The libertarian billionaire and the head of his foundation discuss their new book, leaving partisanship behind, and learning from their critics.
The libertarian philanthropist and CEO of Stand Together on their new book, Believe in People: Bottom-Up Solutions for a Top-Down World
Can we stop being surprised (or pretending to be surprised) at well-established critiques of interventionism?
Daniele Struppa says progressives who would deny money simply because of who gives it pose "a grave threat to academic freedom."
Toss-Up Senate Races Abandoned by Koch Network Feature Unusually Strong Libertarian Party Contenders
Neck-and-neck races in Indiana and Nevada could determine the balance of the Senate. Both feature Libertarians who have previously cracked 5% yet aren't being polled.
Dismissed advisor attacks billionaire libertarians for pushing free trade and immigration. President calls them "total joke."
A failed ballot initiative in Nashville had much more to do with hum-drum local factors than shadowy billionaire-backed conspiracies.
Charles Koch's Friendly Letter to Bernie Sanders Complicates Campaign 2016's Effort to Make Us All Dumb
Common concerns over crony capitalism and criminal justice, different solutions, and a thinly veiled warning shot to Republicans
Jane Mayer implies their interest in the issue is new while conceding it is not.
New Yale study uncovers vast conspiracy of like-minded folks!
"Gross Domestic Product" measures that include warmaking are not a good measure of citizen well-being.
Also in Paul money news: Behind in big bucks, Paul likely won't attend big weekend meeting of Koch-associated funders
David Brock's awful group tries to slime the Koch brothers as criminal-justice opportunitists; actual liberal reformers leap to their defense
When a non-profit foundation spends millions to change federal policy, the expenditure deserves some attention-regardless of how the organization leans politically.
Not a fan of Citizens United
They are lobbying for other methods to fight the Affordable Care Act
His support for gay marriage and defense cuts may be an uneasy fit for Republicans
Media notices his disagreement with the GOP on gay marriage, defense spending.