Monday, November 16, 2009
The BBC broadcast that first exposed how Boy Bush got into the Texas Air Guard and out of Vietnam through a fix from Daddy Bush. We busted the story and got it right—including the $23 million pay-out that Dan Rather missed.
"Great fun," says the New Yorker. So much fun that it still hurts—from Iraq to Detroit.
Watch Palast chase down Katherine Harris' ballot-box bender - and Palast then marched out of her office in the custody of Florida State Troopers. The crime: committing acts of journalism.
The Balitmore Chronicle said, "No one has exposed more truth about the Bush Cartel and lived to tell the story."
On the Bush money trail, Palast discovers the spike of the pre-2001 FBI investigation of the bin Ladens ... then shows you the secret oil company plans for the oil fields of Iraq.
Join "America's best investigative reporter - and the funniest" (Air America) as he hunts down the icons and idiots of the Bush regime before they were even known—from Karl Rove, to General Jay Garner ... even an Enron party film.
Bush Family Fortunes weaves together the original reporting behind Fahrenheit 9-11, the BBC report that Michael Moore called, "courageous."
This is your opportunity to be courageous by making a commitment to support original investigative reporting today.
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Music by Moby.
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We've just returned from the other side of the planet and are in the midst of uncovering ... well, why spoil it? The hot documents marked "confidential" are leaking from the bankers' lairs and we are back on the hunt thanks to your generous donations.
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