The Last Iconoclast
“The vote in the Enchanted State seems a little too enchanted for my tastes. Basically, the election was not won by the voters in your state, but by the people who got to throw out ballots in the last presidential election.”
An interview with Greg Palast on shoplifting the Presidential election in New Mexico and those stenographers called American reporters
By Tim McGivern
Greg Palast grew up in a Los Angeles house sandwiched between a landfill and power plant. Maybe there was something in the air that made him crazy — in a good way.