A secretive network of left-wing billionaires and their political operatives descended on the luxurious Biltmore Hotel in Miami over the weekend to discuss strategy for the coming elections.
Alex Seitz-Wald, a blogger for the far-left ThinkProgress blog of the Center for American Progress, announced on Twitter Friday that he will be joining the staff of the far-left Salon blog.
One of America’s largest foundations has set aside its history of building hospitals, libraries, and schools in order to pour millions into liberal political causes.
Center for American Progress (CAP) chairman John Podesta and Geoff Garin sent out a memo Saturday urging “interested parties” to help them in a campaign to blame oil companies for high gas prices.
Dr. Don Berwick, the former head of Medicare and Medicaid, will join controversial left-wing think tank Center for American Progress.
Politico’s Mike Allen reports in Playbook that a former Obama administration senior adviser and public affairs director is joining the Podesta Group, a Washington-based lobbying and public affairs organization. The group was co-founded by John Podesta, chair of the Center for American Progress.
Matthew Duss, a writer at the left-leaning Center For American Progress, is again under fire for beaming out virtual messages that are offensive to Jewish people.
A handful of nonprofit foundations are refusing to answer questions about a series of donations they made to two left-leaning think tanks that have been engulfed in a controversy over their employees’ use of a borderline anti-Semitic slur.
The co-author of a provocative report on “Islamophobia” has ties to a Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated organization and is the host of a website known for trafficking in radical, anti-Israel propaganda. Wajahat Ali is a self described “playwright, essayist, and attorney.” He is also the co-author of “Fear Inc.: The Roots of the Islamophobia Network in America,” a Center for American Progress-sponsored report that purports to expose the “small, tightly networked group of misinformation experts” on the right who aim to reach “millions of Americans through effective advocates, media partners, and grass-roots organizing.”
In the midst of a controversy that has engulfed the Center for American Progress (CAP) in allegations of anti-Israel and anti-Semitic rhetoric, CAP has deployed the services of a Democratic communications firm in order to manage the public-relations fallout.