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.
If Democrats actually believe all the things they’re constantly saying about ‘buying elections,’ then they should start trying to regulate the media.
On ‘Meet the Press,’ George Clooney said he’s not like the Koch brothers because they are in politics to benefit themselves. Wrong.
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.
Elizabeth Warren wants the Securities and Exchange Commission to prohibit organizations from “saying whatever they want about Washington policy debates.”
Trump’s conservative opponents can take solace. When the RNC backs someone “100 percent,” it usually ends with a humiliating loss.
By giving Donald Trump’s taunts so much coverage, the media have given other politicians shut out of valuable air time little reason to avoid insults.
The co-founder of Vermont ice cream company Ben and Jerry’s has made Bernie Sanders-themed ice cream, despite decrying ‘corporate influence in politics.’
For the first time in years, Hollywood is putting out a picture that might do some harm to the Democratic Party. Without Citizens United, this never could have happened.
California’s high court seems set to allow a popular vote on the meaningless Citizens United ballot initiative in the November 2016 election.
Governor Kasich gained favor among Republicans after the first debate, but his record on gay marriage should give conservatives some serious pause.
Hillary Clinton stands to benefit the most from independent speech this election cycle—yet she’s fighting against it on the stump.
The backlash against the Citizens United decision has unleashed systematic government hostility toward the free-speech rights of its citizens.
Lois Lerner. Hero. Servant. Brownie-baking puppy lover. Sister of the Blessed State.
What Maher would learn very quickly in Bay Ridge is that some people, even in New York City, are Republicans for legitimate reasons.
When one party dictates every term of reform, the inevitable result is what we’re seeing today.
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