Greg Palast is an award-winning, muckraking journalist intent on telling the stories no one else wants to tackle. From East Timor, to the lawsuits surrounding uber-pharmaceutical company Pfizter, to Exxon's appalling safety record, he has remained unflinching in his Robin Hood attempt to hold the powerful accountable for their crimes. Based on the often shocking reports published in his internationally best selling book "The Best Democracy Money Can Buy," this one-hour documentary exposes the missteps and scandalous truths about the Bush family dynasty, including the election heist, the Saudi connection, and the secret State Department plans for postwar Iraq. Accompanied by a fantastic soundtrack by Moby, the DVD also includes an interview with Palast as he discusses the current status of the media, and the system political paybacks by which the Bush family has run the US.
American History |
Based On A Novel |