The documentary that brought a new perspective on the Iraq fiasco, told from the point of view of both the invaders and the insurgents.
WhoWhatWhy editor Russ Baker on KGO talk radio with Pat Thurston, on Libya, the Texas Rangers, and much more. Oct 30, 2011
WhoWhatWhy editor Russ Baker on KGO talk radio with Pat Thurston, on Libya, the Texas Rangers, and much more. Oct 30, 2011 Click HERE to listen. (2hrs 50min)
So you think George Bush and his circle “lost” with the World Series? Guess again. The sports ownership situation tells us something profound about the one percent.
Video explains how the answer to some of the world’s biggest problems can be found in the smallest of places.
For many of those sick of the inadequacies of Western news organizations, the answer is Al Jazeera. But how independent-minded, really, is this Middle Eastern television network? Not very, we’re afraid. It’s the same old gang in a new, improved outfit.
The Texas Rangers made it to the top of their game. And the Texas Rangers helped George W. Bush get to the top of the political game. Here is the chapter on the Rangers from WhoWhatWhy editor Russ Baker’s book, Family of Secrets: The Bush Dynasty, America’s Invisible Government and the Hidden History of the Last Fifty Years–the real story of the shenanigans that set Bush up for the big time.
Protests Then and Now, Space-Age Science, And Stone-Age Art.
And so begins the deluge of “coverage” on the end of Muammar Qaddafi. But will you learn anything substantive about how and why he met his end? Don’t bet on it. However, at WhoWhatWhy, we’ve been providing fresh and unique reporting and analysis about Libya and the West’s murky role over there, from the beginning. If you haven’t been reading us, here’s your chance to catch up. And feel free to share with others.
What’s up with Obama and sending troops everywhere? Check out the latest in so-called “humanitarian intervention.” And consider what’s really at stake—and who really gains.
Video powerfully contrasts US government rhetoric about “the people” in other countries and their right to peacefully protest, and the crackdown on similar protest at home.
Video offers new perspective on photojournalism in areas of conflict, notably in Israel/Palestine.