End Citizens United Fights Against PAC Corruption

June 3, 2018

The court case Citizens United versus Federal Election Commission shocked the political system of the United States. While his ruling may have happened in 2010, there are still efforts to overturn it like those of End Citizens United, a political action committee that seeks to change the way campaign financing is done. Throughout the years, […]

End Citizens United Standing Strong Behind Mid-Term Candidates

May 27, 2018

End Citizens United is stepping up its efforts to support candidates that are willing to get behind their pet project of reform campaign finance policies now that less than six months remain before the mid-term elections. A single, anonymous donor gave Paul Ryan’s dark money political “non-profit” $24.6 million to try and keep the Republican’s […]

End Citizens United Fighting to Make a Change in the Campaign Finance System

May 19, 2018

In the American political system the Citizens United Supreme Court decision has been devastating for the every man in the country. The decision has permitted corporations to be able to donate as much money as they want to political campaigns. This allows corporations to have more control over government and politicians and what kind of […]

NGP VAN Shares Impressive Rally Advice

April 4, 2018

As a public rally can be a great way to boost visibility or raise awareness about an issue, one company that helps campaigns and groups use technology to meet their goals, is passing along advice on getting a rally underway. NGP VAN calls attention to determining at the start whether or not a rally should […]

End Citizens United’s Sees Money as a Political Enemy

October 31, 2017

End Citizens United, a political action company, believes that there is conclusive evidence that a Russian company, closely connected to the Russian government, bought ads during the 2016 election for president to influence the outcome of the election. End Citizens United (ECU) thinks that special investigator Robert Mueller, who has been investigating whether there was […]

Glancing into George Soro’s Innovative Business Strategies and Ardent Philanthropic Ventures

April 18, 2017

George Soros is a prolific businessman, investor and is currently rated one of the most influential people in the world. He is the head of a reputable hedge fund in New York City and in this capacity; he has been able to impact the political ventured in the US as well as other countries across […]

A Milestone Moment Experienced By George Mason University From Koch’s Generosity

April 8, 2016

George Mason University seems like an explicit of conservative in Law and Economics and is even running a project to rename its law school after Antonin Scalia a Supreme Court Justice. To its benefit, the university has been receiving numerous donations from Charles Koch more uncommon to other universities that he supports that only receive […]

Has Hell Finally Froze Over? Koch and Sanders Agree

March 3, 2016

In today’s society of big business it pays to ask, just how sincere is Charles Koch about about Corporate inequality? In an Op-ed piece he wrote, Charles Koch Chief Executive Officer of Koch Industries and staunch Libertarian, wrote how he feels about the monetary divide and his opinions of Democratic Presidential hopeful, Vermont Senator Bernie […]

Trump Bigger Contender Than Koch Expected in Race for the Whitehouse

February 8, 2016

Charles Koch, along with his brother David and some other allies, decided the 2016 election was going to be Republican win and have spent much time since 2012 raising nearly $900 million to achieve this goal. But there seems to be a hitch in their plans, a real estate mogul who took the Republican party […]

States Opting to Embrace Expanded Medicaid Coverage Face Major Budget Squeeze

June 7, 2015

While the Obama administration can tout the number of people receiving health care under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the truth is a number of those people are merely receiving free health care under the existing Medicaid entitlement program. That said, the ACA raised the cut off for coverage to 138% of the poverty line. […]