The Super PAC to End Super PACs

Friday, July 11, 2014


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Last weekend, on Independence Day, Harvard Law Professor Lawrence Lessig’s Mayday PAC – the super PAC to end the influence of money in political campaigns – reached its crowd funding goal of 5 million dollars. The PAC now has 12 million dollars to try to elect a Congress committed to campaign finance reform. Bob speaks to Lessig about Mayday PAC’s next steps.


Lawrence Lessig

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Comments [2]

James Demers from New York

Somebody's tinfoil hat is on a bit too tight.

Jul. 14 2014 03:30 PM
Blaine Craig from New England

It's no surprise that VPR would have Larry Lessig his work with, and (he's one of the founders).....the amendment that they have come up with, would / could end ALL rights, for ALL organizations, of ANY kind, and could well end rights for people. Know that Mr. Lessig was present at Bilderberg 2014.....why do you suppose he was there??? See for yourself, the shocking wording of the amendment(s) created by Lessig and friends. Do not take things at face value...remember that there are factions that would love to get there hands on the Bill of Rights and U.S. Constitution.....and it's not unlikely that those very same factions are funding Mr. Lessig....and that they seem quite "Tragedy and Hope" by Prof. Carroll Quigley, and "the Insiders", by James McManus....and don't be fooled by this guy...or by VPR, for that matter. Wake up,America. Do you know, that G W Bush, signed the U.S. on to "the North American Union", secretly (and illegally), in 2005. And if you do know that, you probably didn't find out about it on NPR / VPR. Think about this....the Bill of Rights (which contain the first 10 ORIGINAL amendments to the Constitution)....all of the amendments stand on the first THAT is the one they have their evil minds set on destroying / altering beyond recognition. DON'T LET THEM DO IT! Get informed, and stand up for Liberty and Freedom. Or lose them.

Jul. 13 2014 06:47 PM

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