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Dr. Theodore BaehrCy Bahakel, Sr, Carole Baker , Dick Baker, Terry C. Balderson, Howard A. Ball, William H. Ball Jr., Dr. David Balsiger, A. Clifford Barker, Herbert Barness, Tommy Barnett, David H. Barron, Rep. William G. Batchelder III, Hon. Gary Bauer

 

Dr. Theodore Baehr - CNP Member 1996, 1998. Chairman, Good News Communications; CEO, Christian Film & Television Commission, a non-profit organization committed to lobbying and educating the entertainment industry and the general public of the media's impact on its audiences; publisher, Movieguide 1 a biweekly family guide to Hollywood entertainment;  writes a syndicated column for 44 publications nationwide; award-winning producer, writer, director, radio personality, and world scholar; featured on "Oprah Winfrey Show," CNN, "Entertainment Tonight," "The 700 Club," and the "Morton Downey, Jr. Show"; author, Getting the Word Out, The Christian Family Guide to Movies & Video (Vols. 1 & 2), and others; past president and directed, Episcopal Radio-Television Foundation; serves on the board or board of advisors of more than 20 organizations including the National Religious Broadcasters, the American Theater of Actors. Baehr attended seminary and served on the board of the National Council of Churches (which is funded by Rockefeller amongst others). 2

Member of National Religious Broadcasters Board of Directors, current or past> See: The 2005 National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Convention With Focus On Mel Gibson's The Passion Recut and also see: The 2005 National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) Convention With Focus On Michael Rood

Signed the Coalition on Revival (COR) Manifesto. He is also on COR's Steering Committee  and signed the document Evangelicals and Catholics Together II. Dennis Peacocke's Coalition on Revival (COR) was co-founded and headed by Jay Grimstead. Jay Grimstead's COR Manifesto is the document which outlines COR's goals and objectives. The 135 Christian activists who signed the document in 1986 committed themselves to working for the realization of COR's goals "until the day we die." Those on the COR steering committee include other CNP members as well as recognized shepherding movement leaders such as Bob Mumford and Ern Baxter, as well as Jack Van Impe. 

For Dennis Peacocke, Mumford, Doner See: Shepherding; Jay Grimstead

Baehr's Movieguide is also found online at OnePlace.com 3.  OnePlace, Ltd. operates OnePlace.com, which is a subsidiary of Edward G. Atsinger's Salem Communications detailed in that biography.  Movieguide is "The PREMIER family publication for information on current movie releases. The best advice you'll get on the latest from Hollywood!"  Dr. Baehr's yearly Movieguide® Awards Gala, includes the $25,000 Epiphany Prizes for the Most Inspiring Movies and Television Programs. "These cash awards are granted by Sir John Templeton for movies and television programs which help people to know and understand God and His love."

Baehr's commentary is featured in major publications including USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The Hollywood Reporter, and U.S. News and World Report. Dr. Baehr's lectures have taken him to The House of Lords of The Parliament of the U.K., the Bombay Communication Institute, Dartmouth College, University of Virginia and U.C.L.A. In 1999, Dr. Baehr addressed the International Roman Catholic Bishop's "Conference on the Family" in Manila, Philippines, March 25-27. He spoke on how Christians can become media wise, which is based on his latest book, THE MEDIA-WISE FAMILY.

Baehr is Executive Committee Chairman, The Religious Heritage Freedom Foundation.4  Other executive include, J. Kermit Campbell, John B. Damoose; Vonette Bright; James Barrett; Nancy W. Damoose, Freedom Ministries of America; Jay A. Sekulow (CNP), American Center for Law and Justice. 

The Advisory Committee includes: Bernice Brandel; Dr. William "Bill" R. Bright (CNP); Sarah Belk Gambrell; Ruth Stafford Peale Center for Christian Living; Dr. Robert Schuller Senior Pastor, Crystal Cathedral; Sir John Templeton, Retired, Templeton Investment Group. Numerous categories of RHA awards 5. include recipients such as Billy Graham and Sir John Templeton. A must see list. 

