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Patricia Beck, John D. Beckett, Melvin Behnke, Jeffrey Bell, Carlos Benitez, Mark A. Benson, Ray Berryman, Paul Bigham, Dr. Robert J Billings, William Billings, Morton Blackwell, Neal B. Blair, James K. Blinn, Thomas A. Bolan, John R. Bolton, Pat Boone, T.J. Bosgra , Richard Bott, Rich Bott, Dr. James C. Bowers, Lynn Francis Bouchey, L. Brent Bozell, III


Patricia Beck- CNP 1988; member, chairman's committee, National Conservative Political Action Committee.

John D. Beckett -CNP Member 1988, 1996, 1998. 1999, Board of Governors, 1989. Founding member, President and chairman, Intercessors for America a lobby group 1 ; Beckett is Secretary-Treasurer and board member Ed McAteer 's Religious Roundtable 1986 2 See: Religious Roundtable ; board of trustees, Northeast Ohio Roundtable; President, R. W. Beckett Corporation 3 ; Graduate of MIT,  John worked at Lear Siegler in Elyria, Ohio designing components for aircraft and missiles, before joining his father at his corporation.; Advisory Board Member, National Integrity Forum; Board of Directors, Free Congress Research and Education Foundation.; listed in Who's Who in America; 

Member of COR steering committee 4. Signed the Coalition on Revival (COR) Manifesto 5.  Beckett was also a sponsor of Bill Bright's Washington for Jesus rally in 1980. 

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

Board member of Active Control eXperts (ACX) 6 , along with Jeffrey Coors  (president), who wrote the forward to his book "Loving Monday", published by InterVarsity Press. 7

ACX, is a direct offspring of the Coors Brewing Co., born in late1992, when "the Adolph Coors Co., the holding company for Coors Brewing Co.... spun off its aluminum, packaging, ceramics and other technology businesses" to form the new company, the Coors statement explains. ACX's board includes Jeffrey Coors, who doubles as company president, William Coors (chairman of the board and president of Coors Brewing Co.), Joseph Coors, Joseph Coors, Jr. and John K. Coors. (Interestingly, one non-family board member, John D. Beckett, also sits on the Free Congress Foundation board which Jeffrey Coors chairs). 8 See: Holland (Holly) Coors   Jeffrey Coors   Joseph Coors

Intercessors for America, which partners with Mission America, America's National Prayer Committee and the Lighthouse Movement, etc., newsletters 9  indicate that the group is involved with shepherding discipleship cult leaders. See: LCJE   IFA has been supported by the Coors Foundation and is tied to Christian Reconstructionist organizations. "Intercessors for America was one of the groups that joined in a 1984 ceremonial dinner honoring Roberto D'Aubuisson of El Salvador. At the dinner a plaque was presented to D'Aubuisson honoring his "continuing efforts for freedom in the face of communist aggression which is an inspiration to freedom-loving people everywhere."(4) Roberto D'Aubuisson is the founder of the ARENA party currently in power in El Salvador. He is considered to be the father of the death squads in El Salvador."10  IFA directs supporters to pray for Star Wars.

John Talcott founded Intercessors for America, and also founded the rightwing Plymouth Rock Foundation.(1) [See: John G. Talcott Jr.] Talcott was a sponsor of Third Century Press, a group started by Bill Bright and then-Congressman John Conlan to publish and distribute conservative political books.."  Footnotes 1-10

Melvin Behnke - CNP, 1984, 1988, 1996, 1998; President, Mid America Directs, Inc. (Amway); Member Century club, Boy Scouts of America.

Jeffrey Bell- CNP 1984; Deputy Chairman, Citizens for America; former President, Manhattan Institute > See: Howard Ahmanson, Jr ; former political director, American Conservative Union; delegate, Republican National Convention 1980; political aide to Ronald Reagan, 1974-76.

