|Election Theft Emergency
For GOP voters, the 2004 presidential election was little short of miraculous: Behind
in the Electoral College even on the afternoon of the vote, the Bush-Cheney ticket
staged a stunning comeback. Usually reliable exit polls turned out to be wrong by
an unprecedented 5 percent in swing states. Conservatives argued, and the media
agreed, that "moral values" had made the difference.
In his latest book, Fooled Again: How The Right Stole The 2004 Election, And Why
They'll Steal The Next One Too (Unless We Stop Them), Mark Crispin Miller argues
that it wasn't moral values which swung the election -- it was theft.
|GOP Guts Ohio Election Protection
Ohio's GOP-controlled legislature has passed a repressive new law that will
gut free elections here and is already surfacing elsewhere around the US.
The bill will continue the process of installing the GOP as America's
permanent ruling party.
|The Theft of Your Vote Is Just a Chip Away
By Thom Hartmann, AlterNet
Are computerized voting machines a wide-open back door to massive voting fraud?
The discussion has moved from the Internet to CNN, to UK newspapers, and the
pages of The New York Times. People are cautiously beginning to connect the dots,
and the picture that seems to be emerging is troubling.
|No Paper Trail Left Behind: the Theft of the 2004 Presidential Election
By Dennis Loo, Ph.D.
"Alice laughed: "There's no use trying," she said; "one can't believe impossible
things." "I daresay you haven't had much practice," said the Queen. "When I was
younger, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as
many as six impossible things before breakfast." (Through the Looking Glass)
In order to believe that George Bush won the November 2, 2004 presidential
election, you must also believe all of the following  extremely improbable or
outright impossible things.