The Supreme Court ruled in the Citizens United case that corporations merited certain rights of personhood. The decision in this case became crystallized in the notorious phrase, “Corporations are people.”
This deal was between the Koch brothers and their fossil fuel industry cronies and the Republicans in Congress who routinely forsake the values of the country they swore an oath to uphold to do these billionaire brothers’ bidding.
A ruling for theocracy will effectively demolish church-state separation and neuter the First Amendment’s religious clauses.
How cool would the cool kids feel if they knew they had been duped, that in scoffing about Clinton's scandals they were actually repeating scandals paid for by the folks behind Citizens United.
The media refuses shine a light on real corruption of Trump’s foundation, or report that he admitted guilt in using his foundation illegally.
Trump's new Deputy Campaign Manager, Citizens United President David Bossie, "has devoted his career ever since to trying to tear down Hillary Clinton"
The Koch brothers are no fans of Donald Trump, but there has been no bigger defender of their dark money corruption than Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, which is why the Kochs are dumping their cash into Senate races.
House Republicans have followed orders given to them by the Koch brothers and advanced a bill that would keep Koch political contributions a secret.
George Clooney pointed out on Meet The Press that the overwhelming majority of the money that his fundraisers with Hillary Clinton are bringing in is going to Democrats down ballot, not Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
Bernie Sanders schooled Chuck Todd after the Meet The Press host suggested that Jeb Bush's departure from the Republican race meant that the Sanders message on Citizens United was resonating.
While addressing the Illinois General Assembly, President Obama did what the billionaires and special interests fear most. He took the Citizens United fight to the states.
It isn't just liberals and Democrats who believe that Citizens United must be overturned. Conservatives are increasingly realizing that the Koch enabling Supreme Court decision is silencing their voices too.
The super PAC in question said they 'appreciate the irony' and would 'rather not be doing this' but they 'want to see Bernie as president'
Obama is about to issue an executive order requiring companies doing business with the federal government to disclose political contributions
Citizens United has been going after Clintons since 1992 and now they're going to feel the heat. Hillary Clinton has a plan to go after the nefarious dark money that's trying to buy elections and it goes beyond a Constitutional amendment.
During a campaign event in New Hampshire today, Sen. Bernie Sanders announced that he will be filing a bill that would effectively cripple the Kochs and right-wing billionaires by providing public funding for elections.
The Appellate Court ruled that the ban on federal campaign contributions by individuals who contract with the government is constitutional. The takeaway from the ruling, besides putting a damper on McConnell's political life, is that regardless the push by the Koch-Republicans and two horrendous rulings by Koch acolytes on the Supreme Court, 11 appellate judges firmly believe there is too much money in politics and that more "can be a very bad thing."
On the deadline day for quarterly presidential fundraising, Bernie Sanders ripped presidential candidates in both parties while calling for the overturning of Citizens United.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is often characterized by the media as an out of the mainstream presidential candidate, but a new CBS/New York Times poll revealed that 80% of Republicans agree with Sanders on the issue of getting money out of politics.