Billionaire mega-donor Charles Koch admitted that the handful of billionaires who bankroll political campaigns are doing it because they expect something in return.
The Kochs are going on the offensive in favor of pro-corruption bills in WI.
Wisconsin Republicans have been caught in the spin cycle with their latest attack on the state's independent, nonpartisan Government Accountability Board.
Voters don't want more money in politics, but Wisconsin Republicans are doing it anyway.
The Wisconsin GOP is out for revenge, and the Kochs have their back.
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.
Over and over again in Tuesday's marathon hearing, citizens objected to Vukmir's bill and demanded to know who was behind it. Now we know.
Charles Koch misled CBS when he suggested that the Kochs' political spending is publicly disclosed.
Three bills are moving to decriminalize the behavior at the heart of the John Doe investigation, to exempt politicians from similar corruption probes and to defang the nonpartisan agency that aided the investigation.
In Wednesday's GOP presidential debate, Donald Trump boasted proudly about rejecting a $5 million check--but really, he was boasting about not flagrantly breaking the law.