Now he says that while the president reimbursed Michael Cohen for the payment, he didn't know what it was for.
"Let that guilt about who you’re really working for inform your votes; don’t let the corporate money do it.”
I also don't think it's fair to call Newsweek "liberal," especially without any proof to back it up. It's not easy to measure
What is "dark money" and how can it be traced? Do you have a sense for the transparency of the companies below the S&P 500
A wealthy hospital executive tried to hide a contribution through an LLC.
I think we are rather missing a major point about money in politics, at least in the United States.
We cannot in good conscience fail to act now given the urgency of the problems caused by the collapse of personal accountability for Wall Street elites. Our economy and our democracy are both imperiled by that collapse and require urgent redress.
Donors with deep pockets are trying to reshape the Show-Me State.
Those of us who don't think it's the best use of government money to give subsidized loans to some of the largest companies in the world have to recognize political reality. With enough campaign contributions on the table, Congress will eventually vote to approve the money.
Republican committees have taken advantage of the new party accounts far more than Democratic ones. The three Republican
The Ready for Hillary super PAC -- now simply called Ready PAC -- has ceased most operations since Clinton announced her
WASHINGTON -- Former D.C. news anchor Kathleen Matthews is expected to enter the race for Maryland’s open 8th District seat
Sitting with Sean Hannity last week, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul expressed his outrage at money received by Bill and Hillary Clinton over the years and actions that they may have taken as public officials to benefit those who contributed funds.