Author Archives: Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman

An election protection agenda for 2016

A mass grassroots election protection movement has been born. It’s finally forced the issues of mass disenfranchisement and hackable electronic voting machines into the mainstream. Continue reading

Why Romney has already won this electronic election, unless . . .

Electronically, this election is over. Mitt Romney has won. Continue reading

Will Ohio’s H.I.G.-owned e-voting machines give Romney the White House?

Electronic voting machines owned by Mitt Romney’s business buddies and set to count the votes in Cincinnati could decide the 2012 election. Continue reading

Will 9 GOP governors put Romney in the White House?

Nine Republican governors have the power to put Mitt Romney in the White House, even if Barack Obama wins the popular vote. Continue reading

Will the GOP steal America’s 2012 election?

The Republican Party could steal the 2012 US presidential election with relative ease. Continue reading

The Ohio GOP has already moved 3 ways to steal America’s 2012 election

The Ohio Republican Party has moved on three key fronts to steal America’s 2012 election in the Buckeye State. Ohio will once again emerge as the bloodiest in the swing state slugfest. Continue reading

2012’s civil liberties apocalypse has already happened

In case you missed it, President Barack Obama has signed a death knell for the Bill of Rights. It’s a hell of a way to begin a year many believe will mark the end of the world. Continue reading

Has America’s stolen election process finally hit prime time?

It took two stolen US presidential elections and the prospect of another one coming up in 2012. Continue reading

Can we transform labor’s Buckeye victory into a new era of election protection?

The crushing defeat Ohio’s working people dealt 1% politicians this month has critical implications for a whole other issue—election protection. Continue reading

The Ohio Republican Party is poised to steal the 2012 vote in Ohio

The Ohio Republican Party is poised to steal the 2012 vote in Ohio. Unlike 2004, this time it will be legal. Governor John Kasich signed the bill, HB 194, July 1. Continue reading

Ohio GOP sends a stealth death notice to public college teachers’ unions

An obscure clause that was slipped into Ohio’s infamous anti-union Senate Bill 5 may spell the end of collective bargaining for the state’s public college teachers. Continue reading

Corporate union busters draw first blood in Ohio

The national corporate campaign to destroy America’s public sector unions has drawn first blood in Ohio. Continue reading

Fighting the 5 fascisms in Wisconsin and Ohio

The escalating confrontations in Wisconsin and Ohio are ultimately about preventing the United States from becoming a full-on fascist state. Continue reading