The Citizens United decision threatens Social Security. If we do not act, we will eventually lose Social Security as we know it.
Citizens United articles on Democracy Chronicles
The Supreme Court transformed the campaign finance landscape through Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission opening the floodgates of big money. Efforts to repeal the ruling are underway. Also see our sections on American democracy and Money Politics as well as our articles on the Supreme Court too.
Ahead of 13th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision…, Washington was rocked by two…campaign finance scandals.
“Protecting democracy” was the top issue listed by voters as an “extremely important” reason they decided to vote in the 2022 election.
We will only have a chance to save our imperiled democracy if we work to reverse discriminatory laws like Citizens United.
From time to time, it is nice to get to know some of the DC Authors who make our website a place of fresh ideas. Today, we meet author Jack Jones.
With Stephen Breyer’s retirement from the Supreme Court, it seems appropriate to offer some words about his legacy, Rick Hasen.
Citizens United is without a doubt the Supreme Court’s most contentious recent decision. Repealing it is the first step in fixing the issue.
I’m not a constitutional scholar. I discuss issues of public interest by using my common sense, which tells me that, in our country, money is speech.
The Supreme Court should never have had the option to decide whether or not to pass Citizens United because of the effect that it had on the country.
In looking for sense in the modern world, we must not overlook the fact that, whatever the judicial rationale supporting the decision that corporations are persons, corporations are not human.