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Coalition for the International Criminal Court

The Commonwealth of Australia


The European Union
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Irish Aid
The Kingdom of Belgium
The Kingdom of Denmark
The Kingdom of the Netherlands
The Kingdom of Norway
The Kingdom of Sweden
The New Zealand Government
The Principality of Liechtenstein
The Republic of Austria
The Republic of Finland
The Swiss Confederation

Anonymous


The Ford Foundation
Glickenhaus Foundation
Herman Goldman Foundation
Humanity United
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Jones Day
Open Society Institute
Paul D. Schurgot Foundation
Roosevelt House School for Public Policy
Samuel Rubin Foundation
The Sigrid Rausing Trust
Thomas A. Todd Foundation

Robert S. Abernathy

Ethel G. Ackley

Dorothee Aeppli

Andrea Agnee

Lewis Agnew

Anne E. Ainsworth

Cameron Ainsworth

John K. Akers

Alan Alexander

William H. Allaway

Ralph B. Alpert

Jose Alvarez

Thomas S. Ambler

William D. Andersen

Joan H. Anderson

Tom Anderson

Anonymous

Eugene Antley

James R. Arnold

William R. Arnold

Hope Arthur

Julie Askins

Mary Austin

David Avital

James A. Babson

Jerald G. Bachman

Ivan A. Backer

Joseph Bacon

Carl A. Bade

Charlotte M. Bailey

Frederick K. Bailey

Barbara Bair

Joseph P. Baratta

Ruth Bardach

Elizabeth D. Barnhart

Jim S. Barton

Mary G. Bass

Harold Bauer

Amy W. Beam

Sharon A. Beck

Michael Beer

Marvin L. Bellin

Catherine Bergel

Gary A. Berger

Robert Bernstein

Giuseppe Bertani

Bernice K. Besch-Field

Lorne S. Birch

Kirk Birrell

E. K. Birth

Hugh M. Black

Charlotte A. Bleistein

Charles H. Bloomer

Ellen B. Blosser

Penny S. Bollard

Ross Boone

Fred W. Boring

Judith Boyd

Harry M. Bracken

Roland E. Brandel

Marie A. Braun

Rosamond D. Brenner

Keith F. Brill

William R. Brinker

Wade Britzius

Christine H. Brown

Frieda S. Brown

Larry Brown

Robert M. Brown

L. E. Brungraber

Bruce H. Bryant

Claude Buettner

Roger Buffett

Wayne L. Bullaughey

Mary C. Bunge

Richard Burkhart

Martha Bushnell

Burford Carlson

Carol Carr

Alfred F. Cavalari

Myron G. Chapman

David E. Christensen

Edward J. Cimermancic

Roger S. Clark

Harvey Coble

Rosemary K. Coffey

Don Colby

Anne Cole

Carol Colip

Patricia L. Collins

Darrell Cozen

Fred Crea

David M. Crossman

Carolyn A. Cunningham

Vernon Dahlheimer

Lori F. Damrosch

Noblet Danks

Cynthia Dantzic

Peter Davidse

Jennifer Davies

Ronald Davis

Charles B. Dayton

Eduardo De Botton

Rafael de Bustamante Tello

Richard P. Detar

Emily G. Diamond

James S. Diener

Jean Doble

Fred Dodge

Richard Dole

Daniel A. Dommasch

Barry S. Dorfman

J. C. Dougherty

Michael J. Dreher

Robert J. Dunne

Fred Duperrault

Eleanor C. Eagan

Marion E. Ebner

Peter Eilbott

Neil W. Elliott

A. Whitney Ellsworth

Ronald Elson

John A. Englund

Hilda Enoch

Ernst Epstein

Roger Ernst

David L. Evans

Gary T. Evans

Robert Ewart

John Ewbank

Garold L. Faber

James G. Fanelli

Curtis Farrar

Donald Ferencz

Harvey Fernbach

Mary Jane H. Flaith
Tony Fleming

Muriel R. Flood

Stephen J. Fobes

Mark E. Foreman

Karl Fossum

Jane R. Frankenberger

Esther Franklin

Miriam K. Fredenthal

Edmund E. Freeman

Barrett B. Frelinghuysen

Evan Freund

Donna A. Friedman

Robert H. Friedman

John Fries

Robert M. Frumkin

Barry D. Fuhrman

Glenn S. Fuller

Stephen A. Fulling

David F. Gage

Marie L. Gaillard

Thomas A. Gaines

Noeline Gannaway

Scott Garney

Louise Gerdts

Lucille A. Gervase

Walter Giger

Keith Gillette

Mark B. Ginsburg

Harlan E. Girard

Morton Gladstone

Ronald J. Glossop

Meredith B. Godoy

Jane E. Goldhamer

Elaine R. Goldman

Walter Goodman

Robert Goodrich

Anne B. Gray

David M. Graybeal

John Greenwell

Mary F. Groll

Donald Grubbs

Robert E. Guliford

Edgar B. Hale

J. Parker Hall

Julie Hall

Chris Hamer

Daniel A. Hamlin

Art Hanson

Robert F. Hanson

David Harbater

Carolyn Harder

Juliet F. Harding

Susan L. Harris

William K. Harris

Wendell Harter

David N. Hartman

Clifford E. Hauenstein

Mark A. Heald

Lloyd H. Heidgerd

William Heier

Dorothea Helmen

David I. Herschfeld

Margaret Herz

Judith Herzfeld

Edward I. Heyman

Verna Hildebrand

William Hillig

Edward Himmel

Harvey Hinshaw

John Hirschi

Harold W. Hirschlag

John Hockman

Lucille Hodge

Bartley G. Hoebel

John J. Hoffman

Nathaniel Hoffman

Walter Hoffmann

Harland W. Hoisington

Wilhelmina C. Holladay

Charles M. Holmes

Charles H. Holzinger

Charles Homeyer

Carolyn O. Hood

Marvin R. Horton

Richard Horvitz

Michael Hoshiko

Alfred A. Hough

