Meet election integrity expert John Washburn!

Tuesday, January 31st, 11 a.m. to noon Central (9-10 Pacific) on (archived here a few hours after broadcast).

Guest: John Washburn, Wisconsin-based software engineer and election integrity activist. (Check out his blog and website.)

Is it just a coincidence that Wisconsin is about to "upgrade" to "new, improved" voting machines just in time for the nationally-important Scott Walker recall election? Why are those machines - and just about all voting machines - "black box" systems with proprietary software, so that only the people who program the machines know how they work (and how to hack them)?

The 1% needs Walker to win so it can keep pushing the 99% into poverty. You can bet they'll be pulling out all the stops. If the recall-Walker people allow the election to proceed on black-box machines, the result (like the results of so many stolen elections, including the Bush coups of 2000 and 2004) is easily predictable.

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