Tag Archives: Ronald Reagan

Inverted Justice: The Bigger the Crime, the Smaller the Accountability

Why We Don’t Get—and Don’t Want to Hear—the Truth  WhoWhatWhy by Russ Baker Gary Sick was the National Security Council liaison to President Carter during Carter’s 1980 negotiations with Hezbollah over the 52 American hostages held by Iran. Sick later investigated the claim that Reagan-Bush campaign chief William Casey had essentially committed treason so their team could […]

Reagan Revolution Home To Roost — In Charts

DAVE JOHNSON (This post was originally published June 16, 2010) It seems that you can look at a chart of almost anything and right around 1981 or soon after you’ll see the chart make a sharp change in direction, and probably not in a good way. And I really do mean almost anything, from economics to […]