empire Menaced: The Unauthorized Autobiography of Dearth Nadir  By Sean Miller

Issue 2 – February 2006

Current Affairs Essay
War on Terror Is Not a War, and It Is Not About Terror by J. F. Miglio
Book of the Year 2005 (Nonfiction)
Bush on the Couch  By Justin A. Frank, M.D.
Book of the Year 2005 (Fiction)
Clearing Customs  By Martha Egan
Books of the Year 2004 (Nonfiction)
The Assassination of Julius Caesar  By Michael Parenti
The War on Freedom  By Nafeez Mossaddeq Ahmed
Crossing the Rubicon  By Michael Ruppert
Books of the Year 2004 (Fiction)
Candle in a Dark Time  By Virginia Stuart
My Life: A Story By Jesus Christ  By Christopher Miller
The Others at Monticello  By Esther Franklin
Recommended Reads
The Devil’s Halo  By Chris Fox
Early Zimbabwe: Memoir of a Quaker at Home in a Jesuit Mission  By Dyck W. Vermilye
Vietnam, No Regrets: One Soldier’s Tour of Duty  By J. Richard Watkins
The Perfect Assassin  By Ward Larsen
Hollywood and Sunset  By Luke Salisbury
Axiom: The Second American Civil War  By T. Edward Allen
Wealth Odyssey  By Larry R. Frank Sr., MBA, CFP
Paloma  By Linda A. Lavid
September and Other Stories  By Julie Ann Dawson
The Little Book of He and She  By Wade Stevenson
Military State: Society on The Verge of Collapse  By Kevin Warren
Extradition Between Canada and the United States  By Gary Botting
Club Fascistland  By Kevin Brink Nielsen

Issue 3 – March 2006

Current Affairs Essay
To Everyone Who Voted for George W. Bush: How Do You Like Your Boy Now? by J. F. Miglio
Book of the Year 2005 (Nonfiction)
Bush on the Couch  By Justin A. Frank, M.D.
Book of the Year 2005 (Fiction)
Clearing Customs  By Martha Egan
Books of the Year 2004 (Nonfiction)
The Assassination of Julius Caesar  By Michael Parenti
The War on Freedom  By Nafeez Mossaddeq Ahmed
Crossing the Rubicon  By Michael Ruppert
Books of the Year 2004 (Fiction)
Candle in a Dark Time  By Virginia Stuart
My Life: A Story By Jesus Christ  By Christopher Miller
The Others at Monticello  By Esther Franklin
Recommended Reads
The Culture Struggle  By Michael Parenti
Pleasant Hell  By John Dolan
Tiboli Taboo  By Christopher Howard
Cricket’s Journey  By Barry T. Rubin
Custody of the Eyes  By Diamela Eltit
The Good I Stand On  By David Tucholski
Night Work  By Rush Williams
Backlot Requiem: A Rick Walker Mystery  By G.E. Nordell
The Devil’s Halo  By Chris Fox
Early Zimbabwe: Memoir of a Quaker at Home in a Jesuit Mission  By Dyck W. Vermilye
Vietnam, No Regrets: One Soldier’s Tour of Duty  By J. Richard Watkins
The Perfect Assassin  By Ward Larsen
Hollywood and Sunset  By Luke Salisbury
Axiom: The Second American Civil War  By T. Edward Allen

