Rob Hager

Rob Hager is a public interest litigator who filed an amicus brief in the Montana sequel to Citizens United and has worked as an international consultant on anti-corruption policy and legislation.

Warren and Sanders: Compare and Contrast

Trump in Comey’s China Shop

The Comey Non-Crisis

Swamping the Supreme Court: No Cloture for Judge Gorsuch

The Only Fake News That Probably Threw the Election to Trump was not Russian 

“Those Damn Emails:” Comey’s Political Fix Unraveling

Supreme Court Legalizes Influence Peddling: McDonnell v. United States

The State Convention Gambit: How Sanders Lost Delegates in Minnesota

After Indiana: Sanders Wins another Purple State, But Remains Lost in a Haze of Bad Strategy and Rigged Delegate Math

Platform Perversity: More From the Campaign That Can’t Strategize

High Corruption: Hillary Clinton in the Hindu Kush

After the Ides of March Primaries: an Assessment of Sanders’ Prospects at the Halfway Point

Obama, Sanders and the Supreme Court

Blue-State Bernie and the DNC’s Plutocratic “Victory” Rules

In the Middle of an Electoral Revolution, Scalia Leaves the Plutocracy One Seat Short: And It’s a Radical Seat!

How Hillary Clinton Co-opted the Term “Progressive”

The Big Lie: Hillary the Pragmatist vs. Bernie the Dreamer

The State of the Plutocracy: The Kabuki President on Money in Politics

The Top Nine Developments that Defined the Struggle Between Plutocracy and Democracy in 2015

Rackets Science: the Influence Peddlers Protection Act of 2015 (H.R. 2029)

The Sanders Polling Anomaly

Hillary Clinton’s Weak Campaign Finance “Pillar”

Five Years of Citizens United

The Dubious Authority of the Supreme Court

Plutocratic Jurisprudence: Case VII

A Victory for the Constitution

Obama Versus Snowden

How the Manning Trial Betrayed the Constitution

Power Grab by the Roberts Five

Snowden’s Constitution, Obama’s Constitution, and Criminal Law

Money, Politics and the Roberts Court