THE  BOOK  "DARK  MONEY"  IS  ABOUT  THE  KOCH  BROTHERS  AND  OTHER  BILLIONAIRES  WITH  THEM [WELL  DAVID  KOCH  DIED  AT  AGE  79]  WHO  SPEND  A  HUGE  AMOUNT  OF  THEIR  MONEY  TO  TAKE  OVER  THE  REPUBLICAN  PARTY,  AND  BRING  IN  THEIR  RADICAL  MIND  OF  THE  FAR  RIGHT,  FROM  WAY  OUT  PLANET  PLUTO  WAY,  AND  SO  MAKE  THE  USA  GOVERNMENT  IN  THEIR  RADICAL  IMAGE.  EVEN  DONALD TRUMP  THINKS  THEY  ARE  NUTS,  AND  IS  NOT  INVITED  TO  THEIR  SECRET  MEETINGS.


IF  YOU  REALLY  WANT  TO  KNOW  ABOUT  THE  SECRET  SIDE  OF  THOSE  WHO  WANT  TO  RE-VAMP  THE  "REPUBLICAN"  PARTY,  AND  ARE  CLOSE  TO  DOING  IT,  YOU  NEED  TO  READ  THE  BOOK  "DARK  MONEY"  BY  JANE  MAYER..... THE  RESEARCH  DONE  IS  MIND-BENDING---- THE "NOTES"  COVER PAGE 381 TO 425  IN  SMALL  WRITING.   


Charles Koch

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Charles de Ganahl Koch (/koʊk/; born November 1, 1935) is an American businessman, political donor and philanthropist. As of March 2019, he was ranked as the 11th-richest person in the world, with an estimated net worth of $50.5 billion.[2] Koch has been co-owner, chairman, and chief executive officer of Koch Industries since 1967, while his late brother David Koch served as executive vice president. Charles and David each owned 42% of the conglomerate. The brothers inherited the business from their father, Fred C. Koch, then expanded the business.[3] Originally involved exclusively in oil refining and chemicals, Koch Industries now includes process and pollution control equipment and technologies, polymers and fibers, minerals, fertilizers, commodity trading and services, forest and consumer products, and ranching. The businesses produce a wide variety of well-known brands, such as Stainmaster carpet, the Lycra brand of spandex fiber, Quilted Northern tissue, and Dixie Cup.

Koch Industries is the second-largest privately held company by revenue in the United States according to a 2010 Forbes survey.[4] In February 2014, Koch was ranked 9th richest person in the world by Hurun Report[5] with an estimated net worth of $36 billion. Previously, in October 2012, he was ranked the 6th richest person in the world with an estimated net worth of $34 billion—according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index[6]—and was ranked 18th on Forbes World's Billionaires list of 2011 (and 4th on the Forbes 400), with an estimated net worth of $25 billion, deriving from his 42% stake in Koch Industries.[7] Koch has published three books detailing his business philosophy, The Science of Success,[8] Market Based Management,[9] and Good Profit.[10]