Critics: George Soros Using Political Connections to Benefit His Foreign Policy Goals

Secretary of State John Kerry to introduce George Soros at State Department open forum Tuesday

Daniel Wiser The Washington Free Beacon 5/13/2014

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will introduce liberal megadonor George Soros at an open forum on Tuesday, the latest evidence of the billionaire using his political connections to benefit his investments and […]

Texas, Alabama tell U.N. it does not have jurisdiction to interfer with elections

State Attorney General Greg Abbott to the UN: Don’t Mess with Texas, Y’all

Bryan Preston Tatler PJ Media 10/23/2012

More elected American officials need to act like this.

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today advised the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe — a United Nations partner — that groups and individuals from outside […]

See no evil

One of President Obama’s advisers took money from foreign companies in corrupt countries. Where’s the coverage? Where’s the outrage?

Phil Mushnick The New York Post 8/18/2012

As a registered but less-than-loyal Democrat, I long scoffed at the long-held notion that the news media have a left-leaning, anti-Republican bias.

I didn’t believe it, primarily because I […]

The ‘flexibility’ doctrine

Charles Krauthammer The Washington Post 3/29/2012

“On all these issues, but particularly missile defense, this can be solved, but it’s important for him [Vladimir Putin] to give me space. . . . This is my last election. After my election, I have more flexibility.”

— Barack Obama to Dmitry Medvedev, open […]

Greed is Global

A world of corruption revealed by WikiLeaks.

Elizabeth Dickinson and Joshua E. Keating Foreign Policy 12/18/2010

It’s a dirty world. From the diamond mines of Zimbabwe to the government coffers of Pakistan, U.S. diplomats run into corruption everywhere they go. We slogged through the muck and grime of the WikiLeaked cables to find the most […]