Mike Pompeo pipehitters

‘Did Mike Pompeo become a spokesman for crack?!’: Internet revels in Pompeo’s call for Americans to become ‘pipehitters’

The jokes practically wrote themselves.

On by Claire Goforth

U.S. currency

Lincoln Project converts opposition to Trump into millions—and funnels it right to co-founders’ firms

The Lincoln Project gives big bucks to its founders’ firms.

On by Claire Goforth

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The first-ever transgender lobby is here to fight conservative policy

The group is planning to add a PAC to fund trans-friendly candidates.

On by Mary Emily O’Hara

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The state of ‘dark money’ in U.S. politics

And why does it matter?

On by Curt Hopkins

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The 6 ways Jeb Bush’s Right to Rise PAC got it wrong

We are not looking forward to 2016.

On by Miles Klee

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Pandora cranks up its influence in Washington with new PAC

If you can’t beat ’em, throw money at politicians. 

On by Kevin Collier

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If you want to fix Washington, support these 5 candidates

The super PAC to end all super PACs just picked the candidates it believes can end all super PACs

On by Aaron Sankin

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Rep Joe Garcia picks, eats earwax on live TV

Who says C-SPAN is boring?

On by Miles Klee

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Republican SuperPAC aims to defeat Hillary with cheap Flash games

You can also make her dance.

On by Miles Klee

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IT experts launch PAC to unseat SOPA’s Lamar Smith

Much like Reddit’s TestPAC, the Alliance for Internet Freedom hopes to boot Lamar Smith from office come May 29. 

On by Kevin Morris

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Reddit gets its own PAC

Reddit has gone completely political. Now it has its own PAC.

On by Kevin Collier

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Facebook gets political

Most people haven’t noticed yet, but while Facebook was rearranging its site, it also set up a Political Action Committee 

On by Dave Copeland

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