Do you ever wonder who funds the legislation that affects your life? So do we. That’s why The Heartland Institute created, an investigative journalism project designed to expose the Left’s campaign to take over leading foundations, advocacy groups, and other institutions of civil society. The left’s “dark money” is flowing to your elected officials, to government regulators, and to community organizations – and it’s limiting your choices in everything, from how you get your energy to how much you pay for goods and services to what you choose to serve your family for dinner. Check it out at to learn where the Left gets its money, how it affects you and those around you, and how you can fight back.

The Left’s “march through the institutions” extends to the Internet, where its activists have taken over Wikipedia. Wikipedia advertises itself as “the world’s largest collaborative free knowledge project” and among “the world’s most popular web properties,” but its notorious political bias scrubs all criticism of the left and smears the right. For instance, Wikimedia has added its anti-technology, anti-corporation, and anti-free enterprise philosophy to the profiles of many individuals and organizations, including The Heartland Institute, and particularly on contentious issues such as climate change. The Heartland Institute is fighting back by documenting Wikipedia’s lies and libel at Wikipedia: Broken, Biased, and Corrupt. Visit that site and learn how you can fight back against Wikipedia’s bias.

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