Bradley A. Smith — American Public Servant

Bradley A. Smith is a professor at Capital University Law School who served as Commissioner, Vice Chairman and Chairman of the Federal Election Commission between 2000 and 2005. He is best known for his writing and activities opposing campaign finance regulation... (wikipedia)

Elections are a competition with only one winner. Giving more money to the opponent every time one speaks on behalf of a favored candidate discourages the speech that triggers the matching funds.
Tax rates should never be raised in some brackets without being raised in all brackets.
By law, super PACs are required to disclose their donors. There are groups that have never had to disclose their donors, non-profits such as the Sierra Club, Planned Parenthood, the NAACP, and the NRA. If you want more disclosure, super PACs are a step forward.
The truth is, the 'Fortune' 500 prefer lobbying to campaigning.
Americans may not always live up to the Bill of Rights, but Americans do not ban books.