Reviews

WAKE UP – The Film

It’s 9:00 AM on a wonderful, crazy kind of October Saturday. I stood in the lobby of the local Yelm Cinemas multi-complex, and watched in absolute amazement as over 600 people arrived to attend a special showing of the new documentary WAKE UP! The theater manager, equal...

Review: EXPELLED, No Intelligence Allowed

If a book be false in its facts, disprove them; if false in its reasoning, refute it. But for God’s sake, let us freely hear both sides if we choose. – Thomas Jefferson Do you know the difference between “intelligent design” [ID] and “creationism?” What about evol...

Review: Jack & Mops’ Magical Adventures by P. A. Paizs

As a child, first time author P. A. Paizs was captivated by the magic of the classic A Little Princess, and it would become the inspiration for her to write an equally exciting tale for today’s children of all ages: Jack and Mops’ Magical Adventures, Pumpkins and Partic...

Emerging Health Therapies

Following a formula very similar to the one used in the blockbuster film What The Bleep Do You Know, this movie is made up of a series of interviews with some of the best known practitioners of alternative therapies and researchers of the body/mind connection such as Br...

Uncommon Investigations

There’s a very good reason why Malcolm Gladwell’s previous books are in high demand (with long waiting lists) at most public libraries. As demonstrated in his earlier literary contributions, Blink, The Tipping Point, and Outliers, he has a gift for conveying profound hu...

The Root Cause

In his latest book, Congressman and 2008 presidential candidate Ron Paul argues that the Federal Reserve is a root cause for some of the greatest problems the US and the world have faced in the past century. The collusion between bankers and politicians is behind the ec...

Building the Future – Stones Into Schools

In this worthy sequel to the runaway bestseller Three Cups of Tea, mountain climber turned philanthropist Greg Mortenson describes his latest efforts to build schools in remote and impoverished villages in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Kashmir. Part adventure story, part hi...

Spring is the Time When A Master is Reborn – Jesus the Christ The Life of a Master

Spiritual traditions abound that celebrate spring as the season of rebirth and the resurrection of life. The most familiar in the west is that of Easter and the mythos of the revitalization of Jesus Christ after his death. And yet, there continues those allusive, albeit...

Review: Born to Run

In this compelling best seller, journalist Christopher McDougall weaves a tapestry of extraordinary stories documenting his journey of self-discovery to answer the question: “Why does my foot hurt?” His heroes and heroines are elite, super-human, yet wonderfully wild, h...

Review: 2012 Time For Change

012 Time For Change is a documentary directed by Joao Amorim. Daniel Pinchbeck leads in as narrator and interviewer. Pinchbeck is a journalist and advocate for the use of entheogens as a means to raise consciousness. He is the author of Breaking Open the Head: A Psyched...

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