During what was supposedly a rousing speech yesterday at the Women in the World Summit (held in David H. Koch Theater, as it happens), Hillary Clinton touched on a number of issues where women’s welfare has improved but hasn’t reached...Show More Summary
Freida Pinto is chic and sophisticated while attending the 2015 Women In World Summit held at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center on Wednesday (April 22) in New York City. The 30-year-old actress was joined by Meryl Streep and her daughter Mamie Gummer, Robin Wright and her husband Ben Foster, Thandie Newton, and [...]
Over the last few says there has been a lot of speculation about what GOP candidate for president the billionaire, libertarian brothers Charles and David Koch might favor for 2016.
David Koch went out of his way on Tuesday to make it clear that he and his brother haven’t made up their minds on which Republican they want to see in the White House in 2016—but Charles Koch wasted little time reminding the conservatives...Show More Summary
The political operation spearheaded by billionaire conservative megadonors David and Charles Koch recently presented its 2016 plans in a "secret" memo, Politico reported Wednesday. Americans for Prosperity, the Kochs' primary political...Show More Summary
Billionaire businessman and powerful Republican donor David Koch wants Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to be the next president but doesn't plan to financially back anyone during the primaries. Koch made the comments Monday at a private gathering hosted by the New York State Republican Party at the Union League Club in Manhattan. Show More Summary
Not what you might expect
Tycoon philanthropists Charles and David Koch may endorse a conservative Republican candidate for president before the party’s nominating convention, but any such decision is six months or more away. An endorsement likely would turnShow More Summary
On Monday David Koch asked Scott Walker to the prom. Sort of, but not really. On Tuesday, the brothers decided they don't know for sure who their date will be. There are just so many! Charles Koch said he is considering throwing hisShow More Summary
"He's got a wonderful, goodhearted character that I admire immensely"
Jeb Bush has won himself an audition with the Walker-supporting Koch Brothers. Charles and David Koch are considering throwing their massive wealth and sophisticated organization into the Republican presidential primary for the first time, a potentially game-changing boost that could make even a second-tier candidate instantly viable. Show More Summary
On Monday, The New York Times — and, in turn, Mediaite — reported that billionaire brothers David and Charles Koch had settled on Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) as their preferred Republican candidate to back in the 2016 presidential election.
Scott Walker won plaudits from David Koch at a New York fundraiser this week, but the Wisconsin governor now finds himself at odds with the leader of Mr. Koch’s Hispanic outreach organization.
Charles and David Koch have already made it clear that they plan to do everything in their power to prevent Hillary Clinton (or, in case she stumbles, any other Democrat) from winning the presidency. The moguls hope to garner $889 million...Show More Summary
David Koch reportedly said at a fundraiser that they would support Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R). The post The Koch Brothers May Have Just Picked A Republican Frontrunner appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Coauthored by Brendan Fischer Has Scott Walker won the Koch primary? Charles and David Koch, the billionaire co-owners of Koch Industries, one of the largest privately-held companies in the world and the overseers of one of the biggest...Show More Summary
The plot sure is thickening. Mike Allen has this rather different follow-on to Nick Confessore's scoop on the Koch Brothers' plans for the 2016 nomination process: Charles and David Koch...
Playbook: EXCLUSIVE: Charles and David Koch are considering throwing their massive wealth and sophisticated organization into the Republican presidential primary for the first time, a potentially game-changing boost that could make even a second-tier candidate instantly viable. In another surprise, … Continue reading ?
For a few hours yesterday, the universe of Republican operatives and donors believed that the billionaires Charles and David Koch had made known their 2016 presidential candidate. “Charles G. and David H. Koch, the influential and big-spending conservative donors, appear to have a favorite in the race for the Republican presidential nomination: Gov. Show More Summary
Yesterday, Nicholas Confessore reported that David Koch, the extremely influential Republican donor, told other Republican donors that he and his brother Charles would support Scott Walker for the Republican nomination. The Koches’ support in a Republican primary is potentially transformative, because they are known to write powerfully argued op-eds and... More »