My dislike for Sepp was based on a visceral feeling that he was full of it. But I found an article I want to share about the Right to Work Movement. Here’s a wonderful quote
“The transition to our time has been seamless. Charles Koch’s father, Fred Koch, made his name in right-wing politics as one of the leaders of the Kansas Right-to-Work movement. The fight in Kansas was more bitter and protracted than in Texas — Kansas had a strong tradition of populism and farmer socialism — but in 1958, they succeeded and the law passed. That same year, Fred Koch co-founded the crypto-fascist John Birch Society with eleven other industrialists, the most powerful grassroots libertarian outfit of the postwar era until his son Charles raised libertarianism to an entirely new level.”
Libertarianism–Fascism wearing a smiley face.
Anyway, this is an interesting read:
I strongly hope this is passed around the internet and read far more widely than it already has been.