Robert Fantina

Robert Fantina’s latest book is Propaganda, Lies and False Flags: How the U.S. Justifies its Wars.

Redefining Progress in Iraq

McCain, Iraq and the Campaign

Ashcroft, Torture and the U.S.

Canada, Guantanamo and Yankee Poodles

Obama, Iraq and Change

Iraq and the New York Times

McCain, Racism and the Supreme Court

When Truth is the Casualty

Bush, Rice and McClellan

Justice Department’s Revelations on Torture

The Double-Talk Express Derails

The Lexicon Legacy of George W. Bush

The Rhetoric of John McCain

Bush vs. Carter: Let History Judge

McCain Detests War?

Bush’s Brand of Morality

McCain, Republicans and Family Values

Iraq Troika: McCain, Obama and Clinton

In Torture We Trust

Posturing Over Patriotism

Castro, Bush and Cuba

Guántanamo, Justice and the American Dream

A Colony By Any Other Name

Leadership, Bush and the New York Times

The Gulf of Tonkin and the Strait of Hormuz

Iowa, Democrats and the Iraq War

The Sham of Homeland Security

Moral Bankruptcy in Action

The Future of Iraq

The White House Press Office

Legitimizing Torture

The Deadly Merry-Go Round

Iraq, Iran and the U.S. "Vision"

The Strange Love of Mitt Romney and Bob Jones

Iraq, Iran and the US

The Deadly Pattern of US Imperialism

Those Iraq Reports

The GOP’s Pre-emptive Strike

Cannon Fodder

Romney’s Dance

Still Getting It Wrong

American Lies and Iraqi Nationalism

Fear in Iraq

The Illegalities of the Iraq War

Co-Owning the War

America’s Cuba Policy

Giuliani: Righteous, Indignant and Wrong

Iraq’s History

Bush’s Veto

The Rhetoric of Dick Cheney