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Regulator sniffs scented oxygen on taxpayer-funded RNC trip

On Tuesday members, of the Federal Election Commission are in Cleveland this week for the Republican National Convention, at least one could be seen using the taxpayer-funded trip to sniff some scented oxygen. 233 more words

In The News

... What is the F.E.C. thinking [#political intimidation]...

.. the F.E.C. was subdivided . There was little choice . When you are dealing with the sheer number of candidates at the time , the Network had to do it .. 79 more words

Personal Opinion

Hey, media: Trump campaign solicited foreign donations. Why aren't you covering it?

Why isn’t the media all over this story? It seems to be the latest word in the Donald Trump “scampaign.”

Donald J. Trump Jr. sent hundreds of emails soliciting campaign donations for his father’s presidential campaign to foreign politicians, including all elected officials from the United Kingdom, Iceland, and Australia. 647 more words

FEC Democrats voted to punish Fox News over debate changes

From Fox News, by Judson Berger

Democratic members of the Federal Election Commission, in a decision to be made public on Thursday, voted last month to punish Fox News over criteria changes for the network’s first Republican presidential primary debate – but were blocked by Republican commissioners. 392 more words


Federal Election Commission voted in secret to punish Fox News' sponsorship of a Republican presidential debate

Washington Examiner

Finally making good on long-harbored anger at conservative media, Democrats on the Federal Election Commission voted in secret to punish Fox News’ sponsorship of a Republican presidential debate, using an obscure law to charge the network with helping those on stage. 544 more words

A Federal Elections Commission Filing With Legs

Those complicated financial statements that presidential candidates are obligated to file with the Federal Elections Commission every month are usually dull reading for all but us most inveterate political buffs, and unless they contain some notorious name among the contributors or some fishy expenditure they typically get but a few column inches and a couple of ritual tsk-tsks about all the big money in politics, but this time around in this crazy election year there are enough angles apparent in the figures to keep the story going for at least a few days. 951 more words