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– a wild and woolly ride, peppered with moments of wry sardonic humor that would make Dashiell Hammett smile. There’s so much more I’d love to tell you about what Palast dug up. But then I’d have to kill you. So you’ll just have to see “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy” for yourself.”
– Paul Rosenberg – Salon | READ THE FULL REVIEW
The film’s out and playing to packed houses – and now the sequel, after a decade’s wait, to the book that rode the top of the Times list for nearly a year and Howard Zinn called, “The most important political tome of the century.”
Get the book (signed) that busts the theft of the 2016 election BEFORE IT HAPPENS.  Trump says the election’s rigged.  He should know:  his buddies are rigging it.
And I rip back the curtain that’s hiding the money behind the Donald.  Trump only PLAYS a billionaire on TV – I name and get in the faces of the big bucks behind the big blond. And – cover the children’s ears – the billionaire bandits behind Hillary, too.
And the new Best Democracy comes complete with a 44-page comic book by gonzo cartoonist-journalist Ted Rall.  (Rall joins us from the LA Times from which he was fired for committing journalism.)
Or get the all-new “Best Democracy” sequel right now from the usual suspects (Amazon, B&N, Indiebound).
Here’s a better idea:  Get the new book AND the new film on DVD-not yet available in stores-for a tax deductible donation of $85.  Donate NOW – and if you do it by Monday, I’ll sign’m and send’m within 48-hours.
About that film-based on my reports for Rolling Stone, BBC and Democracy Now!   As in the book, I hunt down the glove-puppet politicians who are mucking with the voter rolls, the NEW Klux Klan-and expose the billionaires whose fingers are in the gloves.
But in the film I’ve got a little help.  When I’m stumped on the investigation, Detectives Tutola and Munch (Ice T and Richard Belzer) jump out of the

television to help me on the hunt.  Along the way, the book comes to life – in cartoons by Keith Tucker (“Who Framed Roger Rabbit”)-and always back to the hard core story of an investigation in real time that takes you to the Arctic Circle, a Hampton’s billionaire bash (via a camera in my hat – really!) and to the heart of the crime scene:  Ohio.  (Yes, that’s Graham Nash singing.)
Yes, you can get a signed copy of the DVD alone for a $50 minimum donation, or the book for $50.  But I really think it’s important to have both-so we’re cutting the donation to $85 for the pair.
And course, you can always support our work for any amount no matter how small or large.
And if you need your popcorn fix while watching, catch us in theaters in Los Angeles (right now), San Francisco (opening this Friday), DC, Seattle, Albuquerque, Portland, New York, Denver, Chicago, Atlanta, Teaneck(!), and more cities.
“This movie is the weapon of our revolution.”  – Adjamu Baraka.
“The Best Democracy Money Can Buy.  Watch it – and I’ll kiss you.”  – Rosario Dawson

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Greg Palast (Rolling Stone, Guardian, BBC) is the author of The New York Times bestsellers, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy and Billionaires & Ballot Bandits, which has been made into a feature non-fiction movie.

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Greg Palast (Rolling Stone, Guardian, BBC) is the author of The New York Times bestsellers, Armed Madhouse, Billionaires & Ballot Bandits and the book and documentary, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy.
His latest film is Vigilante: Georgia's Vote Suppression Hitman

Palast is currently working on a new documentary Long Knife, exposing the Koch Brothers' theft of Osage oil, to be released in 2024.

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