Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times ( Edition)

The latest edition in our long-running series on people with all those dollars and no sense

From yesterday’s New York Times:


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That full-page ad features a certain Earle I. Mack’s piece from The Hill’s Congress Blog, self-described as “The Hill’s Forum for Lawmakers and Policy Professionals.”

(The hardworking staff strongly suspects that Congress Blog is a paid political platform, but maybe that’s just us.)

Regardless, Mack – a real estate investor and former U.S. ambassador to Finland under George W. Bush – is reportedly bankrolling the website, which of course has its own Stupid PAC to flack for Garland.

Here’s their FEC filing:


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Feel free to contact or at your earliest convenience. That’s more than Mack’s ad will do for Merrick Garland.

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