It came to pass on the 23d day of the 9th month in the beginning of the 20th Century that a troubling cloud appeared atop Wichita, Kansas. In the fields below, ground and trees trembled at the first cries of a certain infant arrived, a child of dark forces, who would bring misery to so … Continue reading Koch.
Ask the Kochs, they’ll say you can’t buy happiness, but there’s a price to buy politicians in both parties
Brothers of a feather, Charles and David Koch, are once again spreading their wings, not in some benevolent embrace to aid their 120,000 workers worldwide, but instead to hover over the 2018 Congressional election and elect stooges who have pledged to kiss their bony talons. That may seem a bit harsh. It's not fashionable to … Continue reading Ask the Kochs, they’ll say you can’t buy happiness, but there’s a price to buy politicians in both parties