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Yet a handful of writers have taken up the issue and won prizes for doing so. One of them, William Waugh, a New York Times journalist who has written for many papers and magazines, found himself on the receiving end of a libel claim that was brought against him for his work about the British Royal Family’s alleged use of the death of Princess Diana to entice a wealthy associate to help them win political office. One of Waugh’s stories was picked up by Mr Cheney, who described it in a New York Times article as «deliciously factual.» This is probably one of the reasons Mr Cheney has chosen to publish this «sensation» to mark what he considers to be a momentous occasion of America’s history: World War II.
William F. Buckley, who died in 2005 at the age of 92, wrote of the events in his book, Rise of the Vulcans (1942), published in October 1942.
It begins with an account of a telephone conversation between Vice-President Richard Nixon and Senator Joseph McCarthy, the US anti-communist, over Mr Nixon’s alleged involvement in the Kennedy assassination. It ends with Mr Nixon and Mr McCarthy discussing the alleged involvement of the Soviet government in the plot to kill Mr Kennedy. On the one hand, the alleged Soviet involvement seems to undermine Mr Nixon’s reputation as a loyal American servant to the national interests. Mr McCarthy, however, is intent on bringing to light some오바마카지노thing about the events which could affect his chances of being re-elected to the Senate. One of his allegations is that it was M여주출장마사지 여주출장샵r Kennedy’s political allies in the press, including the New York Times, who concocted the conspiracy. Mr McCarthy then cites evidence provided by Mr Buckley about the role of the medi카지노 게임a in making the «bombshell» allegations of the «Kennedy cover-up».
«The Times is not alone,» writes Mr Buckley. «They are in league with Communists for the purpose of making certain that all press accounts [sic] of Kennedy are destroyed.» This claim in fact is quite common, and Mr McCarthy has been quite successful in pursuing it. The first time the allegation made headlines in the US was in the late 1980s, when Senator Joseph McCarthy was using this as a justification to bring the Times and Newsweek out of covering Mr Kennedy’s assassination.
He has then taken aim at the other major publicatio