Over the past 20 years, I have amassed hundreds of publications about government crime. (Enough to understand that "isolated incidents" are not.) Al Martin's book focuses on the last two decades of governmental abuses, and it is an unparalleled treasure trove of names, dates and deeds. Every other page was a "what, this guy too?" discovery.
I had to read this publication twice. First just to get a general grasp, the second time to enter all the names into my computer. Now, the next time some White House honcho spouts off again about law, order and patriotism, I can look up with a mouse click what murder/plunder/treason he did to get that post. (The DIY solution to… Read more