No More Stolen Elections!

Unite for Voting Rights and Democratic Elections

AP: Maryland ends prison-based gerrymandering

AP: Democracy Now! files suit over RNC arrests

STEVENSON: This education is ours, so act like it

BURNS: Tuition-hike roundup for April 2010

RECLAIM DEMOCRACY: ACLU shifts stance on campaign spending, needs to go further

Since 2003, the organization Reclaim Democracy has pushed the ACLU to rethink its claim that money = speech regarding investments in political campaigns and its position equating corporate communications with free speech, beginning when the ACLU took Nike Corporation's side in the infamous "corporate right to lie" dispute (Nike v Kasky).

ROTHSCHILD: Corporations Aren't Persons

LERNER: Chicago’s $1.3 Million Experiment in Democracy

CASPER STAR_TRIBUNE: University of Wyoming needs to explain why it banned Ayers

We understand the University of Wyoming's reluctance to discuss litigation against it. Bill Ayers' threat of a lawsuit for not being allowed to speak on campus will likely become a reality this morning when it's filed in federal court in Cheyenne.

But UW has a broader responsibility to explain to the public why it has banned Ayers. This action is much different than what happened earlier this month, when the UW Social Justice Research Center rescinded its invitation to Ayers to speak at a conference on education.

Editors, Casper Star-Tribune

STVERAK: Investigations and explanations – two journalism tasks where nonprofits can thrive

MANSKI AND GRAVES: Corporations are People Too

UCONN: Students call for reforms over 'corporate personhood'

C.L. COOK: Interview with Riki Ott of Campaign to Legalize Democracy

MCLARTY: Fighting corporate power in the wake of the Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling

MANSKI AND GRAVES: Amend the Constitution to rein in corporations

Daily Sentinel: Voters of Both Parties Object to Supreme Court Activism

WASH POST: On pins and needles ahead of Citizens United

NICHOLS: Feingold Fears Lawless Court Ruling

NYT: The largest tester of electronic voting machines banned from testing after they failed to prove that they conducted all of

SALON: Princeton University study demonstrates how Diebold's machines can be hacked

NYT: North Carolina's election machine blunder

HARPER'S: A citizens' guide to hacking the 2004 election