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The Chronicles of Money, Politics, and Just the Guy We've Been Longing to Hear From on Income Inequality

Here's a recap of Public Campaign and Public Campaign Action Fund's (PCAF) work from October 24 through October 28, 2011.

Eric Cantor's Chicago speech--will he invite his billionaire donors?

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va) will finally give his speech on income inequality on Friday in the Chicago area—a week after he canceled one in Philadelphia because Occupy Wall Street protestors planned to attend.

The Chronicles of Money, Politics, and Third Quarter Fundraising

Here's a recap of Public Campaign and Public Campaign Action Fund's (PCAF) work from October 17 through October 21, 2011.

The Chronicles of Money, Politics, and Occupying Wall Street...and democracy

Here's a recap of Public Campaign and Public Campaign Action Fund's (PCAF) work from October 3 through October 7, 2011.

Eric Cantor Joins the 1%

At the “Values Voters Summit” today, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) said he was, “increasingly concerned” about the growing Occupy Wall Street protests. According to Dave Weigel at Slate, “Some in this town," he said, "have actually condoned the pitting of Americans against Americans."

House GOP Fall Agenda To Benefit Energy Interests

The Washington Post reported this morning that House Republicans will push to roll back any number of government regulations in the fall and that “the next month or so will focus on [Environmental Protection Agency] regulations.”

Here are some related energy industry numbers from the Center for Responsive Politics on campaign fundraising so far this cycle:

Eric Cantor's Op-Ed: Defending Campaign Donors?

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) has an op-ed in the Washington Post today attacking President Barack Obama's policy agenda.

If read with the Center for Responsive Politics website opened right next to you, the op-ed could also look like a defense of some of Cantor's biggest campaign contributors.

Some excerpts (in bold):