Foundations of Betrayal offers a fresh inside look at an
overlooked enemy hundreds of big tax-exempt, leftist foundations
that despise free enterprise and, yes, even our Constitution and
Americas sovereignty. Wealth controls culture
and Phil Kent names the control freaks old-timers like the
Ford and Rockefeller foundations as well as devious newcomers like
George Soros. Issues ranging from radical environmentalism to open
borders serve as their main battering rams to remold America. These
unaccountable elites also pay church groups to join their leftward
march. They even promote deviant sexual behavior.
Phil Kent dons his hip-boots and
wades into the world of the big
liberal tax-exempt foundations.
What he discovers there will appall
supporters of free enterprise and
other American traditions.
| Rich Lowry, editor,
power of leading
left-wing foundations is put in
proper perspective in Foundations
of Betrayal, especially the example
of how the politically correct
environmental agenda is advanced.
Phil Kent underscores that ideology
usually matters more than
|- Tony Blankley, Washington
|Times editorial page
Kent lifts the curtain to expose shocking ways foundations abuse
their awesome power:
- Major foundations hijacked to attack capitalism
- Billionaire George Soros targets U.S. as the main obstacle
- Fords agenda helping radical Muslims & even
- Foundation-backed Greenpeace undermines U.S. troops
- Huge grants for radical environmentalism, open borders
PHIL KENT is an Atlanta media
consultant, author and award-winning veteran journalist
who once served as president of the Southeastern Legal Foundation.
He was press secretary to the late U.S. Sen. Strom Thurmond and
has appeared on the Fox News Channel, CNN, MSNBC and numerous
talk radio shows. His columns have appeared in publications ranging
from the Atlanta Constitution to Human Events.
For media bookings & interviews contact:
Wendy Guarisco (404) 354-6468
|FOUNDATIONS OF BETRAYAL
HOW THE LIBERAL $UPER-RICH UNDERMINE AMERICA
by Phil Kent
On Sale Date: May 1, 2007
Price: $24.95 ISBN: 978 097 1985 117