Janet Hudgins

Jan Hull

Yorick G. Hurd

Sylvia Iwrey

Irma Jacobson

John Jagger

Adrian T. Jarrett

Edward H. Jeffery

M. W. Johnson

Robert K. Johnson

Joan Johnson-Bradsher

Peter I. Jokubka

Janice M. Jones

Lawrence H. Jones

Charles M. Judd

Floyd Judd

John A. Jungerman

Damien Kabbaz

Winston Kaehler

Charles Kahn

Flewid W. Kahn

Leonard Kahn

Richard Kannisto

Herbert Kanter

Leah Karpen

Michael Katakis

Ines Katic-Vrdoljak

Larry Kazdan

Charlie Keil

Susan Kenney

Raleigh M. Kent

Nancy B. Kenyon

Edwin Kessler

Gerald E. Kessler

Lowell Kingsley

John T. Kirkwood

Wallace G. Klein

Edmund Klemmer

Crandall R. Kline

Theodore L. Kneupper

Don L. Knutson

Robert F. Koenig

Morris Kornbluth

Maurine Kornfeld

Robert H. Kranich

Donald I. Kraus

Karen A. Krick

Myron W. Kronisch

Firuz Labib


Suzanne Lamborn

Stephen A. Lamony

Marie Ledyard

Herman D. Leighty

Craig B. Leman

Anna Lemkow

Ted Leutzinger

William Z. Lidicker

Robert K. Linback

Bengt Lindquist

Yvonne Logan

Mary L. Lovette

Dorothy M. Lovret

Vincent N. Lunetta

Mark Luttrell

Lorraine Lyman

Franklin R. Lyon

Daniel A. Lyons

Robert D. Mabbs

Joan MacDonald

Anil Mahajan

Thomas H. Mann

John R. Mannheim

Paul J. Marin

Wendy Marsh

Joseph J. Masiello

Betty F. Mast

Richard A. Matheson

Terry Lee Maul

Jamie Mayerfeld

Rob McCann

John H. McConnell

Stephen McConville

Tom McCoy

Susan McGovern

Catriona McLeod

Susan B. McLucas

Albert J. McQueen

Robert F. Meagher

Morton Mecklosky

Ulrich K. Melcher

Marjorie Melton

Eileen T. Mericle

John Merriam

Gabrielle O. Mertz

Wayne Metsker

Seymour Meyerson

Clara L. Milko

Elsie Miller

Paul G. Moe

Gerald Moede

William K. Monroe

Jeanne Moore

Terry Moore

Michael J. Moran

Anne Morlan

Antonio C. Mosconi

Andrew Moseby

James H. Mulder

Mary L. Nelson

Florence R. Nemkov

Raymond Neutra

Wesley Newman

Dirk Neyhart

Robert J. Niedermeier

Alex Novitzsky

Courtney O'Donnell

Jazzmyne Oda

Peter Ofner

Abby J. Olson

Howard Olson

Lynn F. Olson

John K. Orndorff

Peter Orvetti

Stuart Oskamp

Marvin P. Osman

William R. Pace

Arline Pacht

Darlena Pagan

Lavonne Painter

Roberto Palea

Darwin Palmiere

Rik Panganiban

George Papagno

Jane C. Parr

Erica P. Parra

Anthony L. Pavlick

Cynthia Payne

Roger Peace

Elwyn K. Peckham

Polly A. Penney

John A. Perkins

Kathaleen Perkins

Thomas E. Perry

Carolyn Peskin

Lorin Peters

Carolyn C. Peterson

Harry Petrequin

Paul Petrie

Steven W. Phillippy

Edith W. Pierson

Richard N. Pierson

Vincent E. Platt

Gordon Podensky

Michael Podolin

Gertrude Pojman

Herbert Posner

June M. Potochnik

Stephen D. Pratt

Robert Press

Homer E. Price

Vito Proia

Ruth Purkaple

Edith Quevedo

Bruce Rabb

Lorelle Raboni

Richard G. Ramsdell

Alan Ranford

George H. Rawitscher

Edward Rawson

L. J. Reed

Jerry D. Rees

Roland Reisley

Suzanne Renna

Julie Reynolds

Lou Rhoades

Robert J. Richard

Ann F. Rigney

Joseph Rimmer

Margaret Robarts

Annie E. Roberts

Robert F. Robinson

Peter L. Roda

Richard W. Roether

Peter Rogatz

Kermit Rohde


Robert Rorden

Menko Rose

Ann Rosenberg

Wolfgang H. Rosenberg

Joseph B. Rosenblatt

Emma J. Ross

William E. Rupel

Michael Rusli

Emily Rutherford

Edmund W. Rydell

Jane Sandler

Harry M. Santo

Lillian D. Savage

Lavern P. Schafer

Daniel Schaubacher

Naomi Schechter

Robert Scheelen

Peter Schenck

Marlyn G. Schepers

Sylvia Schneider

Gavin Schnitzler

Andrew Schoenberg

Lessie N. Schontzler

Barbara V. Schugt

Joseph E. Schwartzberg

William H. Searles

Michael Sedberry

Fred Segal

Grace Seiler

John S. Selby

Graeme Sephton

Roberta P. Setzer

Ellie Shacter

Gretchen Shafer

Anne Shainline

Joel B. Shapiro

Milton Shapiro

Mahmoud Shahriar Sharei

Helen Sharpe

Walter T. Shatford

Nicholas Shestople

Suzanne Shinkle

Daniel Shively

Edmund C. Short

Lawrence P. Simms

Milton N. Singer

Norri Sirri

Raymond N. Skaddan

Alain Small

Eda B. Smith

Harlan M. Smith

James Smith

William Smolin

Samuel M. Snipes

Judy Snow-Clewell

Wayne E. Snyder

Steven Soifer

David Solomon

Kurt Sonneborn

Marguerite R. Spears

Hart Squire

Norman F. Stanley

Larry Steur

J. W. Strahan

Robert Stuart

Margaret M. Sturtevant

Michael Sullivan

John Surr

Elizabeth C. Sussman

Brian Swoffer

Emily Z. Tabuteau

Timothy Takaro

Nelson S. Talbott

Betty C. Taylor

William L. Taylor

Yvonne Terlingen

Tete H. Tetens

Erika Teutsch

Jerome Thaler

Max Thelen

Marjorie Thornton

Afonso R. Thury

Jennifer Trahan

Richard Trenholm

Frank Trotta

Owen Trout

Robert L. True

Paul H. Turnrose

Jay Tyson

Jack M. Valpey

Johan van der Vyver

