If we want to ensure our ballots count in November, we’re going to have to learn how to take care of our own vote. Hartmann and Palast discuss the problems with mail-in ballots, the pitfalls of voting in the midst of a pandemic — and how you can… READ MORE
Trump & Co are stealing the election right now, but we can steal it back. We can beat the ballot bandits. Watch this video of my conversation with constitutional expert and broadcaster Thom Hartmann — then pre-order my new book, How Trump Stole 2020, to find out how!
Monday’s Supreme Court decision blessing Ohio’s removal of half a million voters was ultimately decided on the issue of a postcard
The Supreme Court’s blessing of Ohio’s move to remove a half million voters from the rolls because they missed two elections should scare you. But dig this: At least 100,000 of those voters, mostly in
What Kris Kobach wants is the entire voter files for all 50 states. Of the 44 “resistor” states, I’ve counted 21 that have already given their lists to
Catch Palast’s reports for Joy Reid, Thom Hartmann and Amy Goodman. Karen Handel took a break from beating up Democrat John Ossoff to attack a reporter: me. In the televised debate between
An excerpt from Air America Radio's Thom Hartmann's new book, “Screwed: The Undeclared War Against the Middle Class — And What We Can Do About It
Labor goes back a long way in U.S. history. In 1874 unemployed workers were demonstrating in New York City's Tompkins Square Park. Riot police moved in and began beating men, women, and children with billy clubs, leaving hundreds of casualties in their wake. The police commissioner said: “It was the most glorious sight I ever saw.”
Three years later, on June 18, 1877, ten coal-mining activists were hanged. That same year a general strike in Chicago — called the Battle of the Viaduct — halted the movement of U.S. railroads across the states. Federal troops were called up, and they killed thirty workers and wounded more than a hundred.