A political reality in today's world is that the Left has vastly more money than the Right. That is certainly a problem, but the more important question is how each side deploys its resources. We have just emerged from an election cycle in which vast amounts of money were spent on both sides, in most cases inefficiently if not entirely fruitlessly. That was a great idea. It would have had a lot more impact than pouring more millions into the coffers of GOP consultants. But give them credit, liberals do understand where real power comes from. Thus, we see this headline: Radio stars criticize George Soros-backed move to 'silence conservative Hispanic voices'. The Left is concerned about Hispanics' swing toward conservatism, so they are doing something about it: Valencia also worked in the Obama White House. Where did the money come from? Altogether, the sale includes 18 stations, among them 10 AMs and eight FMs in the biggest US markets. Cities included are Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, McAllen, Fresno Chicago, Las Vegas and WADO-NY, the Spanish-language home of the New York Yankees. Conservative radio personalities are vowing to compete with the new, far-left network: But the fundamental point is that election campaigns should not be top priority. Control the culture, and the elections will take care of themselves. And, in that regard, the women's magazines still would be a good place to start.