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Don’t miss our enlightening discussion with one of the country’s foremost independent journalists and anti-war activists, Norman Solomon, as he talks with us about how the connections between journalism, corporations, and the military-industrial complex will shape the future of democracy and the fates of whistleblowers exposing corruption.
Standing with the Standing Rock Sioux
As We Sit Around the Table With Loved Ones,
Let Us Reflect on Standing Rock
As would be expected, commentators have been busy analyzing this year’s election results, with writers and talking heads attributing Donald Trump’s surprising victory to an array of different factors: a flawed Electoral College system, the shortcomings and tactical errors
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It’s not easy to overturn a U.S. Supreme Court decision. Congress can’t do it alone, and unless the court reverses itself, the only other avenue is changing the Constitution.
For national groups hoping to overturn the 2010 Citizens United decision that altered how much corporations can spend on politics, they know it’ll be a slow, state-by-state slog they hope passes through California when voters consider Proposition 59 on Tuesday.
SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CA – A national effort supporters say would amend the U.S. Constitution to eliminate "corporate personhood" came to downtown San Jose Wednesday afternoon, where supporters gathered to push for the passage of a measure on the November ballot that could lend the state's support in making the change.