The Arbitration Gambit: The Corporate Takeover of Our Justice System

It used to be anybody who forged a banking transaction would end up in deep legal trouble. Not anymore – at least if you’re a banker. You might get fired as four senior Wells Fargo managers were recently. But the police won’t be looking for you. What’s worse, if you are a victim of the […]

Whistleblowers Risking It All in Defiance of the Security State

whistleblowers are under attack

The Obama administration has expanded the government’s whistleblower crackdown: it has invoked the Espionage Act seven times to prosecute federal officials suspected of leaking information, more than twice the number of Espionage Act indictments filed under all other presidents combined.

Propaganda and the Voter ID Campaign

Lorraine Minnite exposes the deceptions spread by those seeking to restrict voting.

Proposed Constitutional Amendments

We propose amendments to revoke corporate constitutional “rights,” to reverse Buckley v. Valeo, and to establish a right to vote.

Eliminating Corporate Power Over Ballot Questions: Background and Resources for Change

Corporations wield immense Supreme Court-created power to defeat citizen ballot initiatives and referenda that are disfavored by company executives and increasingly, corporations are running their own initiative campaigns. Here is our comprehensive archive resources on the problem.

Corporate Power Over Ballot Questions: Archive of Older Cases

Corporations wield immense power to defeat citizen ballot initiatives and referenda that are disfavored by company executives and increasingly, corporations are running their own initiative campaigns. They’ve been at it for awhile, so we keep an archive of cases here (you’ll also find a link to current cases and analysis inside)

When Money Is Speech, Speech Is Not Free

Supreme Court majority says candidates must have unfettered right to turn personal wealth into political advantage.