For months, the Tea Party movement has dominated political news but, with a few exceptions, its candidates have not done very well. That trend continued yesterday in primary results from Michigan, Missouri and Kansas. The 800-pound gorilla in November's final elections will be unlimited campaign spending by corporations and unions, legalized by the US Supreme Court's ruling this January in the Citizens United case.
Big Money, Secrecy and Control of the Congress
- Tom Hamburger - investigative reporter for the Washington Post - @thamburger
- Rick Hasen - professor of law and political science at UC Irvine; co-director of the Fair Elections and Free Speech Center - @rickhasen
- David Keating - Club for Growth - @campaignfreedom
- Tara Malloy - Campaign Legal Center - @CampaignLegal