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: November 2013

Major Media Stick With Oswald 'Lone Gunman' JFK Theory

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The past week’s news coverage and commentary on President Kennedy’s 1963 assassination provides a rare if not unique window into the practices of the nation’s news media. The vast majority of the nation’s largest and most prestigious media stuck to the Warren Commission’s 1964 “lone assassin” theory blaming Lee Harvey Oswald, according to my unscientific […]

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'Puppetry' Hardback Launched Nov.19 At DC Author Forum on White House Mysteries & Media

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This evening, Nov. 19, marks the formal launch of the updated, hardcover edition of my new book, Presidential Puppetry, the first comprehensive book about the Obama Administration’s second term. Readers here have seen it mentioned a number of times. What’s new is a rollout inviting the major media to the National Press Club for a […]

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Alabama Kangaroo Court Parades Liberal Commentator in Chains, Continues Indefinite Jailing

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Alabama authorities paraded a shackled liberal pundit into court, where he was denounced Nov. 14 for recent news coverage about his jailing and forced to argue his case while bound. The defendant was Roger Shuler, a 56-year-old commentator jailed on contempt of court charges Oct. 23 for publishing columns about a politically powerful GOP attorney. […]

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Are Media MIA In Blogger's Beating, Arrest?

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News coverage continued this week in erratic fashion regarding the Oct. 23 arrest and continued jailing of Alabama political commentator Roger Shuler, a longtime journalist and muckraking blogger. A few news outlets covered as an important story Shuler’s ongoing jailing without bond on contempt of court charges. A few others provided brief reports. Most simply […]

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Self-Censorship In JFK TV Treatments Duplicates Corporate Print Media's Apathy, Cowardice

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Hardly any of this fall’s crop of television shows about President Kennedy are new or otherwise interesting enough to watch, according to a comprehensive survey Nov. 8 by the Washington Post’s TV critic Hank Stuever. But Stuever’s survey contains clues that he and his newspaper cannot be trusted on this survey. “We still don’t know […]

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Exclusive: Imprisoned Former Alabama Gov. Siegelman Backs Jailed Blogger, Denounces Corruption

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Editor’s Note: Former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman (1999-2003), now imprisoned in Louisiana, sent the Justice Integrity Project the guest column below that opposes the jailing of Alabama reporter/blogger Roger Shuler on contempt of court charges arising out of a defamation suit in Shelby County. Since 2007, Shuler has been in the national forefront in documenting […]

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Disputes Erupt Over NY Times, New Yorker, WashPo Reviews of JFK Murder

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Well-credentialed critics argued during recent days that three of the nation’s most prestigious publications failed in major retrospectives this fall to provide fair coverage of books about President Kennedy’s murder. With many new books and films timed for the fiftieth anniversary Nov. 22, critics attacked the New York Times, New Yorker and Washington Post for […]

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'Puppetry' Percolating With Multiple Launch Events

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The time is right for the rollout of my book Presidential Puppetry after a lengthy “soft launch” tailored to its unique content. Nov. 7 is the formal publication date after I previewed the themes in a nearly hour-long interview in September on CBS-affiliate WWL AM/FM in New Orleans. This is two days after I deliver […]

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Fears Mount Over Jailing, Beating and 'Restraint' Censorship of Alabama Blogger Accused of Libel, Contempt In Sealed Case

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The corruption-fighting Alabama blogger Roger Shuler remained jailed without bond the evening of Nov. 2 — 10 full days after he was beaten and arrested in his garage on a contempt of court charge for failure to comply with a judge’s prior restraint order in a defamation case. Public attention has begun to grow regarding […]

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JFK Readers Guide: Assassination Books, Archives, Reports & Videos

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Provided below are leading books, films and records centers for materials about President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963. The Justice Integrity Project is maintaining this list as part of our Readers Guide for the 50th anniversary of the killing on Nov. 22, 1963. The inspiring story of the late Mary Ferrell, a Dallas legal […]

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