In Case You Missed…

Some of our special stories from November, assessing the meaning of Election 2012, reporting on the sudden fall of a fabled general, and exposing crucial history from the Kennedy-Nixon era.

The Source of Romney’s Lying” by Robert Parry, tracing Mitt Romney’s strained relationship with the truth to his Mormonism. Nov. 1, 2012

Romney/GOP Play Good Cop, Bad Cop” by Robert Parry, recalling how Republican obstructionism became a strategy. Nov. 2, 2012

The Why Behind the Benghazi Attack” by Melvin A. Goodman, disclosing the CIA operation based in Benghazi, Libya. Nov. 4, 2012

Risking a Repeat of Election 2000” by Robert Parry, pointing out parallels to a disastrous election. Nov. 5, 2012

Ignoring Real National Security Needs” by Paul R. Pillar, explaining a consequence of anti-government propaganda. Nov. 6, 2012

Power of Anti-Government Propaganda” by Robert Parry, weighing the harm from demonizing government. Nov. 6, 2012

A Great Night for US Democracy” by Robert Parry, noting the failure of right-wing strategies for suppressing and confusing voters. Nov. 7, 2012

Behind Petraeus’s Resignation” by Robert Parry, reporting on the strains between the celebrated general and the White House. Nov. 10, 2012

Pundit Tears for Petraeus’s Fall” by Ray McGovern, mopping up the many tears shed by Washington pundits for their beloved general. Nov. 10, 2012

The Neocons’ Waterloo” by Robert Parry, assessing the recent losses for Washington’s neocons from Romney to Petraeus. Nov. 14, 2012

Separating War from the Vets” by Matthew Hoh, warning that nostalgia for veterans can help perpetuate unnecessary wars. Nov. 15, 2012

Likening Palestinians to Blades of Grass” by Elizabeth Murray, criticizing the Israeli dehumanization of the Palestinian people. Nov. 16, 2012

The Death Toll of Watergate” by Robert Parry, linking the political scandal to its origins in Vietnam War deceptions. Nov. 17, 2012

Obama’s Challenge at Treasury” by Beverly Bandler, describing what the choice of a new Treasury Secretary could mean for the economy. Nov. 23, 2012

Biblical Economics” by Rev. Howard Bess, showing how the Old Testament and New opposed concentration of wealth. Nov. 27, 2012

Ron Paul’s Appalling World View” by Robert Parry, dissecting the quirky congressman’s neo-Confederate philosophy. Nov. 27, 2012

The Humiliation of Bradley Manning” by Ray McGovern, reporting on the strange trial of a brave whistle-blower. Nov. 28, 2012

Walmart’s Tears for a Tragedy” by Barbara Koeppel, questioning the sincerity of Walmart’s concerns for dead garment workers. Nov. 29, 2012

How the World Was Saved” by Jim DiEugenio, reviewing the secrets of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Nov. 30, 2012

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