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On JFK: Washington Post Deserves Pinocchio Award

This story is part of our series revisiting the JFK assassination. To understand why we’re doing this, read our introduction.


Glenn Kessler, the chief writer of The Washington Post Fact Checker and presenter of the Pinocchio Awards, relies on the public for his column. As he explains:


It’s a big world out there, and so we will rely on readers to ask questions and point out statements that need to be checked. The success of this project depends, to a great extent, on View article …

Dallas Diminishes JFK, His Legacy, And Those Who Care About Democracy

Welcome to the JFK Assassination Cover-up, Chapter 20.


The Dallas Morning News, notoriously uninterested in real journalism about the most infamous event ever to take place in its city, recently ran a JFK-related piece in its entertainment section. One of a flood of stories purporting to provide insight into the event as we head toward the 50th anniversary, it was headlined:

Looking for fiction about the JFK assassination? Choose carefully

Now, why would we need fiction about the JFK assassination, when most of the purported “fact” put out View article …

Unanswered Questions as Obama Anoints HW Bush

On February 15, President Obama bestowed the Medal of Freedom, the United States’ highest award, to a group of people which includes former president George H.W. Bush. Having spent five years researching the elder Bush and discovering a staggering array of secrets to the man’s life—none of them favorable, I was curious why Obama gave Bush the medal.


Officially, it goes to individuals “who have made especially meritorious contributions to the security or national interests of the United View article …

One President's Secrets—And The Media That Keeps Them

There’s still a striking double standard between the way the big American media treat American officials and foreigners. Let’s compare Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and former President George H.W. Bush.

Have a look at a recent New York Times article about Putin’s response to leaked diplomatic cables that cast him in a negative light.

Prime Minister Vladimir V. Putin responded Wednesday to criticism of Russia revealed in United States diplomatic cables View article …

WHO On the Air: Russ Baker on the 51st Anniversary of JFK’s Assassination

One question about JFK’s assassination that’s never gotten enough attention: former President George H.W. Bush’s connection to it.

That’s the topic of WhoWhatWhy Founder and Editor-in-Chief Russ Baker’s discussion with popular KGO radio host Pat Thurston, taped on the 51st anniversary of the assassination. And the facts are all the more relevant, now that plans may be afoot for a third President Bush.

Please click below for the audio:


For more in-depth insight into View article …