Executives at the Las Vegas newspaper purchased by billionaire Sheldon Adelson are meddling with stories about the casino mogul and powerful Republican Jewish political donor, according to a blockbuster report published today in Politico.
Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson is the prototype of the brash money man who can upend a political race with one multimillion dollar check. But as the Republican campaign moves into a new stretch, soft-spoken billionaire Paul Singer is the one making waves in the GOP — and he is betting on Marco Rubio.
Sheldon and Miriam Adelson each gave the maximum $2,700 to the presidential campaign of Ted Cruz, suggesting the power couple was leaning toward endorsing the Texas senator in the Republican race.
Sheldon Adelson met with the owner of the Oakland Raiders team owner to discuss the casino mogul’s plan to build a billion-dollar stadium for the NFL team and move them from Oakland, Calif. to Sin City.
The Israel Project’s Facebook post featuring a tightly-clad female soldier is just the latest example of a conscious mission to sell Israel with sex, Andrew Dubrov writes.
Sheldon Adelson tossed nearly $7 million at a little-known website run by the son of his former top aide at the Las Vegas Sands Corporation. Why did the billionaire casino mogul cut off the spigot of cash?
The company that owned the Las Vegas Review Journal asked the newspaper to monitor three judges, including one overseeing a lawsuit against Sheldon Adelson, prior to selling the newspaper to the casino magnate.
Billionaire Sheldon Adelson was unmasked as the secret buyer of Nevada’s largest newspaper. The Republican donor has also quietly become the largest single funder of JNS.org, a wire service that supplies content to a growing number of American Jewish news organizations.
Billionaire and major Republican Party donor Sheldon Adelson said on Friday he met presidential candidate Donald Trump earlier this week, describing the front-runner in the race for the Republican nomination as “very charming.”
Sheldon Adelson is the mystery purchaser of Nevada’s largest newspaper, according to a report from Fortune magazine.