Monday, March 11, 2013

The G-Man's Latest Offering


"The G-Man Interviews" Series 

Gaining the Attention of Many 

Greetings,

I'm submitting this brief announcement as a result of the many, many emails I receive from people that continue to log on and read or view my four-year catalog of work. I'm truly honored by the comments and heartfelt requests to relaunch this news and information site. 

As stated during the final months of operation, the site could no longer function without significant advertising or public donations to help maintain its base of operations and produce even more quality news stories and features. I literally placed myself in debt to hold on to my creation and provide the public with hardcore, uncensored, and unfiltered news and information while battling proponents of "yellow journalism". I exhausted whatever savings I had over the four-year period just to manage the site on a full-time basis, but in the end it proved to be more than I could handle, financially speaking. 

I still have hope that one day a person of substantial means or wealth will come across this site, see its potential and power, and contact me with an offer to help reactivate it and make it better than ever. Undoubtedly, I'll jump at the chance. 

Until then, I invite all of my devoted "G-Fans", and those discovering this site for the first time, to visit the following link to see my latest offering: "The G-Man Interviews"

http://www.youtube.com/user/garythegmantoms

The show features exclusive interviews with some of the country's leading activists, celebrities, foreign policy experts and political figures. It premiered in December of 2012, shortly before I shut down "From The G-Man", but it is quickly gaining the attention of media industry professionals, public officials and the general public. I hope you'll join me. 

Here's are two recent episodes. Enjoy.





Monday, December 31, 2012

'Good Night, And Good Luck'



A Special Farewell Video Message to Mainstream Media and the Public

Okay, folks. I'm going to be very brief. I thank those of you that took the time to log on and read or watch many of the breaking and original news stories, special features, and exclusive interviews that were posted. I also thank those that contributed to this site during its four year run. Whether you gave a monetary donation or moral support, I will always be grateful. You're a crucial reason why the site was able to last for as long as it did. 

I would like the video that has been posted to serve as a reminder -- to the American media and the public -- of what good, true journalism is really all about. It's from the critically acclaimed film "Good Night, and Good Luck", and the speech given by the lead character, Edward R. Murrow, whom I consider one of my journalism mentors, is just as relevant today as it was in the late 1950's. 

Let us not forget the true nature of journalism and the mission of a journalist, which, in its most unvarnished form, is to fearlessly shine the spotlight of truth upon corruption, deceit...and injustice. This is the essence of journalism. 

Again, I thank my supporters and wish all of you a very Happy New Year. 

This is "The G-Man".....signing off. 

Al Jazeera Reviews 2012


Now from the conflict in Syria to the new politics of Egypt, from protests in Greece to the Olympics in London. As the year draws to a close, we're looking back at 2012 and some of the events that changed our world.

Rewriting the Story of America



Moyers & Company

Air Date: December 28, 2012
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Junot Díaz straddles two cultures while telling the story of America’s past and future.

Fiscal Cliff Negotiations


Air date: December 30, 2012

Stan Collender and Joshua Gordon talked about developments in negotiations between the White House and Congress over the impending “fiscal cliff” tax increases and budget cuts in January 2013 if Congress failed to reach a budget agreement. Topics included the odds of a deal and what could happen if no deal by the debt limit deadline, congressional dynamics, the possible Senate filibuster, Wall Street and market reaction, and effects on economic sectors.

Today in History: December 31st

To Infinity and Beyond in 2013


If 2012 was anything to go by - 2013 promises to be an exciting year for scientists and those interested in what lies beyond planet Earth. From the launch of a powerful space camera, to India's mission to Mars. Al Jazeera'sTarek Bazley takes a look at Space innovations to look forward to next year.

Final Push to Avoid U.S. 'Fiscal Cliff'


With less than 24 hours to meet a deadline politicians in the United States have yet to agree on how to avoid to the so-called fiscal cliff.   The package of extensive spending cuts and tax rises could force the world's largest economy back into recession. Al Jazeera's John Terrett reports from Washington D.C.

Outlook for Germany's Merkel in 2013


Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel is the woman at the center of the European financial storm. She has managed to steer both her country and the European Union toward relative calm. But that may change in the year ahead. Al Jazeera's Nick Spicer reports from Berlin.

Iraq's Sunnis Protest Shia-Led Regime


There has been more violence in Iraq - where Sunni Muslims are continuing to demonstrate against the Shia-led government. Thousands of Sunnis have taken to the streets over the past week in protest against Shia Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, whom they say is discriminating against them. Al Jazeera's Omar al-Saleh reports from Ramadi.

South Africa Charity Helps Relieve HIV/AIDS Stigma


South Africa has the highest number of people living with HIV/AIDS. Getting tested for HIV at home is still new in South Africa. According to the UN 5.6 million people are living with HIV, more than two million children up to the age of 17 were orphaned because of AIDS in 2011. South Africa has also increased its spending to $1.6 billion to tackle the disease, the highest by any low and middle income country. One charity is helping those fearful of the stigma attached to HIV Aids. Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Witbank, South Africa.

CAR President Ready to Form Govenment with Rebels


The president of the Central African Republic (CAR) says he is ready to form a coalition government with rebels. But the rebels say they will advance on the capital if the president does not leave the country.

Friday, December 28, 2012

President Obama Makes a Statement on Averting Tax Hikes for Middle Class Families



The President tells the press that leaders in Congress may be able to reach an agreement that can pass both houses in time.

"Best of the West (Wing Week)"



Welcome to the "Best of the West (Wing Week)!" That's right, folks, West Wing Week took some time over the holidays to reflect on a busy year in video, and to bring you some highlights from the archive. But first, a quick wrap up of the President's week.

Bruce Bartlett and Yves Smith on Overhyping the Fiscal Cliff



Moyers & Company

Air Date: December 14, 2012
Bruce Bartlett and Yves Smith join Bill Moyers in a discussion about why Washington insiders are talking about the deficit crisis instead of the jobs crisis.

Fiscal Cliff Deadline


Air date: December 28, 2012

Damian Paletta of the Wall Street Journal talked about developments in “fiscal cliff” negotiations. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.