Supreme Court enshrines Plutocracy, but Dissent says Conservatives Substituted Opinion for Fact

A Blistering Dissent in ‘McCutcheon’: Conservatives Substituted Opinion for Fact (via Moyers & Company)

Central to the Supreme Court’s campaign finance decisions in the John Roberts era is that the government’s only legitimate interest in this area is preventing direct, quid pro quo corruption — a donor demanding that a specific law be passed, or…


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  1. To the extent they are acting in good faith at all, you would have to say they are informed by a view of the world as they would like it to be, not as it is.

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