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Not So Fast: Not All Media Screwed Up the Iraq Story (Just Almost All)

By 03/13/2013

It’s the 10th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, and, as usual, the media are making all the right sounds about what they got wrong. But the truth is that they almost always get the big things wrong—and deliberately ignore or ostracize those who break from the pack. Here are some things that the media could have, should have, been able to do in informing the public what was coming with Iraq—and why. And not to toot our horn too vigorously–we did them.

Jeb’s Hipster, Obama the Fibber & a Deadly Drone Dream‏: Feb. 10, 2015

By 02/10/2015

NOW LIVE ON WhoWhatWhy Here’s What the Boston Bombing Trial Judge Thinks a Good Juror Looks Like by Andy Thibault Once again, the judge in the Boston Marathon Bombing trial is insisting that there will be no problem seating an impartial jury in the city traumatized by the attack. His latest motion denying the defense’s […]

Al Qaeda’s Airborne Assassins, GOP Frontrunners & Bad Cops: Feb. 17, 2015‏

By 02/17/2015

NOW LIVE ON WhoWhatWhy American Pilot Reveals Al Qaeda’s Early Airborne Assassination Ambitions by Phil Hirschkorn Al Qaeda’s ambitions to use planes as weapons started much earlier than was previously known, according to explosive testimony given by one of the group’s first pilots. Secretly imprisoned by the U.S. for a decade, American citizen Ihab Mohamed […]

The ISIS Truth We Hide From

By 02/26/2015

Is it possible that American foreign policy, rather than exporting democracy and building nations, has in fact been fomenting terrorism and destroying countries? Bob Hennelly examines the disturbing evidence.

RadioWHO: From Russia With Death

By 03/13/2015

The role of Vladimir Putin on the world’s stage, from Syria to Ukraine, is complicated, and some see him as an important moderating influence on the West’s virtually unchecked power. But his role in his own country is deeply troubling. And the public is terrified, because his opponents keep getting murdered. RadioWHO host Jeff Schechtman talks to Bill Browder, who was once Russia’s largest foreign investor. That’s until his criticism of Putin forced him to leave, and his lawyer was jailed and murdered.

Why The Boston Bombing Trial Matters & Government Pot Shops: Mar. 17, 2015‏

By 03/17/2015

NOW LIVE ON WhoWhatWhy Why WhoWhatWhy’s Boston Marathon Bombing Coverage Is Important by Klaus Marre Traditional news outlets have all but abdicated their duty to ask the hard questions. Boston Globe columnist Kevin Cullen is a case in point – he’s on a first-name basis with the police involved in Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s capture. Klaus Marre […]

A 9/11 Cover-Up, Iran’s Big Deal & Iraq’s Body Count‏: Apr. 2, 2015

By 04/02/2015

NOW LIVE ON WhoWhatWhy New FBI Tactic Hints at Big DC Cover-up of Saudi 9/11 Funding by Russ Baker The FBI is disowning an explosive internal report—which ties the 9/11 hijackers to some highly connected Saudis. Just what is going on here? Russ Baker looks at the Deep Politics in play as Cover-up Central goes […]

Obama Faces Tough Crowd at Americas Summit

By 04/10/2015

The goodwill President Obama first enjoyed with our Latin American neighbors has thawed, in large part due to an executive order signed in March that labels Venezuela an “extraordinary threat.”

Small Government Governors, Drone Deaths & Refugees‏: June 9, 2015

By 06/10/2015

NOW LIVE ON WhoWhatWhy Drone Deaths, Obama, and a Better Use for These Craft By Lisette Cheresson Earlier this year, two innocent hostages—one American, one Italian—were killed by a US-led unmanned drone strike meant to target al-Qaeda. By some estimates, the drone strikes that President Obama has authorized have murdered more innocent people than the […]