Jeff Bezos's campaign donations place him smack dab in the middle of the political spectrum.
Even if tea party groups' nonprofit status applications had been denied, there's no way they would have paid real taxes. They just would have had to disclose donors.
Campaign finance advocate Fred Wertheimer explains why more and more political groups are filing as 501(c)(4)s.
Ron Wyden and Lisa Murkowski want to make super-PACs disclose their donors. But will their bill actually make a difference?
The Wall Street Journal takes a hard-eyed view at the super PACs least likely to make a dent in this year's races — like Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Yesterday, which believes the solutions to today's problems can be solved through time travel.