David Goodman

David Goodman, a contributing writer for Mother Jones, is the co-author with his sister Amy Goodman of "The Exception to the Rulers: Exposing Oily Politicians, War Profiteers, and the Media That Love Them."

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Saturday, September 23, 2006
Syria and the US: Fellow Travelers at the Crossroads for Terrorism
At his address to United Nations this week, George W. Bush declared that Syria was “the crossroads for terrorism.” Maher Arar knows this first hand. He was kidnapped and sent to be tortured in Syria at the behest of the Bush administration.
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Friday, August 05, 2005
The Hiroshima Cover-Up
A story that the U.S. government hoped would never see the light of day finally has been published, 60 years after it was spiked by military censors. The discovery of reporter George Weller's firsthand account of conditions in post-nuclear Nagasaki sheds light on one of the great journalistic betrayals of the last century: the cover-up of the effects of the atomic bombing on Japan.
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Thursday, April 07, 2005
Un-Embed the Media
Recent revelations that the Bush administration has been fabricating news stories, secretly hiring journalists to write puff pieces and credentialing fake reporters at White House news conferences has infuriated the news media.
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Thursday, March 03, 2005
Why Media Ownership Matters
George Bush must have been delighted to learn from a recent Washington Post-ABC News poll that 56 percent of Americans still think Iraq had weapons of mass destruction before the start of the war, while six in 10 said they believe Iraq provided direct support to the al-Qaida terrorist network — notions that have long since been thoroughly debunked by everyone from the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee to both of Bush's handpicked weapons inspectors, Charles Duelfer and David Kay.
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Tuesday, August 10, 2004
Hiroshima Cover-up: How the War Department's Timesman Won a Pulitzer
Governments lie. -- I. F. Stone, Journalist
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