Mondayâ€™s Supreme Court decision blessing Ohioâ€™s removal of half a million voters was ultimately decided on the issue of a postcard.
By Greg Palast.
Updated from the original article published on TheMudflats.net
Note from TheMudflats.net: In 2011 Karl Rove wrote a column calledÂ â€œWhy Obama Is Likely to Lose in 2012â€ – Rove was betting on North Carolina to be a swing state for the Republicans… Romney took the state but to Rove’s surprise he failed at stealing Ohio for the third time. Just Google “Karl Rove Meltdown,”Â and you’ll see a video fromÂ Fox News election night, he did not take it well.
After the knock-down of the Voting Rights Act by the US Supreme Court earlier this year North Carolina jumped at the chance to …more
Will the Supreme Court pull the teeth out of the law?
by Greg Palast for TheMudflats.net
Now, if you saw the film Lincoln, you probably thought that issue was settled about 143 years ago. But Honest Abe never imagined a High Court occupied by Dishonest Thomas and Scalia the Scurrilous.
Thereâ€™s been a lot of nonsense talk fogging the issue before the Court. To cut through the BS, the Palast Investigative Fund has made a little film, How Do You Steal a Dream?
You could call it ‘The Idiotâ€™s Guide to the Voting Rights Act.’ The idiots, of course, are …more