One of RHA's Projects, is the 2001 The Great Freedom Train Project, which will take a 24-car train across America, departing in 2001 on a 5-year journey to 200+ cities and towns. The train will feature a state-of-the-art exposition on the US spiritual and moral heritage, it's spiritual roots, and the "two faces" of America today, all in the context of a Biblical World View. It will bring the Bible to life and "re-present," with excitement and impact, the fundamental lessons of the Old and New Testament. The Project, co-sponsored by the Religious Heritage of America Foundation and Freedom Ministries of America, is supported by a growing multi- denominational coalition, including Dr. Bill Bright and Campus Crusade for Christ, Mission America (a consortium of hundreds of ministries and churches under the leadership of Bill Bright, Billy Graham and Paul Cedar), the Catholic Alliance, Promise Keepers, The North American Mission Board, the Southern Baptist Convention, and many others. RHA helped initiate the ecumenical National Day of Prayer.    Footnotes 1-5

Cy Bahakel, Sr.- CNP 1984, 1988, 1996, 1998; President, Bahakel Communications, Inc, the second largest privately held broadcasting group in the U.S., with seven television stations, 11 radio stations, six cable systems, and a pay-TV system. Attorney at Law, Former North Carolina State Senator.

Carole Baker - CNP 1996 Board of Governors 

Dick Baker- CNP 1984, 1988, 1996, 1998; President, Residential Land Company; elder and member, Church and State committee of Briarwood Presbyterian Church.

Terry C. Balderson- CNP 1996, 1998; president, Capital Formation Counselors, Inc., a management and economic consulting firm; member, board of overseers, Institute of World Politics, Washington, DC; board of trustees, Brevard College; board of advisors, Bionomics Institute San Rafael, Ca.

Institute of World Politics ~ Other Members include CNP's Beverly DanielsonJohn Lenczowski  , Thomas L. Phillips

Howard A. Ball- CNP Board of Governors 1984-85, member current;  Howard served as Director of Lay Ministry for Campus Crusade for Christ from 1963 to 1973.  He also developed multi-national Christian leadership conferences throughout Europe.  From 1973 to 1992 he served as Founder and President of Churches Alive, International, which serves churches from more than 45 denominations in over 45 states of the USA and 14 countries. He has spoken and taught  in 57 countries on every continent of the world.   "He is also convinced that a great spiritual awakening is already underway and accelerating as churches reclaim their identity as centers for evangelism and discipleship." He rejoined Campus Crusade in 1992 to re-develop the former Lay Ministry under the new name of ChurchLIFE 6.; On the Board of Reference for the Billy Graham Training Center in North Carolina. 

Member of The Interfaith Council for Environmental Stewardship (ICES) or Signer of Cornwall Declaration  > See: ICES

His wife Barbara, recently co-authored with Vonette Bright the book, The Joy of Hospitality - Fun Ideas for Evangelistic Entertaining. She has traveled throughout the United States, as well as Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Africa, and Europe speaking on personal spiritual growth at Christian leadership conferences and women's retreats.  She has also been the featured speaker at evangelistic events such as coffees, luncheons, and banquets; as well as on television and radio.   Footnotes 6

William H. Ball, Jr. - CNP Board of Governors 1982, member 1984, 1988, 1996, 1998; vice president, Ball Pantec Modular Building Systems; owner, Lucianno Foods, Inc. Indianapolis, IN; member of Leadership Council 7 of the Conservative Caucus 8 ; former CEO of the Haag Drug Company; special consultant for Ball Corporation in Nigeria (deals in glass, plastic and metal containers as well as Aerospace technologies w/NASA); board member Center for Scientific Creation; Constitutional lawyer, pro-family spokesman, and vice-president and Attorney for the Board of Directors, International Christian Communications, Inc. 9  ("a Christian organization serving Chinese churches through publishing and media ministry, training ministry, China ministry, and other services, to assist the Chinese Church worldwide to grow in Christ, to witness for Him in all parts of the world, and to expand the Kingdom of God.")- publisher of the Christian Inquirer. 10    Footnotes 7-10

Dr. David Balsiger - CNP Member 1988, 1996. Costa Mesa advertising and public relations executive. He received his Bachelor's degree from National University and doctorate from Lincoln Memorial University for his outstanding Lincoln research; wrote The Lincoln Conspiracy; trained as a private investigator;  TV field producer-director, international rights manager, advertising executive, and the author of 39 literary works. Researcher for Sun International Pictures. He is the vice-president and co-partner in Grizzly Adams Productions, Inc. Balsiger produces specials and video series, including Secrets of the Bible Code Revealed, How to Prepare Your Family for Y2K, Bible Code: The Future and Beyond, The Quest for Noah’s Ark, The Bible’s Greatest Secrets Revealed, The Bible’s Greatest Miracles. 

