Jonathan Riskind commentary: Campaign...

Jonathan Riskind commentary: Campaign disclosure a no-brainer

There are 1 comment on the DispatchPolitics story from Sep 26, 2010, titled Jonathan Riskind commentary: Campaign disclosure a no-brainer. In it, DispatchPolitics reports that:

It should be a simple call, this campaign-finance disclosure thing. When the group Citizens for a Nifty Tomorrow floods the airwaves with an ad portraying Candidate X as a menace to all voters' tomorrows, it should have to say who provided the money to fund that spot.

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Rockne

United States

#1 Sep 27, 2010
Jonathan, take some time and read the First Amendment. Then reflect upon what it means.

During the Citizens United case, the federal government argued that it could, stop the publication of books and shutter any media outlet that discussed federal candidates, under the provisions of McCain-Feingold. I

In the 21st Century, how many media outlets are not corporations ??

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