A left-wing advocacy group Public Citizen issued a report criticizing the libertarian philanthropist Charles Koch for donating money to George Washington University’s Regulatory Studies Center, which Public Citizen claims unduly influences the Trump administration’s deregulatory agenda.
Topic: Charles Koch Foundation
But somehow they only find it has a shade on it when it comes from the right, and after its been spent.
A joint study conducted by Gallup, the Knight Foundation, and other foundations recently surveyed American college students on the First Amendment, otherwise known as the freedom of speech.
A Florida State University research project will research how certain prison reforms will reduce the amount of ex-inmates committing crimes and will help them adjust to civilian life, which aligns with the Trump administration’s recently-outlined principles.
The Koch-funded Eudaemonia Institute at Wake Forest University has made it past its first year and college faculty at Wake Forest cannot find a way to derail its mission to study how humans flourish (i.e. the free market).
It’s a good question posted by a several-part series by the William Pope Center, although the piece does read like an anti-Koch piece.
Specifically, the faculty senate said that the agreement between the university and the Charles Koch Foundation means that donors would have undue influence over professors, in addition to their opposition to renaming the law school…