Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Understanding the out-of-control national security apparatus

Kreig’s ‘Presidential Puppetry’

gives road map

to master manipulators

Andrew Kreig covered federal courts in the 1970s for The Hartford Courant. Kreig seemed like he knew what he was doing, so I followed him around for a bit ...

  • Complete column at Register Citizen

  • Also at:

  • New Haven Register

  • Middletown Press

  • Kreig’s guide to the JFK murder

  • More Cool Justice
  • 1 comment:

    Andrew Kreig said...

    As author of "Presidential Puppetry," I'm thrilled and grateful for the kind words of reviewer Andy Thibault, a dedicated fighter for justice.

    He has the rare ability to recall vividly how things were -- with the even more important mission of visualizing how things should be.

    That pattern reminds me so much of his part of Connecticut, a tradition-steeped region where communities fought as early as the Revolutionary era to create enduring institutions that are now threatened, as elsewhere.

    To foster further discussion, I'd like to provide free copies of "Puppetry" to the first three people who request it from this site. Details about the book are at www.presidentialpuppetry.com. To request your free copy, please write me: Andrew [at] Presidentialpuppetry.com. I welcome also any questions or other comments about the content.

    Please specify whether you'd like print or electronic (including Kindle), and note that you came from this site. The book is 500 pages (covering more than a century of history through important news occurring until mid-October of this fall. It's just 350 pages of text. Most of the rest of it is comprised of endnotes and other further reading for those inspired for further study.

    Because the goal is help those who want to understand the news and not just watch it, I'm trying to arrange also a talk sometime soon in or near Litchfield to discuss these revelations and to brainstorm on reforms. I hope to meet Andy's readers then and there. If you'd like to be notified of the date write me as well.

    In the meantime, all best for 2014!

    -- Andrew