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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ronald Perelman
In yet another sign of what Democratic Party faithfuls are pushing as the inevitable, Hillary Rodham Clinton was introduced at a public event earlier this week — by a former Mitt Romney voter, no less — as the next leader of the free world.
Billionaire Ronald Perelman and a top New York City art dealer have traded lawsuits over several artworks including a sculpture of Popeye by Jeff Koons.
Cosmetics magnate Ronald Perelman owes more than $4 million to a movie production company he started with ex-wife Ellen Barkin, an appeals court ruled Thursday in a case that spiraled out of the former couple's acerbic divorce.
Moreover, Mr. Perelman, who is an independent who nonetheless voted Republican in the last presidential election, told the former secretary of state: "You've got my vote."
Perelman instead insisted that the gallery accept other artworks in Perelman's collection as payment.