Tuesday, October 26, 2004

  • Making Votes Count: Is a Theft of the 2004 Election Already Underway?

    Vote2004

    We speak with New York Times editorial writer Adam Cohen about voter suppression and fraud in the 2004 election. From U.S. soldiers being told to use non-secret ballots to the Pentagon counting the votes of the military and U.S. citizens living abroad. From partisan secretaries of state overseeing the election to Homeland Security preventing new U.S. citizens from registering and much more. [includes rush transcript]

  • Nader vs. Anybody But Bush: A Debate on Ralph Nader’s Candidacy

    Nader2004

    We host a debate on Ralph Nader’s candidacy with nationally-syndicated columnist and former Nader supporter, Norman Solomon and Ralph Nader’s press secretary Kevin Zeese. [includes rush transcript]

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