"We should all be in debt to Lisa Finnegan who skillfully shows how and why our media is falling down on the job."
Danny Schechter News Dissector Editor, Mediachannel.org
"Finnegan's thought-provoking book of cases questions if the press lives up to its mission to provide the U.S. public with factual, objective, and unbiased reporting.
She calls for reporting that would better educate the public of the true state of affairs -- both domestically and internationally--without being skewed and manipulated by politicians to further their agenda. The issues she raises are ones Americans need to think about urgently."
Dr. John M. Hamilton Dean, Manship School of Mass Communication at Louisiana State University
"Lisa Finnegan has assembled, in chapter after sobering chapter, the sorry record of how big chunks of the U.S. media establishment abandoned skepticism and acted as virtual wartime propagandists for the White House and the Pentagon after 9/11. No Questions Asked makes the case that if Americans are in the dark about how we got into this mess, it was our newspapers and our television networks who turned out the lights."
Robert Dreyfuss, Author, Devil's Game: How the United States Helped Unleash Fundamentalist Islam
"A powerful book for anyone seeking to better understand the dynamics behind journalism in this stressful time."
Dr. Harold Takooshian, PhD President, Society for General Psychology American Psychological Association