Democracy for Sale

Mitt's clandestine video grabbed all the attention this week, but money -- much of it dark -- rules both campaigns.

Like everyone else, we watched the movie of the week – that clandestine video from Mitt Romney’s fundraiser in Florida. Thanks to that anonymous cameraperson, we now have a record of what our modern day, wealthy gentry really thinks about the rest of us Full Story »

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Two polls released in the last few days report large majorities – as many as eight in ten – are in favor of clamping down on the amount of money that corporations, the ... More »

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