Charles Koch gets my award for the single most audacious, ridiculous, and unintentionally funny op-ed I have read this year -- and maybe ever.
Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace did his best to make his interview with Bernie Sanders all about Hillary Clinton, but Sanders wasn't biting.
Fox News Sunday, April 19, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/04/chris-wallace-tries-get-bernie-sanders
CBS, Face the Nation, April 12, 2015
“In the financing of electoral campaigns, many interests get into the mix, and then they send you the bill,” Francis said.
With this year's elections just two weeks away, we've rounded up some of the best investigative reporting on campaign finance.
What happens when billionaire businessmen bent on reducing the taxes, regulations, and wages they pay gather with the politicians most closely aligned with their agenda? Because of Lauren Windsor's groundbreaking investigative journalism on The Undercurrent and The Nation, into the Koch brothers' secret conference at an Orange County California luxury resort, we now know.
We know her as an author, lecturer and teacher of A Course in Miracles. Now Marianne Williamson wants to bring her spirituality to Congress.
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.
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
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