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.
It is unclear how a state can have "joint jurisdiction" over land it does not own and has no claim to, but the Colorado Republicans' effort is a first step in a much more ambitious scheme; seizing and handing authority over federal land to the billionaire Koch brothers to drill for oil, mine, and log without "interference" from the federal government.
Republicans claim businesses love and demand the conservative economic agenda, but according to states like California and Minnesota that is a blatant lie.
A university professor heavily funded by the Koch brothers has very publicly and openly called for less democracy to reduce the power of the majority.
Last week, America's oil industry efforts were buoyed by news that Islamic State (ISIS) extremists are unknowingly helping the U.S. oil industry's crusade for higher gas prices.
Republicans have shifted their focus slightly away from just killing Americans' jobs to killing disabled Americans; nearly nine million disabled Americans.
What makes newspapers actions more despicable is that they are not owned by the Kochs, but they are using so-called "opinion and editorial" pages to promote Republican candidates, and push Kochs brother ideology and vision for America as the country's salvation.
McConnell is anxious to lead the Senate and join House Republicans in enacting Brownback's Koch brother model at the national level.
Calls for the Progressives to "break up" with the Democratic Party as an abusive partner miss the mark. The problems is actually their neglect of the party.
The AP interviewed one of the lesser known Koch brothers, William, in what seems to be an attempt to soften the public image of the family whom the AP tells us are "demonized" by Democrats.
e group of Silicon Valley billionaires is now preparing to file the exact same lawsuit, likely using nine different students' names, in New York, Connecticut, Maryland, Oregon, New Mexico, Idaho, and Kansas as well as every other state with strong teacher unions and populations that do not support school privatization.
It appears Americans are being kept unawares again as the Koch's so-called grass-roots organization, the teabaggers, have asked for an FEC exemption on campaign finance disclosure rules.
But while Team Koch has a virtual stranglehold on Washington Republicans, Americans for Prosperity is finding it a bit harder to ram its agenda down the throats of voters at the local level.
The dirty energy fascist Koch Brothers are planning to make tens of billions of dollars off the KeystoneXL pipeline before the tar ever enters American territory.
Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) is throwing a fit that the League of Conservation Voters is including him in an ad campaign because he questions the validity of global climate change.
The ghost of Christmas past haunted Ebeneezer Scrooge, and was 1/3 of the spirit that changed Scrooge around and it scared the Hell out of him, and apparently, the same is happening with Scott Walker.
ALEC’s assault on democracy, though successful up until now, is over and it is entirely due to activist organizations and social media.