Fr. George W. Rutler To Headline Veritas Preparatory School Scholarship Dinner

Independent traditional Catholic Veritas Preparatory School will host the school’s annual scholarship dinner on Tuesday, May 15 at St. Bede Catholic Church, Kaplan Hall, 3686 Ironbound Road Williamsburg, Virginia. The dinner will feature remarks by Fr. George W. Rutler, Pastor of the Church of Saint Michael the Archangel, New York, NY, whose acclaimed television ministry Christ in the City appears weekly on EWTN.

Clinton Campaign Post-Mortem: Away Goes the Money

Scott McKay, The American Spectator

There won’t be the Democratic autopsy the donors want, because the people who’d perform it are the ones who killed the patient in the first place. For the rest of us, none of this represents a particular problem. Nothing would serve America better than for these people to live in the political wilderness for a long, long time. Perhaps The Russians! would be so kind as to offer a lease of tundra in remote Siberia for this purpose?

GOP elite line up behind Donald Trump

Alex Isenstadt, Politico

While a small group of Republicans has wrung its hands raw over the choice between the GOP’s nominee and Hillary Clinton, the party’s firmament – social and intellectual conservatives, the lobbyist and donor class, powerful operatives and outside groups – is increasingly getting in line behind Donald Trump.

Kasich says Rubio is wasting donors' dollars

Ben Kamisar, The Hill

John Kasich's presidential campaign is casting Marco Rubio's operation as profligate spenders as he looks to challenge the Florida senator for the mantle of the race's viable establishment candidate. Kasich's campaign noted that Rubio spent more money in New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada than any other candidate — with few delegates to show for it.

Establishment Donors Shattered by Jeb’s failed campaign

Megan R. Wilson, The Hill

After pouring donations into the coffers of the former Florida governor’s campaign and super-PAC, many of the lobbyists who worked to put Bush in the White House are feeling shell shocked. Of the two-dozen Bush-aligned lobbyists contacted by The Hill, almost half said they plan to take a break from presidential politics.

GOP donor bets big on Cruz

Ryan Lovelace, Washington Examiner

Dick Uihlein, a wealthy Illinois Republican donor, has made a $1 million investment in Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's presidential bid. Uihlein is the co-founder of Uline Corp., a distribution company located in the Midwest. Uihlein made the $1 million donation to Keep the Promise, a super PAC supporting Cruz's candidacy.

Walker’s exit sets of frenzy to lure his donors

Theodore Schleifer, CNN

The rapid evaporation of the Wisconsin governor's campaign on Monday quickly reshaped the already rollicking Republican presidential primary. Though his White House prospects are dead, Walker's donors and early-state backers are very much in demand. And they're getting a lot of attention.

Bush donors getting uneasy

streiff, RedState

Under Jeb’s original plan he should have frightened virtually all serious candidates from the race by his fundraising. He hasn’t. That shows everyone knows that the only way Bush wins the nomination is if the other 16 guys chain themselves together and set themselves on fire.

Jeb Bush Rakes In Big Bucks From GOP Establishment

Beth Reinhard and Christopher S. Stewart

A Texas oil man, a Wall Street financier and several former U.S. ambassadors are among the top donors to Jeb Bush’s super PAC, providing hard evidence the Republican establishment is rallying to his presidential candidacy as he girds for a long primary battle.

Bring McConnell out of the Shadows

Daniel Horowitz, Red State

Mitch McConnell’s donors and consultants want amnesty, his constituents don’t. Where is Mitch?