The passing of David Koch last week recalled the left’s increasing penchant for explaining American politics with wild-eyed conspiracy theories.
On ‘Meet the Press,’ George Clooney said he’s not like the Koch brothers because they are in politics to benefit themselves. Wrong.
To illustrate the extent of the Kochs’ dystopian agenda, here are a few of their most shocking attempts to buy influence.
Despite the gossip, the Kochs’ Americans for Prosperity and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence are at odds on at least these three key policy issues.
If anyone wants to examine the big billionaires getting inside the minds of schoolkids, a look at some numbers suggests target A-1 must be Bill Gates.
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