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Topic - George Soros
In a world defined by a growing political divide, international terrorism and reduced economic confidence, it's surprising how many Americans are up in arms about recreational marijuana use.
The Washington Times gives billionaire philanthropist George Soros far too much credit for the growing public support for marijuana-law reform.
Billionaire philanthropist George Soros hopes the U.S. goes to pot, and he is using his money to drive it there.
The former girlfriend of George Soros reportedly became so incensed at the billionaire during a recent private deposition that she took a swing at his head while screaming obscenities.
Billionaire financier George Soros has signed on to be a co-chair of the national finance council for Ready for Hillary, the super PAC created to help Hillary Clinton win the presidency in 2016, should she choose to run.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is to the Second Amendment what billionaire investor George Soros is to the free market: A resounding death knell.
The saucy melodrama between billionaire financier George Soros and his decades-younger ex-girlfriend is expected to continue for another season.
George Soros said at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that the West ought to end its war against drugs because jailing violators would save money. The investor said that policymakers should accomplish this through "trial and error."
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.
Democrats are fond of playing the class-warfare card in calling for tax hikes on "millionaires and billionaires." It's their way of pretending to stand for the little guy. The latest actions in the Senate, however, show they stand more with the ultra-wealthy than with middle-class taxpayers.
As if we all haven't endured enough political ads this election year, an environmental activist group now wants to compel every TV meteorologist to promote its flawed policy agenda.
Ah, yes, Newt Gingrich did in the last days before the Florida primary precisely what I predicted he would do. He hurled wild charges at Mitt Romney that suggested Newt was losing his grip. He charged Mr. Romney with lying and falling into the hands of George Soros and Goldman Sachs, and he did this while seeking the Republican presidential nomination.
The European Court of Human Rights ruled Thursday that France did not violate George Soros' rights when convicting him of insider trading, defeating a years-long effort by the billionaire financier to clear his name.
Recently, the ultra-left-wing magazine the American Prospect released a "special report" called "Justice for Sale" on what it considers "threats" to America's state courts. But rather than examining the true threats to our judiciary - activist judges, tort-abusing trial lawyers and the wholesale invention of new "rights" our nation's Founders never imagined - the report offers a road map of the left's campaign to seize control of our courts, if you recognize the signposts.
Soros admitted that his actions benefitted no one but himself.
In his book "Soros on Soros: Staying Ahead of the Curve," he said the U.S. policy of criminalizing drug use rather than treating it as a medical problem is so ill-conceived that "the remedy is often worse than the disease."