Trevin Pinto

George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton

That Time When a Foreign Power Was Recruited to Keep a Clinton Out of the White House

Reading Time: 2 minutes History repeats itself, again and again. The idea of a US presidential candidate colluding with a foreign government to gain an edge on a political opponent is nothing new.Just ask former President George H.W. Bush, who was embarrassed toward the end of the 1992 presidential election by White House attempts to do just that.The story, Read More

Rigging the Election Legally, the GOP Way

Reading Time: 4 minutes The WhoWhatWhy review of a documentary on the sordid history of black voter suppression, told through the eyes of a man who marched with Martin Luther King, saw hope in the 1965 Voting Rights Act, and returned to Alabama to find that not much has changed.

Green Party Presidential Candidate Jill Stein

That One Time an Online Petition Worked

Reading Time: 2 minutes If you are like a lot of activist-minded people, you probably get a lot of emails asking you to sign petitions. The more you sign the more you get, and before you know it you can’t even keep up. Eventually a fatigue sets in where saving the wolves, or the latest environmental protection effort in Read More