Jeffrey St. Clair
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- There’s no more pungent symbol of the corrupt nature of the Bush administration’s invasion and occupation of Iraq than Halliburton, the Houston, Texas-based oil services conglomerate, which has made billions from the war even in the face of charges of massive overbilling, shoddy work, official bribery and political influence-peddling. The remarkable thing is that Halliburton’s looting of Iraq and the US treasury happened in broad daylight, right under the nose of the press, the Democrats and Michael Moore, who made Dick Cheney’s former company the bete noir of his film “9/11.” Nothing deterred the company from capitalizing on the war it helped orchestrate.
- In the ever-expanding universe of Pentagon contracting, cost is never the problem, public exposure is.
- "Jeffrey St. Clair Author Bio", In These Times, retrieved 25 April 2007
- "Monkeywrench Hope: An Interview with Jeffrey St. Clair", by Joshua Frank, Press Action, August 19, 2004, retrieved 25 April 2007
- "Pentagon Thievery: An Interview with Jeffrey St. Clair", by Joshua Frank, LewRockwell.com, April 3, 2006, retrieved 25 April 2007
- “The system is irretrievably corrupt”, interview by The Socialist Worker, April 14, 2006, retrieved 25 April 2007
- "Moonlighting? Two books revisit charges that the C.I.A. condoned the sale of crack.", review of Whiteout: The CIA, Drugs and the Press, by James Adams, September 27, 1998, New York Times Book Review, retrieved 25 April 2007
- Notes from the Dark Side of Earth Jeffrey St. Clair speaks about his books and views in Sacramento, CA on July 15, 2008
- "In Character: Jeffrey St. Clair, editor of Counterpunch" by Oakley Brookes, Oregon Business Journal, October, 2006, retrieved 23 April 2013
- "A conversation with conservationist Jeffrey St. Clair" by Ann Robinson, The Oregonian, March 6, 2009, retrieved 23 April 2013
- "Q&A: Jeffrey St Clair" by Ben Terrall, Terrain, Winter 2008, retrieved 25 April 2013