President Passing Disclose Act By Executive Order, Unions Exempt

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Forget the Congress, forget the Supreme Court, Obama is preparing an Executive Order to pass certain portions of the Disclose Act despite it’s having been shot down.

Update: The President passed an Executive Order to flout the SCOTUS decision on the Disclose Act. As if that was not bad enough, he just exempted the unions. The unions have bought the Democratic Party. Read more here: Unions exempt from executive order overruling SCOTUS decision on the Disclose Act
“As first reported by Pajamas Media, the White House is circulating a draft Executive Order (in full below) to agencies for comment. As drafted, the Executive Order would only affect government contractors—not unions—and would require the contractor, as well as its directors or officers, to disclose any contribution or expenditures.

(a) All contributions or expenditures to or on behalf of federal candidates, parties or party committees made by the bidding entity, its directors or officers, or any affiliates or subsidiaries within its control.

(b) Any contributions made to third party entities with the intention or reasonable expectation that parties would use those contributions to make independent expenditures or electioneering communications.

Clearly, the administration’s effort is aimed only at employers and, in the case of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, whatever associations they may belong to—while letting union bosses like Richard Trumka and the rest of his union co-horts spend hundreds of millions on further contaminating the electoral process…”
Read more here:Portions of the Disclose Act

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