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Sunday, March 06, 2005

Council for National Policy:

"Most Americans - even many self-professed political junkies - probably have never heard of CNP or would confuse it with countless other groups with similarly unremarkable names (including the Center for National Policy, a liberal group). But conservative activists would know what Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has referred to as 'the heart of a great conservative movement that helped to make America strong and prosperous in the 20th century - and is now helping to ensure she remains free and secure in the 21st century,' or what Indiana Republican Congressman Mike Pence has called 'the most influential gathering of conservatives in America.' But because CNP has been so successful at maintaining its secrecy - flouting the law for more than two decades - it has managed to obscure the depth of its reach in conservative political organizations, political fundraising, the conservative media, and even the Bush administration itself."
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