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https://plus.google.com/115958295900210268653 Kam-Yung Soh : "[Tim Cook:] While I have never denied my sexuality, I haven’t publicly acknowledged it either, until...
"[Tim Cook:] While I have never denied my sexuality, I haven’t publicly acknowledged it either, until now. So let me be clear: I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me.
[...]
I don’t consider myself an activist, but I realize how much I’ve benefited from the sacrifice of others. So if hearing that the CEO of Apple is gay can help someone struggling to come to terms with who he or she is, or bring comfort to anyone who feels alone, or inspire people to insist on their equality, then it’s worth the trade-off with my own privacy.
[...]
When I arrive in my office each morning, I’m greeted by framed photos of Dr. King and Robert F. Kennedy. I don’t pretend that writing this puts me in their league. All it does is allow me to look at those pictures and know that I’m doing my part, however small, to help others. We pave the sunlit path toward justice together, brick by brick. This is my brick."
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I was giving a young girl advice on how to achieve success tonight. No she didn't ask for it, I felt the need to give it. While doing this it brought up the quotes, " Robert F. Kennedy said, "Somemen see things as they are and say why, while I dream dreams ther never were and say why not". And Einstein said, "Logic will get you from point A to point B. But imagination will get you everywhere". Live out side the box! An example of that is my late wife Sherry told a friend Emily you need to market your clothing. Emily listened to Sherry and now she has her own clothing line. Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream that was totally outside the box, and died for his dream! But, for the most part his dream was realized! Companies like Google and Microsoft have decided that they won't hire people my age, because they want young thinking. Well let me say you have just put yourself in a box. And by the way who has seen the progression of technology. People my age and they are the same people that see where it can go. Because of your wisdom and expierence we can take technology to places that younger people can beause they have no reference point. Dumb Asses!  Who will you be in the box or live out side the box? Take a chance and see what the world has to offer! It is totally up to you!!! Please Share if you agree.
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Tim Cook Says He’s ‘Proud to Be Gay’
Tim Cook Says He’s ‘Proud to Be Gay’ ( APPLE CEO )
Apple chief Tim Cook: 'I'm proud to be gay'

Timothy D. Cook, Apple’s chief executive, said he was “proud to be gay” in an essay published early Thursday, becoming by far the most prominent executive of a public company to come out.

“Let me be clear: I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me,” Mr. Cook wrote in the essay, published by Bloomberg Businessweek.

Mr. Cook, 53, has never spoken publicly about his sexual orientation in the many years he has worked in the spotlight at Apple.

In his essay, Mr. Cook also noted that he had spent much of his life trying to keep his personal matters private, which is why he had not previously spoken in public about his sexual orientation.

“Apple is already one of the most closely watched companies in the world,” he wrote, “and I like keeping the focus on our products and the incredible things our customers achieve with them.”

While he has never talked about it publicly, Mr. Cook’s sexuality has been a widely open secret in Silicon Valley. In private forums, he has alluded to facing difficulties growing up as a young man in Alabama, where he was raised for much of his childhood. He has said that human rights and dignity are values that need to be acted upon.

With his essay, Mr. Cook becomes the most prominent gay man in the corporate world, joining a very short list of openly gay executives at public companies. He also defies corporate sexual identity norms; 83 percent of gay, lesbian and bisexual people hide aspects of their identity at work, according to a Deloitte report.

Silicon Valley, and technology companies in particular, have taken largely progressive stances on gay rights and advancement in the workplace. Companies like Google, Facebook and Apple participate regularly in San Francisco’s annual gay pride parade. And many of these companies, including Twitter, Intel and Apple, offer more inclusive health benefits packages to gay employees and their partners.

Continue reading the main story
Activist groups were quick to praise Mr. Cook for his essay, while lauding Apple’s progressive history. “Tim Cook’s announcement today will save countless lives,” the Human Rights Campaign, America’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights group, said in a statement. “He has always been a role model, but today millions across the globe will draw inspiration from a different aspect of his life.”

As Apple’s chief executive, he has publicly pushed for marriage equality in its workplace, and had consistently enacted progressive policies to encourage gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender candidates to work for the company.

Apple has publicly supported a workplace equality bill in California, site of the company’s headquarters, and spoke against a bill passed in Arizona which Apple said discriminated against the gay community.

Mr. Cook recently gave a speech in Alabama, in which he denounced his home state’s history of human rights and addressed its record of inequality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals.

“As a state, we took too long to take steps toward equality, and once we began, our progress was too slow,” he said at the event, where he was inducted into Alabama’s Academy of Honor, the highest praise the state can give one of its natives.

