Category Archives: Citizen’s United

“As Maine Goes”: A Bipartisan Call To Overturn Citizens United

Originally posted on mykeystrokes.com:
When the Maine State House voted 111-33 this week to call for a constitutional amendment to overturn the US Supreme Court’s ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, the support for this bold gesture…

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68th Anniversary of D-Day

by Bob Murl Bearden ‎Today is the 68th Anniversary of D-Day, the day that the Allies began to see the possibility of victory in World War II. It became known as the longest day, because victory was not assured until … Continue reading

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The Supreme Court Reversed a Century of Law

By Terry Gresham A few good folks here in Oklahoma do not fancy voting in 2012. “Nah,” they say, “I don’t feel love for any of those candidates, especially Romney and Obama, so blankity blank blank it all since everything … Continue reading

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‎Citizens United, a Concept

‎”Citizens United, what a concept. Now all the right wing scrazies who want to run for office can have their own billionaire. All they got to do is genuflect to the right just far enough and viola! they will be … Continue reading

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Citizen’s United Decision and Bolivia’s Mother Earth Laws

Originally posted on okieprogressive:
Our mothers threw up their hands failing to get us to eat our vegetables.  Since then we, the American kids, have become excellent practitioners of the art of eventuality avoidance–we should print diplomas for ourselves.  Non-pleasant, unavoidable ingestables are not getting in easily…

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Citizen’s United Decision and Bolivia’s Mother Earth Laws

Our mothers threw up their hands failing to get us to eat our vegetables.  Since then we, the American kids, have become excellent practitioners of the art of eventuality avoidance–we should print diplomas for ourselves.  Non-pleasant, unavoidable ingestables are not getting in easily so don’t even try … Continue reading

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