Retired Judge, Advocacy Group Seek Clarence Thomas Indictment

Two new calls last week for federal prosecution of Justice Clarence Thomas on bribery charges could affect the Supreme Court’s decision-making this term but are virtually unreported aside from small corners of the blogosphere.

Uneven Exchange: The New Language of Political Discourse

In the harsh climate of postmodern America the old adage “Money talks” doesn’t suffice: money screams. With the Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Citizen’s United v. the Federal Election Commission, a corporation’s right to sway elections with its wealth has essentially been granted part of its right to free speech, making this old turn of […]

Supreme Court Empowers the Transnational Corporate Class to Buy Congress Through Domestic Corporations.

Supreme Court Empowers the Transnational Corporate Class to Buy US Congress Through Domestic Corporations. Manchurian Candidates: Supreme Court allows China and others unlimited spending in US elections By Greg Palast | Updated from the original report for AlterNet Thursday, January 21, 2010 In today’s Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, the […]