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End Citizens United Has an Eye on the 2018 Senate Race

Monday, July 10th, 2017

End Citizens United is a PAC that has officially endorsed Senator Sheldon Whitehouse for his reelection in 2018. They have referred to him as a champion in the fight for finance reform. The PAC is dedicated to helping politicians that are opposed to the Citizen United decision of the Supreme Court. This ruling significantly expanded […]

George Soros Takes Action After Democratic Defeat

Sunday, January 15th, 2017

While the 2016 election may be seen as a large repudiation of liberal and Democratic Party politics many of the party elite are trying to put the election in their rearview and look forward to 2018. However, billionaire investor George Soros is among many in the upper echelons of the donor class of the Democratic […]

Achievements of Agricultural Businessman Jose Manuel Gonzalez

Tuesday, July 26th, 2016

He is a great businessman and mainly deals in the field of agriculture. Jose has been a great inspiration to many farmers all over the world by giving them hope and courage to continue with the good work. His experience in this field enables him to motivate, inspire and even direct other people on how […]

The Large Donations From Charles Koch

Thursday, April 7th, 2016

Charles Koch is an American businessman who has gained success over the years through his intelligence as well as his savvy business mind that has developed Koch Industries over the last several decades. Charles Koch has developed Koch Industries to be a multi-billion dollar corporation that is responsible for providing much needed oil-refined products to […]

Charles Koch and Bernie Sanders Agreement With A Difference

Friday, March 4th, 2016

Charles Koch shares the one issue Presidential candidate and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is right about in The Washington Post Opinion February 18. They are in agreement that the political and economic system is often rigged to help the privileged at the expense of everyone else, especially the disadvantaged. He agrees that the two-tiered society […]

Koch over Trump with Ice

Tuesday, February 9th, 2016

Whether you are a Trump supporter or not, it is fair to note that Mr. Trump has been a bold presence in his bid for the presidency and still is irrefutably a polarizing icon in the current political landscape of the 2016 election cycle. Clearly, Charles Koch is not a fan of Donald Trump, and […]

So soon? Et Tu Hillary, Warren?

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Perhaps the guard has already been changed. Senate democrats offered a stinging defeat to Obama‚Äôs efforts to triangulate with republicans like Bill once did. The strategy is to champion a republican ideal. This will sacrifice some democratic support, but in the hopes that the trade-off will be broad support because republicans will eventually come around […]

Over Half The German Population Believe Corporations Have Too Much Political Influence

Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

Genuine Democracy Impossible In Germany Thanks To Big Business Political Power Austria-born Joseph Schumpeter was the chair of the department of economics at the University of Bonn from 1925 to 1932. He fled the country to escape Nazi rule that year and began teaching at Harvard. Schumpeter said that capitalism eventually leads to a form […]