David Keating

Club for Growth

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Executive Director of the Club for Growth, a pro-free-market, limited-government advocacy group, and head of Speech Now, a group litigates against the Federal Election Commission to help bring about the era of super PAC's

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With billions of dollars flowing more freely than ever before into the nation's political process, has the US reached the point where money is all that matters when it comes to…

'Dark Money' in the 2012 Presidential Campaign

With billions of dollars flowing more freely than ever before into the nation's political process, has the US reached the point where money is all that matters when it comes to…

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Big Money and Secret Money in the 2012 Campaign

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So called political Super PAC's have been made possible by recent decisions of the US Supreme Court.

The Sudden Emergence of Super PAC's

So called political Super PAC's have been made possible by recent decisions of the US Supreme Court.

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