Issue 4 – April 2006

Current Affairs Essay
Impeachment… Censure…Indictment… Whatever…George W. Bush Must Go by J. F. Miglio
Book of the Year 2005 (Nonfiction)
Bush on the Couch  By Justin A. Frank, M.D.
Book of the Year 2005 (Fiction)
Clearing Customs  By Martha Egan
Books of the Year 2004 (Nonfiction)
The Assassination of Julius Caesar  By Michael Parenti
The War on Freedom  By Nafeez Mossaddeq Ahmed
Crossing the Rubicon  By Michael Ruppert
Books of the Year 2004 (Fiction)
Candle in a Dark Time  By Virginia Stuart
My Life: A Story By Jesus Christ  By Christopher Miller
The Others at Monticello  By Esther Franklin
Recommended Reads
The Always Present  By Theodore & Renee Weiss
Your Daily Walk with the Great Minds of the Past and Present  By Richard A. Singer Jr.
The Menagerie: A Vision Journey  By Lawrence E. Kelly
The Culture Struggle  By Michael Parenti
Pleasant Hell  By John Dolan
Tiboli Taboo  By Christopher Howard
Cricket’s Journey  By Barry T. Rubin
Custody of the Eyes  By Diamela Eltit
The Good I Stand On  By David Tucholski
Night Work  By Rush Williams
Backlot Requiem: A Rick Walker Mystery  By G.E. Nordell
The Devil’s Halo  By Chris Fox
Early Zimbabwe: Memoir of a Quaker at Home in a Jesuit Mission  By Dyck W. Vermilye
Vietnam, No Regrets: One Soldier’s Tour of Duty  By J. Richard Watkins

Issue 5 – May 2006

Current Affairs Essay
Democratic Rebels Attempt to Overthrow Corporate Fascist Shadow Government in USA by J. F. Miglio
New Arrival
Sunshine Assassins  By J. F. Miglio
Book of the Year 2005 (Nonfiction)
Bush on the Couch  By Justin A. Frank, M.D.
Book of the Year 2005 (Fiction)
Clearing Customs  By Martha Egan
Books of the Year 2004 (Nonfiction)
The Assassination of Julius Caesar  By Michael Parenti
The War on Freedom  By Nafeez Mossaddeq Ahmed
Crossing the Rubicon  By Michael Ruppert
Books of the Year 2004 (Fiction)
Candle in a Dark Time  By Virginia Stuart
My Life: A Story By Jesus Christ  By Christopher Miller
The Others at Monticello  By Esther Franklin
Recommended Reads
An Audience for Einstein  By By Mark Wakely
A Consequence of Greed  By Jack Eadon
“Gigolo” on the Row  By Jack Eadon
Through Katrina’s Eyes  By Ed Kostro
The Always Present  By Theodore & Renee Weiss
Your Daily Walk with the Great Minds of the Past and Present  By Richard A. Singer Jr.
The Menagerie: A Vision Journey  By Lawrence E. Kelly
The Culture Struggle  By Michael Parenti
Pleasant Hell  By John Dolan
Tiboli Taboo  By Christopher Howard
Cricket’s Journey  By Barry T. Rubin
Custody of the Eyes  By Diamela Eltit
The Good I Stand On  By David Tucholski
Night Work  By Rush Williams

Issue 6 – June 2006

Current Affairs Essay
Prisoner Torture, Reporter Payoffs Reminiscent of CIA Operations During Cold War by J. F. Miglio
New Arrival
Sunshine Assassins  By J. F. Miglio
Book of the Year 2005 (Nonfiction)
Bush on the Couch  By Justin A. Frank, M.D.
Book of the Year 2005 (Fiction)
Clearing Customs  By Martha Egan
Books of the Year 2004 (Nonfiction)
The Assassination of Julius Caesar  By Michael Parenti
The War on Freedom  By Nafeez Mossaddeq Ahmed
Crossing the Rubicon  By Michael Ruppert
Books of the Year 2004 (Fiction)
Candle in a Dark Time  By Virginia Stuart
My Life: A Story By Jesus Christ  By Christopher Miller
The Others at Monticello  By Esther Franklin
Recommended Reads
Crashing the Gate: Netroots, Grassroots, and the Rise of People-Powered Politics   By Jerome Armstrong & Markos Moulitsas Zuniga
The Great Divide: Retro vs. Metro America  By John Sperling
Silent People: Hearing the Call of the Dodder  By Yvonne Jerrold
Tea with Osiris  By Paul West
Straight Jacket  By Richard E. Sall
An Audience for Einstein  By By Mark Wakely
A Consequence of Greed  By Jack Eadon
“Gigolo” on the Row  By Jack Eadon
Through Katrina’s Eyes  By Ed Kostro
The Always Present  By Theodore & Renee Weiss
Your Daily Walk with the Great Minds of the Past and Present  By Richard A. Singer Jr.
The Menagerie: A Vision Journey  By Lawrence E. Kelly
The Culture Struggle  By Michael Parenti
Pleasant Hell  By John Dolan