The Manhattan Institute was founded in 1978 by William Casey, who later became director of the Central Intelligence Agency. 11   Footnotes 11

Carlos Benitez - CNP 1988; president, United Schools of America, Inc., an international management and consulting firm, providing technical assistance, training and management of international/national programs; past member, White House commission of Presidential Scholars, member The Jefferson Educational Foundation; former member National Advisory Board on International Education.

Mark A. Benson - CNP 1984; past vice president, The Freemen Institute--founded by Mormon and CNP's Dr. W. Cleon Skousen in 1972, which became the The National Center for Constitutional Studies 12., the nation’s leading organization in teaching seminars on the Founding Fathers and the U.S. Constitution.  Footnotes 12

Ray Berryman - CNP Board of Governors 1996, member 1998; CEO, Berryman & Henigar, 13. Orlando, Florida., "we've committed our organization to building stronger, deeper relationships with government organizations.  We are building long-term partnerships with agencies who expect and require accuracy, efficiency, and integrity in all aspects of community services."  Footnotes 13

Paul Bigham - CNP 1998; fundraising consultant for nonprofit organizations, specializing in direct mail, major gifts and planned giving; former senior consultant, Killion McCabe & Associates, Inc.; adjunct professor, SNW Edwin L. Cox school of Business, Meadows School of the Arts and Brookhaven College, guest speaker; board of directors, Dallas County Private Industry Council, National Kidney Foundation; advisory committee, Marketing Communications Executives International, North Dallas Financial Forum and Dallas Advertising League; received numerous advertising awards; B.B.A. and M.B.A., Southern Methodist University.

Dr. Robert J. Billings - CNP 1984, 1988; director, White House Liaison Office; headmaster, Riverdale Baptist Schools; former missionary; founding president, National Christian Action Coalition, a grassroots political lobby; Board member of  Paul Weyrich's Free Congress Research and Education Foundation; founder Heritage Academy; co-founder and former executive director of the Moral Majority >See: Dr. Jerry Falwell; former editor, Alert, a monthly newsletter dealing with legislation that affects the Christian home, church and school.

William Billings - CNP 1984, 1988; president, National Christian Action Coalition; editor, Alert; former executive director of Morton Blackwell's The Leadership Institute (below); named by Life magazine as one of ten most prominent leaders of the New Right.

Morton Blackwell - CNP 1982 Board of Governors, Executive Director CNP, 1991-present; Episcopalian; served on the White House Staff as Special Assistant to President Reagan for Public Liaison; former staff member, Senate Republican Policy Committee; former policy director, U.S. Senator Gordon J. Humphrey; overseer, 1980 Youth for Reagan effort; founder in 1979 and President, The Leadership Institute14 , a non-profit, non-partisan, educational organization, with 18 types of programs. "Conservative leaders, organizations and activists rely on the Institute for the preparation they require for success." "mission is to increase the number and effectiveness of conservative public policy leaders." LI recently provided political training to members of Maranatha, the shepherding cult. 15 [See: Robert T. Weiner] It's Campus Leadership Program 16  is "designed to foster permanent, effective, conservative, student organizations on every college campus in America. Leadership Institute field staff have already created new organizations on 207 campuses in 37 states. " Founder and chairman, Conservative Leadership PAC; Republican National Committeeman from Virginia; treasurer, Reagan Mumni Association; former editor, The NewRight Report; former contributing editor, Conservative Digest. Formerly with The Viguerie Company (CNP) [Richard Viguerie ]. Board member, American Conservative Union 17 , Free Congress Foundation (Paul Weyrich's), Legislative Studies Institute, National Right to Work Committee, Reagan Alumni (Treasurer). Received funding from the Coors Foundations.

Blackwell is also President, International Policy Forum, from the 1984 CNP Directory, "a foundation which promotes educational exchanges between conservatives in the US and pro-freedom leaders in other countries." From other articles however, the IPF is painted far different. IPF trains rightwing conservatives around the world in New Right political techniques. Paul Weyrich chairs IPF.

