Campaign Finance Reform = Restrictions

My former colleague Ryan Sager, now of the New York Post, has an illuminating essay on Tech Central Station on the movement to restrict the rights of the people to criticize elected office holders.

2 Responses to “Campaign Finance Reform = Restrictions”

  1. Ross Levatter

    Tremendous article, showing up the slimy power deals between major media outlets and the politicians who regulate their compeition. Which I guess is why Ryan Sager of the New York Post is publishing the article in Tech Central Station rather than the New York Post.

  2. Don’t get mad, get even!

    The scandal here, again, is the one that’s gone largely unremarked. The Supreme Court agreed to the evisceration of the First Amendment. We can punish the politicians involved. We can withhold our contributions from these foundations. But we have, sh…