Tag: Campaign Finance
Koch-connected dark money groups face largest fine in California history of campaign finance.
Amid the outrage, the big picture of social welfare nonprofits is easily forgotten.
The new book by “class traitor” Robert Monks shows a system at its breaking point—and names the twenty-four Americans who can fix it.
America’s new pay-as-you-go democracy.
Democrat Sheldon Whitehouse, of Rhode Island, is calling for the Justice Department to do what the IRS won’t.
Creating PACs and then spending their money.
Four years, four reversals on dark money.
The election’s not over yet, and rumors of Romney’s demise are premature.
The campaign is glutted with anonymous money because of loose FEC oversight, and the Commission is unlikely to become more assertive anytime soon.
Every campaign is guilty of exaggerations, but Romney’s lies are another thing altogether.
Mitch McConnell takes the corporations-are-people ethos to a new level. Now, corporations can do more than speak—they can feel.
Watergate led to a grassroots effort to clean up Washington. In the wake of Citizens United, and with the upcoming 40th anniversary of the Watergate scandal, is it time to act again?