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  • Author:
    Christopher Ruddy
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    0965234207
  • ISBN13:
    978-0965234207
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    United Pub; First edition. edition (January 1, 1996)
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Christopher Ruddy (born January 28, 1965) is the CEO of Newsmax Media, which publishes Newsmax. com and broadcasts the Newsmax TV network.

Christopher Ruddy (born January 28, 1965) is the CEO of Newsmax Media, which publishes Newsmax. Media-industry magazine Folio named Ruddy to its "Folio 40," an "annual list of magazine industry influencers". Multichannel News named Ruddy one of its 10 TV News Titans. Ruddy grew up on Long Island, New York, where his father was a police lieutenant in Nassau County.

Christopher Ruddy pulls back the veil of secrecy that pervades the Clintons' pernicious rise to power

Christopher Ruddy pulls back the veil of secrecy that pervades the Clintons' pernicious rise to power. I am convinced that Hillary orchestrated the "hit" on Vincent Foster, but was clever enough (threats, payoffs, and intimidation) in covering her tracks to avoid a thorough investigation and probable indictment. I would like to see the Foster issue resurrected during her Presidential campaign in 2016.

Christopher Ruddy is a noted journalist, author and entrepreneur who . Vincent Foster: The Ruddy Investigation (United Publishing Company, 1996)

Christopher Ruddy is a noted journalist, author and entrepreneur who named one of America's top 20 most influential new media personalities in 1999 by Newsweek. Shortly after the book came out Kenneth Starr released his report from the third investigation into Foster’s death in which he concluded that Foster had committed suicide. Vincent Foster: The Ruddy Investigation (United Publishing Company, 1996). The Strange Death of Vincent Foster: An Investigation (Free Press, Simon & Schuster, 1997.

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Foster, Vincent . d. 1993, Clinton, Bill, 1946-, Homicide investigation, Governmental investigations, Political corruption, Suicide. New York : Free Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Christine Wagner on January 7, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

Christopher Ruddy (born January 28, 1955) is. .the Fiske investigation as inadequate. Ruddy later built on his work on the Foster case for his book The Strange Death of Vincent Foster.

Christopher Ruddy (born January 28, 1955) is the CEO of Newsmax Media, which publishes Newsmax.

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furious ox
This is a collection of articles written by Chris Ruddy about the Vince Foster suicide. As such, there is a lot of repeated information. However, it also describes the investigation as it unfolds. Interesting to read the process and turmoil that surrounded the mysterious death of Vince Foster.
Arlana
Christopher Ruddy, a venerable Clinton hater, following in the footsteps of "JFK conspiracy grunt,"-- those who search for their conspiracy theories in random details under the lamp post on the grassy knoll, rather than by looking further up the evidence chain towards the "big picture," has muddied the waters so well that if I were one of the conspirators, I would welcome all the new mindless flailing and ambiguity he has introduced?

From the start, Ruddy's scattershot approach, in which he simply throws every questionable detail he can find up against the wall with the hopes something will stick, but does so without putting forth any theories of his own about who may have done it, (if indeed Foster's death was a murder instead of a suicide), was destined to get us nowhere. For even if we granted him all of the discrepancies he thinks he has uncovered at Fort Marcy Park, without his own theory of the murder, these facts do not move the ball down the field even one yard. What then? We still do not know who if it was a murder, or if so, who did it, or why?

We know who was in the White House when his body was found. We know about the rumors that he and Hillary were more than just casual friends and law partners, and that they allegedly had (or were having an affair). We know that Foster going all the way back to the Rose Law firm in Little Rock, Arkansas, occupied a central position as the "bag man" within "team Clinton?"

And this is just for starters. What does the author have to say about these rumors and why does he not attempt to connect them to the facts on the ground found while digging around on his knees at Fort Marcy Park? Why did he not begin a series of interviews himself as Ambrose Evans-Pritchard did with people with guilty knowledge? Where is the Ruddy theory about the murder/suicide to be found? Not here. So what is the point of this book? Is it just to kick up more dust, while making money off of suckers like me?

Ruddy knows as well as anyone that untimely political deaths tend to have their own logic. Thus the details on the ground are all irrelevant unless they can be linked to a theory or to someone with first hand or guilty knowledge. As in the case of the many deaths in Arkansas investigated by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, in his book "The Secrets of Bill Clinton." In that instance, the thread of facts found on the ground were followed up with interviews of people involved with guilty knowledge and was bootstrapped to more potent information. It is the logic that must be followed until the facts begin to give up their secrets and fall in line, not the other way around as is done here.

Uncovering a pattern of certifiable facts suggesting a murder instead of a suicide, without tying them to those with the motives to have committed a crime, is worse than no investigation at all. Thus this collection of the author's own reprints from newspapers, strikes me as a money-making effort, and little more. By stirring up the pot and then leaving the details and theories to be worked out by someone else, Ruddy has proven himself to be a gadfly, but not a serious researcher or investigator. Where is the beef? Where are the theories of who did it and why? I doubt if the answers are to be found in the dirt at Fort Marcy park. One star