Updated: I’ve now released our initial collection of nearly 30 “controversial” books, with the volumes being “controversial” in a wide variety of different ways:
Although I’ve only read a fraction of them myself, I trust they all meet the appropriate criteria, and their convenient access on the Internet should help provoke all sorts of useful discussions. I hope to considerably expand this selection in the weeks to come.
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From its inception, the motto of this webzine has been to provide “Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media.”
As a natural extension of this goal, the HTML Book technology recently developed and implemented here will now be used to conveniently make available a selection of books that clearly fall into this same category. As arrangements are made with additional authors and publishers, this collection of books will grow over time.
The first of these “controversial” books to be featured is The Transparent Cabal by Dr. Stephen J. Sniegoski, a very thorough 2008 analysis of the background and behavior of the Iraq War Neocons who dominated the foreign policy decision-making of the totally disastrous George W. Bush Administration.
At the time the book originally appeared, it was almost entirely blacklisted and ignored by our cowardly mainstream media, but now that these same troublesome individuals and their allies have largely seized control of the Trump Administration and are fomenting a new war against Iran, making this important material conveniently available to everyone in the world has become a matter of considerable importance.
Unlike mostly ephemeral articles and posts, serious books tend to represent permanent storehouses of important content material. Therefore, as readers will discover, comments made on these books will be held to a much higher standard than comments made elsewhere on this website, with only the most serious and substantial comments displayed by default, while comments of a frivolous, off-topical, or vulgar nature will not appear at all. Carefully and thoughtfully compose your comments if you want them published.
On a different matter, people may notice that implementation of a new caching system allows the Commenter Archive pages to appear far more quickly than they had in the past, a problem about which several readers had previously complained.