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Palast Suing Kemp over Voter Purge Information

Winston Skinner, News Editor, The Newnan Times-Herald 

Greg Palast, the journalist ejected from a Brian Kemp campaign event in Newnan on Tuesday, is filing suit against Kemp. Palast was in Newnan for a BET project being produced by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson when ...more

Are You Still on the Voter Rolls?

Mark Hedin, Ethnic Media Services 

U.S. citizens across the country soon will vote on all 435 seats in the House of Representatives, for 35 U.S. senators and three dozen governorships. The House of Representatives and possibly the Senate are up for grabs. ...more

I’m in Wichita to Sue Trump’s Purge’n General

Greg Palast 

To stop Kobach from stealing Stacey Abrams’ votes in Georgia race ”” Plus 26 other elections! On the basis of Kobach’s phony accused "fraudulent voter" list, 27 states, almost all GOP-controlled, have already removed 1,067,046 voters - not counting ...more

You know I rarely ask you…

Greg Palast 

….for donations to our foundation, so you can take my word for it when I say, we need it.

The Theft of the 2016 race is under way ”“”“ and the vote rustlers expect to grab Congress in 2014 as an appetizer.  Plus, the billionaire boys club is sucking our financial blood as if the world economy is their vampire blood bank.

Donate at least $80 right now, and I’ll send you, as thanks, the Vultures Combo: our new film on DVD, Vultures and Vote Rustlers AND a hardbound copy of Vultures Picnic, and I’ll sign both.  Check out the trailer.   And it’s tax-deductible. …more

My Father’s Victory in the Pacific

Greg Palast 

 

In 1995, in Chicago, veterans of Silver Post No. 282 celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their victory over Japan, marching around a catering hall wearing their old service caps, pins, ribbons and medals. My father sat at his table, silent. He did not wear his medals.

He had given them to me thirty years earlier. I can figure it exactly: March 8, 1965. That day, like every other, we walked to the newsstand near the dime store to get the LA Times. He was a Times man. Never read the Examiner.

He looked at the headline: U.S. Marines had landed on the beach at Danang, Vietnam. …more

Naughty Nuns, Bad Bankers
and Ballot Bandits

Greg Palast 

for Truthout

On May 6, 2008, twelve fraudulent voters, dressed as nuns, attempted to cast ballots in the Presidential Primary in Indiana.

Luckily, ten of them were caught, stopped cold by Indiana’s new voter photo ID law.  The law had been found to be constitutional by Federal Judge Richard Posner of the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.

It turns out the nuns that Posner’s ruling turned away were, in fact ”¦nuns.  All the sisters had photo drivers licenses, but they had expired (the licenses, not the nuns).  The Sisters of the Holy Cross, had, mercifully, given up driving (they were pushing 90 years of age.)

It was a cute story that ran nationwide.  What wasn’t so cute, and ran nowhere in the US press, was that 72,000 Black voterswere blocked at the polls by this Posner-blessed photo ID law.

It was Posner’s decision that first allowed …more

Euro Krieg!
Greece Surrenders to Germany 2013
Greg Palast Interviewed by Greek Radio

Greg Palast 

By Michael Nevradakis for Truthout

In his career as an investigative journalist, economist, and bestselling author –Vultures’ Picnic, Billionaires and Ballot Bandits, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy – Greg Palast has not been afraid to tackle some of the most powerful names in politics and finance.

From uncovering Katherine Harris’ purge of African-American voters from Florida’s voter rolls in the year 2000 to revealing the truth behind the “assistance” provided by the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank to ailing economies, Palast has not held back in revealing the corruption and criminal actions of the wealthy and powerful.

In a recent interview on Dialogos Radio, Palast turned his attention to Greece and to the austerity policies that have been imposed on the country by …more