The Supreme Court on Friday struck down state bans on same-sex marriage, bringing the United States one step closer to the freedom-loving utopia envisioned by right-leaning philanthropy baron David Koch.
Pro-Clinton “super PAC” American Bridge is preparing a relentless campaign to tie Republican candidates to the Koch brothers, the right-leaning philanthropy barons and advocates for immigration reform and criminal justice reform. The New York Times reports: Their ambitious plan will involve a surgical focus on statements, interviews and activities related to Koch Industries and to …
The New York Times report last week on Marco Rubio and his wife’s multiple traffic citations had the fingerprints of liberal opposition research firm American Bridge all over it, but the paper maintains that multiple reporters came across the traffic citations independently “while looking into something else.”
Last year, though, in a story on the cover of its Sunday paper on Charles and David Koch, New York Times reporter Nicholas Confessore disclosed that “the Times was alerted to the [Koch] archive by American Bridge, a liberal political organization that has been critical of the Kochs.”
The labor giant SEIU is advocating for an end to the Koch brothers’ higher education philanthropy even as it sends six-figure sums to sponsor its own university center.
A leading Democratic Super PAC is hoping to dig up dirt on a public university after it accepted grant money from a group backed by libertarian philanthropists Charles and David Koch, documents reveal.
Koch Industries, the company of conservative megadonors Charles and David Koch, will remove questions about prior criminal convictions from its job applications as part of the Kochs’ broader criminal justice reform efforts, USA Today reported Monday.
A leading Democratic dark money group this week attacked libertarian philanthropists Charles and David Koch for advocating policies that run counter to their own financial interests.
The unofficial conservative community at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business released a letter calling for the school to welcome a successful businessman heavily involved in financing political campaigns to speak at their graduation ceremony—just not the one the school picked out.