Greg Palast

ACLU, citing Palast investigations, stops Crosscheck in Indiana

Our 2016 report for Rolling Stone exposing Kris Kobach’s Interstate Crosscheck purge program was cited several times in a lawsuit filed by the ACLU for Common Cause as the evidence that Kobach’s system of removing tens of thousands of voters in Indiana was both wildly inaccurate and racially biased in the extreme. This past week, Federal District Judge… READ MORE

Crosscheck List

James Brown Voted 568 Times

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  • from his new book How Trump Stole 2020

You have people registered in two states. They’re registered in New York and in New Jersey. They vote twice. There are millions of votes in my opinion. – Donald Trump

Don’t laugh. Trump’s claim that millions of Americans are voting twice, a felony crime, is the principal reason… READ MORE

LaTosha Brown, Black Voters Matter

LaTosha Brown: They’re constantly skimming votes
Palast in conversation with the co-founder of Black Voters Matter

“We’re seeing the same old problems that our community has seen in the past, which we know are all forms of voter suppression,” laments Black Voters Matter co-founder LaTosha Brown. “We’ve got to hold people accountable… And there’s some people that have got to, not only be held accountable in the sense of being put out of office, but there are some people that should face some charges… READ MORE

Palast & Badpenny
An Announcement

High in the thin, cold air where the ridge of the Alps marks the border with Italy, by local tradition, weddings are announced by leaving a small purse of

Greg Palast acepta el Premio Internacional de Periodismo por Investigaciones Especializas

Club de Periodistas de México Ciudad de México, junio 2019 Sra. [Celete] Sáenz de Miera, Mis estimados hermanos periodistas, Si los estadounidenses parecen ignorantes y locos como los Chihuahuas, que tontamente eligen a personas como George Bush y Donald Trump, perdónenlos, porque mis compatriotas no… 

The Son My Father Sent To Birmingham

My dad called me over and said, “I want you to listen to this.” It was 1965 and Martin Luther King was speaking about the three kinds of love as defined by the Greek philosophers