HELLO from VoteRescue Radio - Where Citizens Count, One Vote at a Time!
Tomorrow, April 13th, from 2-4pm CDT, we will be continuing with our "theme" of citizen lawsuits against voting machine companies with our first guest: We are happy to welcome Patricia Axelrod, election integrity activist from Reno, Nevada, who, based on the myriad of problems experienced in her state with the Sequoia voting machines, took on that company in a "pro se" lawsuit which is still ongoing. Patricia will share her story with us and the status of that suit, Axelrod v Sequoia et al. Patricia will also speak on the use of Diebold "DIMS" voter registration system as well as third party beneficiary rights to sue voting machine manufactures. You won't want to miss this fascinating interview!
Patricia Axelrod is a weapons system analyst, a military scientist for peace and a past recipient of John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Research and Writing Award for her analysis of the failure of the modern high tech electronic battlefield. Her weapons work has also received a "Project Censored" award. She has have taught investigative research at Johns Hopkins University and is the co-founder of the State of California Reserve Officers Association Committee on Persian Gulf War Illness. She now conducts The Desert Storm Think Tank and Veterans Advocate from my home in Reno, Nevada wherein she resides and votes and from where she also conducts the fledgling Elections Litigation Foundation (ELF).
In our second hour, we will go back to the subject of the Hart InterCivic company with Austin Public Access TV show host Bob Dacy (of "The Simple Truth"), who several years ago traced back the ownership of the Hart company to discover a very interesting (though somewhat predictable for many of us) extreme conflict of interest there.
Bob is a native Austinite; he is the operator/owner of The Hardware Store, Inc., a TrueValue hardware store. Bob is in his 9th year of hosting "The Simple Truth," a cable access television show that covers news and current events from a "strict constructionist" view. He is an occasional contributor to The New American magazine, a nationally distributed periodical. Bob is proud to call himself a "thorn in the side of the Trans-Texas-Corridor promoters", is a contributor to the alternative news website Infowars.com., and frequently guest hosts "The Alex Jones Show," the most popular alternative media radio show in the world.
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Vickie Karp is a Texas voting activist and author of Hacked! about electronic vote fraud in American elections.