Greg Palast won Britain’s highest journalism honors for his undercover investigation of influence peddling by Enron and other U.S. corporations within Tony Blair’s cabinet. He then turned to the Bush Administration and exposed its refusal to investigate Saudi financing of terror. Palast’s reports have been front-page news in Europe, yet absent from America’s mainstream media. He reports for BBC Television’s Newsnight and the Guardian newspaper. He is the author of The Best Democracy Money Can Buy and Armed Madhouse.