Some of our special stories in May focused on the Right’s racist past, the Republican scandal-mongering, Ronald Reagan’s ties to genocide, Barack Obama’s defense of drone attacks, and new tensions in the Middle East.
From Editor Robert Parry: Summer reading – often called “beach reading” – is usually light fare, from romance novels to some classy fiction praised by the New York Times’ Book Review. But we’re offering something a little different, a rewrite of recent American history.
From Editor Robert Parry: I often hear the complaint that Consortiumnews is not devoting enough attention to some story of particular importance to that reader. And I must admit the criticism is often valid, but the explanation is mostly our lack of resources, not our lack of interest.
From Editor Robert Parry: Though we have completed our spring fund drive – thanks so much – we will continue to offer my last three books at the discount rate of only $34, or less than half price. And, for U.S. orders, shipping is free.
From Editor Robert Parry: As we continue to struggle to keep Consortiumnews afloat financially, I am sometimes asked why I started this journalistic experiment back in 1995, why didn’t I keep trying to do my reporting through the existing mainstream media which had a much wider reach.
Some of our special stories from April focused on the Boston Marathon bombings, the defeat of gun-sanity legislation, the latest research on the historical Jesus, and the political rehabilitation of George W. Bush.
From Editor Robert Parry: We are only about one-fifth of the way toward our spring fund-raising goal of $25,000. So please consider one of the following three easy ways to help, so we can keep alive this unique outlet for investigative journalism and thoughtful analysis.
Ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern has been crisscrossing the United States, with an occasional detour to Europe, speaking to groups concerned about U.S. foreign policy, but he took time to send in this letter urging readers to help Consortiumnews meet its spring fundraising goal.
As George W. Bush celebrates his new presidential library – amid polls showing a rise in his popularity and with talk of his brother Jeb’s presidential run – it is crucial that the real history of the Bush Family be understood. So we are extending a special offer on Robert Parry’s remarkable trilogy.
Some of our special stories in March focused on dark questions about the new Pope, the tenth anniversary of the Iraq War, fresh insights into Watergate and Iran-Contra, and the Right’s gross distortion of the Second Amendment.