Republicans in the U.S. Senate didn’t want the truth to come out. Not one single senate Republican voted in favor of the Whitehouse amendment. They killed the legislation, voting to maintain the coverup of payoffs to politicians from dirty fossil fuel corporations.
Clinton isn’t giving up the money. Her New York City finance pay-for-access party is merely delayed to a more propitious date, after the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary.
Economic inequality in the United States has never been worse than it is now. Year end bonuses for Wall Street profiteers are twice the amount of total annual income for all the minimum wage workers in the USA. A year ago, Oxfam warned that by
We list the congressional candidates who are taking money from the same big insurance company that insured Auschwitz and funded Adolf Hitler’s rise to power.
For decades now, nearly all federal campaign finance reports have been filed electronically so we can find out as soon as possible who’s been getting funded by whom. I say “nearly all” because there’s a lone holdout: the U.S. Senate. The United States Senate allows
Oath Strategies only started business on June 19 of this year. For a company just 5 months old, Oath Strategies is doing pretty well. The company just received $6,666,566.00 from the super PAC that Jeb Bush set up and supported, but is now supposedly independent
60 Senators Act to Keep Americans in the Dark About their Campaigns’ Contributors (Just Long Enough)
The filing of campaign finance reports electronically instead of on paper may not seem like a big deal. Who cares about the format, as long as information is made available, right? If you care about the influence of big money contributors on national politics, you
Are The Avengers really cool enough for you to keep tossing money Marco Rubio’s way?
As we’re getting closer to the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primaries, Donald Trump is having to hurry to assemble the practical political apparatus that his opponents in the Republican nomination contest already have a great deal of experience with. Trump is getting some
Lawrence Lessig’s defacto political message is that whenever you want to accomplish something, you should pursue its opposite. So, if you want to support the Lawrence Lessig for President campaign, you should do so by withholding support for the Lawrence Lessig for President campaign.
“In the name of protecting our country and the world from the growing dangers of climate change, I will neither solicit nor accept campaign contributions from any oil, gas, or coal company.” Three presidential candidates have signed their names to this pledge: Martin O’Malley Bernie