Your favored candidates may be outspent, but if they out-organize, they may be able to prevail.
Who’s the latest supporter for a constitutional amendment to overturn the controversial Supreme Court decision? Just the President of the United States. No big deal.
Who’s lining the pocket of your representatives? Here’s a tool you can use to find out.
Two weeks ago, the Supreme Court justices behind the notorious decision struck down a century-old Montana law curbing corruption in politics. Last week, California became the largest state yet to officially join the movement to end Citizens United for good.
We have to do more than block bad laws. We need real voting reform to expand the franchise for the 21st century.
What the corporate departures mean—and don’t.
What we can do right now to strengthen our democracy.
Sarah van Gelder on a record season of corporate-funded political advertising and what it means for the 99 percent.
Tips for spreading your ideas without getting the runaround.
For corporations, paying for tax breaks is still the best investment around.
Chris Hedges and Lawrence Lessig discuss the Occupy movement, Citizens United, and our best options for real reform.
Beginning at 8:00 a.m. eastern standard time and continuing until 1 p.m., Democracy Now! will cover the second inauguration of President Barack Obama. Watch it here at YES!
Bill McKibben: Let’s be naïve enough to demand a country more like the one we were promised in high school civics class.
From courthouses to statehouses, the pro-corporate ruling is under pressure.
What’s the issue that unites the occupiers and the city they’re occupying? Getting corporate money out of politics.