This just in from my Fellow Patriots at Capital Research Center.
Byron York of NRO recently discovered that George Soros’ Open Society Institute (OSI) donated money in 2002 to the defense fund of terrorist enabler and radical lawyer Lynne Stewart. CRC’s David Hogberg looks at the implications of this for other groups that have taken money from the OSI in an article for the American Spectator. Below is an extensive list of the groups that have taken $100,00 or more from OSI since 1999...
I have in my hand the whole list from A-Z. We will hunt these dogs down no matter where they hide.
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CRC board members and advisors include Terence Scanlon, a former appointee of the Reagan Administration and former vice president of the Heritage Foundation; Linda Chavez, also a former Reagan appointee and current (1997) president of the conservative Center for Equal Opportunity; William Simon, president of the Olin Foundation; Adam Meyerson, vice president at the Heritage Foundation; Walter E. Williams, the John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University; Michael Novak, American Enterprise Institute senior fellow; and T. Kenneth Cribb, president of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute.Via the Liberal Funded Terrorist Network at Media Transparency.
On a more personal note, may I also take this opportunity to thank my mentor and spiritual guide, Candidia Cruikshanks, and the Rooster Foundation of Wealth Bondage, for sponsoring this public service announcement and my annual stipend, which is just now up for renewal with possible raise. There is nothing I wouldn't do for the love of WB. They are good people. I would work for them for nothing, but it would set a bad example.