Tag Archive for Robert Parry

Parry Book Deals Coming to an End

From Journalist Robert Parry: The holiday specials for buying my books – free postage and a second book for a nickel – are coming to an end on Jan. 20. So, now is a great time to buy my new book, “America’s Stolen Narrative.”

Thank You to Our Readers

From Journalist Robert Parry: We did come up short on our year-end fund drive, raising just 40 percent of our $25,000 goal. But I want to thank the readers who were able to contribute. It remains my view that information is the key to resolving the world’s many pressing problems and …

More Second Amendment Madness

Exclusive: Elements of the American Right are suggesting that Barack Obama, the twice-elected President of the United States, is a tyrant whose gun-control plans should be resisted by force, a gross and dangerous distortion of why the Framers wrote the Second Amendment, says Robert Parry.

Slanting the Case on Iran’s Nukes

From the Archive: The New York Times reports UN nuclear monitoring chief Yukiya Amano is dampening hopes for new nuclear talks with Iran by demanding access to its Parchin military base. But the press still ignores evidence Amano is no honest broker, but part of the U.S./Israel camp, as Robert Parry reported in 2011.

Waking Up to Iran’s Real History

Americans have a deeply distorted understanding of Iran and what has driven that country’s political change over the past six decades. This false history has become the backdrop for a possible new war, as David Swanson notes in reviewing a new book, Waking Up in Tehran.

Reasons for Optimism

From Journalist Robert Parry: The year 2013 could be a turning point in American history. And – with your help – Consortiumnews.com can continue its work toward getting the nation on the right path. We can keep on challenging the false narratives that the Right has deployed in its long assault on the U.S. democratic process.

Is the Constitution Still Relevant?

Exclusive: The U.S. Constitution has become part of today’s political battlefield, with the Right claiming to be its true defender and the Left questioning why the old parchment should undercut democratic choices in the modern age. But neither side seems very interested in what the document actually did, says Robert Parry.

Al Gore’s ‘Current TV’ Debacle

Exclusive: Current TV’s core failure was the choice by its founder Al Gore to avoid political conflict in 2005 when President George W. Bush was near the height of his powers. That act of cowardice made the “progressive” network largely irrelevant to the biggest battles of the last decade, says Robert Parry.

Consortiumnews’ Fund Drive Extended

From Journalist Robert Parry: Because our year-end fund drive got started late – and because we are still far short of our modest goal of $25,000 – we are extending the time frame for donations through next weekend.

A 2012 Look-Back at Consortiumnews

The year 2012 was an important one for the United States as it faced a presidential election, issues of war or peace, and the choice of extreme right-wing economic theories or greater political pragmatism. Here is a selection of stories from Consortiumnews.com.