Today it was announced that George Soros is personally donating $1 Million dollars to help Media Matters. What’s so odd about this, you ask? What makes this odd is that normally, Soros uses one of his non-profit front organizations. Yesterday, Glenn Beck used his Fox News Channel TV show to detail how Soros has pumped $1 Million dollars to the Huffington Post and another $1.8 Million dollars to National Public Radio (NPR) through the Tides Foundation. Beck challenged Soros to come on the TV show with him and debate for one hour. Soros responded indirectly today with a direct donation to Media Matters.

May 04, 2010 - New York, New York, U.S. - GLENN BECK arriving at Time's 100 Most Influential People in the World Gala at Frederick P. Rose Hall, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City on 05-04-2010. 2010..K64979HMc. © Red Carpet PicturesNEW YORK - AUGUST 19: George Soros, founder and chairman of the Open Society Institute and a billionaire investor, speaks at a forum addressing the global response to the flood in Pakistan at the Asia Society August 19, 2010 in New York City. The devastating flood, one of the worst in Pakistan's history, has affected about one-fifth of Pakistan's territory and left over 4 million homeless. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Now, keep in mind that Media Matters gets money from Tides as well. Plus through Open Society Institute, the granddaddy of the Soros non-profit empire. It’s website is a simple one, www.soros.org. A wide range of Progressive groups and causes are funded by these entities. From the Center for American Progress, to Emerald City, to Van Jone’s Green for All, etc.

Soros was a major contributor to the Democrats in the 2006 and 2008 elections. Not only on a national level, but also at the state level through ‘The Secretary of State Project’, since, after all, as Beck points out, it is the state secretaries of the 50 states that count all the votes and run the elections. If you want to control, and manipulate the process, where better than there?

Media Matters has joined other Soros funded groups in launching a boycott of the Glenn Beck Show on Fox News. Oddly enough, they launched their campaign about a week ago. Nice timing on getting that million dollar check!

Soros and his Progressive pals are running scared now. With the Tea Party and 9/12 Project leading the Revolt of the Pawns, the Socialist Dream World the Progressives are hoping to build may wind up on the scrap heap of history. The November 2010 mid term election is just the beginning, something a few people in Washington are starting to realize.

Beltway insider Michael Barone writes today (link below) that he finally is starting to ‘get’ the Tea Party movement. Not only are they politically savvy, more so than the Lame Street Media gives them credit for, but he sees them as a force to be reckoned with. While the Democrats are the focus this time around, Barone cautions Republicans not to betray the trust the Tea Party is handing them defacto. Next time, there may very well be competition from a new political party.

This is why Soros is running scared now. His best laid plans are unraveling. Glenn Beck has challenged George Soros to come on his show and talk for one hour and debate who has the better interests of America, and the World, at heart. Certainly not George Soros! He recently wrote an op-ed saying America needs less faith and honor and more stimulus. Now, Soros is calling for the “managed devaluation of the dollar”. Inflation is an enemy of all people who actually have to work and earn a living. Don’t hold your breath, though Glenn. Max Keiser offered Soros a cash prize to debate him and Soros declined.

May 04, 2010 - New York, New York, U.S. - GLENN BECK arriving at Time's 100 Most Influential People in the World Gala at Frederick P. Rose Hall, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City on 05-04-2010. 2010..K64979HMc. © Red Carpet PicturesNEW YORK - AUGUST 19: George Soros, founder and chairman of the Open Society Institute and a billionaire investor, speaks at a forum addressing the global response to the flood in Pakistan at the Asia Society August 19, 2010 in New York City. The devastating flood, one of the worst in Pakistan's history, has affected about one-fifth of Pakistan's territory and left over 4 million homeless. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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