Peter Schweizer and Peter J. Boyer on the campaign-finance loophole that makes illegal donations possible.
Peter Schweizer is the president of the Government Accountability Institute and the William J. Casey Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. In 2008-09 he served as a consultant to the White House Office of Presidential Speechwriting and he is a former consultant to NBC News. He has written for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, National Review, Foreign Affairs, and elsewhere. His new book is Throw Them All Out.
How the welfare state became a profit center. By Peter Schweizer.
Meet the bundlers: A close look at some of the men and women who raise money for the president.
The Justice Department’s decision not to prosecute Goldman Sachs stems from the cronyism that has prevented action against big Wall Street firms, says Peter Schweizer.
Both campaigns are bashing away at sweetheart deals and insider advantages. But neither the Democrats or Republicans are serious about ending it. Peter Schweizer’s three easy fixes.
The pressure on Romney to release his tax returns continues to mount. But he is also failing to disclose all of his bundlers. Peter Schweizer on what the public is missing.
Attention, shareholders. We need a 10K statement showing where the U.S. really stands. By Peter Schweizer.
Why are so many members of Congress using the defense budget to line the pockets of friends and allies?