Last week, we had Congressman Keith Ellison on the 9:00 news to talk about getting big money out of politics. With 2012 going down as the first billion dollar election in U.S. History, many lawmakers are trying to overturn Citizens United. The reason the spending has gotten out of control is because of the Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commission. The court decided anyone should be able to spend an unlimited amount of money on PACs and let corporations and wealthy individuals spend unlimited money on political campaign advertisements. In the midterm elections of 2010, over $290 million was spent. That was four times more than the previous midterms in 2006. What would our Founding Fathers say if they saw where the system is at today? The "people's voice" is slowly getting drowned out by big money and major corporations. After Ellison's article Get Corporate Money out of Politics Amendment and his appearance on FOX 9, his opponent in the upcoming election wrote his own article about the hypocrisy of Eillison's statements. We have invited Chris Fields for an interview to give him his equal time on the matter and why he thinks Ellison's comments are off-base.