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Koch Brothers Pull Out of Ohio Senate Race

“The powerful network helmed by billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch is cancelling advertising in the Ohio Senate race, a sign that Republican Sen. Rob Portman is viewed as increasingly likely to win,” The Hill reports.

On Washington: Harry Reid and Koch Brothers Wage Proxy War for a Nevada Senate Seat

The battle to choose Mr. Reid’s successor is pitting him against Charles G. and David H. Koch, who are trying to flip a Democratic seat and help Republicans seal control of the Senate.

“Make No Mistake: The Koch Brothers Are Helping Donald Trump”

TAP: It’s no secret that the Koch brothers really don’t like Donald Trump. In political media, much has been made of the fact that Charles and David Koch, the neo­libertarian principals of Koch Industries and overseers of a secretive network … Continue reading ?

Not All of the Koch Brothers Have Sworn Off Donald Trump

Charles and David Koch have declared they will have nothing to do with Donald Trump's election—a major blow considering the financial and organizational resources their political network can mobilize. But not all of the four Koch brothers have sworn off Trump. Show More Summary

Koch Bros’ Summer Reading List for Donors Promotes Freedom, Fossil Fuels, and Matt Ridley

Students won’t be the only ones working through a stack of summer reading this August.   Billionaires Charles and David Koch at their top secret bi-annual donors meeting last weekend gave attendees a ‘library request card’ with 48 recommended...Show More Summary

Despite Donald Trump cementing the GOP nomination, the Koch network keeps its distance

4 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

Charles Koch, addressing hundreds of members of the powerful and wealthy  conservative donor network he and his brother David have assembled, wanted to clear the air. “The first thing I want to do is correct a rumor the media keeps stimulating, and that is I’m probably going to support Hillary,”...

Koch Super PAC Ad Campaigns Target Democrats in Key Senate Races

Freedom Partners Action Fund, a super PAC backed by billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch, on Monday launched ad campaigns worth nearly $4 million in three states with key Senate races, according to a spokesman.

Koch-backed group targets Dems in 3 Senate races

(AP) — A group backed by billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch is investing nearly $4 million in an advertising campaign attacking Democrats in three of the nation's top Senate contests. The Freedom Partners Action Fund is...Show More Summary

Trump brags that he snubbed Koch brothers — but they say they never asked for a meeting

4 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — As conservative mega-donors Charles and David Koch kick off their biannual summit with their extensive network of donors, Donald Trump lobbed a pre-emptive shot, claiming he had rebuffed the industrialists’ request for a meeting. But top officials to the Koch...

A Long Winter's Night

last monthArts / Dance : Danceviewtimes

"The Winter's Tale" National Ballet of Canada David H. Koch Theater New York, NY July 29, 2016 by Mary Cargill copyright © 2016 by Mary Cargill Shakespeare's "The Winter's Tale" is a play about jealousy, madness, grief, regret, and redemption,...Show More Summary

Koch donors gather for weekend retreat

The Koch network has avoided supporting Donald Trump's presidential campaign so far, focusing its resources instead on helping the GOP maintain control of the Senate. Charles and David Koch have hosted such gatherings of donors and politicians for years, but almost always in private.

Koch Brothers Reject Effort to Meet with Trump

“Top Donald Trump donors tried to set up a meeting between the GOP presidential nominee and Charles Koch in Colorado Springs on Friday, but Koch aides rejected the entreaties,” Politico reports. “Koch and his brother David Koch, who helm an [...]

Koch-Funded Groups Slapped With Fines By Federal Election Commission

Charles and David Koch, the nefarious Koch Brothers, have vowed to spend as much as $889 million on the 2016 elections in the United States. This money will be funneled through a massive network of faux grassroots organizations, lobbyists, and direct candidate donations. Show More Summary

Pence's unflappability could help Trump stay cool

The former congressman also is a proven fundraiser with close ties to billionaire industrialists David and Charles Koch and their network of wealthy donors, many of whom have been dismissive of Trump. For Pence, a former six-term congressman,...Show More Summary

The Kochs versus their machine

To anyone who follows politics, the Koch brothers are best known for spearheading a sprawling network of groups that invest millions in conservative, libertarian-leaning candidates and causes. It’s assumed that Charles and David Koch and their wives have put a great deal of money into these organizations — but it’s hard to know for sure,…

Dark-Money Groups: Hey, We're Just Like '50s Civil Rights Activists in Alabama!

What do billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch have in common with civil rights pioneers of the 1950s? More than you might think. At least according to US District Judge Manuel Real. In an April 21 ruling, he said billionaires in...Show More Summary

The billionaire Koch brothers are jumping into an area abandoned by Wall Street

The billionaires behind Koch Industries are filling a role traditionally belonging to Wall Street banks. Charles and David Koch want to help finance private equity deals through Koch Equity, or KED, the investing arm of Koch Industries,...Show More Summary

Kevin Hart & Ellie Kemper Premiere 'Secret Life of Pets'

Kevin Hart hits the red carpet in a pink suit at the premiere of his new animated movie The Secret Life of Pets at the David H. Koch Theater on Saturday evening (June 25) in New York City. The 36-year-old funny man was joined by his co-stars Ellie Kemper, Louis C.K., Jenny Slate, Eric Stonestreet, [...]

Koch Brothers’ Super PAC to Spend More on Senate Races

Freedom Partners Action Fund, a conservative super PAC backed by billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch, is expanding its investment in Senate races this week, launching ad buys costing a total of nearly $4 million in Ohio and Nevada.

Old, New and Borrowed

2 months agoArts / Dance : Danceviewtimes

"Deep", "Piazzola Caldera", "Revelations" Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater David H. Koch Theater New York, NY June 11, 2016 matinee Carol Pardo Copyright ©2016 by Carol Pardo There was nothing all blue at this performance by the Alvin...Show More Summary

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