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Capitalist puritans: The Koch brothers are pushing pure economic liberty as the only road to true prosperity -- to the detriment of all but the rich

Capitalist puritans: The Koch brothers are pushing pure economic liberty as the only road to true...

Charles Koch’s power trip: Billionaire libertarian sees no problem in buying the sort of government he prefers Oligarchy is good so long as I get what I pay for, explains oligarch

Trump administration launches national security investigation into steel imports

Trump administration launches national security investigation into steel imports

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Koch-funded group says the GOP is responsible for pushing policy in the new Congress http://huff.to/1IE4XnE

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Americans for Prosperity, backed by the Koch brothers, is using a data-driven approach as it pursues its overarching goal of changing the way voters think about government.

What happened to Jane Mayer when she wrote about the Koch Brothers | NY Times

What Happened to Jane Mayer When She Wrote About the Koch Brothers

Mayer, a New Yorker writer and author of the new book “Dark Money,” says she was falsely accused of plagiarism and investigated by the firm of Howard Safir, ex-New York police commissioner.

What Happened to Jane Mayer When She Wrote About the Koch Brothers - NYTimes.com

Mayer, a New Yorker writer and author of the new book “Dark Money,” says she was falsely accused of plagiarism and investigated by the firm of Howard Safir, ex-New York police commissioner.

The idea that climate scientists are in it for the cash has deep ideological roots

The idea that climate scientists are in it for the cash has deep ideological roots

In this February 2007 file photograph, Charles Koch, head of Koch Industries, talks passionately about his new book on Market Based Management. (Bo Rader/Wichita Eagle/MCT via Getty Images)

Make No Mistake: The Koch Brothers Are Helping Donald Trump |   They may not want the GOP standard-bearer’s dirt on their hands, but their minions are cleaning up behind him.

Looks like the extremely wealthy Koch Brothers are waging a multimillion dollar war against the burgeoning electric vehicle (EV) market, notably frustrating none other than EV titan Elon Musk.

Pro forma elections have camouflaged the true state of our political system. Will that change this year?

An oligarchy has broken our democracy. It must be dislodged

Pro forma elections have camouflaged the true state of our political system. Will that change this year?

why AFP and the Kochs would even care about these issues, seemingly distant from their core mission of disassembling the federal government. But it actually makes perfect sense that they would hate cities, and downtown revitalization, and want to see cities die. Functioning cities — like everything else the Kochs oppose, such as environmental protection and social justice — require functioning governments. If your goal is to undermine government and collective action for the public good…

Why the Koch brothers hate Detroit

why AFP and the Kochs would even care about these issues, seemingly distant from their core mission of disassembling the federal government. But it actually makes perfect sense that they would hate cities, and downtown revitalization, and want to see cities die. Functioning cities — like everything else the Kochs oppose, such as environmental protection and social justice — require functioning governments. If your goal is to undermine government and collective action for the public good…

American politics long has been afflicted with wingnut plutocrats; after all, back in 1958, when he invited 11 men of considerable net worth to Indiana to help him found the John Birch Society, Robert Welch didn't hire out of the Yellow Pages. Fred Koch, father of Charles and David, was one of them. So was Robert Stoddard, the president of the Wyman Gordon Company and owner of my two hometown newspapers. Certainly, the Kochs have held true to the family politics.

Behind Trump, There's Bannon. Behind Bannon, There's the Mercers.

American politics long has been afflicted with wingnut plutocrats; after all, back in 1958, when he invited 11 men of considerable net worth to Indiana to help him found the John Birch Society, Robert Welch didn't hire out of the Yellow Pages. Fred Koch, father of Charles and David, was one of them. So was Robert Stoddard, the president of the Wyman Gordon Company and owner of my two hometown newspapers. Certainly, the Kochs have held true to the family politics.

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