"Blackwell and Weyrich also lead International Policy Forum (IPF), which appears to be the international parallel to CNP. The two organizations held joint meetings in St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1991 and in Romania in 1992. Blackwell has also trained rightist political forces in Latin America and Africa(19) through IPF, notably supporters of the Pinochet military dictatorship, Argentinean rightists, and supporters of Inkatha chief Buthelezi in South Africa. It was Buthelezi's group that later attempted to create civil war in South Africa to keep apartheid policies in place. Inkatha worked with pro-apartheid and neo-nazi groups to stop the elections eventually won by Nelson Mandela. A number of IPF projects, including the Inkatha training, were aided by U.S. government funding through the National Endowment for Democracy.(20)" 18 

In the article Robespierre of the Right, describing the rise of the Religious Right,"... on the verge of realizing his right-wing utopia, Weyrich harvested what his friend Morton Blackwell termed "the greatest track of virgin timber on the political landscape": evangelicals. "Out there is what one might call a moral majority," he told Jerry Falwell in Lynchburg, Pennsylvania, in 1979. "That's it," Falwell exclaimed. "That's the name of the organization." Weyrich, who had converted from Roman Catholicism to the Eastern Orthodox church after Vatican II, did more than coin the name; with a handful of activists, he engineered the alliance between the Republican Party and the growing number of evangelicals angry over abortion rights and federal intrusion in parochial schools." 19 

The Secret Story of a Cult Apologist 20. reveals a photograph of Paul Weyrich and Morton Blackwell with the American head of Tradition, Family & Property (TFP) 21., Plinio de Correa de Olivier's. TFP is the parent organization of CESNUR, the cult apology network for cults such as Scientology. Blackwell endorsed Olivier's book, Nobility & Analagous Traditional Elites, on the necessity of restoring traditional Nobility & Elites to rule the world. In the Forward Blackwell wrote: "One does not have to accept Papal infallibility to appreciate a case persuasively made, using theological, moral, and prudential arguments. This book will convince many readers, whatever their faith, that good elites are legitimate, desirable and, yes, necessary." See: A Toast To Scientology series.

Spouse – Helen R. Blackwell, newsletter editor for the Eagle Forum Education and Legal Defense Fund > See: Phyllis Schlafly. Term: 1999-2000; 2000-2004; writer for the Eagle Forum Educational and Legal Foundation since 1981.Virginia state chairman, Eagle Forum; founding Governor and board member, Voting Integrity Project 22 with sponsors 23  including the Leadership Institute and the Federalist Society ; former member, State Central Committee, Republican Party of Virginia; member of the Board of Visitors of James Madison University in Virginia; is past Regent of the Eleanor Wilson Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and a Deacon of the Columbia Baptist Church. 

The Federalist Society 24. espouses the ideas that built the nation by suggesting it's mission includes, "limiting the federal government to its enumerated powers...Limits on National Power and Unconstitutional Conditions." Their main stated aim is to work among fellow scholars to advance changing the predominate liberal ideology in the judiciary, and to do this with members of academia and the judiciary, to work towards equalizing "The Federal Judiciary" with conservative and libertarian judges and promote "Self-Government," and state's rights. Many of their speakers and guests are members of elitist, old school establishment think tanks, with the ideologies of Anglo/American internationalism: CFR, Heritage, American Free Enterprise Institute, Council of National Policy, Brookings, and others mentioned throughout these articles. Among the above stated endeavors of this group, they are also now promoting things like "Church-State Cooperation in Welfare Reform." CNP's  Eugene Meyer   is executive director of the Federalist Society, with other leaders including Holland (Holly) Coors (CNP), Robert Bork, C. Boyden Gray, (CNP) Hon. Edwin Meese III , Scaife Foundation Trustee >Richard M. Scaife, (CNP) T. Kenneth Cribb, former Christian Coalition President Hon. Donald Paul Hodel (CNP), and Orrin Hatch, the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

AEI -Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies,> 25  "...the American Enterprise Institute and the Brookings Institution have established the new AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies. The primary purpose of the Joint Center is to hold lawmakers and regulators accountable for their decisions by providing thoughtful, objective analyses of existing regulatory programs and new regulatory proposals."  Footnotes 14-25

Neal B. Blair- CNP 1984, 1988; chairman, Agency for International Freedom representing Free the Eagle and other conservative organizations; President, Free the Eagle, Inc. a national citizen's research and education organization; president, Ruff-PAC, a political action committee supporting conservative candidates for elective office; chairman Mozambique Research Center.

