In Case You Missed These Stories
Editor’s Note: Because we've been publishing so many stories, some readers say they miss some that fly by. So, each month, we'll point out some special stories from the previous month.
Here is a selection from March 2010, focusing on the end of the fierce health-care battle and the start of tenser relations between the United States and Israel:
"Bush/Cheney Pulled Torture Strings," by Robert Parry, tracing the torture scandal upward. (March 4, 2010)
"How 'Free Market' Snookers Americans," by Don Monkerud, describing how Tea Partiers get duped. (March 4, 2010)
"Sorry, Rove, Bush Did Lie about Iraq" by Robert Parry, recounting the clear evidence of President Bush's lying. (March 5, 2010)
"Mullen Wary of an Israeli Attack on Iran” by Ray McGovern, reporting on fears of U.S. military brass. (March 6, 2010)
"Did US Coddle an Anti-Iran Terrorist?" by Flynt and Hillary Mann Leverett, disclosing troubling ties to a "good" terrorist. (March 7, 2010)
"How Reagan's Propaganda Succeeded," by Robert Parry, revealing declassified documents on a secret propaganda strategy. (March 8, 2010)
"Taboo Inhibits Frank Iran/Israeli Talk," by Ray McGovern, noting how policy analysts tip-toe around touchy topics. (March 11, 2010)
"How Big Business Dupes the Masses," by Bill Moyers and Michael Winship, exploring how the trickery works. (March 12, 2010)
"Spy Takes US/Israeli Secrets to Grave" by Robert Parry, commenting on the lost history of Israeli spy-diplomat David Kimche. (March 15, 2010)
"Yoo Besmirches Legacy of Jefferson" by Ray McGovern, troubled over UVA's invitation to torture lawyer John Yoo. (March 15, 2010)
"'The Death and Life of Bishop Romero," by Gary G. Kohls, reflecting on the assassination of El Salvador's conscience. (March 18, 2010)
"Israel's Troubling Tilt Toward Apartheid" by Robert Parry, reporting on the bigotry of Israel's new housing minister. (March 19, 2010)
"The GOP Learns to Love Dissent" by Nat Parry, observing a Republican flip-flop on protesting. (March 19, 2010)
"Obama, Free at Last on Health Care," by Robert Parry, noting how a shift in health-care strategy gave President Obama new leeway. (March 22, 2010)
"The Politics of Corrections" by Robert Parry, explaining how media corrections respond to power, more than truth. (March 25, 2010)
"The Right Finds Virtue in Extremism” by Lisa Pease, exploring the Republican embrace of extremist rhetoric. (March 26, 2010)
"The GOP's Double Standard on Anger” by Nat Parry, looking at how Republicans came to love political anger. (March 27, 2010)
"US-Israeli Relations at a Crossroads” by Melvin A. Goodman, observing new tensions between old allies. (March 28, 2010)
"A Surprise Tea Party Confrontation” by Richard Fricker, describing how angry Tea Partiers got in his face. (March 28, 2010)
"Why Pope Benedict Must Resign” by Daniel C. Maguire, demanding accountability for the pedophile scandal. (March 28, 2010)
"A Method to Republican Madness” by Robert Parry, reflecting on how the GOP wins by playing real hardball. (March 31, 2010)
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