The judiciary is in some ways the most crucial of the three branches of American government, the ultimate arbiter interpreting the fairness of our legislation and the actions of the chief executive. But like the other two branches, the courts, too, have also been unduly influenced by the riches of corporations and the wealthy few, handing down decisions that don’t always deliver justice but favor the elite at the top and treat unequally those at ...
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- October 12, 2012In this Moyers Moment from 1999, Justices Stephen Breyer and Anthony Kennedy explain the impact of judicial campaign contributions on our court system.
- October 12, 2012Collect and share judicial election ads to draw attention to well-funded attacks on court systems and judges nationwide.
- April 27, 2007Bill talks with Josh Marshall of Talking Points Memo about the Internet's role in the firings of federal prosecutors