Validating reports of poor childhood memory
John Pilger describes reporting Margaret Thatcher's many wars, at home and abroad, from the side of her enemies - such as miners and Vietnamese children.
He argues that her acolytes ensure she 'didn't really die at all'.
If you want to meet the best Australians, meet Indigenous men and women who understand this extraordinary country and have fought for the rights of the world's oldest culture.
A virulent if familiar censorship is about to descend on the US election campaign.
As the cartoon brute, Donald Trump, seems almost certain to win the Republican Party's nomination, Hillary Clinton is being ordained both as the "women's candidate" and the champion of American liberalism in its heroic struggle with the Evil One.
John Pilger pays tribute to Britain's greatest political cartoonist: Steve Bell of the Guardian.
From his Thatcher-eyed caricature of Tony Blair to other celebrities of the British establishment as they are immersed in or water-ski on a sea of bullshit, Steve Bell's satire is rare - and needed.