By Theodoric Meyer, ProPublica, Dec. 20, 2012, 11:48 a.m. Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire casino magnate and emblem of the Citizens United-era of campaign finance, spent gobs of money on the 2012 elections — more money than anyone else
An explosive article from Salon this week highlights the attitude of corporations that profits rule, above all else. But what if that corporation is a for-profit health care company that values profits over the health and safety of its
Mitt Romney says he's been encouraged by all of the regular Americans who have pulled themselves up by their bootstraps that he has met while traveling across the country stumping to be the next president of the United States. On Tuesday, the
"It is more blessed," Jesus said, "to give than to receive." That may be, but the billionaire backers of Mitt Romney's presidential campaign and Super PAC plan to do both. As they gather this weekend for a three-day Romney conclave in Park
Despite A 36-Year Ban On Political Contributions, Government Contractors Donate To Romney's Super PAC
A sample video from Restore Our Future. I wonder how SCOTUS will rule on this so-called "gray area." The Citizens United ruling seems to indicate that when in doubt, rule in favor of corporations expressing themselves through hefty
The Republican candidates and a few independent groups have spent nearly $10 million on TV and radio ads in seven states that vote on Super Tuesday...
I have to laugh at the fact that the CEO of the Venetian casino in Las Vegas is, like any compulsive gambler, betting on the long shot that Newt Gingrich can win the Republican nomination. Sheldon, don't you know the house always wins? It appears