• 2014 Election Overview – the Funding
    The 2014 mid-term elections promise lots of excitement — and money. Take a look at who’s raising the most, where it’s coming from, party breakdown, the most expensive races thus far, top donors, how incumbents are doing versus challengers and more.
  • Corporate domination over government by the people – articles.
  • Abolish Corporate Personhood – Posted July 14, 2012 – Concerned about the rapid escalation of corporate power in the US and around the world, five years ago members of the US section of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) began studying and researching how corporations became so powerful.
    Inspired by the Program on Corporations, Law and Democracy (POCLAD) we discovered the hidden history of “corporate personhood” — the legal phenomenon that provides constitutional protections to corporations. Not only is corporate personhood a key component of corporate power, it’s one of the greatest threats to democracy that we’ve ever known, but most people have never even heard of it. In September, 2001 WILPF launched a campaign to abolish corporate personhood that has as its goal to delegitimize the institution of the corporation as a political entity. The following article is by WILPF members Jan Edwards and Molly Morgan.
  • The American People Are Angry – by Bernie Sanders (excerpt on Citizens United with full article on the big picture of recession and control of economy and politics). Senator Bernard Sanders Floor Statement – June 27, 2012
    Posted July 1, 2012
  • Justice for Sale – How big money is overwhelming judicial elections and corroding our confidence in the courts. Posted June 27, 2012
  • Free speech for computers? Consider Google by TIM WU, Posted June 19, 2012, NYTimes
  • Dismantling Corporate Rule by Paul Cienfuegos