Robert van Duinen

Chris van Marwijk

Ruth S. Villalovos

Philippe Voiron

Karl J. Volk

Arvind Vora

Donald P. Wagner

Barbara M. Walker

Tze Koong Wang

Robert Warman

Laurence Warwar

John Washburn

Elton Watlington

Richard Weaver

Jeffrey B. Wehking

Michael Weinberg

Steven Weinberg

Sally B. Weinstock

Howard Weissberg

Betty A. Welch

Claude Welch

William H. Wells

Charles Wen

Hildegard West

Norman R. West

James H. Westfall

L. E. Wethington

Elizabeth A. Wheeler

Joseph C. Wheeler

Caroline White

Judith L. Williams

Paul Winder

John W. Windhorst

H. L. Winter

Raymond H. Wittcoff

Lawrence Wittner

Barbara Wolcott

Alice Xie

Harry Yeide

Richard S. Yell

H. G. Ziegenfuss

Margaret Zierdt

Ruth Zinar

Margret Zwiebel

Source: http://www.coalitionfortheicc.org/?mod=supporters


Blueprint NC Buddies


American Civil Liberties Union

Action Institute North Carolina

Alliance of North Carolina Black Elected Officials

Appalachian Voices

Beloved Community Center of Greensboro, Inc.

Carolina Justice Policy Center

Children First/Communities In Schools of Buncombe County

Coalicion Latino Americana, Inc. / Latin American Coalition

Common Cause Education Fund

Democracy North Carolina

Disability Rights North Carolina

El Pueblo, Inc.

Environment North Carolina Research and Policy Center, Inc.

Institute for Southern Studies

League of Women Voters North Carolina

MomsRising

NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina Foundation

National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Educational Fund

North Carolina A. Philip Randolph Institute, Inc.

North Carolina A.I.D.S. Action Network

North Carolina Association of Community Development Corporations

North Carolina Conservation Network

North Carolina Fair Share Community Development Corportation

North Carolina Justice Center

North Carolina League of Conservation Voters Foundation

North Carolina PIRG Education Fund

North Carolinians Against Gun Violence Education Fund, Inc.

People’s Alliance Fund

Planned Parenthood South Atlantic

Progress North Carolina

Public Schools First North Carolina

Southeast Asian Coalition

Southern Coalition for Social Justice

Southern Vision Alliance

Spirit In Action

North Carolina Council of Churches

Toxic Free NC

Unifour ONE

WakeUp Wake County, Inc.

Women AdvaNCe

Working America Education Fund

Source: http://www.blueprintnc.org/partners/


Independent Media Institute Buddies


ACORN, American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, theAmerican Friends Service Committee, the Brennan Center for Justice, the Center for Community Change, the Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund, Friends of the Earth, Global Exchange, the Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride Coalition, the Florida League of Conservation Voters, the League of United Latin American Citizens, the League of Women Voters, theMexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, the National Organization for Women, San Francisco Physicians for Social Responsibility, Planned Parenthood, Public Citizen, the Rainforest Action Network, Refuse & Resist!, the Ruckus Society, the Service Employees International Union, the Sierra Club, and the Soros foundation Community Fellows.

Akonadi Foundation, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, theArca Foundation, the Bioneers Foundation, the Bloome Foundation, the Branscomb Family Foundation, the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, the Cloud Mountain Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the Ford Foundation, Funding Exchange, the Glaser Progress Foundation, the McKay Foundation, the Nathan Cummings Foundation, the New York Community Trust, the New York Foundation, the Open Society Institute, the Park Foundation, the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund, the RSF Global Community Fund, theSchumann Center for Media and Democracy, the Surdna Foundation, the Threshold Foundation, the Town Creek Foundation, the Wallace Global Fund, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and the Working Assets Grantmaking Fund of the Tides Foundation

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=7349

Faithful America Buddies


The Jewish Council For Public Affairs, the Muslim Public Affairs Council, the National Council of Churches of Christ (NCC) , Sojourners, and Vote the Common Good.

Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good , FPL, the Gamaliel Foundation, the PICO National Network , Open Society Institute , and American Dream Movement.

