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How Much Money Did Your Congressperson Received to Support the Repeal of Net Neutrality?

According to The Verge, American lawmakers took $101 million in donations from ISP companies. After scanning this list, it’s easy to see where the 107 republicans that sent Ajit Pai a letter of support got their incentive. 308 more words

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Net Neutrality and Campaign Financing

In a recent article by T.C. Sottek and The Center for Responsive Politics dated 12/11/17 and published by http://www.theverge.com, every one of our representatives in the senate and house has been bought and paid for by the three big telecommunication companies, Comcast, Verizon and AT&T.  242 more words

Who's Your Billionaire?

Have you noticed the recent spathe of commercials from Tom Steyer, self-described American citizen calling for the impeachment of Trump?  Have you wondered who he is, where he came from, and how he affords the estimated $10 million worth of prime time spots on all the major cable networks? 770 more words


HUGE reveal on season two premiere of "This Is Us"

Nah, just kidding. We understand why there are millions of Ussies* devoted to This Is Us, what with NBCUniversal’s inaugural Symphony, cross-channel marketing campaign last season. 291 more words

And in Healthcare News...

Doesn’t it make sense, as in common sense, you know the kind we all hope the people in Washington have, that if the GOP actually thought their bill was an improvement over the ACA they would want the whole country to see it. 640 more words


Campaign Finance Reform


The issue of campaign finance is one that has been debated among academics for many years, and has gained greater public attention in recent years due to the enormous, and constantly increasing money spent on political campaigns. 3,230 more words