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Philip Anschutz, the billionaire entertainment and energy mogul whom we profiled here in regard to the city's land swap with The Broadmoor, has given money to organizations that oppose LGBT rights. His entertainment company, AEG, is the world’s largest owner of sports teams and venues, including the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Kings, the Staples Center, and O2 Arena.
Here's what the Post reported about him: Phil Anschutz is one of the richest people in America, with an estimated fortune of over billion, and is listed at #42 on Forbes' U. In addition, Anschutz owns The Weekly Standard, the Washington Examiner, and Regal Cinemas.
In all instances, personal lifestyles are neither a requirement or limitation to employment. Capehart's attempt to smear individuals with unfounded allegations is straight out of the Saul Alinsky playbook.
It is unworthy of him and of the publication by which he is employed.
He’s also one of the largest landowners in the country.
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"Now that it has been revealed that his charity is also going to organizations that support political figures who call for gays and lesbians to be killed, it's time to ask Anschutz to take a good look at where his money is being spent.
The Alliance Defending Freedom props up the same politicians who have introduced hundreds of rights-destroying bills in legislatures across the country – including right here in Colorado. Anschutz to cancel his checks to the ADF, and instead invest in Colorado-based organizations that help improve the lives of LGBTQ friends and neighbors, not try and strip their rights away." Anschutz has been known to use his publications to showcase his investments, which was reported by Corey Hutchins for the Columbia Journalism Review, titled, "The Oklahoman runs a puff piece on its billionaire owner’s new resort property." So one might ask, what agenda on Anschutz's behalf is being carried out by the Gazette?
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