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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


Citizens United Echoed as Another Campaign-Finance Limit Crumbles


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


"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


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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