Armed Madhouse

Armed Madhouse : Who's Afraid of Osama Wolf?, The Best Legal Whorehouse in Texas, No Child's Behind Left and Other Tales of Class Combat in a Dying Regime

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You want something heartwarming? Buy a puppy. But, if you want just the facts, ma'am facts rarely cuddly or cute here's your book. 'Before you enter these pages, I should warn you: I am not a nice man. But, I'm not prejudiced: it's not just Oval Office residents that make me gag, it's holders of offices in state capitols, in corporate towers and in a few churches too'. Award-winning guerrilla journalist Greg Palast has gone where most have been too scared to unearth the ugly truth about America today. And, he's got the documents to prove it. Here, he reveals just how scary it's got: how the Patriot Act has sent a nation crazy with fear? How ballot stuffing and black voter snuffing meant John Kerry actually won in '04, and the Republicans have 08 in the bag? How no child is left behind in the queue for jobs cleaning toilets, that is? And, how Bush's ownership society' means corporations buying up the planet? Plus, the story of the trillion-dollar Gulf War oil babies, why some people like to call Greg a Pinko bed-wetting freak, and how to join insurgency USA.
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  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 154 x 230 x 30mm | 498.96g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Illustrations, maps
  • 0713997974
  • 9780713997972
  • 1,585,984

About Greg Palast

Greg Palast is an award-winning investigative journalist and the author of the international bestseller The Best Democracy Money Can Buy. Palast's reports first gained international attention in his column, Inside Corporate America, for The Guardian & Observer. Now Palast's investigative reports broadcast internationally on Newsnight and appear regularly in Harper's magazine. Palast earned his MBA from University of Chicago, where he studied under the tutelage of ultraconservative Nobel Prize winner Milton Friedman. A native of California, he divides his time between New York and London. Greg Palast has broken some of the most infamous stories of the past decade, including: - How the Bush Family stole the 2000 election in Florida; - How Bush killed the FBI's investigation into the financing of terrorist organizations by Saudi Arabia; - How Enron cheated, lied, and swindled its way into an energy monopoly
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