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=7603


Human Rights Watch Funders


Ahmanson Foundation; theCarnegie Corporation of New York; the Columbia Foundation; the David and Lucile Packard Foundation; the Ford Foundation; the JEHT Foundation; the J.M. Kaplan Fund; the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; the Joyce Foundation; the Nathan Cummings Foundation; the Open Society Institute; the Righteous Persons Foundation; the Rockefeller Brothers Fund; the Rockefeller Foundation; the Scherman Foundation; and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=6258


Ms. Foundation for Women Buddies


National Council of Women's Organizations, American Express Foundation, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the AT&T Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the Educational Foundation of America, the Fannie Mae Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Nathan Cummings Foundation, the Open Society Institute, the Public Welfare Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Sara Lee Foundation, the Scherman Foundation, the Surdna Foundation, theTurner Foundation, the Verizon Foundation, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

Moriah Fund , Alliance for Justice, the American Civil Liberties Union, Amnesty International, the Center for Community Change, the Children's Defense Fund, Choice USA, Fair Vote, the Feminist Majority Foundation, the Funding Exchange, Green For All, the Institute for Women's Policy Research, the NAACP, NARAL, the National Council for Research on Women, the National Council of Women's Organizations, the National Immigration Law Center, the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, the National Organization for Women Legal Defense Fund, the National Partnership for Women & Families, the National Women's Law Center, the New World Foundation, Planned Parenthood, Political Research Associates, Project Vote, the Proteus Fund, the Service Employees International Union, the Tides Center,Women's Action for New Directions, and the YWCA

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/printgroupProfile.asp?grpid=7170


Shadow Party Buddies


1) America Coming Together (ACT): Jump-started by Soros's $10 million grant, ACT in 2004 ran what it called “the largest voter-contact program in history,” with more than 1,400 full-time paid canvassers contacting potential voters door-to-door and by phone.

2) Center For American Progress (CAP): This entity was established to serve as a think tank promoting leftist ideas and policy initiatives. Soros, enthusiastic about the Center's potential, pledged in July 2003 to donate up to $3 million to help get the project off the ground. From the outset, CAP's leadership featured a host of former high-ranking officials from the Clinton administration. Hillary Clinton predicted that the organization would provide “some new intellectual capital” with which to “build the 21st-century policies that reflect the Democrat Party's values.” George Soros and Morton Halperin together selected former Clinton chief of staff John Podesta to serve as president of CAP. Podesta said his goal was to develop CAP as a “think tank on steroids,” featuring “a message-oriented war room” that “will send out a daily briefing to refute the positions and arguments of the right.”

3) America Votes: This national coalition coordinated the efforts of many get-out-the-vote organizations and their thousands of contributing activists. Soros's support for America Votes would continue well past 2004. Indeed he would donate $2.15 million to this coalition in the 2006 election cycle, another $1.25 million in the 2008 cycle, and yet another $1.25 million in 2010.

4) Media Fund: Describing itself as “the largest media-buying organization supporting a progressive message” in the United States, this group produced and strategically placed political ads in the print, broadcast, and electronic media.

5) Joint Victory Campaign 2004 (JVC): This fundraising entity focused on collecting contributions and then disbursing them chiefly to America Coming Together and the Media Fund. In 2004 alone, JVC channeled $19.4 million to the former, and $38.4 million to the latter. Soros personally gave JVC more than $12 million that year.

6) Thunder Road Group (TRG): This political consultancy coordinated strategy for America Coming Together,  America Votes, and the Media Fund. Its duties included strategic planning, polling, opposition research, covert operations, and public relations.

7) MoveOn.org: This California-based entity was the only one of the Shadow Party's core groups that was not a new startup operation. Launched in September 1998, MoveOn is a Web-based political network that organizes online activists around specific issues, raises money for Democratic candidates, generates political ads, and is very effective at recruiting young people to support Democrats. In November 2003, Soros pledged to give MoveOn $5 million to help its cause.

ACORN; the AFL-CIO; the AFSCME; the American Federation of Teachers; the Association of Trial Lawyers of America; the Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund; EMILY's List; the Human Rights Campaign; the League of Conservation Voters; the NAACPNARAL Pro-Choice America; the National Education AssociationPeople for the American WayPlanned Parenthood; the Service Employees International Union; and the Sierra Club.

Democracy Alliance (DA)

Progressive Legislative Action Network (PLAN)

Secretary of State Project (SoSP)

Source: http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/groupProfile.asp?grpid=6706

George Soros Groups

Organizations Funded Directly by George Soros and his Open Society Institute


Advancement Project

Air America Radio

All of Us or None

Alliance for Justice

America Coming Together

America Votes

America's Voice

American Bar Association Commission on Immigration Policy

American Bridge 21st Century

American Civil Liberties Union

American Constitution Society for Law and Policy

American Family Voices

American Federation of Teachers

American Friends Service Committee

American Immigration Council

American Immigration Law Foundation

American Independent News Network

American Institute for Social Justice

American Library Association

The American Prospect, Inc.

Amnesty International

Applied Research Center

Arab American Institute Foundation

Aspen Institute

Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now

Ballot Initiative Strategy Center

Bill of Rights Defense Committee

Black Alliance for Just Immigration

Blueprint North Carolina

Brennan Center for Justice

Brookings Institution

Campaign for America's Future

Campaign for Better Health Care

Campaign for Youth Justice

Campus Progress

Casa de Maryland

Catalist

Catholics for Choice

Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good

Center for American Progress

Center for Community Change

Center for Constitutional Rights

Center for Economic and Policy Research

Center for Reproductive Rights

Center for Responsible Lending

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

Center on Wisconsin Strategy (COWS)

Change America Now

Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington

Coalition for an International Criminal Court

Common Cause

Constitution Project

Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund

Democracy Alliance

Democracy 21

Democracy Now!

