Campaign Action A little over a month from now, the 538 Electoral College members will come together and throw in their “votes” to choose our next president. By that time, Hillary Clinton will have somewhere around 2,000,000 more citizen votes than...
At a time when it's become a cliché to say that Occupy Wall Street has changed the nation's political conversation—drawing long overdue attention to the struggles of the 99 percent—electoral politics and the 2012 presidential election have become almost exclusively defined by the 1 percent. Or, to be more precise, the .0000063 percent. Those are the 196 individual donors who have provided nearly 80 percent of the money raised by super-PACs in 2011 by giving $100,000 or more each.
Karl Rove on why Romney lost: Obama was 'suppressing the vote'
BCCLA calls public exclusion from Enbridge hearings “potentially unlawful” Posted on January 14, 2013 Human rights organization asks National Energy Board to respect Supreme Court of Canada decisions and open hearings to public.