On January 21, 2010, the U.S. Supreme Court in its decision on Citizen’s United v. FEC gave corporations the freedom to spend without limit
Inside Job presents an illuminating account of how the financial meltdown of 2008 came to be. My biggest take away is that we are
The 1952 and 1956 presidential elections between Republican Dwight Eisenhower and Democrat Adlai Stevenson might stand as the last time that the American people had a choice between two capable candidates with clear and reasonable philosophies of government.
Vote for “Junebug,” or cast your ballot for “Iceman.” They’re two of your choices on the Illinois ballot on November 2. But they’re
Why wait for the down-to-the wire candidate debates, the editorial-page endorsements, the get-out-the-vote phone calls, or the final-weekend advertising and direct-mail blitz? Apparently, that’s
If you want to register to vote in Arizona, you’d better bring along proof of citizenship. If you’d like to register in Nevada, make
(This post is an update on Gloria Bilchik’s April post on the Democratic response to the Citizens United Supreme Court Decision. You can read
Rob Richie is executive director of Fair Vote, a Washington-DC-based non-profit focused on “reforming our elections to respect every vote and every voice through