Did Radio & TV Martí break the law?

A Cuban-American author who wrote pro-Trump pieces for taxpayer-funded Radio & TV Martí was not paid for his work, a U.S. Agency for Global Media spokeswoman told the Washington Post. If that’s true, Radio & TV Martí may have violated federal law. Federal agencies are prohibited from receiving free work under a little-known law called … Read more

Global Media chief orders investigation

Office of Cuba Broadcasting staffers responsible for an anti-Semitic piece targeting George Soros were put on administrative leave today, John Lansing, the CEO of the Agency for Global Media, said in a statement. Lansing also announced that he has ordered “an immediate, full content audit to identify any patterns of unethical reporting” at the OCB. … Read more

Taxpayers finance anti-Soros rant

President Donald Trump on Friday spoke out against “political violence,” but then minutes later repeated the phrase “lock him up” in response to followers chanting that George Soros be jailed. Soros is a philanthropist who has given away more than $32 billion to finance his Open Society Foundations, which “have supported individuals and organizations across … Read more