Chris Hedges talks to Matt Taibbi, who revealed that the source of many claims of Trump-era Russian disinformation was itself a disinformation operation concocted by former U.S. intelligence officials.
Tag: Bob Woodward
The Victory of ‘Perception Management’
The origins of the Russiagate psyop unleashed on the American people can be traced back to a secret government program unearthed by this site’s founder.
THE ANGRY ARAB: Installing a War Criminal
When Israel invaded Lebanon in 1982, the imposition as president of Bashir Gemayyel — who introduced the worst savagery seen during the country’s civil war — was one of the chief goals, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.
The CIA’s Role in Watergate
James DiEugenio assembles evidence of an agency role in the scandal.
The Myth of Woodward, Bernstein & Watergate
The 50th anniversary this month of the Watergate break-in led W. Joseph Campbell to examine the persistence of a simplistic version of events that even Watergate-era principals at The Washington Post tried to refute.
LEE CAMP: What’s the Difference Between ‘Villain’ Assange & ‘Intrepid’ Woodward?
The next time you see a mainstream-media talking-head fawn over Woodward, just remember that if they had any backbone, any moral core, they would be fawning over Assange instead.
ELECTION 2020: From Bob to Don
Why did Trump agree to this book: Details recounted are less important than the projection of the Oval Office’s powerful, intoxicating atmosphere dominated by the commanding presence of the Chief Executive, writes Michael Brenner.
Seven Days in September
A new book, an anonymous Op-Ed and an Obama speech in the first seven days of September appeared to reveal dangerous insider moves against a dangerous, but constitutionally elected president, writes Joe Lauria.
Rearranging the Watergate Myth
Exclusive: A Washington axiom holds that that when power and truth clash, power usually wins, but the contest can be complicated by competing personal agendas, as James DiEugenio notes about a new Watergate movie.
Ben Bradlee’s Not Such ‘A Good Life’
Special Report: Washington Post’s editor Ben Bradlee, whose memoir was entitled “A Good Life,” is remembered by many as a tough-talking, street-smart journalist. But that reputation was more image than truth as the real Bradlee was an Establishment insider who…