whistleblower book tour

Montclair, NJ: Watchung Booksellers

Thursday, December 7th, 7pm Montclair, NJ: Watchung Booksellers 54 Fairfield Street, Watchung Plaza, Montclair, NJ 07042 ph: 973-744-7177 Contact: Margot Sage-EL [email protected]

Woman’s National Democratic Club

Download The Flyer Here TIME: 11:30 am – Bar opens; 12:15 pm – Lunch served; 1-2 pm – Presentation and Q&A PRICE: $25 Members; $30 Non-members (includes lunch); $10 Lecture only. President Harry Truman created the CIA in 1947 to collect and analyze intelligence, and not to conduct “cloak and dagger” operations. By 1963, Truman…

Miami Book Fair

  Sat Nov 18, 1:30pm Miami Book Fair In Room 8203, Mel Goodman discusses his new book Whistleblower at the CIA: An Insider’s Account of the Politics of Intelligence and Daniel Golden on Spy Schools: How the CIA, FBI, and Foreign Intelligence Secretly Exploit America’s Universities

St Louis, MO: St. Louis Jewish Book Festival

Thursday, November 16th,  7pm St Louis, MO: St. Louis Jewish Book Festival https://jccstl.com/arts-ideas/st-louis-jewish-book-festival/festival-events-schedule/ Event held at the Staenberg Family Complex. Tickets: $18

Recent News and Latest Book

The Washington Post Gratuitously and Wrongly Trashes Jimmy Carter

Last week, the Post published a bizarre and outrageous editorial on Kissinger’s legacy that weakly concluded that his legacy “was still up for debate.”  But planted in the middle of the mealy editorial was an unusual criticism of the foreign policy of President Carter, which was gratuitous and wrong-headed.

Kissinger: “The World’s Most Dangerous Man”

After the New York Times begn publishing “The Pentagon Papers” on June 13, 1971, National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger told President Richard M. Nixon that Daniel Ellsberg was “the most dangerous man in America and that he must be stopped at all costs.”  Nixon was not inclined to seek legal action against Ellsberg and the Times, but Kissinger convinced the president to do so.  Kissinger was never tarred with the crimes of Watergate, but his obsession with Ellsberg contributed to the worst aspects of Watergate.