Virtually every day there has been a new, extraordinary grant of power to corporate interests.
Her remark is an apt credo for a party leadership that has spent the last quarter-century serving corporate power as persistently as it spews out empty rhetoric about "the needs of working families."
Decisions in favor of groups like the American Petroleum Institute and the Chamber of Commerce by judges who attended seminars sponsored by the same institutions have led to the perception that corporations and conservative groups can buy judicial influence.
The resistance to reforming our nation's healthcare system has been fueled by entrenched corporate interests. Their deep