His best-selling books In Search of Noah’s Ark and The Lincoln Conspiracy were made into major films. "The Incredible Discovery of Noah's Ark," was a hoax. 11 

Signed the Coalition on Revival (COR) Manifesto. He is also on COR's Steering Committee. Dennis Peacocke's Coalition on Revival (COR) was co-founded and headed by Jay Grimstead. Jay Grimstead's COR Manifesto is the document which outlines COR's goals and objectives. The 135 Christian activists who signed the document in 1986 committed themselves to working for the realization of COR's goals "until the day we die." Those on the COR steering committee include other CNP members as well as recognized shepherding movement leaders such as Bob Mumford and Ern Baxter, as well as Jack Van Impe.  Listed in Who's Who In America. 

For Dennis Peacocke, Mumford, Doner See: Shepherding; Jay Grimstead

Editor and publisher Biblical News Service; founder, president, coordinator of Restore a More Benevolent World Order (RAMBO) coalition [See CNP ORGs]; 1985 executive committee member of Dennis Peacocke's Anatole Fellowship, reorganized as "Christian Public Policy Council," whose goal is to influence the Republican Party. In mid-80's published Christian Voice's "Candidates Scorecards" , including Presidential Scoreboard, Candidates Biblical Scoreboard, and Family Protection Scoreboard; organized a Ban the Soviet Coalition campaign. 12  David Finzer coordinated the Ban the Soviets Coalition office in Washington DC. Ban the Soviets was a coalition of rightwing groups--including Cuban exile groups Alpha 66 and Cuba Independiente Democratica, the contra Nicaraguan Democratic Force, the Conservative Caucus, Friends of Freedom Foundation, American Freedom League, the Unification Church's Collegiate Association for Research of Principles, and Richard Viguerie (CNP) Communications--that worked to ban the Soviets from the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.(60) The World Anti-Communist League (WACL), political front for Moon's Unification church,  was a member organization of RAMBO coalition.(16) Through RAMBO, WACL was linked to Young Americans for Freedom 13., College Republicans, Students for America, Freedom's Friends [William Murray and the contras], The Conservative Caucus, Alpha 66, American Coalition for Traditional Values, Alive and Free [Dennis Peacocke's], National Young Vietnamese for Freedom, and Nemesis.(16)" 14   Footnotes 11-14

David Finzer is co-founder of the World Youth Freedom League, the youth branch of WACL.(41) Finzer heads the Washington-based Conservative Action Foundation, a group which has supported the Mozambique National Resistance (MNR or RENAMO). The World Youth Freedom League reportedly received funding from WACL in South Korea. Finzer also served on the board of the International Youth Year Commission, an entity implicated in diversion of funds to the contras in the Iran-Contra scandal. 15  Other Leaders include, John K. Singlaub, Colonel Doner [disciple of Dennis Peacocke], Robert K. Dornan, Dr. Donald Sills, Dr. Jack Wheeler , Howard Phillips and Tomas D. Schuman (former KGB agent.)16  

Ban the Soviet Coalition major spokesman is Church Universal & Triumphant minister, E. Gene Vosseler.  Balsiger described him as "like a right arm for me" and said he is among those responsible for coalition finances. 

"In May 1988, Robert Grant was invited as the keynote speaker for the annual conference of the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations (ABN), which included many of the same anti-Semitic East European emigre groups recruited by David Balsiger's RAMBO Coalition. With headquarters in Munich and chapters throughout Europe and the United States, the ABN is nostalgic for the days when the Nazis occupied Eastern Europe. 17

Scott Anderson and John Lee Anderson, authors of Inside the League, describe the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations (ABN) as: 'the largest and most important umbrella for Nazi collaborators in the world...A prime criterion for membership appears to be fealty to the cause of National Socialism; ABN officers constitute a virtual Who's Who of those responsible for the massacre of millions of civilians in the bloodiest war in history.'...July 13, 1982, [ABN's] Yaroslov Stetsko, a man who went to prison for participating in the murder of Polish officials, who once proclaimed his devotion to the Nazis, whose followers assisted in the slaughter of Jews in the Ukraine, sat in the center of the front row of a reception hall to hear Reagan announce, "Your dream is our dream. Your hope is our hope."...Roman Zwaryz, an ABN official, told a reporter in 1984, "the Captive Nations Week ceremonies...have been... an indicator of a basic, fundamental shift in American foreign policy...we are being consulted as to the content of [Radio Liberty] broadcasts being sent into the Ukraine...The effect of those consultations could be seen in 1985; at the beginning of Reagan's second term in office, congressional investigators found that Radio Liberty and Radio Free Europe were broadcasting "unacceptable material...characterized as ant-Semitic, anti-Catholic or even anti-Western" into the Soviet bloc. Among the offending broadcasts was "a positive description of the Nazi unit Galizien [Galician SS], which was responsible for allowing Ukrainians to murder thousands of Jews in Lvov." 18 

