If you walk through the heart of Times Square today and look up at the 520 sq. ft. CBS superscreen on 42nd St., you’re going to be introduced to the largest oil company you’ve never heard of: Koch Industries.
|By: Rayne Monday October 11, 2010 10:39 am|
Why didn’t seven U.S. Senators — the men responsible for making laws related to the establishment and regulation of corporations — know that Koch Industries is no different than an overwhelming number of businesses here in the U.S. with regards to their tax payments?
|By: nrdcactionfund Friday October 1, 2010 8:41 am|
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|By: nrdcactionfund Thursday September 23, 2010 11:30 am|
By Ann Notthoff
Originally posted on The MarkUp.
|By: Anthony Noel Friday September 10, 2010 8:55 am|
The Daily Beast’s latest curtsey to the Right.
|By: nrdcactionfund Thursday September 9, 2010 9:10 am|
Of one thing you can be certain: when the Koch Brothers ride into town, dirty money follows. This is particularly bad news for California as the Koch Brothers arrived last week to join other out of state polluters paying big bucks to sully the air of the Golden State.
|By: EdwardTeller Thursday September 2, 2010 9:33 am|
Alaska State representative David Guttenberg (D- 8th District) beat teabagger Joe Miller in 2004. Here’s a bit of his advice to Sitka Mayor Scott McAdams, who is tightening the race against Miller:
“I beat this fool when he ran against me in 2004. Miller speaks drivel.”
|By: nrdcactionfund Wednesday August 25, 2010 9:15 am|
Today, we examine Ohio’s 1st Congressional District, which encompasses Cincinnati and parts of nearby suburbs. Cincinnati is home to the Reds, but in the House it’s represented by the self-described “raging moderate,” Democrat Steve Driehaus. A longtime member of the Ohio legislature, in 2008, Driehaus won election to the House seat his father unsuccessfully sought 40 years ago. This November he is being challenged by former Republican Congressman Steve Chabot, whom Driehaus unseated in 2008 despite being outspent by nearly $1 million.
|By: Ruth Calvo Tuesday June 8, 2010 3:00 pm|
It’s long been a point used to attract filthy businesses, that the air here is unprotected from polluters, and it is in the interests of polluters to keep you from fighting for your breath. As long as politicians can get campaign funds for opposing the public interest, here in Texas we will hear that we must fight for our freedom to suffocate.