Koch money buys the right to screen new faculty at public university

December 29, 2013 | By | Reply More

Nothing new here, in a way. Big money getting its way.

On the other hand, it is outrageous that anyone should be able to invade a public university’s hiring process, yes, even in return for donations. This is shameful. Rachel Maddow reports.

Apparently unsatisfied with simply buying politicians, the Koch Brothers have turned their attention and pocketbooks to purchasing economics professors of supposedly “public” universities and funding economic studies which support their extreme right-wing economic theories.


Category: Corporatocracy, Corruption, Education

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