Saturday, October 2, 2010

Rivers of Cash: How the George Soros Network Bankrolls the Far Left

George Soros is one of the most powerful men on earth. A New York hedge fund manager, he has amassed a personal fortune estimated at about $13 billion (as of 2009). His management company controls billions more in investor assets. Since 1979, Soros' foundation network -- whose flagship is the Open Society Institute (OSI) -- has dispensed more than $5 billion to a multitude of organizations whose objectives are consistent with those of Soros. (The President of OSI and the Soros Foundation Network is Aryeh Neier, former Director of the socialist League for Industrial Democracy.) With assets of $1.93 billion as of 2008, OSI alone donates scores of millions of dollars annually to these various groups, whose major agendas can be summarized as follows:


Thomas Perez: Obama Appointee Sees U.S. As Land of Discrimination

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Speaker Pelosi: Stand Up for Muslim Women, Not Islamists Like Rauf!

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That Damn State Health Plan

State Sen. Glenn Grothman (R-West Bend) has a facility for memorable quotes, to the delight of fans and the mockery of detractors. He quipped recently, “There are tens of thousands of people with master’s degrees who don’t have the common sense God gave a rabbit,” while commenting on Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker’s lack of a college degree. Liberal bloggers were rabid about that rabbit line.

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Friday, October 1, 2010

New Bill Requires Asking Children to Declare their Sexual Orientation

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Islam in France

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America’s One-Child Policy

For the last several months, Chinese officials have been floating the idea of relaxing the country’s famed “One-Child” policy. One-Child has long been admired in the West by environmentalists, anti-population doomsayers, and some of our sillier professional wise men. In Hot, Flat, and Crowded (2008), for instance, Tom Friedman lauded the policy for saving China from “a population calamity.” What Friedman and others fail to understand is that China is built upon a crumbling demographic base. One-Child may or may not have “saved” China from overpopulation, but it has certainly created a demographic catastrophe.

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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Immigration, World Poverty and Gumballs - Updated 2010

Milwaukee Now Fourth Poorest City in Nation

Milwaukee emerged as America's fourth-most impoverished big city in 2009, as the Great Recession rippled across the city and state, according to U.S. Census Bureau figures released Tuesday. Milwaukee's poverty rate reached 27%, up from 23.4% in the previous year. Only Detroit (36.4%), Cleveland (35%) and Buffalo (28.8%) had higher poverty rates among cities with populations greater than 250,000. Milwaukee was ranked 11th in 2008.

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