“Too slow on equality for African-Americans. Too slow on interracial marriage, which was only legalized 14 years ago. And still too slow on equality for the L.G.B.T. community,” he said, noting that workers in Alabama can still be fired based on their sexual orientation.

Arthur D. Levinson, chairman of Apple’s board, issued this statement, saying, “Tim has our wholehearted support and admiration in making this courageous personal statement.”

Mr. Levinson added: “His decision to speak out will help advance the cause of equality and inclusion far beyond the business world. On behalf of the board and our entire company, we are incredibly proud to have Tim leading Apple.”

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In the essay, Mr. Cook cited Robert F. Kennedy and the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., whose framed photos are on his office wall, as his inspiration for publishing his essay on Thursday.

“I don’t pretend that writing this puts me in their league,” he wrote. “All it does is allow me to look at those pictures and know that I’m doing my part, however small, to help others.”
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“We pave the sunlit path toward justice together, brick by brick. This is my brick,” he wrote.

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Tim Cook Says He’s ‘Proud to Be Gay’ Tim Cook Says He’s ‘Proud to Be Gay’ ( APPLE CEO ) Apple chief Tim Cook: 'I'm proud to be gay' http://youtu.be/3GkbsSVeuYw Timothy D. Cook, Apple’s chief executive, said he was “proud to be gay” in an essay published early Thursday, becoming by far the most prominent executive of a public company to come out. “Let me be clear: I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me,” Mr. Cook wrote in the essay, published by Bloomberg Businessweek. Mr. Cook, 53, has never spoken publicly about his sexual orientation in the many years he has worked in the spotlight at Apple. In his essay, Mr. Cook also noted that he had spent much of his life trying to keep his personal matters private, which is why he had not previously spoken in public about his sexual orientation. “Apple is already one of the most closely watched companies in the world,” he wrote, “and I like keeping the focus on our products and the incredib...
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Tim Cook Says He’s ‘Proud to Be Gay’

Timothy D. Cook, Apple’s chief executive, said he was “proud to be gay” in an essay published early Thursday, becoming by far the most prominent executive of a public company to come out.

“Let me be clear: I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me,” Mr. Cook wrote in the essay, published by Bloomberg Businessweek.

Mr. Cook, 53, has never spoken publicly about his sexual orientation in the many years he has worked in the spotlight at Apple.

In his essay, Mr. Cook also noted that he had spent much of his life trying to keep his personal matters private, which is why he had not previously spoken in public about his sexual orientation.

“Apple is already one of the most closely watched companies in the world,” he wrote, “and I like keeping the focus on our products and the incredible things our customers achieve with them.”

While he has never talked about it publicly, Mr. Cook’s sexuality has been a widely open secret in Silicon Valley. In private forums, he has alluded to facing difficulties growing up as a young man in Alabama, where he was raised for much of his childhood. He has said that human rights and dignity are values that need to be acted upon.

With his essay, Mr. Cook becomes the most prominent gay man in the corporate world, joining a very short list of openly gay executives at public companies. He also defies corporate sexual identity norms; 83 percent of gay, lesbian and bisexual people hide aspects of their identity at work, according to a Deloitte report.

Silicon Valley, and technology companies in particular, have taken largely progressive stances on gay rights and advancement in the workplace. Companies like Google, Facebook and Apple participate regularly in San Francisco’s annual gay pride parade. And many of these companies, including Twitter, Intel and Apple, offer more inclusive health benefits packages to gay employees and their partners.

Continue reading the main story
Activist groups were quick to praise Mr. Cook for his essay, while lauding Apple’s progressive history. “Tim Cook’s announcement today will save countless lives,” the Human Rights Campaign, America’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights group, said in a statement. “He has always been a role model, but today millions across the globe will draw inspiration from a different aspect of his life.”

As Apple’s chief executive, he has publicly pushed for marriage equality in its workplace, and had consistently enacted progressive policies to encourage gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender candidates to work for the company.

Apple has publicly supported a workplace equality bill in California, site of the company’s headquarters, and spoke against a bill passed in Arizona which Apple said discriminated against the gay community.

Mr. Cook recently gave a speech in Alabama, in which he denounced his home state’s history of human rights and addressed its record of inequality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals.

“As a state, we took too long to take steps toward equality, and once we began, our progress was too slow,” he said at the event, where he was inducted into Alabama’s Academy of Honor, the highest praise the state can give one of its natives.

