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Jim Rarey is a freelance writer based in Romulus, Michigan. He is a former newspaper editor and investigative reporter, a retired customs administrator and accountant, and a student of history and the U.S. Constitution.

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Condi in the Briar Patch
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Jim Rarey 2004-04-22 15:00
What we saw in the 9/11 Commission hearing with Condoleeza Rice is a brilliantly conceived and orchestrated exercise in reverse psychology. The major objective of the hearing (a cooperative effort between the administration represented by Rice and the commission itself supposedly representing the public) was to convince the public that, based on the 'intelligence' information it had, no one could...
911 Cover-Up Panel Takes a Dive
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Jim Rarey 2004-04-07 15:00
In an ignominious capitulation to the White House the leaders of the 9/11 Commission traded two and a half hours of testimony by Condoleeza Rice in public under oath in exchange for a written promise not to ask anymore White House persons to testify in public or under oath. It is not clear who this includes but no doubt comprises all cabinet level officials. There are a number of questions which...
The Rise and Fall of Charles Moose
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Jim Rarey 2003-04-13 15:00
Looking at today's news, this writer was struck by the reappearance of names of people who have been involved in cover-ups in the recent past. Like Yogi Berra's aphorism, it's 'deja vu all over again.' Perhaps the best way to illustrate this is with some snippets from this writer's articles over the past two years. One of the most intriguing is the background of FBI agent Bradley Garrett. He...
The Rise and Fall of Charles Moose
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Jim Rarey 2003-04-06 15:00
He was riding the crest of a tidal wave of favorable publicity. He was a much sought after speaker and honored guest at function after function. His name was mentioned as the first black Director of the FBI. A book deal had been signed and Hollywood was considering a movie and his face graced the covers of national magazines. His name is Charles A. Moose and it was the best time of his life. It...