In early 2008, the Supreme Court set off an intense public debate when it expanded corporations' rights to political speech in the landmark case Citizens United v. FEC.
Opponents argue that corporations should not be granted the same rights as individuals, and that unlimited corporate spending on elections threatens the democratic process.
On the other hand, proponents of the decision believe that by denying corporations the ability to spend money on politics, the government is stifling the fundamental right to free speech.
LearnLiberty has hand selected the best videos featuring both sides of this contentious debate. Check out the videos and let us know what you think. Should corporations have the right to spend money on politics? Is corporate spending a dangerous thing for democracy, or a benefit?
For more background on this issue check out our 1-minute video, Is Money Speech.