A CMD report exposes the U.S.-based nonprofits most responsible for poisoning the discourse on climate change.
To get America back to work and boost profits, the Koch network and other right-wing money groups have long pushed to return to pre-pandemic schooling.
Wealthy conservatives made last year’s top 10 list of super PAC donors, often taking sides in Republican primaries, but liberal George Soros was by far the biggest donor.
As Omicron surges, a shadowy institute filled with fringe doctors appears to be part of big business’ two-year strategy to legitimize attacks on pandemic interventions.
Convention of States, a right-wing group led by Tea Party organizer Mark Meckler, says it’s close to achieving enough supermajority control over state legislatures to make sweeping changes to the U.S. Constitution, even though its views aren’t popular.
Right-wing business lobby ALEC is defending hate groups and working to prevent companies from diversifying their staffs and taking liberal stances on social issues.
At today’s policy summit of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), state legislative and corporate members unanimously approved a model bill that would penalize companies that stop investing in or financing fossil fuels.
A group of jilted writers, “canceled” professors, and right-wing think tank fellows, some with links to fossil fuel magnate Charles Koch, is planning to start a university dedicated to “truth.”
DonorsTrust, “the dark-money ATM of the conservative movement,” gave an unprecedented $600,000 to infamous white nationalist Jared Taylor’s American Renaissance in 2020.
Tennessee state Sen. Brian Kelsey, a state chair and national board member of the American Legislative Exchange Council, allegedly used illegal contributions to further his campaign for Congress in 2016.