Democratic Justice Fund

Democratic Party

Demos

Drum Major Institute



Earthjustice

Economic Policy Institute

Electronic Privacy Information Center

Ella Baker Center for Human Rights

EMILY's List

Energy Action Coalition

Equal Justice USA

Fair Immigration Reform Movement

Faithful America

Feminist Majority

Four Freedoms Fund

Free Exchange on Campus

Free Press

Funding Exchange

Gamaliel Foundation

Gisha: Center for the Legal Protection of Freedom of Movement

Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect

Global Exchange

Grantmakers Without Borders

Green For All

Health Care for America Now

Human Rights Campaign

Human Rights First

Human Rights Watch

I'lam

Immigrant Defense Project



Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Immigrant Workers Citizenship Project

Immigration Advocates Network

Immigration Policy Center

Independent Media Center

Independent Media Institute

Institute for America's Future

Institute for New Economic Thinking

Institute for Policy Studies

Institute for Public Accuracy

Institute for Women's Policy Research

International Crisis Group

J Street

Jewish Funds for Justice

Joint Victory Campaign 2004

Justice at Stake: This coalition calls for judges to be appointed by nonpartisan, independent commissions in a process known as “merit selection,” rather than elected by the voting public.

LatinoJustice PRLDF: This organization supports bilingual education, the racial gerrymandering of voting districts, and expanded rights for illegal aliens. 

Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law: This group views America as an unremittingly racist nation; uses the courts to mandate race-based affirmative action preferences in business and academia; has filed briefs against the Department of Homeland Security's efforts to limit the wholesale granting of green cards and to identify potential terrorists; condemns the Patriot Act; and calls on Americans to "recognize the contribution" of illegal aliens.

League of United Latin American Citizens: This group views America as a nation plagued by "an alarming increase in xenophobia and anti-Hispanic sentiment"; favors racial preferences; supports the legalization of illegal Hispanic aliens; opposes military surveillance of U.S. borders; opposes making English America's official language; favors open borders; and rejects anti-terrorism legislation like the Patriot Act.

League of Women Voters Education Fund: The League supports taxpayer-funded abortion-on-demand; supports "motor-voter" registration, which allows anyone with a driver's license to become a voter, regardless of citizenship status; and supports tax hikes and socialized medicine.

League of Young Voters: This organization seeks to “empowe[r] young people nationwide” to “participate in the democratic process and create progressive political change on the local, state and national level[s].”

Lynne Stewart Defense Committee: IRS records indicate that Soros's Open Society Institute made a September 2002 grant of $20,000 to this organization. Stewart was the criminal-defense attorney who was later convicted for abetting her client, the "blind sheik" Omar Abdel Rahman, in terrorist activities connected with his Islamic Group.

Machsom Watch: This organization describes itself as "a movement of Israeli women, peace activists from all sectors of Israeli society, who oppose the Israeli occupation and the denial of Palestinians' rights to move freely in their land."

MADRE: This international women's organization deems America the world's foremost violator of human rights. As such, it seeks to "communicat[e] the real-life impact of U.S. policies on women and families confronting violence, poverty and repression around the world," and to "demand alternatives to destructive U.S. policies." It also advocates unrestricted access to taxpayer-funded abortion-on-demand.

Malcolm X Grassroots Movement: This group views the U.S. as a nation replete with racism and discrimination against blacks; seeks to establish an independent black nation in the southeastern United States; and demands reparations for slavery.

Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition: This group calls for the expansion of civil rights and liberties for illegal aliens; laments that illegal aliens in America are commonly subjected to "worker exploitation"; supports tuition-assistance programs for illegal aliens attending college; and characterizes the Patriot Act as a "very troubling" assault on civil liberties.

Media Fund: Soros played a major role in creating this group, whose purpose was to conceptualize, produce, and place political ads on television, radio, print, and the Internet.

Media Matters for America: This organization is a "web-based, not-for-profit … progressive research and information center" seeking to "systematically monitor a cross-section of print, broadcast, cable, radio, and Internet media outlets for conservative misinformation." The group works closely with the Soros-backed Center for American Progress, and is heavily funded by Democracy Alliance, of which Soros is a major financier.

Mercy Corps: Vis a vis the Arab-Israeli conflict, Mercy Corps places all blame for Palestinian poverty and suffering directly on Israel.

Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund: This group advocates open borders, free college tuition for illegal aliens, lowered educational standards to accommodate Hispanics, and voting rights for criminals. In MALDEF's view, supporters of making English the official language of the United States are "motivated by racism and anti-immigrant sentiments," while advocates of sanctions against employers reliant on illegal labor seek to discriminate against "brown-skinned people."

Meyer, Suozzi, English and Klein, PC: This influential defender of Big Labor is headed by Democrat operativeHarold Ickes.

Midwest Academy: This entity trains radical activists in the tactics of direct action, targeting, confrontation, and intimidation.

Migration Policy Institute: This group seeks to create "a North America with gradually disappearing border controls ... with permanent migration remaining at moderate levels."

Military Families Speak Out: This group ascribes the U.S. invasion of Iraq to American imperialism and lust for oil.

Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment: This group is the rebranded Missouri branch of the now-defunct, pro-socialist, community organization ACORN.

MoveOn.org: This Web-based organization supports Democratic political candidates through fundraising, advertising, and get-out-the-vote drives.

Ms. Foundation for Women: This group laments what it views as the widespread and enduring flaws of American society: racism, sexism, homophobia, and the violation of civil rights and liberties. It focuses its philanthropy on groups that promote affirmative action for women, unfettered access to taxpayer-funded abortion-on-demand, amnesty for illegal aliens, and big government generally.

NARAL Pro-Choice America: This group supports taxpayer-funded abortion-on-demand, and works to elect pro-abortion Democrats.

NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund: The NAACP supports racial preferences in employment and education, as well as the racial gerrymandering of voting districts. Underpinning its support for race preferences is the fervent belief that white racism in the United States remains an intractable, largely undiminished, phenomenon.

