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[15 Feb 2012 | One Comment | ]
The Whistleblower: How the Clinton’s Stayed in Power

Check out an excerpt of The Whistleblower.

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[30 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]
A Review: The Whistleblower – The Masterpiece of our times

In finding the ever elusive truth, it is those working quietly in the background who prove most successful in bringing the real story to the surface; those rare few far too busy finding what matters to make time for bows in the limelight; those like investigative journalist Marinka Peschmann who steadfastly refuse to put themselves ahead of the story. By unearthing the political intrigues of our time and for putting the public back on the chessboard in time for the political play of a presidential election year, The Whistleblower should be called what it truly is: a masterpiece.

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[23 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]
The Whistleblower … A Review

“Peschmann includes information about the Clinton scandals that has never been reported before, and which will lead honest historians to completely revise their assessment of the Clinton era.”

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[4 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]
The Whistleblower: How the Clinton’s Stayed in Power

Marinka Peschmann’s New Book, The Whistleblower: How the Clinton White House Stayed in Power to Reemerge in the Obama White House and on the World Stage is on Sale Now!

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[4 Jan 2012 | 3 Comments | ]
The Whistleblower: How the Clinton’s Stayed in Power Dedication & Prologue

Marinka’s Dedication and Prologue for The Whistleblower: How the Clinton White House Stayed in Power to Reemerge in the Obama White House and on the World Stage. Take a sneak peek at the book now!

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[4 Jan 2012 | One Comment | ]
Haditha Marines: Presumed guilty, 7 found innocent. SSgt Frank Wuterich’s trial begins today. Update! Four charges already dismissed

There once was a time in America when a person was presumed innocent until they were proven guilty. That basic presumption of law derived from the Latin legal principle that ei incumbit probatio qui dicit, non qui negat – the burden of the proof lies upon him who affirms, not he who denies, was denied to eight US Marines in what became known as “Haditha,” the highest-profile atrocity prosecution of US servicemen out of the Iraq war.

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[28 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]
The Whistleblower’s Online Endnote Accompaniment

Marinka’s Online Endnote Accompaniment to The Whistleblower: How the Clinton White House Stayed in Power to Reemerge in the Obama White House and on the World Stage Part I

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[23 Jun 2011 | One Comment | ]
ICE Agents: Obama Administration using agency policy for backdoor amnesty … Updated

The National ICE Council representing approximately 7,000 ICE agents, officers and employees is calling on the public to take action to stop the Obama Administration’s backdoor secret policies “to win votes at the expense of sound and responsible law enforcement policy.”

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[3 Mar 2011 | One Comment | ]
Pentagon Report Reveals Financial Terrorism Suspected in 2008 Economic Crash … Updated

Would an investigation begin to determine who was behind the run on the banks that according to Kanjorski could “have collapsed the entire economy of the United States and within twenty-four hours, the world economy…?” As Kanjorski detailed: “It would have been the end of our economic system and political system as we know it.”