Don't blame the NRA, blame campaign-funding rules, argue the editors of DeKalb's Daily Chronicle.   "The real problem lies with our political system’s failure to rein in the outsized influence of money in politics."  Unfortunately, never do they consider that the political system exercises a great deal of influence on the affairs of the population.
It is within our power to change the rules. This could require a constitutional amendment imposing strict limits on campaign contributions and spending, something that will preserve the rights of individuals to advance their views, without allowing a few people or interest groups to dominate.

Only by imposing stricter limits on the role of money in our electoral process will average Americans be able to reclaim the power that is rightly theirs.
What good is another constitutional amendment, when "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people" is a dead letter?

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