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Posts Tagged ‘New York Times’

Lyme: Activist Protest at the New York Times This Week

Friday, September 19th, 2014

2 days ago around 100  protestors In NYC gathered at The New York Times building for more effort to stop ignoring lyme patients and speed up Lyme Treatment.
From Organizer Ross Anderson, founder of Cure The CDC…wrote the following “The New York Times and Lyme Patients vs. CDC: Class Action Suit would like to thank the Butoh Dancers for their wonderful performance! And a super special Thanks to everyone that helped make this demonstration a success!


As we follow this we’d also like to show a alittle history of the Act Up movement that has done so much to combat HIV.  So right now in health, we’re gonna look at Lyme the History of Act Up and a little bit more about the ALCS foundations that were all over the place this summer. Hopefully out of these three…more insight into how health oriented  non profits can be run effectively.


Foreign Countries Buy Influence in America at Think Tanks

Monday, September 8th, 2014

A story that strattles the line between Foundation Work and Transparency….though most should…this one is about once again the power of influence buying  in the United States…A definite regular transparency problem executed by all sorts of non-profits…in this case….research groups called “Think Tanks.”

From the New York Times

WASHINGTON — The agreement signed last year by the Norway Ministry of Foreign Affairs was explicit: For $5 million, Norway’s partner in Washington would push top officials at the White House, at the Treasury Department and in Congress to double spending on a United States foreign aid program.

But the recipient of the cash was not one of the many Beltway lobbying firms that work every year on behalf of foreign governments.

It was the Center for Global Development, a nonprofit research organization, or think tank, one of many such groups in Washington that lawmakers, government officials and the news media have long relied on to provide independent policy analysis and scholarship.

More than a dozen prominent Washington research groups have received tens of millions of dollars from foreign governments in recent years while pushing United States government officials to adopt policies that often reflect the donors’ priorities, an investigation by The New York Times has found.

The money is increasingly transforming the once-staid think-tank world into a muscular arm of foreign governments’ lobbying in Washington. And it has set off troubling questions about intellectual freedom: Some scholars say they have been pressured to reach conclusions friendly to the government financing the research.

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