The infamous 2010 Citizens United ruling introduced big money to politics. Through unlimited sums of money during the election campaigns, wealthy donors can sway the votes. But the problem may not be around the unlimited sums of money but the ‘non-disclosure’ part of it. In a 2015 poll, 87% of the respondents wanted to reduce the excessive influence of wealth in politics and put the power of a rich person on par with a common voter. Before 2010, the financing of election campaigns was strictly controlled under the campaign finance law, which restricted corporations and unions from making any kind of donations and limited individuals toRead More →

Eight years of the financial turmoil has given a reason for many debates, research, arguments, discussions and even research work to many. To many nothing has really changed, in fact to them, we might be looking at something more serious in 2016. The question that is important is whether there is any truth to the occurrence of second financial crisis or are we just in denial? This article had been previously published in 2014.Read More →