Inside the Koch brothers' campus crusade

By Dave Levinthal

The billionaire industrialists aren’t just investing in politicians, but also young hearts and minds.

Excerpts from this story referencing "Americans for Prosperity":

"… also serves as a board member of three Koch private foundations, plus Americans for Prosperity, a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization that during the 2012 election cycle&nb …"

"… according to the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics. In all, Americans for Prosperity spent $122 million during 2012 — more than it had from its for …"

Koch brothers pour more cash into think tanks, ALEC

By Paul Abowd

Billionaire Koch brothers continue to shower free-market causes with tax-exempt gifts.

Excerpts from this story referencing "New York City":

"… 0 million grant giving in 2011 to the renovation of a theater in New York City. The Koch brothers' complete Internal Revenue Service Form 990 tax f …"

Koch brothers wade into Wisconsin union fight

By Jeremy Borden

Americans for Prosperity, a nonprofit funded in part by the conservative billionaire Koch brothers, has launched a 30-second television adve

Excerpts from this story referencing "Wisconsin":

"… onaire Koch brothers, has launched a 30-second television advertisement in Wisconsin that asks, “Who decides Wisconsin’s future: Voters or government union …"

"… 30-second television advertisement in Wisconsin that asks, “Who decides Wisconsin’s future: Voters or government unions?”Charles G. and David H. Koch ar …"

"… e private sector. Governor Walker has the courage to do what’s right for Wisconsin.”The Center reported in October that Americans for Prosperity was one of …"

"… a sister nonprofit.Koch Industries was one of the biggest contributors to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign. Americans for Prosperity was a key Republi …"

Koch's low profile belies political power

By Kevin Bogardus

Private oil company does both business and politics with the shades drawn

Excerpts from this story referencing "Minnesota":

"… refineries, pipelines, or offices, including Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota and Oklahoma.While the Senate committee did not officially charge Koch wit …"