RUFF-PAC> CNP's Howard J. Ruff is the Mormon investment counselor who was advising people to buy silver when the Hunt Brothers tried to make a fortune in it, but rather lost billions. The Hunt Brothers had upped the price per ounce to about $16 in the 1970s. 

James K. Blinn- CNP 1996, 1998 Board of Governors; 

Thomas A. Bolan - CNP Member 1984-85; 1988; 1996. Catholic; Attorney at Law; past, appointed by President, Director, Overseas Private Investment Corporation; Member, U.S. National Commission for UNESCO; Board of Editors, National Law Journal; former Chairman, Mercantile National Bank, Chicago; a Founder and Executive Committee member, Conservative Party of N.Y.; Member, Judicial Screening Committee, Sen. Alphonse D'Amato [R-N.Y.]; Co-Chairman, NY Reagan-Bush '84; National Judge Advocate Catholic War Veterans of the USA 26. ;World War II USAF veteran, decorated with Air Medal with five oak clusters. Member, Sovereign Military Knights of Malta. Listed in Who's Who in America; board member Eureka college; trustee St. John's University.

Reagan appointed knight, Tom Bolan, to greet Pope John Paul II when he stopped off in Alaska after visiting the Philippines in 1981. Bolan, a top advisor to Senator Alfonse D'Amato [R-N.Y.], is a partner in Saxe, Bacon and Bolan, the law firm of Roy Cohen (Senator Joseph McCarthy's henchman during the witch-hunts of the 1950s). 27. 

Member, Council of Regents 28, St. Francis College, which was started by Franciscan monks. Founding Trustee of the bogus St. Francis of Assisi Foundation, a scam initiated by fugitive Martin Frankel.

"Thomas A. Bolan, a 75-year-old New York lawyer, is among the people insurance mogul Martin Frankel duped with regard to his phony St. Francis of Assisi Foundation. Frankel, using the alias David Rosse, convinced Mr. Bolan that he wanted to donate $55 million to the poor through the Catholic Church. Frankel hired Bolan to help him structure his St. Francis of Assisi Foundation; Frankel's desire was to let the insurance companies that he ultimately wished to acquire understand that the Foundation had the Church's approval. Says Bolan, "We didn't want it to be called a Vatican foundation. On the other hand, we didn't want to say there was no connection at all." Bolan decided that affiliating the St. Francis of Assisi Foundation with Monitor Ecclesiasticus, a foundation with an account at the Vatican Bank, was the best way to structure the St. Francis foundation. This past spring, Bolan was required to travel to Rome to clear up a mishap regarding information that directly labeled St. Francis a Vatican foundation. Bolan had other work-related ties to the Vatican. In the 80's, his law firm represented Michele Sindona, a Sicilian banker who swindled millions of dollars from investors by abusing his ties to the Vatican." 29 

Reports reveal that Bolan was flown to Italy at Frankel's expense on March 9 for a meeting with the Vatican's secretariat - the Pope's equivalent of secretary of state - concerning the St. Francis Foundation's relationship with the Vatican-funded Monitor Ecclesiasticus Foundation. 30.  Martin Frankel recently fled the country after exposure of an alleged embezzlement scheme of $335 million from insurance companies. 31 Footnotes 26-31

John R. Bolton- CNP 1988; Assistant Attorney General of the United States; former partner, Covington and Burlington; former executive director, Committee on Resolutions, Republican National Committee; former Assistant Administrator for Program and Policy Coordination and general counsel, Agency for International Development 32., "USAID is an independent federal government agency that conducts foreign assistance and humanitarian aid to advance the political and economic interests of the United States." 

