Gingrich at the Gate
By Bill Berkowitz | February 8, 2007
The former Speaker of the House continues his non-campaign for the GOP’s presidential nomination with warnings of a nuclear holocaust and by receiving $1 million from big-time Vegas gaming interests for his new 527 self-promoting "soft-money" organization. Read full story.
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A bastion of conservative academics, the Claremont Institute supports a number of advocacy outfits that push rightist causes in both foreign and domestic policy.
For the right’s "enfant terrible," a prolific writer and Hoover Institution fellow, the culture wars at home are the real cause behind 9/11.
An important financial backer of the Republican Party, Kadish is also a supporter of efforts to extend Israeli settlements in the Occupied Territories and backer of hardline pressure groups and think tanks.
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The Money behind the "Surge"
By Aaron Glantz | February 5, 2007
Congressional opponents of the Iraq "surge" plan might be content with passing non-binding resolutions, but activists are looking to turn off the money flow. Read full story.
By Jim Lobe | February 8, 2007
Recent official reports, including one by the U.S. intelligence community, paint an ugly picture about what lies ahead in Iraq, with at least one expert struck by the intelligence community’s "extreme pessimism." Read full story.
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