For the past week or so, I've been warning readers that the supposedly "liberal" state of New York has some of the most repressive voting laws in the country.
Amid further reports of numerous problems with today's primary election -- including reports of some 126,000 voters purged from the rolls --
It's getting harder and harder to trust opaque and unaccountable algorithms. Anyone who thinks we should have electronic voting machines -- or worse, Internet voting -- needs to pay attention.
Fraud as a way of life caters an extravagant banquet of consequences.This can't be said politely: the entire status quo in America is a fraud.The financial system is a fraud. The political system is a fraud.
Tiffany Ferguson (college student) on her YouTube Channel 'Socially Unacceptable' - Walter Block (Senior Fellow of the Mises Institute) on Trump - Drew Phillips (Bitcoin Not Bombs; Super Hero Printing) Open Bazaar Market Places
In this video Luke Rudkowski gives you a technical breakdown of how our political electoral system actually works. While Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, two party outsiders are being screwed over by the delegate system, this gives us an good opportu
Andrés Sepúlveda rigged elections throughout Latin America for almost a decade. He tells his story for the first time. It was just before midnight when Enrique Peña Nieto (PRI) declared victory as the newly elected president of Mexico.
investigator John Brakey and Jim March of Blackbox Voting learned first-hand of attempts by the Pima Elections Division to hide, alter and suppress elections evidence.
Harvey Wasserman is a life-long activist who speaks, writes and organizes widely on energy, the environment, history, drug war, election protection and grassroots politics.
During the GOP Nevada Caucus, reports surfaced of ballot shortages, double voting, loose ballots and polling workers wearing pro-Trump clothing and pins.
Hundreds of thousands of Brits could risk missing the upcoming EU referendum after voters' details were wiped off the register amid an electoral roll reshuffle which is aimed at clamping down on fraud.
"Something smells in the Democratic Party," blasted The Des Moines Register in a scathing February 5 editorial, after the unverifiable Iowa caucuses on February 1 ended in an inconclusive photo finish between Democratic presidential candidates Hillar
Microsoft Corp. will be providing the technology to count the votes of Iowa caucus-goers, according to a new report. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT)'s campaign is raising concerns about the corporation's potential conflict of interest in tallying the
You know, Mark Twain once said that if voting made any difference, they wouldn't let us do it...It's probably even more true today than when he first said it.
Kansas Statistician Explains Her Remarkable Allegations, Evidence: 'BradCast' 8/31/2015
AVS WinVote machines used in three presidential elections in state 'would get an F-minus' in security, said computer scientist who pushed for decertification