Agency for International Development is used as a CIA front.   Footnotes 32

Pat Boone - CNP Board of Governors 1982, member 1988.; president of KDOC-TV; Has co-chaired the National Day of Prayer on the first Thursday in May for years. In 1994, he co-chaired a (200 churches, 25 denominations, 54,000 attendance) week-long evangelistic crusade in the San Fernando Valley, where he spoke and sang; 1979 the Israeli government honored Pat with the Israel Cultural Award, that country’s highest award for non-natives, "in recognition of his artistry and humanitarianism." More recently the Israeli Tourism Department in the U.S. named him Christian Ambassador to Israel. In this capacity, he has led tours to Israel for the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) See: Dr. "M.G." Pat Robertson --; sponsor for "On Wings of Eagles," a project of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews. SEE: EJECT2, Apostles, Prophets & The International Fellowship of Christians & Jews ; Mainstreaming the Fringe  Former member of the Board of Directors of Religious Heritage of America (RHA). See: Dr. Theodore Baehr, Listed in Who's Who In America.

Pat Boone is a member in the 10,000 member of the Foursquare Gospel, Church on the Way pastored by Dr. Jack Hayford in Van Nuys, California; both Pat and Shirley Boone are current members of what is called the Deacon/Elder Committee of 100 and which is also known as the Servants Council. Trinity Broadcasting Network founders, Paul and Jan Crouch, are also members. The Foursquare Gospel Church founded by Aimee Semple McPherson is the American extension of British-Israelite Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance of Great Britain which has influenced the American Assemblies of God. Jack Hayford was instrumental in helping the Worldwide Church of God become a member of the National Association of Evangelicals. 33  

National Association of Evangelicals See: Fuller> The Original Five    Footnotes 33

T.J. Bosgra - CNP 1988, 1996,1998; president, T.J. Bosgra Insurance Agency, Inc., chairman, Hawaii Youth for Christ board; registered lobbyist, Hawaii State Legislature; author; member Gideons International; former executive board member, National Right to Life Committee and National Association of Evangelicals. 

National Association of Evangelicals See: Fuller> The Original Five

Richard Bott - CNP Board of Governors 1996, member, 1988, 1998; President, Bott Radio Network, 11 stations; Member, executive committee and board of directors, National Religious Broadcasters. Member of Ed McAteer ' Religious Roundtable Council of 56 34 [See:; ] Supporter of apartheid.

"South Africa's Department of Information (DOI) authorized expenditures of $73 million for more than 160 secret projects to buy politicians and media favorable to the apartheid state. "Rev. Moon's Washington Times was one of the beneficiaries -- approximately $4.5 million was funneled to Moon's overseas enterprises. The South African government bought substantial interest in a chain of more than sixty newspapers in the U.S...fundamentalist Christians remain the last bastion of support in the U.S. for South African apartheid. Beginning in the spring of 1986, Christian TV and radio preachers sympathetic to Pretoria have waged a media campaign... The current Christian Right media treatment of South Africa was organized at the February 1986 convention of the National Religious Broadcasters... In May, National Religious Broadcasters executive director Ben Armstrong toured South Africa with... Dick Bott, owner of a string of Christian radio stations in the Midwest... the tour was paid for not by U.S. broadcasters but by an "anonymous group of South African businessmen." Armstrong confirmed this and agreed that some of the money may come from the South African government, as Haus indicated.." 35.  

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     Footnotes 34-35

Rich Bott - CNP 1988, 1996, 1998; vice president, Bott Radio network, directing the programming and corporate development at radio stations in Kansas City, St. Louis, Memphis, Oklahoma City, Fort Wayne, and Modesto/Fresno; Outstanding Young Men of America; B.S. Management, with honors Bob Jones University.

Dr. James C.  Bowers - CNP Board of Governors 1996, member 1988; president A.B. Associates Inc., a computer software firm; professor of electrical engineering, University of South Florida; senior consultant for the US Army and Air Force; published numerous articles and commentaries on biblical, political and scientific topics.