“Too slow on equality for African-Americans. Too slow on interracial marriage, which was only legalized 14 years ago. And still too slow on equality for the L.G.B.T. community,” he said, noting that workers in Alabama can still be fired based on their sexual orientation.

Arthur D. Levinson, chairman of Apple’s board, issued this statement, saying, “Tim has our wholehearted support and admiration in making this courageous personal statement.”

Mr. Levinson added: “His decision to speak out will help advance the cause of equality and inclusion far beyond the business world. On behalf of the board and our entire company, we are incredibly proud to have Tim leading Apple.”

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In the essay, Mr. Cook cited Robert F. Kennedy and the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., whose framed photos are on his office wall, as his inspiration for publishing his essay on Thursday.

“I don’t pretend that writing this puts me in their league,” he wrote. “All it does is allow me to look at those pictures and know that I’m doing my part, however small, to help others.”

“We pave the sunlit path toward justice together, brick by brick. This is my brick,” he wrote.

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Tim Cook Says He’s ‘Proud to Be Gay’ Tim Cook Says He’s ‘Proud to Be Gay’ ( APPLE CEO ) Timothy D. Cook, Apple’s chief executive, said he was “proud to be gay” in an essay published early Thursday, becoming by far the most prominent executive of a public company to come out. “Let me be clear: I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me,” Mr. Cook wrote in the essay, published by Bloomberg Businessweek. Mr. Cook, 53, has never spoken publicly about his sexual orientation in the many years he has worked in the spotlight at Apple. In his essay, Mr. Cook also noted that he had spent much of his life trying to keep his personal matters private, which is why he had not previously spoken in public about his sexual orientation. “Apple is already one of the most closely watched companies in the world,” he wrote, “and I like keeping the focus on our products and the incredible things our customers achieve with them.” While he has never talked ...
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https://plus.google.com/109714525877893974297 Christophe R. Patrouch : "When I arrive in my office each morning, I’m greeted by framed photos of Dr. King and Robert F. Kennedy...
"When I arrive in my office each morning, I’m greeted by framed photos of Dr. King and Robert F. Kennedy. I don’t pretend that writing this puts me in their league. All it does is allow me to look at those pictures and know that I’m doing my part, however small, to help others. We pave the sunlit path toward justice together, brick by brick. This is my brick."
Tim Cook: 'I'm Proud to Be Gay' - Businessweek

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https://plus.google.com/106756946037071810677 Tau-Mu Yi : Tim Cook: "When I arrive in my office each morning, I’m greeted by framed photos of Dr. King and Robert...
Tim Cook: "When I arrive in my office each morning, I’m greeted by framed photos of Dr. King and Robert F. Kennedy. I don’t pretend that writing this puts me in their league. All it does is allow me to look at those pictures and know that I’m doing my part, however small, to help others. We pave the sunlit path toward justice together, brick by brick. This is my brick."

#Justice #IncrementalProgress
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https://plus.google.com/106756946037071810677 Tau-Mu Yi : An exceptional statement by Apple CEO Tim Cook on the challenges and triumphs of #Diversity: "At the...
An exceptional statement by Apple CEO Tim Cook on the challenges and triumphs of #Diversity:

"At the same time, I believe deeply in the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, who said: “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’ ” I often challenge myself with that question, and I’ve come to realize that my desire for personal privacy has been holding me back from doing something more important. That’s what has led me to today. [...]

While I have never denied my sexuality, I haven’t publicly acknowledged it either, until now. So let me be clear: I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me. [...]

Being gay has given me a deeper understanding of what it means to be in the minority and provided a window into the challenges that people in other minority groups deal with every day. It’s made me more empathetic, which has led to a richer life. It’s been tough and uncomfortable at times, but it has given me the confidence to be myself, to follow my own path, and to rise above adversity and bigotry. It’s also given me the skin of a rhinoceros, which comes in handy when you’re the CEO of Apple. [...]

I don’t consider myself an activist, but I realize how much I’ve benefited from the sacrifice of others. So if hearing that the CEO of Apple is gay can help someone struggling to come to terms with who he or she is, or bring comfort to anyone who feels alone, or inspire people to insist on their equality, then it’s worth the trade-off with my own privacy. [...]

Part of social progress is understanding that a person is not defined only by one’s sexuality, race, or gender. I’m an engineer, an uncle, a nature lover, a fitness nut, a son of the South, a sports fanatic, and many other things. I hope that people will respect my desire to focus on the things I’m best suited for and the work that brings me joy. [...]

