This election season, we are witnessing an assault on democracy by multinational corporations that, freed by the Citizens United ruling, are out to get the best government money can buy.
The overwhelming number of Supreme Court cases cited by Justice Anthony Kennedy in his decision were intended to protect the unique First Amendment rights of media outlets, not all corporations.
In recent primaries, winners clinched nominations by spending big.
What if campaign finance reform took a page from baseball's playbook?
Republicans are trying to roll back the clock on campaign finance limits. Haven't they been paying attention?
By equating money with free speech, is the Supreme Court defending the right of the rich to steal elections?
Hillary Clinton's touting her expertise over Obama--but is experience at political attack, mega-fundraising and cronyism really all that desirable?
Political reporters are fixated on the candidates' endless money chase and the expected flood of corporate funds into shadow campaigns. But they have forgotten why we care.
The men behind the money that made Bush now want to claim the Clinton campaign. Is someone cooking the books at Hillary Inc.?
Giuliani's conservative kingmaker knows all about the ugly side of Third World debt. He invented it.