5/15/2012

How John Roberts Orchestrated Citizens United

Filed under: Corporate Whacked,SCOTUS Whacked — 8:10 am

How John Roberts Orchestrated Citizens United : The New Yorker.

4/26/2012

Corporate Campaign Contributions Show Some Industries Giving Up Appearance Of Bipartisanship

Filed under: Corporate Whacked,GOP Whacked,SCOTUS Whacked — 6:37 pm

We, the people, are so screwed…

Corporate Campaign Contributions Show Some Industries Giving Up Appearance Of Bipartisanship.

4/12/2012

Eric Cantor Chaos: Campaign For Primary Accountability Donation Becomes Texas Democratic Issue

Filed under: GOP Whacked,SCOTUS Whacked,The Law — 12:39 am

A $24,000 contribution to a Super Pac? It would be interesting to see the origin of this contribution money. Trying to ‘earmark’ money for a specific purpose seems to be at odds with the no political association ‘rule’ for super pacs. I can hardly wait to see these Super Pac’s audited for compliance. It’s one thing for SCOTUS to allow these shenanigans, it’s completely another to completely disregard said ‘rules’.

Eric Cantor Chaos: Campaign For Primary Accountability Donation Becomes Texas Democratic Issue.

4/1/2012

In the Supreme Court, activist justices take on health care

Filed under: GOP Whacked,SCOTUS Whacked — 10:51 am

In the Supreme Court, activist justices take on health care.

1/15/2012

10 reasons the U.S. is no longer the land of the free

10 reasons the U.S. is no longer the land of the free.

1/12/2012

Will Obama Issue an Order Exposing Big Corporate Political Spenders in Citizens United Era?

Not much of a chance of this happening IMO. The Democrats probably have the same issues with corporate political spenders as the GOP does… This is why you can’t depend on any branch of the government wanting to do the right thing.

Will Obama Issue an Order Exposing Big Corporate Political Spenders in Citizens United Era?.

10/3/2011

Art Pope, Citizens United, and North Carolina Politics

Filed under: Conspiracy,Corruption,SCOTUS Whacked — 10:06 am

Art Pope, Citizens United, and North Carolina Politics : The New Yorker.

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