Big Money


Who Owns Your Presidential Candidate?

From the article:

It’s a new era of American politics. With regard to campaign finance, the Citizens United Supreme Court ruling — and the arguably worse McCutcheon v. FEC ruling — opened the doors to unrestricted corporate funding of our national elections.

The primary mechanism in place facilitating this flood of private money is the super PAC. You’ve probably heard of super PACs and how they’ve essentially taken over the role traditionally filled by individual campaign donors in Political Action Committees (PACs). But super PACs aren’t the end of it. There are puppet political non-profits, business associations, and now, single-candidate “dark money” outfits that, as of September 21, have already raised $25.1 million —  five times the amount spent by this time in the 2012 election cycle.

Politically motivated?


‘2016: Obama’s America’ Filmmaker Indicted for Violating Campaign Finance Laws

It doesn’t take a genius to figure this one out.  You have to know from day one (of the films release) someone has been sifting though everything Dinesh D’Souza has ever done in his lifetime. Everyone knows what this administration does to it’s enemies. It’s not exactly a secret.