Citizens United case in the New Yorker.

I like articles that go into the personal interaction and intrigue that makes appellate cases what they are. The New Yorker magazine had one recently about the politics behind Citizens United, the U.S. Supreme Court case that opened the floodgates to shadow and dirty money in American politics. (We don’t even get to know if it’s our money, or foreign.)

Money is not speech. Money is property. I guess more people gotta tweet that, for the message to get through?

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