As surely as winter follows fall, Republican election victories are followed by unconstitutional attempts to restrict political speech.
The constitutional amendment they support, like the president’s plan to regulate social media, trusts the government to moderate our political debate.
Friday A/V Club: The past and possibly future presidential candidate starred in some of the greatest, strangest campaign ads ever made.
She's a centrist turned progressive.
The ad also shows Ron DeSantis reading to his son from The Art of the Deal and teaching his daughter to say "make America great again."
Thirteen individuals and three companies accused of conspiracy against the U.S., wire fraud, and identity theft.
Or is partisanship such a strong indicator of voter choice that the specifics of a candidate's stances might not matter?
Trump Ads Were More Policy-Focused, Less Negative Than Clinton's 2016 Election Ads, Find Wesleyan Researchers
"Clinton's message was devoid of policy discussions in a way not seen in the previous four presidential contests."
It's the campaign's own fault, but outlets are feeding the 'rigging' complaint.
Campaign sponsored by pro-Johnson AlternativePAC gets over 17 million counted views from Facebook.
Gary Johnson-Supporting SuperPAC Thinks Polls Show They Nearly Doubled Support for Johnson in a Maine District
Traditional media still more important than social media or online, Americans Deserve Better PAC argues their results prove.
Colorado, Iowa, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah and Wisconsin are the Libertarian's main focus right now.
Ad presents Johnson as for "tolerance, free enterprise, and a sane foreign policy" and reportedly cost PurplePAC a million.
Gary Johnson, capable of climbing mountains and not running his business into bankruptcy, represents the choice for peace, privacy, and equality, in a new ad from AlternativePAC.
Matt Kibbe of Johnson-Supporting AlternativePAC Talks About Gawker Report on $30,000 Spent on "Internet Memes"
Short internet videos make more sense to reaching a relevant audience than traditional TV ad buys, he says.
Other poll this week indicates he pulls more from Clinton than Trump. Fox poll shows him pulling 23 percent from independents, 18 percent from under-35s.
Attack ads circa 1800 suggest otherwise.
This Media Coverage Chart Shows Why Hillary Clinton Should Be Thankful for the Citizens United Decision
If Trump gets the nomination, she's going to need the independent spending.
Liberty is a Flame That Needs Protection by Rand Paul, SuperPAC Ad in Iowa Will Likely Say [UPDATED]
Text of likely forthcoming Iowa Rand Paul TV ads paid for by PurplePAC says Paul is only protection against government "that tells us what we can and can't do. That spies on its own citizens."
No matter how angry the voters, incumbents always win
Billionaire hedge fund Democrats attack "Wall Street insider" Republican.