Romney super PAC supporter has ties to Freddie and Fannie
The Colbert super PAC has netted more than one million dollars, according to its Federal Election filing. On Thursday night's episode of The Colbert Report, host Stephen Colbert confirmed that viewers “gave until it hurt,”
The Super PAC disclosure reports being filed this week reveal an out-of-control and corrupt system that is doing enormous damage to our political system and to our democracy.
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By Gregory Korte and Fredreka Schouten, USA TODAY WASHINGTON – A Detroit-area law firm that represents mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in foreclosure and eviction cases contributed $200000 to a super PAC supporting Republican Mitt Romney for
Senate Democrats decried the influx of millions in unregulated dollars in the 2012 elections, announcing Wednesday that they will hold hearings looking into the impact of super PACs. New York Sen.