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
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
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
Who was College Coordinator for Unity08, the political corporation that that sued for the right to take secret cash donations of unlimited size? Nick Troiano. Who was National Campus Director for Americans Elect, the political corporation that actually did take secret cash donations of unlimited
Over at 1787, a new independent political party that purports to be open to any new ideas from its members, and not promoting any particular ideology, has issued a very particularly ideological statement about the federal budget deal between the Obama White House and congressional
While it lectures the rest of us about the proper distribution of resources, Owe No has itself become an emblem of the failed application of resources.
Peter G. Peterson is not what most people would describe as college age. Nonetheless, he has the chutzpah to by running a campus activist organization called Up To Us. If it’s really Up To Us college students, then how come senior citizen Peter G. Peterson is running the show, and why won’t he pay the students doing his astroturf dirty work for him?
“The Can Kicks Back” calls itself a a social movement of young people who all just happened to decide on their own last year to kick-start a young movement of young people burning to tax poor people more, tax corporations less, and slash social programs.
“The Can Kicks Back” depicts itself as a movement of young people who “individually… had all reached the same decision” that taxing more poor people and cutting corporate tax rates while cutting social security, medicaid and medicare was a really good idea. That’s what “The
The Can Kicks Back is an paper-front organization that describes itself to the public as a “grassroots” campaign of “Millenials” but was actually started by a core group of rich old white men. It acts as if it is independent but actually occupies the office
Oh, the follies of billionaires. Last week, an organization called The Can Kicks Back posted the following to its Facebook page: The silly geese. How surprised can “The Can Kicks Back” be about the activities of “Fix the Debt” when the two organizations share the