The Nation Institute: This nonprofit entity sponsors leftist conferences, fellowships, awards for radical activists, and journalism internships.

National Abortion Federation: This group opposes any restrictions on abortion at either the state or federal levels, and champions the introduction of unrestricted abortion into developing regions of the world.

National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty: This group was established in 1976 as the first "fully staffed national organization exclusively devoted to abolishing capital punishment."

National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy: This group depicts the United States as a nation in need of dramatic structural change financed by philanthropic organizations. It overwhelmingly promotes grant-makers and grantees with leftist agendas, while criticizing their conservative counterparts.

National Committee for Voting Integrity: This group opposes "the implementation of proof of citizenship and photo identification requirements for eligible electors in American elections as the means of assuring election integrity."

National Council for Research on Women: This group supports big government, high taxes, military spending cuts, increased social welfare spending, and the unrestricted right to taxpayer-funded abortion-on-demand.

National Council of La Raza: This group lobbies for racial preferences, bilingual education, stricter hate-crime laws, mass immigration, and amnesty for illegal aliens.

National Council of Women's Organizations: This group views the United States as a nation rife with injustice against girls and women. It advocates high levels of spending for social welfare programs, and supports race and gender preferences for minorities and women in business and academia.

National Immigration Forum: Opposing the enforcement of present immigration laws, this organization urges the American government to "legalize" en masse all illegal aliens currently in the United States who have no criminal records, and to dramatically increase the number of visas available for those wishing to migrate to the U.S. The Forum is particularly committed to opening the borders to unskilled, low-income workers, and immediately making them eligible for welfare and social service programs.

National Immigration Law Center: This group seeks to win unrestricted access to government-funded social welfare programs for illegal aliens.

National Lawyers Guild: This group promotes open borders; seeks to weaken America's intelligence-gathering agencies; condemns the Patriot Act as an assault on civil liberties; rejects capitalism as an unviable economic system; has rushed to the defense of convicted terrorists and their abettors; and generally opposes all U.S. foreign policy positions, just as it did during the Cold War when it sided with the Soviets.

National Organization for Women: This group advocates the unfettered right to taxpayer-funded abortion-on-demand; seeks to "eradicate racism, sexism and homophobia" from American society; attacks Christianity and traditional religious values; and supports gender-based preferences for women.

National Partnership for Women and Families: This organization supports race- and sex-based preferences in employment and education. It also advocates for the universal "right" of women to undergo taxpayer-funded abortion-on-demand at any stage of pregnancy and for any reason.

National Priorities Project: This group supports government-mandated redistribution of wealth -- through higher taxes and greater expenditures on social welfare programs. NPP exhorts the government to redirect a significant portion of its military funding toward public education, universal health insurance, environmentalist projects, and welfare programs.

National Public Radio: Founded in 1970 with 90 public radio stations as charter members, NPR is today a loose network of more than 750 U.S. radio stations across the country, many of which are based on college and university campuses. (source)

National Security Archive Fund: This group collects and publishes declassified documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act to a degree that compromises American national security and the safety of intelligence agents.

National Women's Law Center: This group supports taxpayer-funded abortion-on-demand; lobbies against conservative judicial appointees; advocates increased welfare spending to help low-income mothers; and favors higher taxes for the purpose of generating more funds for such government programs as Medicaid, food stamps, welfare, foster care, health care, child-support enforcement, and student loans.

Natural Resources Defense Council: One of the most influential environmentalist lobbying groups in the United States, the Council claims a membership of one million people.

New America Foundation: This organization uses policy papers, media articles, books, and educational events to influence public opinion on such topics as healthcare, environmentalism, energy policy, the Mideast conflict, global governance, and much more.

New Israel Fund: This organization gives support to NGOs that regularly produce reports accusing Israel of human-rights violations and religious persecution.

NewsCorpWatch: A project of Media Matters For America, NewsCorpWatch was established with the help of a $1 million George Soros grant to Media Matters.

Pacifica Foundation: This entity owns and operates Pacifica Radio, awash from its birth with the socialist-Marxist rhetoric of class warfare and hatred for capitalism.

Peace and Security Funders Group: This is an association of more than 60 foundations that give money to leftist anti-war and environmentalist causes. Its members tend to depict America as the world's chief source of international conflict, environmental destruction, and economic inequalities.

Peace Development Fund: In PDF's calculus, the United States needs a massive overhaul of its social and economic institutions. "Recently," explains PDF, "we have witnessed the negative effects of neo-liberalism and the globalization of capitalism, the de-industrialization of the U.S. and the growing gap between the rich and poor ..."

People for the American Way: This group opposes the Patriot Act, anti-terrorism measures generally, and the allegedly growing influence of the "religious right."

People Improving Communities Through Organizing: This group uses Alinsky-style organizing tactics to advance the doctrines of the religious left.

Physicians for Human Rights: This group is selectively and disproportionately critical of the United States and Israel in its condemnations of human rights violations.

Physicians for Social Responsibility: This is an anti-U.S.-military organization that also embraces the tenets of radical environmentalism.

Planned Parenthood: This group is the largest abortion provider in the United States and advocates taxpayer-funded abortion-on-demand.

Ploughshares Fund: This public grantmaking foundation opposes America's development of a missile defense system, and contributes to many organizations that are highly critical of U.S. foreign policies and military ventures.

Prepare New York: This group supported the proposed construction of a Muslim Community Center near Ground Zero in lower Manhattan – a project known as the Cordoba Initiative, headed by Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf.

Presidential Climate Action Project: PCAP's mission is to create a new 21st-century economy, completely carbon-free and based largely on renewable energy. A key advisor to the organization is the revolutionary communist Van Jones.