Issue 7 – July 2006

Current Affairs Essay
Will Democrats Ever Learn How to Beat Republicans? by J. F. Miglio
New Arrival
Sunshine Assassins  By J. F. Miglio
Book of the Year 2005 (Nonfiction)
Bush on the Couch  By Justin A. Frank, M.D.
Book of the Year 2005 (Fiction)
Clearing Customs  By Martha Egan
Books of the Year 2004 (Nonfiction)
The Assassination of Julius Caesar  By Michael Parenti
The War on Freedom  By Nafeez Mossaddeq Ahmed
Crossing the Rubicon  By Michael Ruppert
Books of the Year 2004 (Fiction)
Candle in a Dark Time  By Virginia Stuart
My Life: A Story By Jesus Christ  By Christopher Miller
The Others at Monticello  By Esther Franklin
Recommended Reads
Unacceptable: The Federal Response to Hurricane Katrina  By Walter M. Brasch
Intertwined in Limbo: Tales of Horror and the Outre  By David Maurice Garrett
American Hiroshima  By David D. Dionisi
I Love You Madly! On Passion, Personality and Personal Growth  By Robert M. Gordon, Ph.D.
The God-Man  By Robert Spearman
The First Lady of Music  By C. Yvonne Hooper
Wishing Makes It So  By Marilyn Meredith
Crashing the Gate: Netroots, Grassroots, and the Rise of People-Powered Politics   By Jerome Armstrong & Markos Moulitsas Zuniga
The Great Divide: Retro vs. Metro America  By John Sperling
Silent People: Hearing the Call of the Dodder  By Yvonne Jerrold
Tea with Osiris  By Paul West
Straight Jacket  By Richard E. Sall
An Audience for Einstein  By By Mark Wakely
A Consequence of Greed  By Jack Eadon

Issue 8 – August 2006

Current Affairs Essay
Time for Americans to Accept Responsibility for Their Own Apathy and Misinformation by J. F. Miglio
The Stolen Election of 2004 by Michael Parenti
Book Review
The 2002 Dubrovka and 2004 Beslan Hostage Crises; Author: John B Dunlop; Publisher: ibidem-Verlag by Jeremy Putley
New Arrival
Sunshine Assassins  By J. F. Miglio
Book of the Year 2005 (Nonfiction)
Bush on the Couch  By Justin A. Frank, M.D.
Book of the Year 2005 (Fiction)
Clearing Customs  By Martha Egan
Books of the Year 2004 (Nonfiction)
The Assassination of Julius Caesar  By Michael Parenti
The War on Freedom  By Nafeez Mossaddeq Ahmed
Crossing the Rubicon  By Michael Ruppert
Books of the Year 2004 (Fiction)
Candle in a Dark Time  By Virginia Stuart
My Life: A Story By Jesus Christ  By Christopher Miller
The Others at Monticello  By Esther Franklin
Recommended Reads
A Nation Gone Blind: America in an Age of Simplification and Deceit  By Eric Larsen
Unacceptable: The Federal Response to Hurricane Katrina  By Walter M. Brasch
Intertwined in Limbo: Tales of Horror and the Outre  By David Maurice Garrett
American Hiroshima  By David D. Dionisi
I Love You Madly! On Passion, Personality and Personal Growth  By Robert M. Gordon, Ph.D.
The God-Man  By Robert Spearman
The First Lady of Music  By C. Yvonne Hooper
Wishing Makes It So  By Marilyn Meredith
Crashing the Gate: Netroots, Grassroots, and the Rise of People-Powered Politics   By Jerome Armstrong & Markos Moulitsas Zuniga
The Great Divide: Retro vs. Metro America  By John Sperling
Silent People: Hearing the Call of the Dodder  By Yvonne Jerrold
Tea with Osiris  By Paul West
Straight Jacket  By Richard E. Sall
An Audience for Einstein  By Mark Wakely

