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Bill Moyers: On the Record
Bill Moyers responds to questions about some in the White House press corps' dissatisfaction over the way we portrayed the Presidential press conference of March 6, 2003.
Blogging for Truth: Josh Marshall
Popular political blogger Josh Marshall from talkingpointsmemo.com gives the Journal his perspective on the role of politics in the recent firings of federal prosecutors.
The Daily Show's Host: Why do so many get their news and analysis from his fake news show?
Prosecutor Firings Email Trail
Sites of interest and documents related to the controversy over the firings of eight U.S. attorneys.
Buying the War
How did the mainstream media get it so wrong in the lead up to the Iraq War?
Buying the War: Additional Interviews: David Albright
David Albright is a physicist, is President of the Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) in Washington DC. in his position as a former Iraqi weapons inspector and director of ISIS, he was a source for many in the media during the run up to Iraq.
Buying the War: Additional Interviews: Kristina Borjesson
Kristina Borjesson is a journalist and editor of INTO THE BUZZSAW: LEADING JOURNALISTS EXPOSE THE MYTH OF A FREE PRESS (2002)) and FEET TO THE FIRE: The Media After 9/11, Top Journalists Speak Out.
Buying the War: Additional Interviews: Scott Ritter
Scott Ritter was the UN's top weapons inspector in Iraq until 1998, when he resigned claiming President Clinton was too easy on Saddam. Ritter is an outspoken critic of the Iraq War.
Buying the War: Article Library
Citations and links to many of the reports featured in "Buying the War." Post-March 2003 coverage of Iraq intelligence, government documents, opinion polls and sites for further research on the media and politics.
Buying the War: Biographies and Terms
Information on people and terms referred to in "Buying the War"
Buying the War: Interactive Timeline
Explore the media coverage surrounding the case for war in Iraq with our interactive timeline of video, headlines and documents.
Grover Norquist on NOW WILL BILL MOYERSfrom the moyers files
Bill Moyers talked with Conservative strategist Grover Norquist after the Republican victory in 2004.
Richard A. Viguerie on NOW WITH BILL MOYERSfrom the moyers files
Grassroots activist Richard A. Viguerie talked with Bill Moyers about the past and future of American conservatism.
Cal Thoms on NOW WITH BILL MOYERSfrom the moyers files
In 2004 Bill Moyers talked with FOX News host Cal Thomas about the cultural values dividing America in an election year.
John Dean on NOW WITH BILL MOYERS
Watergate veteran John Dean talks with Bill Moyers. Thisinterview on "the hidden agenda of a White House shrouded in secrecy and a presidency that seeks to remain unaccountable" and his book WORSE THAN WATERGATE: THE SECRET PRESIDENCY OF GEORGE W. BUSH.
David Keene on NOW WITH BILL MOYERSfrom the moyers files
In 2004 Bill Moyers talked to David Keene, Chairman of the American Conservative Union about what conservatives were thinking about on such issues as the deficit, immigration, and civil liberties, and some of the divisions within the conservative movement today.
Susan Sontag on NOW WITH BILL MOYERSfrom the moyers files
In 2003 author Susan Sontag appeared on NOW WITH BILL MOYERS and discussed her experiences and writings about war
Howard Zinn on NOW with BILL MOYERS
Howard Zinn, teacher, historian, and activist talked with Bill Moyers on the eve of the Iraq War.
Ron Paul on NOW WITH BILL MOYERSfrom the moyers files
In 2002, before the invasion of Iraq, Congressman Ron Paul (R -TX) appeared on NOW WITH BILL MOYERS and explained why he was not yet convinced that an invasion was necessary and justified.
Islam vs. Islam Roundtable: NOW WITH BILL MOYERSfrom the moyers files
In a penetrating conversation steered by many different points of view, the panel draws distinctions between the behavior of Muslims and the teachings of Islam and articulates the difference between terrorist groups such as Al Qaeda and fundamentalist political groups. They debate the clash of Islam with a modern world and how the Koran can be reconciled with democracy and a viable economy.