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Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick is running as an opponent of Social Security and Medicare cuts. But he's endorsed by an astroturf group that has supported them.
This week, the Federal Election Commission did the unthinkable. The agency most frequently characterized by its constant, crippling deadlock levied a substantial fine against three large politically active nonprofit groups.
Elected officials and the public should make note that while these groups claim to be "free market" think tanks and non-profits, in reality, they are operating as front groups for the Koch Brothers and other fossil fuel interests with a financial interest in stoping the wind production tax credit.
In Iowa, the American Future Fund continues to operate as a front for whomever has the funds. It received $750,000 from the
An Arizona utility commissioner is asking for all the key players in a debate over a solar energy policy in the state to
I'm betting that many of them, if they're paying attention to what Rep. Paul Ryan wants to do to the Medicare program, are having some serious buyer's remorse.
60 Plus has existed since 1992, but as FactCheck.org notes, the group received "a sudden infusion of money from somewhere
"We've established the principle," Shaw rejoined. "Now we're just haggling over the price." I attended a screening this week
The economic meltdown that short-sighted "free market" policies brought upon us has now given the rich and powerful the opening to push their advantage more aggressively than ever.