Issue 9 – September 2006

Current Affairs Essay
Who Really Starts All the Wars in the World? by J. F. Miglio
New Arrival
Sunshine Assassins  By J. F. Miglio
Book of the Year 2005 (Nonfiction)
Bush on the Couch  By Justin A. Frank, M.D.
Book of the Year 2005 (Fiction)
Clearing Customs  By Martha Egan
Books of the Year 2004 (Nonfiction)
The Assassination of Julius Caesar  By Michael Parenti
The War on Freedom  By Nafeez Mossaddeq Ahmed
Crossing the Rubicon  By Michael Ruppert
Books of the Year 2004 (Fiction)
Candle in a Dark Time  By Virginia Stuart
My Life: A Story By Jesus Christ  By Christopher Miller
The Others at Monticello  By Esther Franklin
Recommended Reads
Cyber Lies: When Finding The Truth Matters  By John Paul Lucich
A Nation Gone Blind: America in an Age of Simplification and Deceit  By Eric Larsen
Unacceptable: The Federal Response to Hurricane Katrina  By Walter M. Brasch
Intertwined in Limbo: Tales of Horror and the Outre  By David Maurice Garrett
American Hiroshima  By David D. Dionisi
I Love You Madly! On Passion, Personality and Personal Growth  By Robert M. Gordon, Ph.D.
The God-Man  By Robert Spearman
The First Lady of Music  By C. Yvonne Hooper
Wishing Makes It So  By Marilyn Meredith
Crashing the Gate: Netroots, Grassroots, and the Rise of People-Powered Politics   By Jerome Armstrong & Markos Moulitsas Zuniga
The Great Divide: Retro vs. Metro America  By John Sperling
Silent People: Hearing the Call of the Dodder  By Yvonne Jerrold
Tea with Osiris  By Paul West
Straight Jacket  By Richard E. Sall

Issue 10 – October 2006

Current Affairs Essay
Midterm Election: Last Chance For Democrats & Democracy by J. F. Miglio
New Arrival
Sunshine Assassins  By J. F. Miglio
Book of the Year 2005 (Nonfiction)
Bush on the Couch  By Justin A. Frank, M.D.
Book of the Year 2005 (Fiction)
Clearing Customs  By Martha Egan
Books of the Year 2004 (Nonfiction)
The Assassination of Julius Caesar  By Michael Parenti
The War on Freedom  By Nafeez Mossaddeq Ahmed
Crossing the Rubicon  By Michael Ruppert
Books of the Year 2004 (Fiction)
Candle in a Dark Time  By Virginia Stuart
My Life: A Story By Jesus Christ  By Christopher Miller
The Others at Monticello  By Esther Franklin
Recommended Reads
Before I Go  By Riley Weston
Cyber Lies: When Finding The Truth Matters  By John Paul Lucich
A Nation Gone Blind: America in an Age of Simplification and Deceit  By Eric Larsen
Unacceptable: The Federal Response to Hurricane Katrina  By Walter M. Brasch
Intertwined in Limbo: Tales of Horror and the Outre  By David Maurice Garrett
American Hiroshima  By David D. Dionisi
I Love You Madly! On Passion, Personality and Personal Growth  By Robert M. Gordon, Ph.D.
The God-Man  By Robert Spearman
The First Lady of Music  By C. Yvonne Hooper
Wishing Makes It So  By Marilyn Meredith
Crashing the Gate: Netroots, Grassroots, and the Rise of People-Powered Politics   By Jerome Armstrong & Markos Moulitsas Zuniga
The Great Divide: Retro vs. Metro America  By John Sperling
Silent People: Hearing the Call of the Dodder  By Yvonne Jerrold
Tea with Osiris  By Paul West

