Some of our special stories in September dealt with America’s deepening economic crisis, the political/media failures of the Establishment, solving a three-decade-old mystery about George H.W. Bush, the Founders’ actual views on government, and more.
From Editor Robert Parry: A while back, we approached a foundation with a request for a “matching grant,” a donation that would equal what we could raise from our readers. Last week, the foundation sent us a check for $20,000 with the hope — not a requirement — that our readers would come close to…
From Robert Parry: For a limited time, we are offering as a three-book set – Lost History, Secrecy & Privilege and Neck Deep – at the deep discount price of only $29 for all three, postage included.
Some of our special stories in August explored stubborn conflicts raging from Libya to Afghanistan, reported on social upheavals within Western societies, reflected on the hypocrisy of Christian violence, and more.
From Robert Parry: As part of our “empty the warehouse” drive, we are re-offering, for a limited time, the three-book set – Lost History, Secrecy & Privilege and Neck Deep – at a deep discount of only $29 for all three.
From Robert Parry: I’ve carved out enough space in my house for most of the remaining cartons of Secrecy & Privilege and Neck Deep. But there are still about 25 to 30 cartons that don’t fit.
From Editor Robert Parry: I want to personally thank our readers who were able to contribute to our mid-year fund drive. We did come up short on our $25,000 target, but a late surge got us closer than I had thought likely. In case someone still wants to chip in…
From Editor Robert Parry: A reader called to suggest that our lagging fund drive take a page from the Republican hostage playbook and threaten to kill, say, a lovable puppy unless we get the donations we need. (We’re too small to tank the entire economy.) Animal lovers will be glad to hear that we rejected the…
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