Articles (Page 34)

  • Ben Jealous out at NAACP

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    Fresh from five successful years of race-baiting and fomenting hatred, NAACP president Benjamin Jealous is leaving his post at the left-wing interest group. According to the Chronicle of Philanthropy,…
  • New York magazine punks itself

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    Dan Amira of New York magazine takes Fox News Channel to task for pointing out the fact that "Allahu akbar!" does not mean "thank God." Without bothering to do…
  • SEC investigating George Soros for fraud

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    The preeminent funder of the Left, George Soros, is being investigated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. According to the New York Post, The Securities and Exchange Commission is…
  • FDR’s witch hunt against conservatives

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    Federal targeting and intimidation of conservatives is nothing new, writes University of Alabama history professor David T. Beito. Franklin D. Roosevelt routinely audited the income taxes of such critics…
  • Conservatives need community

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    Over at PhilanthropyDaily.com, I have a piece commenting on an excellent essay in the Atlantic by AEI economist Michael Strain. He argues that conservatives are doing a disservice to their…
  • Gang of 8 Immigration Plan Has Communist Roots

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    Capital Research Center contributor James Simpson reports at WND that the immigration reform proposal backed by the “Gang of 8” and Congressman Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) was “originally conceived and…
  • Briefly Noted: July 2013

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    The American Civil Liberties Union and League of Women Voters are trying to stop Ohio officials from investigating credible reports of 39 “double voter” cases in Cincinnati. Both groups sent…
  • The Blueprint: How the Left hopes to capture America

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    The Blueprint: How the Left hopes to capture America By James Simpson, Organization Trends, July 2013 (PDF here) Summary: The Left’s strategy for unhindered political power continues to be refined.
  • James O’Keefe slams George Soros-funded Media Matters

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    A wonderful passage from James O’Keefe’s new book, Breakthrough: Our Guerrilla War to Expose Fraud and Save Democracy: Of all the anti-journalist organs, Media Matters, more formally Media Matters for…
  • Is Organizing for Action in trouble?

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    President Obama’s Alinskyite street army, Organizing for Action, is falling far short of fundraising targets. It has reportedly been forced to cut in half its first-year fundraising goal of $50…
  • Yes, you can live on a food stamp budget

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    An enterprising congressional aide has proven that, contrary to the claims of big government liberals, it is possible to live on a food stamp budget. From the Daily Caller:…
  • Fiscal sponsorship abuse

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    Cause of Action has released an interesting report on the problem of fiscal sponsorship abuse. The report is called “Conprofit: How the IRS’s Failed Oversight Allows Nonprofit Money Laundering.” (It…
  • District of Corruption airs tonight

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    Judicial Watch’s documentary District of Corruption makes its national television premiere tonight at 8 o’clock Eastern time (repeating at 11) on the AXS TV network, reaching 41 million households. HDNet…
  • Using Tax Exemptions as Weapons

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    Over at PhilanthropyDaily.com, I discuss recent attacks on the Boy Scouts’ tax exemptions by gay rights activists: The persecution of the Boy Scouts is just one more example of how…
  • Conservative Groups Were Targeted

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    CRC's Matthew Vadum wrote an article examining the IRS crackdown on conservative nonprofit groups: IRS Targeting of Conservatives: Indisputably Political By Matthew Vadum Despite propaganda relentlessly churned out by the…
  • Journ-O-List Lives!

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    The conspiracy between left-wing journalists to manufacture news favorable to Democrats and the Obama administration known as Journolist isn’t dead. After dismissing all the Obama scandals now raging…
  • Good government group True the Vote sues IRS

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    Catherine Engelbrecht of True the Vote announced that her anti-voter fraud group True the Vote is suing the Internal Revenue Service. Here's the group's press release:   True the…
  • R Street Institute hires new media heavyweight

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    The R Street Institute, a pro-free market think tank based here in Washington, D.C., has hired the brilliant Zach Graves to serve in the newly created position of director of…
  • Nonprofits for Bribery

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    At PhilanthropyDaily.com, I have a new post on a gun-control group’s complaint that the federal budget doesn’t have enough loose change in it to grease the “bribes” necessary to buy…
  • Progress Kentucky has close ties to Democratic Party

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    I have a news article at the Daily Caller today. Contrary to the established mainstream media narrative, the left-wing organization reported to be behind the alleged illegal wiretapping of Sen. Mitch McConnell’s…
  • Funders silent on the war on women

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    At PhilanthropyDaily.com, I have a piece on the disturbing fact that multi-billion-dollar foundations fund “population control” and “reproductive health services” but are silent about China’s war on women, even though…
  • Investigating some donors

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    Over at PhilanthropyDaily.com, I have a new piece on Sen. Carl Levin’s plan to open an investigation that will target giving to conservative political causes, especially by corporations.  Unions, the…