It’s laughable hearing liberals claim that conservatives are the ones with all the money and clout. When is the last time you heard something like this about a conservative website or network?
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Forty-six million dollars of investment capital? For a Web site? An estimated value of $200 million? Excuse my extreme incredulity, but if they are so gosh-darn successful — “expected” revenue and all that – why did they need to raise another $19 million from investors, eh? (Read More)
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