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: October 2013

Health Policymakers Foresaw, Exploited Care Problems

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A new controversy about the rollout of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) exploded into view this week because insurers are cancelling hundreds of thousands of consumer policies as of Dec. 31. “The real problem is that people weren’t told the truth,” said New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a Republican. “You can remember, they were told […]

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DC Mass Rally Promotes Powerful Message: "Stop Watching Us Now!"

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Thousands of protesters marched in Washington, DC Oct. 26 to oppose the pervasive United States surveillance of its citizens and others. Spy targets include leaders of major United States allies, with France, Germany and Brazil now rallying global opposition to United States spy policies because of recent revelations. Protesters organized in DC by the “Stop […]

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Project Provides JFK Readers Guide To New Books, Videos

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The 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy continues to prompt controversy regarding motives and means for the killing — and the implications for history since then to the present. As part of the Justice Integrity Project’s Readers Guide, we provide a list below of new books and films this year. The list includes serious […]

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Alabama Deputies Beat, Arrest Corruption-Fighting Reporter

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The prominent investigative blogger Roger Shuler was arrested and beaten by sheriff’s deputies at his Alabama home late Oct. 23. He remains jailed at press time early Oct. 25 on charges stemming from his refusal to obey a judge’s order to stop writing adversely about Robert Riley Jr., a well-connected attorney who is part of […]

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Project Launches JFK Assassination Readers' Guide

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The Justice Integrity Project will provide a consumer guide this fall to the many books and events surrounding the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963. The controversies resonate in at least a score of new books affirming or disputing the 1964 Warren Commission Report that assigned blame […]

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Legal Abuses Lead To Radio, Book — And Reform

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Radio interviews are becoming an increasingly effective part of our outreach at the Justice Integrity Project. The platform’s intimacy and interactive qualities make it a powerful tool to bring even complex issues before audiences of widely varying political views. A sample below illustrates the pattern with recent interviews about legal abuses, including the investigative revelations […]

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Hillary Clinton's Splendid Speech At Yale Law Ceremony Prompts Questions

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Hillary Clinton’s speech last weekend at Yale Law School was a triumph by nearly all objective standards. Even so, the weekend highlighted disturbing questions. Why don’t long-accepted legal interpretations, for example, prevent government abuses enabled by novel claims of national security? Clinton, the former secretary of state, received several standing ovations from a packed auditorium […]

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Speculating on Shutdown and Stock Short-Selling

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Might patrons of well-placed members of Congress short-sell stocks and other financial instruments to profit from the approaching chaos of a government shutdown? I probably should not speculate on something so unknowable at this point. After all, I’ve just spent four years researching my Presidential Puppetry book, and documenting it with some 1,100 endnotes. Right […]

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