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David Koch

This is the face of Donald Sterling. And those are the brothers Koch, Charles and David, who spend most of their money trying to help others with no thought of benefit for themselves. These three men belong to one of America's fastest growing disadvantaged groups: billionaires.
The site is described as, "In 2002, our U.S. Tea Party is a national event, hosted continuously online, and open to all Americans
2012-11-22-whypovertybanner.jpgI tend to make films about perpetrators, rather than victims. Therefore, on this subject it seemed to be important to make a film that would investigate whether wealthy interests in the United States actually create poverty. There is no question that income inequality is increasing in the US. I wanted to find out why.
Two billionaire brothers who have become heroes to America's libertarian movement and bogeymen to America's left are backing