Monthly Archives: October 2010

Shameless Underground Commerce Law

What was suspected has now been confirmed, as the AZ law SB1070 was crafted with, and legislator’s votes in favor paid by campaign donations from the interest group that is composed of private prison owners: http://www.ocregister.com/news/law-273237-prison-hundreds.html Is there no area … Continue reading

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It Starts Early!

The lobbyists are positioning themselves to be closer to the possible new congressional committee chairmen who will help them to achieve their legislative agendas. Note where former congressional aides are quickly hired to continue their relationships with their former bosses! … Continue reading

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Bilbray’s Creative Congressional Club

Although this is not a new story, it is a reminder of why we, the voters, have to demand complete sunlight (meetings published on public calendar, persons met with, topics discussed, how much money they have given, directly and indirectly) … Continue reading

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Massive and Long Standing Resolve Against Openness in Campaign Financing

Mitch McConnell leads the way in the Senate in overturning our already feeble campaign finance laws: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/16/us/politics/16donate.html?pagewanted=1&ref=politics It is time to demand that politicians open their books, or risk being turned out of office for ones who will be clear … Continue reading

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