Tag: Citizens United
With control of the Senate at stake, liberals hit the streets and bought ads for a libertarian candidate who likely siphoned crucial votes away from the Republican challenger.
America’s rich may have lost this round, but they’ll be back.
A timely reminder of the consequences of treating corporations as people.
In the aftermath of Sandy, it’s time to reevaluate what it means to be dependent on government.
This year’s presidential campaign is bigger and louder than anything we’ve ever seen before.
The campaign is glutted with anonymous money because of loose FEC oversight, and the Commission is unlikely to become more assertive anytime soon.
Does loyalty to Grover Norquist count as patriotism?
Mitch McConnell takes the corporations-are-people ethos to a new level. Now, corporations can do more than speak—they can feel.
There is a massive campaign to discredit President Obama in advance of the 2012 election, and thanks to the Citizens United decision, there is no way of telling who’s behind it.
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?
The director of Free Speech for People weighs in on Citizens United, corporate personhood, and preserving the integrity of American democracy.