Prison Moratorium Project: This initiative was created in 1995 for the express purpose of working for the elimination of all prisons in the United States and the release of all inmates. Reasoning from the premise that incarceration is never an appropriate means of dealing with crime, it deems American society's inherent inequities the root of all criminal behavior.

Progressive Change Campaign Committee: This organization works “to elect bold progressive candidates to federal office and to help [them] and their campaigns save money, work smarter, and win more often.”

Progressive States Network: PSN's mission is to "pass progressive legislation in all fifty states by providing coordinated research and strategic advocacy tools to forward-thinking state legislators."

Project Vote: This is the voter-mobilization arm of the Soros-funded ACORN. A persistent pattern of lawlessness and corruption has followed ACORN/Project Vote activities over the years.

Pro Publica: Claiming that “investigative journalism is at risk,” this group aims to remedy this lacuna in news publishing by “expos[ing] abuses of power and betrayals of the public trust by government, business, and other institutions, using the moral force of investigative journalism to spur reform through the sustained spotlighting of wrongdoing.”

Proteus Fund: This foundation directs its philanthropy toward a number of radical leftwing organizations.

Public Citizen Foundation: Public Citizen seeks increased government intervention and litigation against corporations -- a practice founded on the notion that American corporations, like the capitalist system of which they are a part, are inherently inclined toward corruption.

Public Justice Center: Viewing America as a nation rife with injustice and discrimination, this organization engages in legislative and policy advocacy to promote "systemic change for the disenfranchised."

Rebuild and Renew America Now (a.k.a. Unity '09): Spearheaded by MoveOn.org and overseen by longtime activist Heather Booth, this coalition was formed to facilitate the passage of President Obama’s "historic" $3.5 trillion budget for fiscal year 2010.

Res Publica: Seeking to advance far-left agendas in places all around the world, RP specializes in “E-advocacy,” or web-based movement-building.

Secretary of State Project: This project was launched in July 2006 as an independent "527" organization devoted to helping Democrats get elected to the office of Secretary of State in selected swing, or battleground, states.

Sentencing Project: Asserting that prison-sentencing patterns are racially discriminatory, this initiative advocates voting rights for felons.

Social Justice Leadership: This organization seeks to transform an allegedly inequitable America into a "just society" by means of "a renewed social-justice movement."

Shadow Democratic Party: This is an elaborate network of non-profit activist groups organized by George Soros and others to mobilize resources -- money, get-out-the-vote drives, campaign advertising, and policy iniatives -- to elect Democratic candidates and guide the Democratic Party towards the left.

Sojourners: This evangelical Christian ministry preaches radical leftwing politics. During the 1980s it championed Communist revolution in Central America and chastised U.S. policy-makers for their tendency "to assume the very worst about their Soviet counterparts." More recently, Sojourners has taken up the cause of environmental activism, opposed welfare reform as a "mean-spirited Republican agenda," and mounted a defense of affirmative action.

Southern Poverty Law Center: This organization monitors the activities of what it calls “hate groups” in the United States. It exaggerates the prevalence of white racism directed against American minorities.

State Voices: This coalition helps independent local activist groups in 22 states work collaboratively on a year-round basis, so as to maximize the impact of their efforts.

Talking Transition: This was a two-week project launched in early November 2013 to “help shape the transition” to City Hall for the newly elected Democratic mayor of New York, Bill de Blasio.

Think Progress: This Internet blog "pushes back, daily," by its own account, against its conservative targets, and seeks to transform "progressive ideas into policy through rapid response communications, legislative action, grassroots organizing and advocacy, and partnerships with other progressive leaders throughout the country and the world."

Thunder Road Group: This political consultancy, in whose creation Soros had a hand, coordinates strategy for the Media Fund, America Coming Together, and America Votes.

Tides Foundation and Tides Center: Tides is a major funder of the radical Left.

U.S. Public Interest Research Group: This is an umbrella organization of student groups that support leftist agendas.

Universal Healthcare Action Network: This organization supports a single-payer health care system controlled by the federal government.

Urban Institute: This research organization favors socialized medicine, expansion of the federal welfare bureaucracy, and tax hikes for higher income-earners.

USAction Education Fund: USAction lists its priorities as: "fighting the right wing agenda"; "building grassroots political power"; winning "social, racial and economic justice for all"; supporting a system of taxpayer-funded socialized medicine; reversing "reckless tax cuts for millionaires and corporations" which shield the "wealthy" from paying their "fair share"; advocating for "pro-consumer and environmental regulation of corporate abuse"; "strengthening progressive voices on local, state and national issues"; and working to "register, educate and get out the vote ... [to] help progressives get elected at all levels of government."

Voto Latino: This group seeks to mobilize Latin-Americans to become registered voters and political activists.

We Are America Alliance: This coalition promotes “increased civic participation by immigrants” in the American political process.

Working Families Party: An outgrowth of the socialist New Party, WFP seeks to help push the Democratic Party toward the left.

World Organization Against Torture: This coalition works closely with groups that condemn Israeli security measures against Palestinian terrorism.

YWCA World Office, Switzerland: The YWCA opposes abstinence education; supports universal access to taxpayer-funded abortion-on-demand; and opposes school vouchers.

"Secondary" or "Indirect" Affiliates of the George Soros Network



Center for Progressive Leadership: Funded by the Soros-bankrolled Democracy Alliance, this anti-capitalist organization is dedicated to training future leftist political leaders.

John Adams Project:This project of the American Civil Liberties Union was accused of: (a) having hired investigators to photograph CIA officers thought to have been involved in enhanced interrogations of terror suspects detained in Guantanamo, and then (b) showing the photos to the attorneys of those suspects, some of whom were senior al-Qaeda operatives.

