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Shows featuring Robert Parry

  • Walter Cronkite (1916-2009): Legendary CBS Anchorman Was Critical of Media Consolidation, Wars in Vietnam and Iraq Cronkiteweb
    The legendary CBS anchorman Walter Cronkite died at the age of ninety-two at his home in New York on Friday. For nearly twenty years, Cronkite’s broadcast was a nightly staple in millions of American homes from 1962 until he left CBS Evening News in 1981. Praise for Cronkite’s work and legacy is all over the news, but few in the mainstream media have mentioned what many consider...
    July 20, 2009 | Story
  • Robert Parry: Why Are McCain Backers So Angry? Parryweb
    "From Republicans at political rallies to GOP lawmakers on TV talk shows, McCain-Palin supporters are angry, very angry — and they seem to think their anger justifies whatever they do: from calling Barack Obama a 'terrorist' to shouting 'kill him' and 'off with his head' — to getting huffy when their violent rhetoric is challenged," writes...
    October 13, 2008 | Story
  • Robert Parry: Hillary Clinton Signals Free Pass for Bush Parry
    "Former President Bill Clinton’s comment that his wife’s 'first thing' as President would be to send him and former President George H.W. Bush on a worldwide fence-mending tour has a political subtext," reports investigative journalist Robert Parry. "It signals that a second Clinton administration would give a free pass to the second Bush administration on its...
    January 02, 2008 | Story