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Study: Campaign donations to judges distorting justice system

Pending Supreme Court ruling could make things even worse: law prof A soon-to-be-published study has found that campaign contributions from corporations to judges are likely distorting the justice system and making it harder for ordinary citizens to win cases against corporations. University of Illinois labor law professor Michael LeRoy examined…

Health insurers secretly funded $10-$20 million in attack ads

Seen one of those TV ads attacking healthcare reform? Chances are, it may have been paid for by a health insurance company funneling money through the US Chamber of Commerce — who then funneled it to one of two front groups it created specifically aimed at derailing or watering down…

A Thought

If John McCain had just said he was canceling events to go to D.C. for the bailout bill, it one, wouldn’t look any different than his still-ongoing (but really suspended!) campaign does now and two, wouldn’t have subjected him to days of ridicule. But what do I know? The last…

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One of the dirty little secrets of political campaigning is that every campaign is constantly telling the press bad things about their opponent. It’s to be expected – they’re constantly looking to be spoonfed stories, and the campaign has minions toiling away finding out insidious things about misfiled zoning applications…

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