Jeff Faux, an economist who spoke on Book TV last week, wonders why we don't amend the constitution of the United States to deny personhood and citizenship status to any and all corporate entities, and to keep money from being classified as speech. I know it's negative, but if money can be defined as speech, why can't violence? Faux thinks that amending is a good way to stop businessmen from buying politicians and to keep the middle class from becoming a servant class. I signed. Here's the link: Move to Amend.