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: January 2016

Cruz Birthplace, Secret Loans Undermine His Presidential Run

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By andrew.kreig@gmail.com (Andrew Kreig) Attacks on Ted Cruz’s eligibility for the presidency have seriously undermined his campaign in the crucial days before the Feb. 1 caucuses in Iowa. Today, we describe that eligibility as an open question that cannot be resolved easily, in part because the Cruz campaign is withholding the facts about his birth […]

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Shocker: GOP Elected Leaders Suddenly Warming To Trump In Iowa

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By andrew.kreig@gmail.com (Andrew Kreig) Key GOP party leaders are assisting Donald Trump by denouncing his chief rival, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, just before the Iowa caucuses Feb. 1. Recent developments show high stakes, intrigues, and back-stabbing as Trump seems to be winning one of the most remarkable momentum turnarounds in recent political history. A new […]

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Cruz Campaign Peaks Early, Faces Brutal Counterattacks

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By andrew.kreig@gmail.com (Andrew Kreig) Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz seemed poised for victory in the Iowa caucuses over most of the past month but has suffered tough counterattacks from critics within his party at the worst possible time for him. As often happens in presidential politics, Cruz’s difficulties arose from rivals in his own party. […]

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Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Enhanced By Historic Discovery

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By andrew.kreig@gmail.com (Andrew Kreig) The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy is forever enhanced by discovery of a 24-minute recording of his first meeting with the national media, which occurred during a 1962 speech that was the first ever by an African American at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. To help celebrate King’s […]

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Presidential Candidates, Media Duck Tough War/Peace Issues

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By andrew.kreig@gmail.com (Andrew Kreig) With the presidential debates scheduled to resume Jan. 14 after holiday recess, voters are running out of chances to hear sustained discussion of the most difficult foreign policy issues before the first voter selections. So far, candidates have almost entirely avoided meaningful comment, particularly before the smaller and more interactive audiences […]

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