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The Koch Network Finally Has GOP-Controlled Government. They’re Not Satisfied.
They want to do more than own the libs.
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Diet Kochs: The Family In The Shadow Of The GOP Megadonors
As David Koch retires, his lesser-known relatives seem (mostly) uninterested in replacing him.
Charles Koch Complains About Corporate Influence In Politics In Surprising Op-Ed
Trump's new tariffs have the billionaire donor singing a new tune.
Paul Ryan Collected $500,000 In Koch Contributions Days After House Passed Tax Law
That's peanuts compared with what the Koch brothers will save.
Why Jeff Sessions Hates Stoners (Or Secretly Loves Them)
Late 20-something macro-MSW who just wants to learn things and...
The attorney general's coffers are lined by many who stand to benefit from incarcerating cannabis users.
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Koch Nonprofit President’s Anti-Net Neutrality Campaign
Published by the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics an...
by Emma Leathley For the past three years, American Commitment, a small nonprofit with ties to the donor network spearheaded
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Time Inc. To Be Acquired By Meredith Corp. In Deal Backed By Koch Brothers
The Kochs “will have no influence on Meredith’s editorial or managerial operations," the company said.
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Welcome To The Class War
Financial capital is people, my friend.
While Trump Blusters, Koch Brothers Get Their Way
Attorney, advocate, writer at RepublicReport.org
Key factors in Donald Trump’s electoral college victory included the candidate’s own tremendous huckster skills, the support
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Reflections Of A 50-Year-Old Teacher
Patrick J. Kearney
Veteran teacher and an advocate for public education. Opinion...
A few years ago, while in my late 40s, I was trying to impress upon my students the importance of “living in the moment.” In
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The Problem With Public Schools Isn’t Low Test Scores. It’s Strategic Disinvestment.
Husband, father, teacher, education advocate
Imagine you’re settling in to enjoy an article on-line or in your favorite print newspaper and you come across this headline
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Don't Be Fooled By The Gentler Tone Of Charles Koch's Climate-Change Denial
Alexander C. Kaufman
The billionaire GOP megadonor embraces climate science just enough to not sound like an extremist.
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Koch Brothers' Groups Criticize GOP Senate Health Care Bill For Not Being Conservative Enough
The bill is just a “slight nip and tuck,” said Tim Phillips, president of the Koch-funded Americans for Prosperity.
MIT Should Do Better
Professor of Business and International Affairs at George Wash...
All universities need money for research and student support, but they do not have to advertise and glorify the name of donors
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Morgan Griffith's Promises Don't Stand Up To CBO Scrutiny
Advocate for Common Sense Gun Legislation
Congratulations Congressman Griffith. The health plan you extolled in your two town hall meetings—excuse me---letters to
Can Trump’s Koch-Funded Appointees Stall Clean Energy Momentum?
Senior Writer, Union of Concerned Scientists
When The Washington Post reported earlier this month that President Trump appointed Daniel Simmons to run the Office of Energy
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In 'Captured,' People In Prison Draw The 'People Who Should Be'
Tackling the alleged misdeeds of corporate America, one portrait at a time.
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