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Topic - Democracy Alliance
The Democracy Alliance is a partnership of business and philanthropic leaders who commit to making make human and financial donations to organizations the Alliance has recommend as worthy. Since its founding in 2005, the Alliance has helped direct nearly $150 million to progressive organizations. - Source: Wikipedia
A wireless provider with ties to the secret dark money group the Democracy Alliance is pushing back against the Obama administration's surveillance of customers. CREDO Mobile cofounder Michael Kieschnick said on Thursday he was "deeply disturbed" by the administration's invasion of individual's civil liberties.
Alarmed at the very real prospect of Mitt Romney becoming the 45th president of the United States, radical philanthropist George Soros has forsaken his oft-repeated vow to quit electoral politics.
George Soros' Democracy Alliance, an invitation-only club for billionaire leftist political donors, has decided to drown Democrats and President Obama's re-election campaign in an ocean of cash this year. Democracy Alliance, founded in 2005, is a financial clearinghouse that recommends to its wealthy members projects and groups aimed at transforming America into a European-style socialist state. The secretive group has directed untold hundreds of millions of dollars to left-of-center causes.
A small tax-exempt political group with ties to wealthy liberals like billionaire financier George Soros has quietly helped elect 11 reform-minded progressive Democrats as secretaries of state to oversee the election process in battleground states and keep Republican "political operatives from deciding who can vote and how those votes are counted."