For Radio Free Europe See: J. Peter Grace

Balsiger is 'contact' name for CNP's (Late) Lt. General Daniel O. Graham's "High Frontier". 19  Footnotes 15-19

 

A. Clifford Barker - CNP 1984; John Birch Society 20 Society Chairman (1984); President, Chairman, Navidyne Corporation.   Footnotes 20

Herbert Barness - CNP 1988; (d. 1998) past -President of the Barness Organization, a real estate development firm; was member of the Republican National Committee.

Tommy Barnett - CNP 1984, 1988;  Phoenix First Assembly of God; Ordained Minister, Assemblies of God Conference; board evangelist and missionary; board member California Theological Seminary (Fresno); 3 time recipient Fastest Growing Church in America Award and Davenport, Iowa's Man of the Year. Head of  LA International Dream Center 21.--  A Former Executive Presbyter of the  General Council of the Assemblies of God, he currently serves on the board and executive committees of many organizations, including the following: Oral Roberts University, Board of Regents; James Robison Evangelistic Association (CNP); "Ministries Today" Magazine ; Phoenix First Assembly of God 22; L.A. International Church; New Heritage Carolina Corporation; Dr. David Yonggi Cho = Church Growth International, Board of Directors . 

Tommy's teachings are Word-Faith doctrine, and he is one of the founding trustees of the Charismatic Bible Ministries (CBM), which was founded by Oral Roberts. See: Eject2 and Shepherds in Disguise; Intro: LCJE ; Lausanne Consultation On Jewish Evangelism 

Quoting from the article series: A Toast To Scientology; from the sub article: Update -please see full articles

"....Re: Matthew Barnett, [CNP's] Pastor Tommy Barnett's son, who is senior pastor at Phoenix First Assembly of God,  mentioned in the article as being "the sixth largest church in the United Stated of any denomination, listing average weekend attendance in excess of 10,000. As the largest congregation in the Assemblies of God, the Church is looked to for direction and innovative leadership by the more than 5,000 pastors and church leaders who attend the annual Pastors' School at Phoenix First Assembly..." 23 Others suggest Barnett's church is 3rd largest in the US. The theology of the Barnett's is word-faith.

A Press Release has stated the following:

RPD 5919 10/16/2001 5:11 AM

FOR IMMEDIATE MEDIA RELEASE (From International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, http://www.foursquare.org)

CHANGE OF PASTORS AT ANGELUS TEMPLE

Los Angeles, California. On Sunday, October 14, 2001, Revs. Ed and Ivy Stanton announced their resignation as pastors of Angelus Temple, to be effective October 31...

As leaders of the Foursquare denomination considered the future of Angelus Temple, their attention was drawn to the renowned Dream Center, just a few miles away. At the same time, the senior pastor of the Dream Center, Pastor Matthew Barnett, approached Foursquare leaders to see if there was a way that the two churches could join their efforts to reach the city of Los Angeles.

It soon became clear that the Dream Center embodies the same values that have defined the ministry of Angelus Temple. Matthew Barnett embraces the same vision that the founder of the Foursquare denomination and Angelus Temple, Aimee Semple McPherson, so fervently followed regarding ministry to the city of Los Angeles.

... Currently, 135 other Dream Centers have been established across the nation and the world.

Rev. Matthew Barnett, best-selling author of The Church That Never Sleeps,... At age 27... Matthew learned strong principles of ministry while he worked with his father, who pastors what Time magazine considers one of the largest churches in America. He received the Religious Heritage Award in 1999 ... His ministry has been endorsed by U.S. President George W. Bush who has expressed high regard for Matthew's achievements.

