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April 2, 2014

U.S. Supreme Court drops another barrier to big campaign giving

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Fewer conservatives have been inspired to wax to the tune of 140 characters over this decision, but let's seek some balance here:

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    My opinion, all campaign contributions = speech and expression and are protected by got this one right

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    In a stunning victory for the 1st Amendment, strikes down certain campaign limits. Some may object to...

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    SCOTUS: "Why should there be limits on indiv. campaign contributions? Yankees have way more money than other teams and everyone LOVES them!"

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    The Left will pretend it's mad about the SCOTUS campaign finance decision, but as with Citizens United, it will be the biggest beneficiary.