Robert Par­ry broke many of the Iran-Con­tra sto­ries in the 80s for the Asso­ci­at­ed Press and Newsweek. He is the author of Neck Deep: The Dis­as­trous Pres­i­den­cy of George W. Bush and Secre­cy and Priv­i­lege: Rise of the Bush Dynasty from Water­gate to Iraq. He is the edi­tor of Con­sor­tium News.
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‘Dirty War’ Questions for the New Pope
Pope Francis needs to come clean about his role in Argentina's bloodiest war.
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In Libya, a Bloodbath Looms
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Rep. Ryan’s Free-Market ‘Death Panels’
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Budget Crisis? Duh, Tax the Rich!
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The Right’s Power of Infrastructure
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Campaign 2010: Where to Put Blame
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Sorry, Rove, Bush Did Lie About Iraq
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Lessons from America’s Lost Decade
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What the New Year Demands
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The Ugly Truth about Jobs
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On Public Option, MSM Gets It Wrong
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Robert Novak Was a Liar
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Republicans: A Threat to the Republic?
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Colin Powell Skates Free on Torture
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One More Bubble!
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Another Bush Intelligence Failure
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War Crimes and Double Standards
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The Ultra-Radical Republicans
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George W. Bush’s Sci-Fi Disaster
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Two Dangerous Bush-Cheney Myths
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The Real McCain Revealed
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A Post-Rational Society?
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Big Media Hectors Obama on ‘Surge’
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U.S. Media Trivializes Campaign 2008
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Is Congress Gates Keeper?
Robert Gates, Bush's choice for defense secretary, has faced accusations and senate committees before
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John Negroponte’s Dark Past
The case against the former U.S. ambassador to Hondurus and Iraq—and Bush intelligence czar.
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Sinking in Deeper
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Freedom from Reality
A compliant press allows Bush to spin an inaugural yarn of abstract nonsense
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Bush’s Death Squads
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Running a Media Deficit
The joint rise of the conservative media and creeping authoritarianism is no coincidence.
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Iraq: Quicksand & Blood
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Missing U.S.-Iraq History