Leaders of the Foursquare Church and the Dream Center began to work together to find a way that the two denominations (Assemblies of God and Foursquare) could come together,... Pastor Matthew, encouraged by his father, Rev. Tommy Barnett of the First Assembly of God in Phoenix, Arizona, sought counsel with several Foursquare leaders. He and his father also consulted with Assemblies of God leaders who expressed great joy at the prospect of the two denominations working together to reach the world with one powerful voice.

It is with pleasure that ICFG President Paul Risser announces the appointment of Rev. Matthew Barnett as the senior pastor of Angelus Temple to be effective November 1, 2001. While continuing the phenomenal daily community service of the Dream Center at its nearby location (formerly the Queen of Angels hospital), a process will begin to merge the congregations of Angelus Temple, Angelus Temple East (which has been worshiping in Pasadena, California) and the Dream Center. Until the completion of the remodeling and the upgrading of Angelus Temple (presently scheduled for completion, Easter 2002), Sunday services will be held in the Angelus Auditorium and at the Dream Center. When the refurbishing is completed, services will be conducted in the Angelus Temple sanctuary, which will have a capacity of 3,500....

Regarding the appointment to Angelus Temple, Pastor Matthew states, .... "The reason for this great change is because we are walking in the footsteps of another who changed her community - Aimee Semple McPherson. Her story, her life, her example have been the greatest inspiration in my life. Nearly all of what we do today is because of what she did yesterday. ... My dream as a young man was to some day carry on the legacy of transforming the city of Los Angeles into a beacon of hope. Now, through God's provision, I have the opportunity to pastor the church which Sister McPherson started."

In making this announcement, ICFG President Paul Risser remarks, "In welcoming Matthew Barnett into our Foursquare family, we are taking immense steps toward fulfilling the destiny which God has appointed for Angelus Temple and for the Kingdom of God. The Dream Center is more than a location; it is a spiritual movement providing a reproducible model of ministry to the city. We look forward to a dynamic future together."

Re: Matthew Barnett and Religious Heritage Award---CNP's Theodore Baehr is Executive Committee Chairman, The Religious Heritage Freedom Foundation. Other executive include,... Jay A. Sekulow (CNP), American Center for Law and Justice. 

The Advisory Committee includes: ... Dr. William "Bill" R. Bright ... Dr. Robert Schuller Senior Pastor, Crystal Cathedral; Sir John Templeton, Retired, Templeton Investment Group. Numerous categories of RHA awards 24  include recipients such as Billy Graham and Sir John Templeton. A must see list. ...  RHA helped initiate the ecumenical National Day of Prayer.

Twice-divorced Aimee Semple McPherson's Foursquare Church is the American extension of British-Israelite Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance of Great Britain which has influenced the American Assemblies of God.

See: 'A Little Identity Crisis ~ British Israelism    Footnotes 21-24

David H. Barron- CNP 1984, 1988, 1996; Chairman, the Jefferson Educational Foundation; President, Barron Investment Properties, Inc.; past national chairman, Young Republicans; board member U.S. Youth Council, International Young Democratic Union; trustee, The Barron Trusts; director, the Fairmont Companies, Committee for a Free Angola, Andrel Sakharov Campaign for Human Rights, Free Africa Coalition.

According to Media Transparency, the Washington, D.C based Jefferson Education Foundation has received only one $25,000 grant, 12/23/87, from the Bradley Foundation. 25 

Efforts to discover exactly what it does have proven fruitless, although David Barron still corresponds as head of the Foundation.

Roy Godson, A Georgetown University professor, was a member of the 1980 CIA transition team and has been a paid consultant to the USIA, the NSC and the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. He is Washington director of the National Strategy Information Center, which provided funding to Aruno Cruz. Godson has also been a paid advisor to the CIA-connected U.S. Youth Council, the parent of the International Youth Year Commission, which is assumed to be the "Intl. Youth Comm." named on the flow chart of North-supervised contra support entities...Godson solicited donations for North and the Nicaragua operation, at least once using the Heritage Foundation as a conduit." 26 

Barron is listed with U.S. Dept of Justice Foreign Agents Registry. "The principal purpose of Congress in enacting the Foreign Agents Registration Act was to ensure that the Government and the people of the United States would be informed of the identity of persons engaging in political activities for or on behalf of foreign governments, foreign political parties and other foreign principals, so that they might appraise their statements and activities in the light of their associations." 27. 

