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Force Corporations To Disclose Political Giving

If money is speech and speech is good, and corporations aren’t doing anything wrong, then why is there such reluctance to disclose how much free speech they have and what politicians and causes they’re exercising that free speech to? 58 more words


Citizens United Era in Campaign Finance Explained

In 2002, a major campaign finance reform bill was backed by politicians in both parties, including future GOP presidential nominee John McCain, and signed into law by President George W. 84 more words

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Supreme Court Won’t Block Probe of Scott Walker’s Recall Campaign

The U.S. Supreme Court refused to end a state investigation into Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s 2012 recall campaign, rejecting an appeal from a conservative group that says its constitutional rights are being violated.

Source: Bloomberg

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Koch Brothers Guide to 2016

In Koch’s “free society” — which presumably means a society without government regulation, oversight, worker protection, or social programs — he imagines a sort of utopia where everyone will be respected by private industry. 79 more words


Relationship with Israel

What I suspect will be the worst decision made by our current president recently came to light. In the past he has made it clear that he doesn’t support Israel in the ways that past presidents have. 261 more words

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