Issue 11 – November 2006

Current Affairs Essay
Real Reason George W. Bush Will Not Withdraw U.S. Troops from Iraq by J. F. Miglio
New Arrival
Sunshine Assassins  By J. F. Miglio
Book of the Year 2005 (Nonfiction)
Bush on the Couch  By Justin A. Frank, M.D.
Book of the Year 2005 (Fiction)
Clearing Customs  By Martha Egan
Books of the Year 2004 (Nonfiction)
The Assassination of Julius Caesar  By Michael Parenti
The War on Freedom  By Nafeez Mossaddeq Ahmed
Crossing the Rubicon  By Michael Ruppert
Books of the Year 2004 (Fiction)
Candle in a Dark Time  By Virginia Stuart
My Life: A Story By Jesus Christ  By Christopher Miller
The Others at Monticello  By Esther Franklin
Recommended Reads
The People of the Sea  By Scott Marcano
Melinda and the Wild West  By Linda Weaver Clarke
A Dog Called Leka  By Willard Manus
Before I Go  By Riley Weston
Cyber Lies: When Finding The Truth Matters  By John Paul Lucich
A Nation Gone Blind: America in an Age of Simplification and Deceit  By Eric Larsen
Unacceptable: The Federal Response to Hurricane Katrina  By Walter M. Brasch
Intertwined in Limbo: Tales of Horror and the Outre  By David Maurice Garrett
American Hiroshima  By David D. Dionisi
I Love You Madly! On Passion, Personality and Personal Growth  By Robert M. Gordon, Ph.D.
The God-Man  By Robert Spearman
The First Lady of Music  By C. Yvonne Hooper
Wishing Makes It So  By Marilyn Meredith
Crashing the Gate: Netroots, Grassroots, and the Rise of People-Powered Politics   By Jerome Armstrong & Markos Moulitsas Zuniga

Issue 12 – December 2006

Current Affairs Essay
Time to Be Bold & Enact Progressive Legislation by J. F. Miglio
New Arrival
Sunshine Assassins  By J. F. Miglio
Book of the Year 2005 (Nonfiction)
Bush on the Couch  By Justin A. Frank, M.D.
Book of the Year 2005 (Fiction)
Clearing Customs  By Martha Egan
Books of the Year 2004 (Nonfiction)
The Assassination of Julius Caesar  By Michael Parenti
The War on Freedom  By Nafeez Mossaddeq Ahmed
Crossing the Rubicon  By Michael Ruppert
Books of the Year 2004 (Fiction)
Candle in a Dark Time  By Virginia Stuart
My Life: A Story By Jesus Christ  By Christopher Miller
The Others at Monticello  By Esther Franklin
Recommended Reads
Coyote Jack   By Jack Lyndon Thomas
The People of the Sea  By Scott Marcano
Melinda and the Wild West  By Linda Weaver Clarke
A Dog Called Leka  By Willard Manus
Before I Go  By Riley Weston
Cyber Lies: When Finding The Truth Matters  By John Paul Lucich
A Nation Gone Blind: America in an Age of Simplification and Deceit  By Eric Larsen
Unacceptable: The Federal Response to Hurricane Katrina  By Walter M. Brasch
Intertwined in Limbo: Tales of Horror and the Outre  By David Maurice Garrett
American Hiroshima  By David D. Dionisi
I Love You Madly! On Passion, Personality and Personal Growth  By Robert M. Gordon, Ph.D.
The God-Man  By Robert Spearman
The First Lady of Music  By C. Yvonne Hooper
Wishing Makes It So  By Marilyn Meredith

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