Sugar Daddy Soros
Could this be Al Franken and Janeane Garofalo's lucky day?
As crucial midterm congressional elections approach, can America's "progressive" leaders really afford to let an ailing liberal talk radio network die?
Apparently, the answer to the first question is yes, to the second, no, the Radio Equalizer has learned.
Through an emergency bailout plan, a coalition of wealthy liberal political activists are poised to at least temporarily save Air America Radio. On the way: as much as $8 million in sorely-needed cash to fund ongoing operations.
With particular support from San Francisco and Silicon Valley multimillionaires, the group has an unusual number of contributors from outside the Beltway.