voting rights act

New Afterword to Palast’s Armed Madhouse Reviewed by Marta Steele

If I could read every email I receive from activist organizations, I would feel more qualified to write what I write. When I read Greg Palast, it is clear to me that he has done his homework””granted, that’s how he makes his living; to revive my tired metaphor, he turns over rocks and shows us the slimy

Bush's New US Attorney a Criminal?

Palast exposed 2004 voter attack scheme by appointee Griffin, a Rove aide on BBC Newsnight in 2004. Black soldiers and the homeless targeted.
There’s only one thing worse than sacking an honest prosecutor. That’s replacing an honest prosecutor with

Voting Rights Act Nailed To Burning Cross

Behind the “Delay” in Renewing Law is Scheme for Theft of ’08
White Sheets Changed for Spreadsheets

The Guardian (Guardian Title of Article: Democracy in Chains)
m 7593 1 2[New York] Don’t kid yourself. The Republican Party’s decision yesterday to “delay” the renewal of the Voting Rights Act has not a darn thing to do with objections of the Republican’s White Sheets Caucus.
Complaints by a couple of Good Ol’ Boys to legislation has never stopped the GOP leadership from rolling over dissenters.