A Reporters' Guide to the Goldwater Institute

Breaking: today, the Center for Media and Democracy and Arizona Working Families jointly issued a report titled "A Reporter's Guide to the Goldwater Institute: What Citizens, Policymakers, and Reporters Should Know." A link to that report is available for download below.

Lisa Graves

Lisa Graves is President of the Board of the Center for Media and Democracy and Director of Illumination Investigations. She is a well-known researcher, writer, and public speaker. Her research and analysis have been cited by every major paper in the country and featured in critically acclaimed books and documentaries, including Ava Du Vernay’s award-winning film, “The 13th,” Bill Moyers’s “United States of ALEC,” and Showtime’s “Years of Living Dangerously.”

 

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Good work. I also noticed that the Goldwater Institute's Director of Litigation Clint Bolick is also connected to immigration issues as the coauthor of Jeb Bush's new book.

What an eye-opening and shocking report. What irony, the "winner" of the stolen 2000 election appoints two Supreme Court justices who are the deciding votes in the 5-4 Citizens United case. And the same justices provide the winning votes in the Arizona Clean Government case, which results in requiring the taxpayers of Arizona to pay legal fees to the Goldwater Institute which undermines the interests of the citizens of the state, and which supports efforts which will probably attempt to fund more "winners" in the future.