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Meet Farmscape, the Corporation Running for Mayor of L.A. [VIDEO]

Ever since the Supreme Court ruled in Citizens UnitedĀ that corporations have the same First Amendment rights as individuals for the purposes of electoral communications, an important question has lingered regarding the implications of the majority opinion. Not "if corporations are people, how come they barely pay taxes?" And certainly not, "if corporations are people, how [...]
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Communications Workers of America Join Battle Against 'Citizens United'

US Politics / Liberal : Crooks and Liars (3 years ago)

The Communications Workers of America have joined the fight against the Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United, which allows unlimited corporate donations in electoral campaigns. CWA joins 60 other organizations in the battle to ge... Read Post

Five Years After Citizens United , Media Coverage Of Its Sequels Is Lacking

US Politics / Liberal : Media Matters for America (last week)

This January marks the fifth anniversary of Citizens United v. FEC, the 2010 Supreme Court case that expanded the idea of "corporate personhood" by ruling that the First Amendment protects a corporation's right to make unlimited exp... Read Post

Grayson: "Today, the court, in effect, decided only corporations have constitutional rights"

US Politics / Liberal : Crooks and Liars (5 years ago)

DOWNLOADS: (59) PLAYS: (193) Keith talks to Rep. Alan Grayson who has introduced five bills in anticipation of this Supreme Court ruling which gives corporations the same rights as citizens in regard to free speech and 1st Amendment... Read Post


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