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Supreme Court Unleashes the 1% and More Campaign Finance

Political Campaign Donations Are Now Considered Free Speech

by Clifford Michel

On Wednesday April 2 the Supreme Court made a final decision in the controversial McCutcheon v. 582 more words

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Citizens United Echoed as Another Campaign-Finance Limit Crumbles

By BARBARA LEONARD

WASHINGTON (CN) – Four years after Citizens United, the Supreme Court’s conservative majority on Wednesday invalidated aggregate limits on campaign contributions that kept wealthy political supporters from infusing millions of dollars into a particular political party. 1,046 more words

Rebellion

"F" the FEC: A Shout Out to the Supremes!

Generally speaking, if the grotesquely mal-named leftist special interest group, Common Cause, is against something – anything – then you know it’s a pretty good bet you should be in favor of whatever it is that Common Cause opposes. 585 more words

'Koch-mas came early!' SCOTUS upholds 1st Amendment, crazy Harry Reid hardest hit

Wah-waaaaaaaaaaaaah!

Harry Reid is no doubt even grumpier than usual following this morning’s Supreme Court decision, which strikes down aggregate campaign donation limits:

So SCOTUS jsut ruled that, so long as you don't exceed the maximum to any ONE candidate, you can give as much as you'd like total to lots— …

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