During a campaign event in South Carolina, 2020 candidate Pete Buttigieg referred to “dark money” as “black money” when speaking to a room of African-American voters.
Jon Ossoff’s loss in Georgia’s sixth district is what happens when Democrats believe their own hype about the power of money in politics.
Prop 59 would not just limit corporate political spending on elections, it would exempt wide swaths of American society from any constitutional protections whatsoever.
Under the guise of regulating campaign finance, Democrats are waging a never-ending campaign to suppress free speech.
Politicians will naturally tend to think that the type of campaign system that helps them get elected is the type of system we should have.
Big business has coordinated against religious freedom across the country, and the Left loves it. Just don’t corporations dare to exercise conservative political speech.
Wisconsin’s John Doe story shows what can happen when laws gag citizens and shield the powerful, and the reform possible when victims fight back.
Letting government decide political winners and losers—what could go wrong?
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