Mark Lloyd


  For the entire Mark Lloyd profile, click here.   Selected highlights from the Mark Lloyd profile: In July 2009 Mark Lloyd was appointed to be Diversity Chief of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)…. In June 2007 Lloyd co-authored a report titled “The Structural Imbalance of Talk Radio,” commissioned jointly by the Center for American Progress and […]

Barney Frank


For the entire Barney Frank profile, click here.   Selected highlights from the Barney Frank profile: … Upon joining the House of Representatives [in 1980], Barney Frank developed a reputation for consistently voting to slash funding for the CIA, the FBI, and the U.S. military. He also advocated the loosening of immigration-law exclusions that previously had served to prevent people holding totalitarian or anti-American ideologies […]

Jane Fonda


  For the entire Jane Fonda profile, click here. Selected highlights from the Jane Fonda profile: … Jane Fonda’s affinity for communism served as a backdrop for her intense anti-Vietnam War activities. By 1970 she was telling American college students: “If you understood what communism was, you would hope, you would pray on your knees that we would some […]

Attorney General Eric Holder


  For the entire profile of Eric Holder, President Obama’s Attorney General, click here. Selected highlights from the Eric Holder profile: … As [Bill Clinton's] Deputy Attorney General, Eric Holder, as The Washington Post explained, “was the gatekeeper for presidential pardons.” Indeed, Holder was a key figure entrusted with the task of vetting the Clinton administration’s 176 […]

George Soros


For the entire George Soros profile, click here. Selected highlights from the George Soros profile:  In 1979 Soros established the Open Society Institute (OSI), which serves as the flagship of a network of Soros foundations that donate tens of millions of dollars each year to a wide array of individuals and organizations that share the founder’s agendas. Those agendas can be summarized as follows: promoting the view […]

Obama’s political affairs director tied to ACORN

Poor Barack Obama. During the President’s recent Sunday morning TV interview circuit, ABC’s George Stephanopoulos was the only questioner ill-mannered enough to ask “The One” a substantive question about the recent House and Senate votes to cut off all federal funding to Obama’s former employer, scandal-plagued ACORN. In response, our ever-genial President politely told the pesky Stephanopoulos [...]

Hillary Clinton


  For the entire Hillary Clinton profile, click here. Selected highlights from the Hillary Clinton profile: Hillary was deeply influenced by a 1966 article titled “Change or Containment” that appeared in Motive, a magazine for college-age Methodists. Authored by the Marxist/Maoist theoretician Carl Oglesby, who was a leader of the radical Students for a Democratic Society, this […]

Voice of Reason: William F. Buckley

In this film clip from October 31, 2000, Mr. Buckley discusses with Chris Matthews the unseemly lengths to which Al Gore was going in an effort to win the upcoming presidential election.

Voice of Reason: Dennis Prager

Dennis Prager debates the leftist David Sirota on the topics of race, multiculturalism, liberalism, leftism, and inequality.

Barack Obama


Selected Highlights from the Barack Obama profile:   Obama attended socialist conferences: In Dreams From My Father, Obama reveals that during his student years at Columbia he “went to socialist conferences at Cooper Union and African cultural fairs in Brooklyn.” Specifically, these were Socialist Scholars Conferences, which featured the elite of socialist academia as well as union activists, political […]