The Center for Media and Democracy adds Arn Pearson and Zachary Peters to help advance its investigative work and support its litigation efforts.
"My career in the military and as a federal prosecutor fighting violent criminals and terrorists did not fully prepare me for the tactics employed by these special interest groups," says prosecutor.
Mike Roman, the head of the Kochs' "intelligence gathering" operation, helped propel perhaps the most egregious case of race-baiting voter fraud hucksterism in recent years.
Two major Wisconsin employers sent shockwaves through the state when they announced plant closures and layoffs that could affect thousands of jobs.
Billionaire mega-donor Charles Koch admitted that the handful of billionaires who bankroll political campaigns are doing it because they expect something in return.
Former Senator Fred Thompson (R-TN) passed away on November 1, 2015, but his legacy of giving the Koch Brothers a pass on their first major foray into funneling money to win elections continues unabated.
The Kochs are going on the offensive in favor of pro-corruption bills in WI.
Voters don't want more money in politics, but Wisconsin Republicans are doing it anyway.
The proposal introduced Thursday by Assembly Speaker Robin Vos would cripple the public’s ability to identify the special interests who give directly to candidates by firm or industry.
The Wisconsin GOP held a public hearing today on three bills to welcome secret money in political campaigns, cripple ethics and election law enforcement, and make it harder to vote.