N) Campaign Finance Reform
The political process is supposed to be one in which every citizen of worth and backing can have an equal chance to promote their candidacy. The reality is that only millionaires, with millions of dollars of campaign funds can reasonably win. The NAP supports a cap on campaign contributions such that ALL candidates have access to advertising and transportation costs, but that no one candidate enjoys limitless resources when others are spent bankrupt trying to compete.
While the NAP recognizes that corporate person-hood is a useful legal fiction for contracts and other legitimate business purposes, corporations should not be entitled to protection under the Bill of Rights. NAP supports an amendment to the U.S. Constitution affirming that corporations are not entitled to the constitutional rights of human beings.