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SourcePageInvestor's Business Daily
DateDateApril 8, 2014
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QuoteTextBreyer complains that the Court's ruling "substitutes judges' understanding of how the political process works for the understanding of Congress." You bet. That's the Court's role when the rights of individuals are threatened. Members of Congress will favor self-serving rules that protect their own re-elections and big-government agendas. The constitutional rights of opponents be damned.
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Democrats Like Money Only When It's Spent On Them by Betsy McCaughey (Investor's Business Daily, April 8, 2014) (view)

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