campaign finance reform

Meet Congressional Candidate Marianne Williamson
We know her as an author, lecturer and teacher of A Course in Miracles. Now Marianne Williamson wants to bring her spirituality to Congress. Read more...
This is the story of Bob the Businessman who used his company's money to get the mayor and city council elected, and get the rules changed, and fund propaganda outlets that pushed for tax breaks for ... Bob the Businessman. This fable in no way is meant to make you think about the way that modern American corporations and the current American political system operate. Read more...
A special programming note from Senior Writer Michael Winship: "As you probably have figured out by now, because Hurricane Sandy hit New York City and its surroundings with such a mighty punch, the Moyers & Company production team has Read more...
Jonathan Soros will try to put his new superPAC out of business. The son of George Soros, who is also a senior fellow at the Roosevelt Institute, will use a super PAC to hopefully put itself out of business by targeting House lawmakers who oppose Read more...
Jon Stewart took the members of the United States Senate Banking Committee to task after their disgusting display this week where they were fawning all over JPMorgan Chase CEO, Jamie Dimon. Not surprising, as Stewart pointed out, given Dimon is one Read more...

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On Saturday, January 21, activists across the country working with Public Citizen will “Occupy the Corporations” in a series of demonstrations planned throughout the country, designed to expose the fraud that is corporate personhood. Read more...
From Democracy Now, if anyone was wondering what's keeping the Newt Gingrich campaign afloat after it looked like it was going to implode earlier this year, we can thank our Supreme Court and that Citizens United ruling -- Newt Gingrich’s Read more...
Sen. Bernie Sanders on CNN's The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer talking about his proposed constitutional amendment that would overturn the Supreme Court decision in a case called Citizens United vs. FEC. Blitzer asked Sanders about the time he Read more...
October 5, 1999 - Trains, Mergers And Commemorative Tiles.
News of the day for October 5, 1999 - Train accident outside London kills 8 (rises to 26). MCI Acquires Sprint in largest telecommunications merger in history. Supreme Court to weigh in on Campaign reform. Pres. Clinton vows to ratify Nuclear Test Ban treaty. New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson urges legalization of drugs. College Tuition up 3% - 58% of all financial aid is in form of Student Loans. Nuclear Power Plant leak in South Korea. Appeals from parents to Attorney General to include Christian symbols on commemorative tiles for Columbine massacre. Read more...
As Lawrence O'Donnell noted during his Rewrite segment during Wednesday night's Last Word, everyone was wondering what Stephen Colbert would do once he launched his new super PAC. Well, this week we got our answer with the first ad from the PAC, Read more...