CommentsHaving lived in Wyoming, I'd definitely go back there before moving to New Jersey, Illinois or D.C.
Posted by mizdixie on 03/31 at 11:35 PM | #
So who died and made them king? There are way too many organizations out there with propaganda that reeks of self-interest and not objectivity. They just can't stand it unless they control it. Simple! Why are these organizations supported? Supported by other idiots looking to control every darn thing in our lives and country. Well, I guess it puts money back in to flow at the minimum, but is not money well spent!
Posted by Rosecrh on 03/31 at 02:34 PM | #
The extent of the far-left indoctrination in our country today is past alarming. Under the intentional deception and auspices of social camaraderie, those of us who are still able to SEE both sides of a coin are witnessing a time of grave danger to these once great United States of America - Washington and the Media have been bought, as have so many Judges and Entitlement Recipients. Good article, Mr. Barr. Keep fighting the good fight!
Posted by Heidi on 03/31 at 02:18 PM | #
The Center for Public Integrity is a LEFTIST group.
From Discover the networks:
Pew Charitable Trust grantee: Center for Pulbic Integrity.
Other Funders of the Center for Public Integrity
Town Creek Foundation
Barbara Streisand Foundation
Starting in 1994, Soros's Open Society Institute (OSI) and a few other leftist foundations began bankrolling front groups and so-called “experts” whose aim was to persuade Congress to swallow the fiction that millions of Americans were clamoring for “campaign-finance reform.” This deceptive strategy was the brainchild of Sean Treglia, a former program officer with the Pew Charitable Trusts.3 Between 1994 and 2004, some $140 million of foundation cash was used to promote campaign-finance reform. Nearly 90 percent of this amount derived from just eight foundations, one of which was OSI, which contributed $12.6 million to the cause.4 Among the major recipients of these OSI funds were such pro-reform organizations as Common Cause ($625,000); Public Campaign ($1.3 million); Democracy 21 ($300,000); the Alliance For Better Campaigns ($650,000); the Center For Public Integrity ($1.7 million); the Center For Responsive Politics ($75,000); Public Citizen ($275,000); and the Brennan Center for Justice (more than $3.3 million).5
FYI: Discover the networks is a great place to search groups, people, etc.
Posted by Romanticpoet on 03/31 at 11:05 AM | #
Is Wyoming More Corrupt than New Jersey?
Posted by Guest Column on Mar 30, 2012 at 03:14 PM
"Power does not corrupt. Fear corrupts ... perhaps the fear of a loss of power."
If you’ve recently seen the headlines declaring Wyoming as one of the most corrupt states in America, you might be scratching your head. Not that long ago the media instructed us that Wyoming was the “best run state” in the nation. Now, enter stage left, the Center for Public Integrity. This self-styled “reform” organization suggests that Wyoming is more corrupt than the Sopranos’ New Jersey, more corrupt than Blagojevich’s Illinois, and perhaps more corrupt than Marion Barry’s D.C.More...
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