As Jane Mayer’s New Yorker Magazine piece argues, the Koch brothers prefer to stay in the shadows because they do not want the products they manufacture to become widely associated with their controversial and self-serving political agenda. With recent protests in Madison spotlighting their war on workers and the middle class, however, many people have found themselves wondering if any of the products they buy have been bankrolling these corporate douchbags.
Here is a list, compiled at the DailyKos:
Georgia Pacific Products: Angel Soft toilet paper • Brawny paper towels • Dixie plates, bowls, napkins and cups • Mardi Gras napkins and towels • Quilted Northern toilet paper • Soft ‘n Gentle toilet paper • Sparkle napkins • Vanity fair napkins • Zee napkins • Georgia-Pacific paper products and envelopes
Georgia Pacific Building Products: Dense Armor Drywall and Decking • ToughArmor Gypsum board • Georgia pacific Plytanium Plywood • Flexrock • Densglass sheathing • G/P Industrial plasters (some products used by a lot of crafters) • FibreStrong Rim board • G/P Lam board • Blue Ribbon OSB Rated Sheathing • Blue Ribbon Sub-floor • DryGuard Enhanced OSB • Nautilus Wall Sheathing • Thermostat OSB Radiant Barrier Sheathing • Broadspan Engineered Wood Products • XJ 85 I-Joists • FireDefender Banded Cores • FireDefender FS • FireDefender Mineral Core • Hardboard and Thin MDF including Auto Hardboard Perforated Hardboard and Thin MDF Wood Fiberboard, Commercial Roof Fiberboard, Hushboard Sound Deadening Board, Regular Fiberboard Sheathing, Structural Fiberboard Sheathing
INVISTA Products/Brands: COMFOREL® fiberfill • COOLMAX® fabric • CORDURA® fabric • DACRON® fiber • POLYSHIELD® resin • SOLARMAX® fabric • SOMERELLE® bedding products • STAINMASTER® carpet • SUPPLEX® fabric • TACTEL® fiber • TACTESSE® carpet fiber • TERATE® polyols • TERATHANE® polyether glycol • THERMOLITE® fabric • PHENREZ® resin • POLARGUARD® fiber • LYCRA® fiber
[Full article at DailyKos]