When I arrive in my office each morning, I’m greeted by framed photos of Dr. King and Robert F. Kennedy. I don’t pretend that writing this puts me in their league. All it does is allow me to look at those pictures and know that I’m doing my part, however small, to help others. We pave the sunlit path toward justice together, brick by brick. This is my brick."
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https://plus.google.com/110584517635020993981 zoki san : Everyone knew Tim Cook was gay, but read this just for the writing.  He's a gay man who grew up in the...
Everyone knew Tim Cook was gay, but read this just for the writing.  He's a gay man who grew up in the south 40+ years ago.  He lives in the lap of Gay tolerance now, but he knows what it's like.  I dislike most of what Apple stands for (loss of freedom, litigiousness, abusive negotiation, worker repression by proxy) but let's give Tim the high road this day.  This is inspiring stuff.
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https://plus.google.com/115866238196149585581 Filipa Figueiredo : ** “ The Dreamers “     Bernardo Bertolucci - 2003   “Some men see things the way they are and ask ‘...
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  “ The Dreamers
“     Bernardo Bertolucci - 2003   “Some men see
things the way they are and ask ‘why’?    Others dream of what’s never
been and ask ‘why not’?”     (Robert F. Kennedy) Sabem, aquela definição da Droga, como substância magnetizante,
estimul...
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 “ The Dreamers “    Bernardo Bertolucci - 2003   “Some men see things the way they are and ask ‘why’?    Others dream of what’s never been and ask ‘why not’?”     (Robert F. Kennedy) Sabem, aquela definição da Droga, co...
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https://plus.google.com/117843913477064479468 Terry Grier : This is My Brick When I arrive in my office each morning, I’m greeted by framed photos of Dr. King ...
This is My Brick

When I arrive in my office each morning, I’m greeted by framed photos of Dr. King and Robert F. Kennedy. I don’t pretend that writing this puts me in their league. All it does is allow me to look at those pictures and know that I’m doing my part, however small, to help others. We pave the sunlit path toward justice together, brick by brick. This is my brick.

I enjoyed reading this.  Tim does not present on stage like Steve Jobs did but I think Tim Cook has the passion and commitment Jobs did and continues to bring it forward.  Good for him.

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https://plus.google.com/110054944436884567109 Ian Tang : "When I arrive in my office each morning, I’m greeted by framed photos of Dr. King and Robert F. Kennedy...
"When I arrive in my office each morning, I’m greeted by framed photos of Dr. King and Robert F. Kennedy. I don’t pretend that writing this puts me in their league. All it does is allow me to look at those pictures and know that I’m doing my part, however small, to help others. We pave the sunlit path toward justice together, brick by brick. This is my brick."
—Tim Cook, Apple CEO
#MuchRespect  
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https://plus.google.com/116473568436988991925 Claes Magnusson : Tim Cook i en öppenhjärtig intervju i Businessweek: When I arrive in my office each morning, I’m greeted...
Tim Cook i en öppenhjärtig intervju i Businessweek:

When I arrive in my office each morning, I’m greeted by framed photos of Dr. King and Robert F. Kennedy. I don’t pretend that writing this puts me in their league. All it does is allow me to look at those pictures and know that I’m doing my part, however small, to help others. We pave the sunlit path toward justice together, brick by brick. This is my brick.

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https://plus.google.com/106606805720760281327 Fazhan Nur Rezza Fauzi : Why A Great Woman is Behind Every Great Man? //She provides self-confidence By praising what you do...
Why A Great Woman is Behind Every Great Man?

//She provides self-confidence
By praising what you do and not demeaning your ideas or vision, a great woman can stroke your ego and give you the confidence you need to succeed.

//She feeds ambition & drive
Women enjoy men who are fueled with ambition, drive and dedication.

//She offers solid support
A great wife is there to listen to you and help you deal with issues. She offers emotional support which makes you feel better about yourself. In addition to fulfilling our professional goals, we need to occasionally refuel our emotional tanks. A loving and intimate life partner will be there for you. She let's you take risks and she's got your back in public.

//She allows you to take risks
People who avoid risk rarely become successful. By providing a stable personal life and encouraging your vision, a supportive spouse can give you the confidence to take the risks necessary to reach the next stage in your professional life. Most of us need some sort of stability. If our personal lives are disheveled, it's hard to make our professional lives work. A spouse who cares deeply for you and shares your dreams (yet maintains her independence) will give you the confidence to take on more ambitious professional challenges. Remember the great quote from Robert F. Kennedy: "Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly." Business success involves risk. A wonderful life partner will let you reach for the stars, but be there to catch you if you fall back down to earth.

