Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission

Floyd Abrams, who represented Senator Mitch McConnell in the Supreme Court in the Citizens United case, wrote an op-ed in
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This is Part 2 of my July 4th Independence Day blog. Part 1 explored my approach to teaching American history and included
Yesterday, as the news cycles were dying down, the Trump Justice Department (DOJ) dropped a bombshell brief which Bloomberg
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New bill would require nominees to disclose "dark money" they've donated or solicited.
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At this point, a massive, grassroots movement is the only viable way we, the people, can succeed in reviving our democracy.
This is a clear and disturbing sign of the shift of power from the individual to the moneyed interests in this country.
Since the Supreme Court’s poorly reasoned and highly unpopular Citizens United v. FEC decision in 2010, more than a dozen
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