Fascism, pronounced /ˈfæʃɪzəm/, is a political ideology that seeks to combine radical and authoritarian nationalism with a corporatist economic system, and which is usually considered to be on the far right of the traditional left-right political spectrum.[
The Supreme Court Thursday put what will probably be the final nail into the coffin of democracy in America when it overturned limits on corporate contributions of PACS and corporations to federal political campaigns.
This will undoubtedly open the door to a floodgate of political campaign bribery the likes of which has never been seen.
We already have a system heavily weighted in favor of the rich and powerful as evidenced by the dramatic accumulation of wealth by fewer and fewer individuals. The decision will likely block third party candidates fromhaving an opportunity to get a message out as unlimited contributions drive up the stakes in what is typically an unfair advantage to incumbent candidates because of their capacity to draw contribution from outside their own political district.
The Green Party has long opposed the legalized practice of taking money from entities other than United States citizens. And Green Party Congressional candidate Steve Wilkie pledges to continue to take a strong stand against what has become legalized bribery and graft. Steve’s campaign is running an increasingly uphill battle against the rich and powerful in favor of the common citizen who is already in a dire struggle to survive as jobs are outsourced to other countries and real incomes fall and the necessities of daily life become more and more expensive.
If you agree with Steve and the Green Party, we encourage you to get involved in with the Green Party and Steve’s campaign.