General Electric gave $1 million to the pro-austerity group Fix the Debt last year.
Sixteen states have called for a constitutional amendment, as have 500 communities. And a lot of the reformers are Republicans.
Art Pope and his cash are responsible for the state’s recent rise in repressive politics.
The exiting conservative congresswoman won Minnesota elections because of big money she got from Texas, California and Florida. That’s the real challenge facing the GOP and American politics.
We need to ask ourselves what these tales in political corruption are teaching us to believe.
Corporate lobbyists are at the helm of almost every large pro-Romney Super PAC and 501(c) group, channeling business cash into ads, and potentially, a lucrative career after the election.
The president’s support for an amendment the constitution to overturn Citizens United is a big deal. But will he use Charlotte to position as the 2012 race’s real reformer?
Ads that lie about Democrats will be the product of recent major donations to Mitt Romney, brought to us by billionares and Wall Street.
Karl Rove and the Koch brothers want to promote falsehoods about Obama’s policies.