Board of DIRECTOR AND ADVISORS of the INTERNATIONAL WILDERNESS LEADERSHIP (WILD) FOUNDATION 28 : "Active in politics and private business for over 25 years, Mr. Barron is Chairman of the Board of Barron Birrell, Inc. and a prominent champion of democracy and human rights In various capacities over the years he has represented U.S. policies abroad, and is a recognized expert in sub-Saharan African politics. He has addressed the U.N., authored foreign policy articles, and led many Congressional Tours to Africa where he now concentrates his attention--developing U.S.-southern African business/political ties, and as a committed conservationist. He is an active charitable and cultural patron of many organizations, and is listed in Who’s Who in American Politics."   Footnotes 25-28

Rep. William G. Batchelder III - CNP 1982, 1984, 1988, 1996, 1998, 30 years as Ohio Rep. Retired in 1998. Sought position as judge 1998 and is now one of five judges with Ohio's 9th District Court of Appeals.

Hon. Gary Bauer - CNP Executive Committee 1996, 1998. Founded  in 1983, and President from 1988-1999, the Family Research Council, (FRC) 29 a political lobbying organization which merged with Focus on the Family from 1988-1992, then reorganized as a separate 501C-3 in October 1992.  In 1997, a new headquarters for FRC, a six-story building stands at 801 G Street N.W. in Washington, D.C. was built and decorated with funds through resources provided by FRC benefactors, the families of Edgar Prince  and Elsa Prince (CNP) and Richard DeVos (CNP Rich DeVos) [FRC "Washington Watch" 1/3/97] Author of several books and co-author of Children at Risk: The Battle for the Hearts and Minds of Our Kids written with Focus on the Family President and Founder, Dr. James Dobson.

Bauer is now Chairman, Campaign for Working Families 30, "a non-partisan political action committee (PAC) dedicated to electing pro-family, pro-life and pro-free enterprise candidates to federal and state offices," formed by Bauer in 1996. "In the first two years of operation, CWF raised over $7 million to become the 5th largest PAC in the country for the 1998 election cycle and the leading pro-family, pro-life political action committee in America."  Bauer is an Advocate for the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, is on the Advisory Board for The Center for Jewish and Christian Values, "a special project of the Fellowship, works to improve the moral climate in our country by bringing together Jews and Christians in support of a common set of principles and programs on which to build a more moral society in America." SEE: EJECT2; Apostles, Prophets & The International Fellowship of Christians & Jews

Bauer was featured as a speaker at Sun Myung Moon's Women's Federation For World Peace Conference in Washington DC in 1996 and had a full page ad in the Moon-owned Washington Times in August, 1997. 

Bauer ran as a candidate for the Republican nomination for President of the U.S. In February, 2000, he withdrew his candidacy and endorsed pro-abortion candidate, John McCain. Prior to joining FRC, Bauer served in President Ronald Reagan's administration for eight years, during the last two years as President Reagan's Chief Domestic Policy Advisor. Previously, Bauer was under Secretary of Education beginning in July 1985, when he was confirmed by unanimous vote in the U.S. Senate. While serving at the Education Department, Bauer was named Chairman of President Reagan's Special Working Group on the Family.

Ken Connor, Florida trial attorney and pro-life leader, is the new President of  Family Research Council as of September, 2000. FRC also introduced, September 26, 2000, the new  National Advisory Committee "composed of eleven leaders from academic, political, theological, and media fields to strategize with the council and advance its research to the widest possible audience." 31   

Committee members include:

The Honorable Steven C. Baldwin, Member, California Assembly
Jane Chastain, political commentator, columnist and broadcaster
William T. Devlin, President, Urban Family Council
Dr. John R. Diggs Jr.
Raymond L. Flynn, President, Catholic Alliance
Allen C. Guelzo, Ph.D., Dean, Eastern College >See:
World Vision: Institute for Global Engagement & Eastern College
The Honorable
Alan Keyes, former United States ambassador to the United Nations (CNP)
Connaught (Connie) Marshner, Raphael Services (CNP)
Janet Parshall, radio talk show host (Special Assistant to the President of Concerned Women for America, Mrs. Beverly LaHaye)
The Reverend Laurence White, Senior Pastor, Our Savior Lutheran Church
Dr. Bernard Nathanson, pro-life leader, producer of "The Silent Scream"
Maggie Gallagher, columnist and author of "A Case for Marriage"

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