If you let Donald Trump tell it, this is almost certainly the biggest, best Republican convention of all time, blowing minds nightly.
Gingrich told Republicans at a closed-door meeting earlier this year that Trump is not a conservative, speaks to voters “at the lowest level of any candidate in either party,” and could lose in a landslide if he didn’t significantly change his approach to campaigning.
In a private speech recorded in February, the onetime Speaker of the U.S. House, said Trump would lose in a landslide if he didn’t evolve to be more like Ronald Reagan than Barry Goldwater.
An estimated 1,500 demonstrators hit the streets of Downtown Pittsburgh for the “Still We Rise” March.
The Koch brothers announced months ago that they were going to spend close to 1 billion dollars in this year’s elections, and we know that they aren’t giving that money to Donald Trump, so where is that money going?
On June 29, the Center for Media and Democracy, the Brennan Center for Justice, and Common Cause filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court urging the justices to overturn the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling that shut down John Doe 2.
With his grants, Koch is installing libertarian-minded economics professors at hundreds of universities.
Peabody Energy has provided funds to a network of groups that espouse climate change denial.
Richard Graber, a Republican and corporate insider with vast global experience and deep Wisconsin roots, was named Thursday as the chief executive officer and president of the powerful Milwaukee-based Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation.
Analysis of Peabody Energy court documents show company backed trade groups, lobbyists and thinktanks dubbed ‘heart and soul of climate denial’.