John Chuckman

John Chuckman lives in Canada.

Bush in a Bottle

Lessons from Hell

Why Pat Robertson Isn’t Treated as a Terrorist

The Dumbest Story Ever Written

The Blessings of Canada

The Peculiar State

Hanoi Jane and the City of God

"Aw, Shucks, These Things Happen"

A Season of Depressing Political Reruns

Hiroshima, Mon Amour

Freedom on Steroids

The Imperial Wizard Visits Canada

God Bless America

Osama’s Endorsement

The Government You Deserve

Strange Victory

A Modest Proposal

9/11, Three Years On

The Disturbing Words of John Edwards

A Deafening Silence of Meaning

Americans’ Right to Know

"These Colors Don’t Run"

Why the CIA will Always be a Costly Flop

Insanity in America

Sex, Lies and Videotapes

The Thing with No Brain

Seeking the Evil One

Evil Does Often Triumph

Condoleezza Rice’s Idea of Democracy

An Enemy of the People…in Power

President from Podunk Drilling, Inc.

Frum’s New Neo-Con Manifesto

The Parable of Samarra

Forty Years of Lies, the Warren Commission Revisited

Banging Your Head into Walls

US Missiles for Israeli Nukes?

Schwarzenegger and the Lottery Society

Wesley Clark is Not Cincinnatus

Bush at the UN

The First Two Years of Insanity

George Will, the Marquis of Mendacity

What the US Says Goes

Enron-style Management in a Dangerous World

The Worst Kind of Lie

Lessons from the American Revolution

The Real Clash of Civilizations

The Man Who Wasn’t There

Blackmail as Policy

an Interpretation of Bush’s Character

Of Blair, Hussein and Genocide