Citizen Koch

Citizen Koch

Directed by Carl Deal, Tia Lessin

A searing exposé on the state of American democracy and the fracturing of the Republican Party, CITIZEN KOCH investigates the money behind the Tea Party and traces the impact of unlimited election spending by corporations and billionaires.

A searing exposé on the state of American democracy and the fracturing of the Republican Party, CITIZEN KOCH investigates the money behind the Tea Party and traces the impact of unlimited election spending by corporations and billionaires.

Cast: Brian Cunningham, Dee Ives, Mari Jo Kabat, David Koch, Rep. Gwen Moore, Buddy Roemer, Scott Walker

Member Reviews

An insightful look into the money behind the Republican Party these days: ie the wealthiest of Americans are doing their best to deprive the rest of Americans of their ability to succeed. This is quite the look at the unending double-talk of Scott Walker and his ilk, and worth everyone seeing to better understand how they're being trampled upon by the people that are meant to be serving them.

Interchange42
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a month ago

i was disappointed. I thought this would be about the Koch brothers, but it's more about the issues and people the Koch brothers fund. Most of the film was about the conflict between Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin and the public sector unions which was already covered extensively in the news. The Koch brothers were major funders of Walker but I learned not a tiny bit more about them then I already knew from The Colbert Report and The Daily Show.

Kryshu
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a year ago