Some non-Saudi Arabia deals:
Interesting. Apparently, Boeing made a(nother?) $900,000 donation after Hillary pressed Russia into signing a multi-billion dollar deal with them.
I'd have to doublecheck my timelines, but I think these Boeing deals are all going down while they were setting up operations in South Carolina to bust the union, but I guess that's neither here nor there.
Don't know about this website, but you can google around if it's ideologically unacceptable:
Anyway, as I said above, it doesn't make much difference to me if it's a question of personal venality or realpolitik. Personally, I think it's more about networking, access-peddling and influencing policy ("She's great at making deals!" I believe is one of the constant refrains of her supporters).*
Nothing out of line with that, right? Must take some squinting to see something wrong in all that mess. As I had occasion to mention regarding the Wall Street speeches, I don't think she's any more monstrous than your average power-hungry capitalist stooge, just more successful. And, I guess, if you're a supporter of international capitalism, as most of you are, or supporters of American imperialism, no matter how begruding or reluctantly, as most of you are, you probably don't see anything wrong with hobnobbing with union-busters and facilitating deals between the captains of western capitalism and blood-soaked feudal monarchies and dictatorships.
I mean, even Carter did it, right? That's the way the system works.
And then Dicey wonders why I don't vote.
*Although I have seen articles about the Foundation taking care of Clinton friends and family--Anthony Rodham and the Haitian gold mines, anyone?