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David Koch gave far-left, Mex. gov't collaborators ACLU $10 million - 02/25/11

... joined with George Soros, the Ford Foundation, and the Rockefeller Foundation to each give the American Civil Liberties Union $10 million to fight the PATRIOT Act [1]. Reasonable people can disagree on the PATRIOT Act, but fighting it or trying to reform it was probably the correct thing to do. Whatever the merits of opposing the PATRIOT Act, giving money to the ACLU is never the correct thing...

American Jewish Committee gets half a million from Ford Foundation for immigration "reform" tour - 06/21/09

... getting a $500,000 grant from the Ford Foundation to promote comprehensive immigration reform: [The grant] will go toward an AJC yearlong initiative that will include a series of roundtable discussions with those involved in the immigration debate in order to seek common ground, the AJC announced in a news release. The AJC also will offer advocacy skills-building workshops to Latino leaders and...

Ford Foundation to spend approx. $30 million on immigration issues over next 18 months - 04/30/09

... offers "New Leader Overhauls Ford Foundation" about Luis Ubinas, replacement for Susan Berresford (link): Mr. Ubinas went to Ford in January of last year from McKinsey & Company, a consulting firm, without previous experience in institutional philanthropy, though he had worked with several nonprofit groups... Whereas his predecessor, Susan V. Berresford, was the doyenne of the nonprofit...

Suzanne Gamboa /AP big scoop: 55 U.S. citizens deported in past eight years - 04/13/09

Suzanne Gamboa of the Associated Press - with help from Traci Carl and Peter Prengaman - offers her version of investigative journalism in "AP IMPACT: Citizens held as illegal immigrants" (link). She says that 55 U.S. citizens have been deported over the past eight years. That's 55 too many, but that's only a infinitesimal fraction of all those who have been deported during that time and...

El Paso Times BNHR article - 01/15/07

... from a $375,000 grant from the Ford Foundation. He's a Mexican citizen with a green card. Despite that: He took on a popular sheriff (El Paso County Sheriff Leo Samaniego) over border enforcement methods. And he found himself sitting at a Washington, D.C., round table, discussing the future of immigration policy with Sens. Ted Kennedy and John McCain. He also organized pro-illegal immigration...