This last July, I found myself wondering aloud: would the Mayday Super PAC (using big money in politics to undermine the use of big money in politics) endorse and fund the campaign of Nick Troiano for Congress? If the Mayday PAC ended up funnelling money to Troiano, that would represent the crassest sort of insider […]
The Mayday Super PAC, asking Americans to “embrace the irony,” is planning on spending millions of dollars (half from big donors) in order to promote policies that it says would enact “fundamental reform in the way elections are funded.” Some are enthusiastic about the prospect. Others are derisive. I am uncertain. On the one hand, […]
2012 saw the rise of Americans Elect, a corporation that planned to manage the election of its own “centrist” presidential candidate, thanks to insider connections and large cash flows from undisclosed sources. 2012 also saw Americans Elect’s demise, when American citizens elected to stay away from Americans Elect and refused to participate after finding out […]
We’ve been following the fortunes of Nick Troiano since his entry into the political stable of investment wealth investors as a recruit to run the Unity Petition and College Outreach efforts of Unity08, a privatized effort to elect a President that claimed to be against big money in politics but that was actually financied almost […]
Mr. Troiano, you have a Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree from the prestigious Georgetown University. Surely someone, somewhere along the way to those two fine degrees taught you the fine art of citing your sources. It works like this:
When you pledge your congressional candidacy to the cause of slashing social security, medicare and medicaid […]
Three days ago, the Independent Voter Network posted a piece in which it quoted Nick Troiano explaining why he is running for Congress:
I seem to have heard that idea before… but where?
Do you remember what Americans Elect lawyer Daniel Winslow said in October 2012 about the effort to pump $1.75 million in […]
What does Nick Troiano (501c4-PA) in Congress mean for America’s youth?
Also, good things, but, to be clear, not bad things, for America, too.
What do we make of congressional candidate Nick Troiano?
On the one hand, Nick Troiano justifies his run for Congress by boasting of his experience working for Super PACs, 527s and 501(c)(4) corporations as the young face speaking on behalf of the interests of old money. Listen to Nick Troiano describe how he built his […]
Thanks to an accidental e-mail dump, we know that once billionaire privatizer Peter G. Peterson pulled his funding, the kick-the-old-and-poor front group called “The Can Kicks Back” quickly went bankrupt.
We also know that the plan for The Can Kicks Back to have 300 active campus chapters by the end of Spring 2013 was a […]
Politicos around the country are having a hearty chortle at the ham-handed in which the fake grassroots political corporation called “The Can Kicks Back” accidentally released e-mail conversations revealing that it is A) indeed the funded creature of pro-corporate billionaire Pete Peterson and B) is going broke now that the original Pete Peterson funding stream […]