>It is stated that it is largely financed by “foundations”.>
Dave Kopel, a policy analyst for the Libertarian-oriented Cato Institute and a former columnist for the now-defunct Rocky Mountain News, criticized a ProPublica report on hydraulic fracturing as a “one-sided series of facts arrayed to support a point of view”. He argued that a common theme in ProPublica’s work is that “the government is not doing a good enough job in controlling things, particularly things involving big business”.
Their Board and Advisors look like a leftist journolist, including Henry Louis Gates, Gara LaMarche [who "served as Vice President and Director of U.S. Programs for the Open Society Institute (OSI), a foundation established by philanthropist George Soros"], Paul Sagan, formerly of Time, Tom Unterman, who "held several executive positions at the Times Mirror Company", along with their illustrious editorial staff made up of leftists from NY Times, Seattle Times, Los Angeles Times, Baltimore Sun, Atlanta Journal-Constipation, ABC News, etc. And of course exemplified by that shining beacon of totally unbiased, high class journolism- "Cynthia A. Tucker, visiting professor, University of Georgia Journalism School".
Gee, anyone see any agenda at all here? I would think that even libtards like strokeoffer and checkersplayer would have a difficult time swallowing all this tripe from unabashed, avowed marxists. But then again...