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Justices Criticized at Congressional Hearing on Campaign Finance

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The U.S. Supreme Court drew heavy but familiar criticism from federal lawmakers Tuesday as Democrats pressed forward with a constitutional amendment to undo the high court's rulings in campaign finance cases.

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  • Darren McKinney

    Senators Leahy, Durbin, Schumer, Levin, Reid and all their would-be speech-stifling comrades make Joseph McCarthy look like an amateur. They shamelessly aspire to the opponent-silencing efficiency of Stalin, Mao, Castro and Kim. They‘re a disgrace.

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