Archive for the 'Political Reform' Category

Big Ambitions from The Capable Man, Francisco Domenech

Yazan: spcblog | 10 August 2018 | No Comments
Categories: Leader, Legal Advice, Philanthropist, Political, Political Reform, Politics

Born on April 29, 1978 in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Francisco Domenech has made quite a name for himself at the age of 40. On a fast track to politics from a young age he would attend the University of Puerto Rico twice. His first degree was obtained in 1999: A Bachelor of Arts Degree […]

Peace, Order And Good Government With End Citizens United

Yazan: spcblog | 02 September 2017 | No Comments
Categories: Political Reform

James Bopp is not the person everybody is talking about. However, this lawyer and constitutional scholar are one of the most influential lawyers at the time, and his name is worth noting. Born in Indiana, he graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor’s degree and later obtained a law degree in Florida’s College of Law […]

End Citizens United: Driving Dark Money Out Of American Politics

Yazan: spcblog | 22 August 2017 | No Comments
Categories: Political Reform

Since the infamous 2010 U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United v. FEC case, a new breed of super political campaign committees (PACs) has taken the stranglehold of American politics financing. With their huge financial bases, corporations and special interests groups have since then played a critical role in determining the political leaders Americans elect […]