The timing of a story by the campaign finance reporters of the New York Times, and its placement in the paper’s national edition, is fraught with meaning. Articles in which the totemic names “Koch” or “Adelson” appear have a habit of being published in the prime time of an election cycle, and share the uncanny ability to float, bubble-like, to the front-page. Stories that deal with the liberal moneymen who finance the Democratic Party and its affiliates, by contrast, tend to appear after the fact or when nobody is looking, and, like ballast, fall to the back of the A section, obscured by ads for Tiffany’s, Burberry, and Zegna. I wonder why.
Liberal billionaire George Soros has joined the finance council of Ready for Hillary, the Super PAC rallying support for a potential presidential bid by Hillary Clinton, the Washington Post reports.
A network of liberal groups affiliated with the shadowy Democracy Alliance recently unveiled a plan to use millions in dark money to combat the rise of dark money.
Billionaire George Soros’ network of foundations contributes tens of millions of dollars annually to groups that wage “political warfare” against Israel, according to a new report.
Gregory Soros, the artist son of the billionaire and Democratic financier George Soros, is selling his $12 million Manhattan home, less than three years after he bought it.
A liberal nonprofit linked to an embattled North Carolina organization with deep ties into the left-wing philanthropic network is refusing to provide a copy of its tax forms as required by law.
President Barack Obama’s controversial labor secretary nominee is already under fire for his selective approach to racial discrimination as well as his ties to liberal billionaire George Soros.
Disagree all you want with George Soros on his political and ideological views, you got to recognize the man for reaching rarified air: getting a Hall Pass.
So it’s fair to understand the Hungarian Hugh Hefner having to lawyer up after getting sloppy with his harem and being on the receiving end of a glass lamp.
The New York Post has the dirt:
A nonprofit organization in North Carolina funded by liberal mega-donor George Soros has been linked to a viciously partisan strategy memo aimed at derailing the state Republican leadership’s legislative agenda, shedding light on a shadowy network of liberal groups in the state.