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Supreme Court opens the door wider to money in politics
Hi everyone, I’m Leanne Krueger-Braneky, a proud progressive Democrat. On August 4th, I was elected to represent the 161st Legislative District in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. First, I want ... read more
Can Democracy Withstand The Power of Big Money?
This week on the JOURNAL, Bill Moyers spoke with libertarian journalist Nick Gillespie and progressive legal scholar Lawrence Lessig about the impact of last month's controversial Supreme Court ruling ... read more
Online, It's Target Clinton
The comments were picked up by the NYPost.com and posted on Drudge.com, a must-read site for reporters and other news junkies, and subsequently spread like viral wildfire to other blogs. The NYPost.co... read more
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John Kerry: "Can I draw a conclusion that they played tough games and clearly had intent to reduce the level of our vote? Yes, absolutely. Can I tell you to a certainty that it made the difference in ... read more
Why Keith Ellison and Jeremy Corbyn Think We Should Cap CEO Pay
“Give [the wealthy] awards. Lavish them with praise. Publish the names of the highest taxpayers in laudatory newspaper columns. Allow them to bask in civic pride. But take their money. They have plent... read more
Bashin' Bachmann: Ur Doin It Wrong
I can only imagine what those attacks look like to others. I would say "do what y'all want" except for one thing: every weak attack dilutes the power of strong attacks. Every picayune, bogus, doesn't ... read more
McCain, Aides to Join Palin at Meetings with World Leaders
Seeking to bolster her foreign policy credentials, GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin will embark Tuesday on a dizzying series of meetings with heads of state who have traveled to New York for ... read more