Pay attention to this story. Put the American Opportunity Alliance on your radar. Conservatives need to be wary and need to follow money from this group to Republican candidates.
A group of billionaires and multi-billionaires intent on pushing gay marriage and amnesty has started an effort to pump money into the Republican Party. The Politico report makes clear as well that these guys want to align Republican interests to Wall Street. As we see more and more every day, Wall Street's interests are not the same as Main Street's interests.
This group will push social liberalism within the GOP. They'll start with gay marriage, but no doubt over time will transition to abortion rights. That's the way these things typically happen. They'll push amnesty too. And they'll want to convince the GOP that what is good for Wall Street is good for America, which is less and less true these days.
By the way, it appears this group favors Thom Tillis in North Carolina, which means conservatives in North Carolina need to rally behind someone other than Tillis to get through the primary season.
This is troubling because, as we know, the party leadership in Washington listens to big money donors who diverge greatly from the GOP base on a host of issues.
Since the 2012 election, Singer has stepped up his advocacy for an overhauled GOP agenda. He donated to an immigration reform group, the National Immigration Forum; and last month, Singer and Loeb organized events, including one with the Human Rights Campaign, at the World Economic Forum in Davos focused on LGBT issues.
If you hear of money from the American Opportunity Alliance backing any candidate with significant dollars, raise the red flag for conservatives. Because the odds go up they're going to turn out to be pukes in Congress.