Author Archives: Ron Fein

New CAP Report on Ending Foreign-Influenced Corporate Spending in U.S. Elections Highlights Problem, Validates FSFP’s Work

A new report from the Center for American Progress, written by senior fellow Michael Sozan, highlights the problem of political spending by foreign-influenced corporations. The report—which cites Free Speech For People’s pioneering legislative work in places like Seattle, St. Petersburg, … More »

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Statement of Free Speech For People Regarding Passage of H. Res. 660

We launched our impeachment campaign on January 20, 2017, the day of President Trump’s inauguration, because of his immediate and serious violations of the Constitution’s anti-corruption emoluments clauses. We welcome yesterday’s action by the House of Representatives specifying rules for … More »

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Trump’s War in Yemen Against Congressional Opposition is an Impeachable Offense

Six months after Congress expressly disapproved US military action in Yemen, the war continues unabated. Congress has additional tools available to restrict or end US involvement. But as Congress’s impeachment inquiry moves forward, there’s another question: Is President Trump’s ongoing … More »

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Statement of Free Speech For People Regarding Impeachment Proceedings

Free Speech For People, a national non-partisan non-profit organization that launched an impeachment campaign on the day of President Trump’s inauguration, welcomes House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s announcement reinvigorating the House Judiciary Committee’s impeachment inquiry. However, her plan leaves several key … More »

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Testimony to Massachusetts legislature in support of a resolution calling for impeachment of President Trump

The Massachusetts Legislature’s Joint Committee on Veterans and Foreign Affairs today heard testimony on a resolution supporting impeachment proceedings against President Donald J. Trump. The resolution, introduced in the state Senate by Sen. Jo Comerford in January, cites ten legal … More »

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Trump’s Ukraine scandal is an impeachable offense

The House impeachment inquiry must investigate the growing evidence that President Trump improperly pressured a foreign power to take action against Trump’s own domestic political opposition. According to reports, and confirmed by President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, Trump pressured … More »

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