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  • New Study Shows Campaign Disclosure Rules Violate First Amendment0

    • March 3, 2015

    This article was first published at the American Thinker website. Many commentators and politicians have attacked the Supreme Court’s 2010 case of Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission for holding that citizens do not surrender their First Amendment rights when they organize under state corporation law. The Vermont state legislature has even adopted an application

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  • Federal “Campaign Finance” Laws are Mostly Unconstitutional0

    • October 14, 2012

    In a recent posting, I wrote: [I]t is dubious whether the Constitution even gives Congress power to regulate the source and amount of campaign contributions and expenditures. The background and meaning of the Constitution’s “Time, Places and Manner Clause”—which Congress uses to justify such laws—strongly suggests not. The Time, Places and Manner Clause is Article

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  • The Supreme Court’s Citizens United Corporate Campaign case Should Be Controversial—But Not for the Reason You Think0

    • September 30, 2012

    If you have any doubt about the ability of the political Left to set the agenda in this country, look at the controversy over the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United corporate campaign finance case. What most people have heard about the case is that it “allowed corporations to spend unlimited amounts in federal elections,” a

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