Steve Freeman, Greg Palast et al. on Saturday!

From Steve Freeman:
I will be in New York this Saturday, July 22, 2006 at the Harlem Book
Fair speaking on a panel on “A Matter of Trust:
Integrity and the US Electoral System”

Time: 12:45 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

The event takes place at the Schomburg Center (Langston Hughes
Auditorium) 515 Malcolm X Blvd. @ W.135th Street

Other panelists are:

my co-author. Joel Bleifuss (Was the 2004 Presidential Election Stolen?: Exit Polls, and the Official Count),
John McWhorter (Winning the Race: Beyond the Crisis in Black America),
Paul Robeson, Jr. (A Black Way of Seeing),
Greg Palast (Armed Madhouse),
Peniel E. Joseph (Waiting Until the Midnight Hour)

It will be covered live by CSPAN.

0 replies on “Steve Freeman, Greg Palast et al. on Saturday!”

The highlight was Palast’s nearly livid response to McWhorter’s suggestion that voters “punish” the dems [DINOs] by voting for repubs. Teriffic strategy, that. Greg has the right idea: organize yourselves and forget the spinless “oppositional” party.

…provided one can abide the mental gymnastics required to rationalize the premise that such uniform and consistent “cowardice” is just that and not dutiful collusion.

…”an ostensible diversity that conceals an actual uniformity”

I wish Mark or somebody would tape this and put it online as a public service. I guess I could. And I’ve always thought that blacks, at least in the inner cities, should take over the Green Party. That would give African Americans a third option when it comes to the vote.

Philip Shropshire

PS: By the way Mark I want to thank Mark for not adding me to his blogroll. Keep in mind, your friend Markos, thinks your book is silly and shouldn’t be mentioned on the left side of his site. I, on the other hand, think that you walk on water and that you’re writing about the most important story of our times. Also, Markos probably doesn’t need or want your link. Afterall, he thinks that the theft of national elections is a minor thing. Trivial even. Whereas I, and my tiny struggling site, would benefit from a link by the Great Man Mark Crispin Miller. So thanks..

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