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Sep
19
2014

Back to Iraq

The US press was full of explanations for the attack on Iraq in January 1993, many of them misleading or wrong.

Sep
19
2014

Back to Iraq

The US press was full of explanations for the attack on Iraq in January 1993, many of them misleading or wrong.

Sep
19
2014

Back to Iraq

The US press was full of explanations for the attack on Iraq in January 1993, many of them misleading or wrong.

Sep
19
2014

Back to Iraq

The US press was full of explanations for the attack on Iraq in January 1993, many of them misleading or wrong.

Sep
19
2014

Al-Rashid

"Whatever hit the al-Rashid Hotel, it wasn't a US missile," declared CBS's Randall Pinkston (1/17/93). The Pentagon later acknowledged that the hotel had been hit by a US missile.

"Whatever hit the al-Rashid Hotel, it wasn't a US missile," declared CBS's Randall Pinkston (1/17/93). The Pentagon later acknowledged that the hotel had been hit by a US missile.

Sep
19
2014

SoundBites March 1993

‘Anti-Liberal’ Media Dorrance Smith, a top media strategist for the Bush White House, will join fellow administration alumni C. Boyden Gray and Evan Kemp in launching an “anti-liberal public affairs network” on cable TV, the LA Times reports (1/11/93). Smith has the right experience for the task: As a former news executive at ABC, he was the creator of This Week With David Brinkley, and was, until he was hired by Bush in 1991, the executive producer for Nightline. Apparently he doesn’t find the shows he used to run “anti-liberal” enough. Interlocking Directorates Last issue, Extra! noted that the New […]

Sep
19
2014

JamesReston

James Reston

James Reston

Sep
19
2014

DorranceSmith

Dorrance Smith

Dorrance Smith