Thought provoking. Controversial. Presidential Puppetry is sure to raise lots of eye-brows. One of those books that inspires readers to look deep beneath the surface.

John Perkins, New York Times best-selling author of "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man" and other books

Monthly Archives: May 2013

Free Press Expert Goodale Warns Against Obama DOJ's Abuses

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One of the nation's most battle-tested First Amendment experts warned this week that President Obama “surely” will exceed the 1970s abuses of Richard Nixon “as the worst president ever on issues of national security and press freedom.” James C. Goodale, left, was New York Times general counsel during its 1971 fight with the Nixon administration […]

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Obama Battered By DOJ, IRS, Benghazi Revelations

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Three major Obama Administration “scandals” the past week illustrate an ongoing crisis in holding government officials accountable for their conduct. Revelation of a secret Justice Department probe of Associated Press reporters and their news sources has aroused near-unprecedented outrage by the mainstream media against the administration. Those attacks are particularly damaging to President Obama because […]

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DC Hospitality Legend Sambonn Lek Shares Inspirational Story

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The life story of Sambonn Lek, a famed Washington, DC bartender and philanthropist, provides an inspirational change of pace from our usual reports here of injustice and hardship. Unrelenting bad news can be discouraging. “Sam,” as my longtime friend is known, has made a career of dispensing indoor sunshine. After arriving in the United States […]

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Kiplinger Financial Expert, FBI 'Subversives' Sleuth Headline May 3 Radio

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Experts will discuss May 3 on MTL Washington Update radio the sequester's impact on the public and also chilling revelations about the FBI's long-term campaign to stifle political opponents. Richard Sammon, left, senior associate editor of the Kiplinger Letter, draws from his in-depth report this week on spending cuts and their impact on businesses and […]

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