Greg Palast was an investigator of corporate fraud and racketeering who turned his skills to journalism and has brought to light the stealing of both the 2000 and 2004 election, as well as a multitude of corruption in the United States Government including:
- Jeb Bush and Katherine Harris' purge of voters in Florida
- GOP involvement in 'voter caging' and voter spoilage
- ChoicePoint corporation fraud
- Bush's national guard history
- Ignite! and the relation to Marvin Bush
- No Child left behind and the decay of our Department of Education
- the secret State Department documents planning the seizure of Iraq’s oil fields and Belgium’s beer industry and, and, and, and,
- Harriet Miers' secret past
- Hurricane Katrina information damaging to the Bush administration
- Karl Rove and the firing of the US attorneys.
- and ALOT more damning information.
- Mr. Palast is the author of the New York Times bestseller, 'The Best Democracy Money Can Buy', and his newest book 'Armed Madhouse'. He has also won the George Orwell Courage in Journalism Award for his BBC documentary, Bush Family Fortunes among the many other awards he has received for his work.
Greg Palast's 'Armed Madhouse' was the book that the University of Florida student Andrew "Don't tase me bro" Meyer was talking to John Kerry about in the ill ended "forum".
- Mr Palast has worked for a number of publications including The Observer, Harpers, the BBC as well as Guardian. Mr Palast has been highly censored in the United States.
- In the 1970s he earned his degree in finance studying under Milton Friedman and was one of the 'Chicago Boys'. He has also written academic material on economics.
- Palast has even crossed paths with 'Economic Hitman' John Perkins while he was working as a fraud investigator.
- Palast in his 'Humphry Bogart' style reporting is corporate government’s worst nightmare and fraudulent big businesses' biggest threat. He is an amazing patriot, outstanding journalist, and a MUST READ.
- Writing a new book on the pickpocketing habits of amazing Kenyan-Americans. Proposes the death penalty for pickpockets.