A Trump-tied anti-immigration 3-day conference begins tomorrow. Who is attending, and who is sponsoring it?
Buffalo real estate developers – including Carl Montante and Howard Zemsky – are bringing in millions of dollars per year through leases to ICE and CBP.
Ed Cox is joining the Trump 2020 campaign to help re-elect a president who has declared war on the climate. He also personally profits from the fossil fuel industry. And yet, he remains the chairman of the NY League of Conservation Voters Education Fund.
Billionaire hedge fund manager and Wendy’s owner Nelson Peltz owns a $123 million Florida estate and gives big to Donald Trump – but he refuses to pay a penny more per pound of tomatoes so farmworkers can have better wages and working conditions.
The Job Creators Network is nothing but a billionaire-backed front group with the sole aim of defending corporate power.
Private equity firm Capital Partners is profiting off of child detention – and it has a host of advisors tied to the defense industry and the Trump administration.
William Barr, Trump’s nominee for Attorney General, has been paid millions by the corporate world that he’ll now be tasked to oversee.
These NYC Republican elites fashion themselves as “moderates.” So why are they embracing and enabling far-right, violent white nationalists?
The fossil fuel industry held a “consumer” conference in Pennsylvania with Ryan Zinke, just after it released a sham report. Why is the media reporting on these astroturf efforts so uncritically?
Learn how to identify your local elected officials who are taking money from immigrant detention profiteers – so you can hold them accountable.
The same Wall Street interests that are profiting from Trump’s immigration policies are set to schmooze with Steve Bannon, a key architect of Trump’s xenophobic agenda.
As public pressure grows against those profiting from the incarceration of immigrant families, we look at the politicians taking money from these corporations and their executives.