“No political contributors are as widely vilified as the Koch brothers,” but a look at recent contribution figures show that they are far from the biggest spenders in politics and that left-wing groups are leaving them in the dust, according to a Las Vegas Review-Journal editorial.
The three network news channels have devoted nine times more coverage to the political activities of Charles and David Koch than those of Tom Steyer and George Soros, Fox News reported on Tuesday.
The United Negro College Fund on Friday announced a $25 million grant from the Koch brothers, the much-maligned libertarian philanthropists that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) has denounced as “un-American.”
A top federal official overseeing elections continues to rely on innuendo and hearsay about Republican donors’ supposed involvement in an illegal campaign finance scheme despite previously being forced to walk back those allegations.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) is obsessed with the Charles and David Koch, the libertarian philanthropy barons who are just trying to make a difference in the world. His obsession may have gotten him into trouble.
Reid, who has publicly attacked the Koch brothers hundreds of times on the Senate floor, is currently facing an ethics complaint from a pro-First Amendment group for “unlawfully and unethically targeting private citizens.”
A complaint has been filed against Sen. Harry Reid (D.-Nev.) in the Senate Ethics Committee by a Tea Party group charging that Reid is “unlawfully and unethically targeting private citizens” Charles and David Koch.
House Democrats are absolutely freaking out about the upcoming midterm elections, a Free Beacon analysis has found.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) has been sending out increasingly frantic fundraising emails in recent days, with one simple message: KOCH BROTHERS!
A subsidiary of Koch Industries has been proactive and productive in its talks with a tribal government near the site of a new oil extraction project in Canada, a tribal leader told the Toronto Globe and Mail on Tuesday.
Sen. Pat Roberts (R., Kan.) took to the Senate floor on Wednesday to criticize Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) and other congressional Democrats for alleged double standards in his ongoing campaign of vilification of donors to right-leaning political groups.
A Tuesday event in the Capitol complex that vilified Republican political donors and celebrated Democratic ones was not partisan in nature, insisted top Democratic leaders who hosted the event in the face of numerous allegations of ethical breaches on their part.