While Schweitzer is now slamming opponents of Medicaid expansion, back when he was governor in 2011, Schweitzer expressed a certain amount of skepticism about expansion, even worrying — similar to AFP’s current claims — that it would “run the risk of bankrupting” the state.
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees announced last week that it will no longer support United Negro College Fund (UNCF) because the Koch brothers have donated to UNCF.
Ohio Democrat Ed FitzGerald’s campaign for governor demonstrates his party’s increasing reliance on a few narrow “progressive” themes: FitzGerald is running on a pro-abortion, pro-union, anti-Koch brothers platform.
Ohio union bosses have scheduled a special Columbus screening of Citizen Koch, a far-left revisionist history of Big Labor’s failed attempt to unseat Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker in 2012.
Youngstown Vindicator Managing Editor Mark Sweetwood suggested in a June 6 Twitter post that Charles and David Koch donate millions to United Negro College Fund (UNCF) because they are racists.
Opponents of Franklin County Issue 6, which would double the amount of property taxes paid to the nonprofit that runs the Columbus Zoo, must contend with over half a million in pro-levy spending from the proposal’s wealthy backers.
Contrary to how some unions are interpreting it, a new report about corporate subsidies shows Koch Industries gets no favors in Wisconsin.
Union-funded ProgressOhio took a comical swing at The Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions this week with a report decrying the free market think tank’s donors and affiliations. The report was co-authored by the Soros-funded Center for Media and Democracy.
Media Matters for America, a DC-based nonprofit expressly created to pull the “mainstream” press further left, tried to discredit Media Trackers with a September 6 blog post titled “8 Myths That Media Trackers Wants Inserted In Medicaid Coverage.”
The Orlando Sentinel this week hypocritically focused on the conservative non-profit group Americans for Prosperity (AFP) by highlighting their alleged funding sources, yet repeatedly ignored the controversial funding sources of leftist activist groups when reporting on their activities.