Former FEC chief’s harmful views on First Amendment freedom
Former FEC Commissioner Trevor Potter claims that corporations aren’t people and should not be treated as such regarding political contributions. He is wrong, and Congress should reject his thinking.
States’ new version of the Alien and Sedition Acts
The attorneys general in 22 states are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to let state governments censor political speech and political activity.
Free speech for me, but not for thee
Since the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision, liberal media outlets have been verging on hysteria.
New York Times confused on campaign finance restrictions
The NYT is apoplectic over a recently filed brief that argues that the federal ban on corporate contributions to candidates is unconstitutional.
Obama’s Enemies List of Contractors’ Donations
An Executive Order the President likely will sign amounts to a roster of government contractors who are allies or enemies based on disclosure of their political contributions.
First Amendment Wins in Arizona Campaign Finance Case
The high court axes a law that boosted the coffers of candidates using public funds at the expense of privately financed hopefuls who exercised free speech.
Obama Keeps Getting it Wrong on Campaign Finance
The ‘special interests’ that President Obama deplores are merely the citizens and associations that oppose his policies.
Obama’s Misleading Legalities
President Obama keeps misrepresenting the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United.
Democrats Propose New Campaign Finance Restrictions
Chuck Schumer and Chris Van Hollen try to undo the Supreme Court decision in Citizens United.
Citizens United for Free Speech
The Supreme Court did something very unusual and extremely rare on the last day of its term, June 29…