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The Selling Out of Our Democracy

For years, the conservative wing of the Supreme Court has flapped mightily in the face of any attempt to deny American corporations their ability to disenfranchise and dispossess the American public. (more)

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IRS to Tax the Purchase of Political Power Through Nonprofits

Clandestine political financiers such as David H. Koch, who along with his brother Charles has bankrolled the tea party movement, may soon be hit with “gift taxes” for each donation to nonprofit political advocacy groups. The Internal Revenue Service has been able to tax such contributions since 1982, but it has rarely happened, The New York Times reports.

Posted on May 12, 2011 READ MORE


Want a Voice in the Political Process? Form a SuperPAC

Stephen Colbert talks with Wisconsin Democrat Russ Feingold, deposed from the U.S. Senate in the last election, about the Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling, which we find was based on a landmark precedent known as “Money Talks v. Bullshit Walks.”

Posted on Apr 29, 2011 READ MORE


Vermont Weighs Constitutional Amendment to Ban Corporate Personhood

On the anniversary of the Citizens United decision, Vermont politicians are moving to deny corporations the rights that humans enjoy.

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The Rise of Sewer Money

In New York, there is a traditional name for the kind of anonymous cash now cascading into the American electoral process.

Posted on Oct 28, 2010 READ MORE


‘Colbert Report’: Invisible Inc.

Thanks to the Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, corporations can go crazy with campaign funding (oh, and they are) without even having to make it clear where their money goes. This is the democracy of the future!

Posted on Oct 27, 2010 READ MORE


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Waiting for Another Watergate

What is the most powerful political operation in the country in this 21st century? It’s the United States Supreme Court. The men and women in black are on their way to deciding their second national election in just the first decade of the century.

Posted on Oct 19, 2010 READ MORE


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The Shadow Class War of 2010

The 2010 election is turning into a class war. The wealthy and the powerful started it. This is a strange development.

Posted on Oct 10, 2010 READ MORE


The Cash Cow of Anonymity

How sweet and innocent they seem, these mysterious organizations with names like Americans for Job Security. Who could argue with that? Who wants job insecurity?

Posted on Oct 4, 2010 READ MORE



‘A’ Is for Afghanistan

Today on the list: Afghanistan on life support, obsessing over punctuation, and how the Supreme Court (kind of) legalized bribery.

Posted on Sep 14, 2010 READ MORE


A Chance for Supreme Court Damage Control

With Congress coming back this week, there’s a chance to limit the damage the Supreme Court has caused our democracy.

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Congress Scrambles in Wake of Court’s Campaign Finance Ruling

When the Supreme Court handed down its Citizens United v. FEC ruling in January, it did more to sound the alarm on special interest money in politics than any campaign finance reformer could have dreamed.

Posted on Apr 17, 2010 READ MORE


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O’Connor Obliquely Critiques SCOTUS Campaign Finance Ruling

Granted, Sandra Day O’Connor is retired from the U.S. Supreme Court, to which she was a Ronald Reagan nominee, but during a law school conference Tuesday at Gerogetown, the former justice still made concerned noises about the top court’s Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission ruling.

Posted on Jan 26, 2010 READ MORE


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