David Koch

Thanks, Kochs! PBS Infested With White Supremacist Charles Murray
PBS featured Charles Murray and other inhabitants of the Koch-funded American Enterprise Institute to argue for destruction of social safety nets. Read more...
Public Television Corrupted With Billionaire Bucks
Former Enron trader John Arnold slipped WNET millions to air a PBS anti-pension series, but he wasn't alone. Read more...
Crossroads’ Tax Return Shows Big Donors, But Doesn’t Name Them
The biggest dark money group, launched by Republican strategist Karl Rove, shows in its tax filing that it got one donation of nearly $23 million and another of $18 million. (Donors names not included.) Read more...
David and Charles Koch and their privately owned company, Koch Industries, own more than 2 million acres of land in Northern Alberta, the source of the tar sands bitumen that would be pumped to the United States via the Keystone XL pipeline. Read more...
Obamacare Fight Gets Too Hot For Kochs: We're Not Backing GOP's Shutdown Tactics
As the government shutdown moved into the ninth day on Wednesday, even conservative billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch appeared to be abandoning Republican lawmakers who were trying to use the tactic to derail the president's health care law. Read more...

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Sanders: Freedom Of Speech Does Not Mean Freedom To Buy The Government
Once again, it's Sen. Bernie Sanders out there fighting the good fight and standing up for what's left of our democracy. Sadly we can't say the same for our United States Supreme Court: Read more...
Who Are You Working For, Congressional GOP?
This government shutdown may be very unpopular with most Americans, but it plays right into the hands of the Koch brothers and Edwin Meese. Read more...
The billionaire Koch brothers want Americans to believe that minimum wage is the one thing standing in the way of the poorest Americans having some upward mobility. Read more...
From this Saturday's Up With Chris Hayes, panel member and Hayes' fellow contributor at The Nation brought up a topic at the end of the show that we unfortunately don't hear too often on MSNBC, which is the fact that the "Fix the Debt" campaign is not really interested in "fixing" anything. They're funded by a bunch of billionaires that are pushing for austerity measures and who are really just interested in lowering their taxes. Read more...
Senator Gretchen Whitmer slams Michigan Republicans over right to work legislation. Big surprise, right? Who'd a thunk the usual suspects were pushing to break the unions in Michigan? The part that I don't get is (and if any lawyers can explain Read more...