A hard-hitting and revealing investigation of the1% in America at its very worst. Koch Brothers Exposed is the latest film from Acclaimed Director Robert Greenwald (Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price, Outfoxed, Rethink Afghanistan). From environmental pollution to their efforts to dismantle social security for working Americans, the Koch Brothers have launched a large network, attacking our American values.
There is a group of billionaires gathered in the California desert trying to figure out ways to repeal healthcare, defeat president Obama and pretty much give corporations more influence in America’s government. As RT’s Ramon Galindo shows us, angry Americans are trying to fight back against the Koch’s secretive influence.
With a history of activism, Van Jones emerged as a national environmental leader, calling for green economic development in urban America. He founded the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights and was founding president of Green for All, a national campaign for green-collar opportunities. Jones’ first book, The Green Collar Economy, was a NYT best seller, and he went on to serve as special advisor to the White House Council on Environmental Quality in ’09. He’s a Yale Law grad and has worked as a journalist and been an independent publishe