Groups backed by Charles Koch are urging Congress not to renew expired tax breaks during the lame-duck session that ends in December. Traditionally members of Congress like to revive the tax breaks which have expired. Koch and his supporters fear that will happen this year and are applying pressure to make sure that doesn’t happen.
Because just 39 percent of poll respondents had a favorable view of the Trump/Republican tax cut bill in an April Gallup poll, the GOP’s biggest billionaire mega-donors are spending $20 million in a new effort to convince more people that they should like the tax law change which gives unneeded tax breaks to billionaires while exploding the U.S. deficit.
Every Republican at every level of government spouts the same lie, the same twisted logic, to harm American workers
The Koch brothers are doing everything in their power to restrict Americans from tapping into the free energy from sunlight.
The Koch brothers have no right to complain about the tone of Republican politics because it is exactly what they paid for and wanted
Instead of noting how inept the Bush response to help tens-of-thousands of Americans was, or mourning the loss of 1,800 lives, this sick psychotic conservative hoped that an equally-catastrophic disaster would strike the city of Chicago.
The only regard Charles or David Koch have for the poor is keeping them in poverty and subjugated to the rich at any cost
Jeb Bush told an audience at a Koch brothers' sponsored Americans for Prosperity event in New Hampshire, that we need to phase out Medicare.
ere are two fronts in the dirty energy industry's war on the climate with funding and legislative support from the Koch brothers on renewable energy and regulations to reduce carbon emissions. ere are two fronts in the dirty energy industry's war on the climate with funding and legislative support from the Koch brothers on renewable energy and regulations to reduce carbon emissions.
What is missing from the long list of Koch demands to abolish virtually the entire government is exactly how it will help Americans.
Montanans may not be fans of President Obama, but they also are suspicious of organizations funded by out of state billionaires.
The common demand from the religious right is "show just one instance of Christians killing anyone NOW," not 1,000, 60, 30, or even 12 years ago. It is really an unfair demand, but one that is easily answered without ever looking outside of America's borders.
The Koch Brothers probably thought opposition to Obamacare would be an easy sell in Kalispell, but their town hall meeting backfired.
Will's most egregious sin may have been his "attacking and dismissing rape victims" but climate denialism and ethical lapses also dogged him
Christie may not have the anti-voter credentials of some of his Republican brethren, but he does not support the right to vote for all Americans.
McConnell is anxious to lead the Senate and join House Republicans in enacting Brownback's Koch brother model at the national level.
Crucial to their success is Republicans' heavy dependence on one of the Koch brothers' legislative arms, the American Legislative Exchange Council, to create template legislation for Republicans to block access to voting in what can only be termed as a direct assault on America's rapidly waning democracy.
Koch brothers front Americans For Prosperity is reaching into their bag of dirty tricks by sending hundreds of North Carolina voters and one cat incorrect voter registration information.
The real tragedy is that as stupid Southern voters do the Kochs' bidding by keeping Republicans in power, at least in their states, they are dragging the rest of the nation down to their level
ALEC members were recently asked to sign a pledge to support democracy, and they refused. Not only did they refuse to sign the pledge, but the corporate media didn't report on it.