Guys if you wanna find out if something's true or not generally all you have to do is type the sentence or some key words of the claim into Google & see if you can find documentation for it. I've found out tons of stuff this way. Any time someone makes a claim w/no source link just Google it. Here's what I found though:
is a very pro-neocon & thus evil website but it does report factual information from time to time such as Corsi's articles that expose the North American Union (the only good thing he's ever done). The actual document that supposedly proves Moore's investment in Halliburton is not listed but claimed to be within the book. This one comment I found from a guy on [url=Where's the fact in this claim? Point me to it. But DO NOT point me to another "buy my crap" link. It just smells like a scam to me (the book cover even looks like a tabloid cover).]a different site[/url] where the article was reposted makes a good point:
"All I've seen by Googling Michael Moore, stock , Halliburton, is the same thing:
1. It points to one set of qutoes by Schweizer, saying the same exact quotes, and ultimately points to:
2. A link for to buy Schweizer's book
I'm not going to buy a book just to see "proof"
Where's the fact in this claim? Point me to it. But DO NOT point me to another "buy my crap" link. It just smells like a scam to me (the book cover even looks like a tabloid cover).
Maybe the claim is true... If so, show us the money"
The book (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Do_as_I_Say_(Not_as_I_Do
):_Profiles_in_Liberal_Hypocrisy) also makes this claim: "Noam Chomsky has made a reputation for calling America a police state and branding the Pentagon "the most hideous institution on earth," yet his entire academic career, writes Schweizer, has been subsidized by the U.S. military."
"Notable issues that Schweizer addresses in the work are Noam Chomsky's acceptance of money from prominent institutions whose policies he opposes (such as the Pentagon), living in an expensive home, and his visitation of socialist states such as Cuba. Schweizer, in the rest of the work, makes similarly-toned accusations against individuals the book focuses on, particularly surrounding political issues such as environmentalism, labor, and taxation. After the book's publication Chomsky talked to Schweizer about his creation of a trust fund for his daughters and grandchildren. In Schweizer's follow up discussion with Chomsky, Schweizer reveals that even though Chomsky abhors corporations and refers to them as "fascist", Chomsky's own retirement fund is invested in large capitalization NYSE companies and the TIAA-CREF stock fund. Schwiezer points out: "A look at the stock fund portfolio quickly reveals that it invests in all sorts of businesses that Chomsky says he finds abhorrent: oil companies, military contractors, pharmaceuticals, you name it."
The problem with the mainline left/right people is they're all hypocrites & thus able to demoralize each other in the public eye & make legitimate issues seem invalid. & it's probably set up that way, all while the people continue to suffer.