Common Cause

Kenny Stancil, staff writer
Common Cause called out Facebook's "pattern of making incremental concessions when its existing policies cause controversies and public outcry." (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Vow by social media giant to reject political ads that prematurely declare election winner slammed as 'another hollow gesture.'
Jon Queally, staff writer
The man who identified himself as James Fortune, photographed on a fishing boat off Cape Hatteras. He asked to accompany an employee of a nonpartisan voter education organization on the day-long trip, claiming he was an experienced fisherman. It turns out Fortune appears not to be who he claims to be. (Photo courtesy of the employee)
"Common Cause may be the target, but the attack is on our democracy and on the...
Lisa Newcomb, staff writer
New report details how state initiative leveled the playing field for...

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Wow. Recently surfaced is an NRA list of several hundred "anti-gun" organizations, celebrities and cor porations who have lent support to evil overlords who would steal our assault rifes and our liberty. Among them: The American Academy of Pediatrics, American Nurses Association, National Association of Chain Drug Stores, U.S. Catholic Conference, Tony Bennett, N Sync, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Time Warner. Man, the NRA world must be getting lonesome.