Moving Ideas Network (MIN): This coalition of more than 250 leftwing activist groups is a partner organization of the Soros-backed Center for American Progress. MIN was originally a project of the Soros-backed American Prospect and, as such, received indirect funding from the Open Society Institute. In early 2006, The American Prospect relinquished control of the Moving Ideas Network.

New Organizing Institute: Created by the Soros-funded MoveOn.org, this group "trains young, technology-enabled political organizers to work for progressive campaigns and organizations."

Think Progress: This "project" of the American Progress Action Fund, which is a "sister advocacy organization"of the Soros-funded Center for American Progress and Campus Progress, seeks to transform "progressive ideas into policy through rapid response communications, legislative action, grassroots organizing and advocacy, and partnerships with other progressive leaders throughout the country and the world."

Vote for Change: Coordinated by the political action committee of the Soros-funded MoveOn.org, Vote for Change was a group of 41 musicians and bands that performed concerts in several key election "battleground"states during October 2004, to raise money in support of Democrat John Kerry's presidential bid.

Working Families Party: Created in 1998 to help push the Democratic Party toward the left, this front group for the Soros-funded ACORN functions as a political party that promotes ACORN-friendly candidates.

Source:   http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/viewSubCategory.asp?id=1237 

Kevin McCarthy Donors

Top Five Corporate Donors


Altria Group
2. Federated Investors Inc
3. Comcast Corp
4. Hewlett-Packard
5. Goldman Sachs

More Donors


JPMorgan Chase

Wells Fargo

Source: http://www.uspirg.org/blogs/blog/usp/whos-funding-next-speaker-house

Contributor Total Individuals PACs

Votesane PAC $92,250 $92,250 $0

Goldman Sachs $87,650 $47,150 $40,500

Zurich Financial Services $85,750 $51,500 $34,250

Blue Cross/Blue Shield $84,869 $2,500 $82,369

Chevron Corp $84,100 $41,600 $42,500

Comcast Corp $77,350 $34,600 $42,750

New York Life Insurance $71,550 $27,550 $44,000

Wells Fargo $66,850 $34,350 $32,500

Occidental Petroleum $59,600 $13,600 $46,000

Grimmway Farms $59,200 $59,200 $0

National Assn of Realtors $56,500 $1,500 $55,000

AT&T Inc $55,000 $0 $55,000

Altria Group $51,500 $0 $51,500

State Farm Insurance $51,347 $45,347 $6,000

Oracle Corp $49,650 $32,150 $17,500

Clean Energy Fuels Corp $48,800 $48,800 $0

American Bankers Assn $48,500 $500 $48,000

National Auto Dealers Assn $48,500 $0 $48,500

Independent Petroleum Assn of America $48,100 $0 $48,100

Pfizer Inc $48,000 $0 $48,000

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in 2005-2016. The organizations themselves did not donaterather the money came from the organizations' PACs, their individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals' immediate families. Organization totals include subsidiaries and affiliates.

Source: https://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cid=N00028152&cycle=Career

Steve Scalise Donors

Top Five Corporate Donors


Edison Chouest Offshore
2. Entergy Corp
3. Cajun Industries
4. Koch Industries
5. General Electric

Source: http://www.uspirg.org/blogs/blog/usp/whos-funding-next-speaker-house


More Donors


1

Edison Chouest Offshore









$49,400

$49,400

$0

2

Entergy Corp








$28,500

$18,500

$10,000

3

Cajun Industries









$15,600

$15,600

$0

4

Bollinger Shipyards










$15,500

$15,500

$0

5

Koch Industries








$15,200

$5,200

$10,000

6

Eatel Inc










$13,000

$13,000

$0

7

Blue Cross/Blue Shield








$11,000

$0

$11,000

7

Verizon Communications








$11,000

$1,000

$10,000

9

National Cable & Telecommunications Assn








$10,500

$500

$10,000

10

Gray Insurance










$10,300

$10,300

$0

10

Svendson Companies










$10,300

$10,300

$0

12

American Bankers Assn








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

American Cable Assn









$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

American College of Surgeons








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

American Resort Development Assn








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

American Sugar Cane League









$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

American Waterways Operators









$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

AT&T Inc








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Boeing Co








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Border Health










$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

CenturyLink









$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Chesapeake Energy









$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Chevron Corp








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Comcast Corp








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Cox Enterprises








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Credit Union National Assn








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

CSX Corp








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Deloitte LLP







$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Ernst & Young








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Every Republican is Crucial PAC










$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Exxon Mobil








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Facebook Inc








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Friedkin Group









$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

General Electric








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Google Inc








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Home Depot








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Indep Insurance Agents & Brokers/America









$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Lockheed Martin








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Marathon Petroleum








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

National Assn of Insurance & Financial Advisors









$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

National Assn of Realtors









$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

National Auto Dealers Assn









$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

National Beer Wholesalers Assn








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

National Multi Housing Council









$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

National Rural Electric Cooperative Assn









$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

New York Life Insurance








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Northrop Grumman








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Nucor Corp









$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

PricewaterhouseCoopers








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Southern Co








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Time Warner Cable








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

UBS AG









$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Union Pacific Corp








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

United Parcel Service








$10,000

$0

$10,000

12

Valero Energy









$10,000

$0

$10,000

Open Secrets needs to fix their numbering system.

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in the 2013-2014 election cycle. The organizations themselves did not donaterather the money came from the organizations' PACs, their individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals' immediate families.Organization totals include subsidiaries and affiliates.



Source: http://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cycle=2014&cid=N00009660



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