Liberal news watchdog Media Matters issued talking points defending the Department of Justice for tapping the phones of reporters with the Associated Press on Wednesday morning.
New York state is quickly becoming ground zero in the fight over free speech and corporate political spending as a top state official with ties to left-wing campaign finance reform groups attempts to pressure private companies into making their political contributions public.
Secretary of defense nominee Chuck Hagel sits on the board of a pro-Iran organization that has given millions of dollars to leftwing nonprofits and mainstream media outlets, organizations that are now leading the charge to support his nomination.
Bill Benter, who is funding an effort in support of Chuck Hagel’s nomination for Secretary of Defense, has a history of backing anti-Israel organizations.
The Obama campaign has dispatched Bill Clinton to raise money from a secretive group of big-money liberals.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) has collaborated with the progressive media-monitoring group Media Matters for America to counter negative coverage of the Department, the Daily Caller has reported.
A former domestic worker for a major Democratic donor and socialite has accused her husband of sexual harassment.
A recent ProPublica investigation into political nonprofits failed to disclose that one of the organization’s donors is a significant player in the world of “dark money” advocacy, while other contributors maintain deep ties to 501(c)4 groups supporting President Obama’s reelection campaign.
The Department of Justice is using the liberal “watchdog” group Media Matters for America to deflect questions about the Fast and Furious scandal, including those regarding a gun that might have been used in the murder of a U.S. Border Patrol agent.
Media Matters for America, the Obama administration-affiliated think tank that has been under fire for anti-Israel bias, was reportedly fashioned to be an opponent of Christianity, according to its tax filings.