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  • Reply to: PBS Killed Wisconsin Uprising Documentary "Citizen Koch" To Appease Koch Brothers   3 years 2 months ago
    don't be sorry - whether it be a 12 yo or an adult - it's the us ; ok to have an opinion about anything .... we all just need to be sure what we believe is close to the truth.>> & glad the 12yo expressed so succinctly , though i strongly disagree.
  • Reply to: PBS Killed Wisconsin Uprising Documentary "Citizen Koch" To Appease Koch Brothers   3 years 2 months ago
    Sonny, you are living proof that propaganda works! The Kochs are predators, and you are prey.
  • Reply to: PBS Killed Wisconsin Uprising Documentary "Citizen Koch" To Appease Koch Brothers   3 years 2 months ago
    Sorry for what? It's awesome that Koch employees get to bring their kids to work.
  • Reply to: PBS Killed Wisconsin Uprising Documentary "Citizen Koch" To Appease Koch Brothers   3 years 2 months ago
    WOULD TOM HELP? ANYONE KNOW HOW TO CONTACT HIM? : http://www.washingtonspectator.org/index.php/BREAKING-VIEWS/can-a-california-billionaire-who-got-rich-investing-in-big-oil-fight-big-oil.html 5/15/13 The Washington Spectator, Darwin Bondgraham -- “During an April fundraising swing through San Francisco, billionaire Tom Steyer reportedly leaned on President Barack Obama to nix the Keystone XL pipeline. Surrounded by other wealthy Bay Area executives in Steyer's Sea Cliff home, Obama also got an earful about the need to fund clean renewable energy investments. Steyer retired from his hedge fund Farallon Capital last year to get more involved in politics and philanthropy, with a focus on the environment. In 2010, he funded an ad blitz that helped scuttle Prop 23, an oil-industry law that would have sabotaged California's carbon reduction policy. Last year, Steyer spent millions more to campaign for Prop 39, which closes corporate tax loopholes and spends the money on clean-energy research.” 
  • Reply to: PBS Killed Wisconsin Uprising Documentary "Citizen Koch" To Appease Koch Brothers   3 years 2 months ago
    My congratulations to PR Watch for exposing the insidious effects of the Koch brothers and Citizens United on public broadcasting. As a former employee of WGBH for more than 30 years, it was heartbreaking and infuriating to see the same Koch-supported union busting tactics used in Wisconsin applied to what was once PBS's strongly independent "flagship" station.

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