//She gives life perspective
A loving spouse helps you to see what's really important in life. As ambitious men, we can literally work ourselves to death and miss out on what is truly important — faith, friendship, community, and public service. It's these things that make the world a better place, not how many dollars you've accumulated when you leave it.

//She carries the household
By no means does this imply that successful men should have spouses that stay at home. A strong woman maintains her own identity and supportive husbands recognize, accept and encourage it.

//She always by your side
The term "trophy wife" has a negative connotation and deservedly so. A woman is not a trophy for achieving financial or professional goals. But life with a strong, independent, loving, nurturing, and supportive spouse carries its own rewards for both partners.

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https://plus.google.com/113348788722349710211 Laércio Lima : Waiting for the Sunset Under Robert F. Kennedy Bridge-Astoria Park NYC
Waiting for the Sunset
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https://plus.google.com/117514118714733656070 Madeline Cole : Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly. - Robert F. Kennedy
Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly. - Robert F. Kennedy
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Waiting for the Sunset
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https://plus.google.com/102039980905271378834 Allen Korn : Unseen  JANIS JOPLIN footage:  Scroll down 1/3 in link below' to 2nd video  (1 min.+) See unseen JIMI...
Unseen  JANIS JOPLIN footage:  Scroll down 1/3 in link below' to 2nd video  (1 min.+)

See unseen JIMI HENDRIX in the First (4; min). video (along w/ Mike Bloomfield, Janis, a young David Crosby, etc.)

"Now Mr. Pennebaker, 89, and Ms. Hegedus, 62, are looking for a new home for their ever-expanding trove: vintage camera equipment, hundreds of file folders and boxes and crates filled with outtakes, correspondence and many, many reels of 16-millimeter films, all of it housed either in their Upper West Side townhouse or an underground, James Bond-like cold-storage warehouse called Iron Mountain, in upstate New York. Among the films made between them: “Monterey Pop,” “Elaine Stritch at Liberty” and “Depeche Mode 101,” which made lasting friends out of Mr. Pennebaker and the boys in that band"



Dylan and Joplin, the Director’s Cut
Dylan and Joplin, the Director’s Cut
Unseen film reels of Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin and Robert F. Kennedy are locked away in a limestone mine called Iron Mountain. Filmmakers D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus want to give them a new home.
Video by Samantha Stark on Publish Date October 27, 2014. Photo by Michael Nagle for The New York Times.

“Johnny’s in the basement, mixing up the medicine,” and a young Bob Dylan, lean of body and scruffy of hair, flips cue cards along to his lyrics as the poet Allen Ginsberg stands off to the side, chatting. This landmark video, for “Subterranean Homesick Blues,” opened the 1967 documentary “Dont Look Back,” which became a rock doc classic and also earned the man behind the camera, D. A. Pennebaker, a place in film history.
In the near half-century since, Mr. Pennebaker — the D. A. is for Donn Alan, but he goes by Penny — has made some four dozen documentaries (the vast bulk with Chris Hegedus, his wife and collaborator), inspired the likes of Michael Moore and won an honorary Academy Award. Still actively making films, the couple will receive a lifetime achievement award at DOC NYC next month.
D. A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus’s Counterculture Archive - NYTimes.com
D. A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus, whose documentaries have captured moments in history and counterculture, are seeking a home for their film archive and related materials.
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https://plus.google.com/108257153502707936410 Rachel Palmer : It suggests a disease, specifically KDS—Koch Derangement Syndrome. Among those afflicted is self-styled...
It suggests a disease, specifically KDS—Koch Derangement Syndrome.

Among those afflicted is self-styled environmentalist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. The day before The Star article—a coincidence?—he, too, singled out the Kochs, this time for questioning the agenda of that day’s million-madman climate march in New York. “They are enjoying making themselves billionaire by impoverishing the rest of us,” ranted Kennedy. “Do I think the Koch brothers should be tried for reckless endangerment? Absolutely.”

One can forgive this aging dilettante for failing to understand free enterprise. His buccaneer grandfather swindled his billions. But RFK 2.0 should understand the family history well enough to know that granddad bought the presidency for Uncle Jack. His wish to imprison a couple of honest billionaires for their above-board involvement in politics suggests that KDS, like syphilis, rots the brain.

Ingram's :: The Truly Daffy Demonization of the Brothers Koch

As Wichita's Koch family has learned the hard way, the surest way to make mortal enemies in contemporary America is to build a hugely successful business, stick to your principles, and care about the future of your country. A bantam-weight among those enemies is The Kansas City Star.
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