Lynn Francis Bouchey - CNP Member1984-85, 1988; president, Council for Inter-American Security, a foreign policy research and education organization specializing in hemispheric defense and policy issues; international affairs consultant; secretary, Public Affairs Group., U.S. Mission, Organization of American States (OAS); co-author, International Terrorism: The Communist Connection; editor, The Real Secret War; doctoral candidate, Catholic University. Chairman of 1983 CAUSA Conference. 36 

Lynn Bouchey,  an active organizer for the Unification Church's CAUSA operations in Central and South America was a member of the Nicaragua national support committee during the early l980s. That committee was part of a multinational project coordinated by the Council for the Defense of Freedom with help from the Free Congress Research and Education Foundation. Other CIS members who were on country committees for this project were Andy Messing, then with the Conservative Caucus and Fr. Enrique Rueda, of the Free Congress Foundation.(26) Bouchey organized conferences in Latin America for the Unification Church's political arm, CAUSA, and has been affiliated with other projects of the Rev. Sun Myung Moon as well. In l981, for instance, he was "specially commissioned" by Moon's World Media Conference to prepare and present a "content analysis" of the coverage of U.S. policy in El Salvador conducted by the New York Times and the Washington Post.(10,26) Bouchey is a coalition adviser to The Coalition for America At Risk, a group backing President Bush's decision to use military force against Iraq.(42) " 37.  The organization's D.C. office is 1 floor below the CAUSA USA office.

Council for Inter-American Security, 1991 principals- [CNP] Lynn Francis Bouchey, pres; [CNP] Lt. General Gordon Sumner Jr. (USA-Ret.), chair.(13) [CNP] Lawrence D. "Larry" Pratt, sec; Richard W. Powell, treas; Michael Connelly, gen counsel. Directors: Robert W. Searby (Deputy Undersecretary for Intl Affairs, Dept of Labor), Patrick J. Buchanan (former communications director for President Reagan); Michael Carricarte (Carricarte Corp), Col. Samuel T. Dickens (American Security Council), Ronald F. Docksai (pres emeritus), Francis P. Graves (Republican Natl Committee), [CNP] Dr. Lewis Tambs (U.S. Ambassador to Colombia, Costa Rica), [CNP] Major F. Andy Messing, Jr. (National Defense Council), Robert Emmet Moffit (former senior Legislative Assistant for Foreign Affairs)....Members of the first Committee of Santa Fe: Lynn Francis Bouchey, Lt. General Gordon Sumner Jr., Dr. Lewis Tambs, editor.(23) Members of the second Committee of Santa Fe: Lynn Francis Bouchey, Gordon Sumner. " 38.  

Council for Inter-American Security,  was an ardent supporter of the Nicaraguan contras with an apparent main goal,  the defeat of communism in Latin America.  It had close affiliations with  the John Birch Society, the World Anti-Communist League, Alpha66/Brigade 2506 anti-Castro terrorist groups,  The LaRouche Organization, the Unification Movement of South Korea (Moonies),  various Christian fundamentalist and conservative Catholic groups. In 1980, it published a report known as the Santa Fe Document,  which  became a major part of the blue print and rationale for the Reagan Administration’s Latin American policy.  In addition providing policy rational, the Council provided people to fill policy making positions of the Reagan Administration The Council worked  to improve reputation of Salvadoran death squad leader Roberto D’Aubuisson and worked closely with the FBI on covert operations against "leftist" clergy and left-leaning organizations in the United States. It also worked closely with the Salvadoran police and military in tracking and monitoring Salvadorian refugees who had fled to the U.S. 39. 

The Sante Fe Document recommended various Proposals including,  Proposal 3,  "U.S. foreign policy must begin to counter (not react against) liberation theology as it is utilized in Latin America by the ‘liberation theology’ clergy."  "The role of the church in Latin America is vital to the concept of political freedom. Unfortunately, Marxist-Leninist forces have utilized the church as a political weapon against private property and productive capitalism by infiltrating the religious community with ideas that are less Christian than Communist."  Proposal 4: "The United States must reject the mistaken assumption that one can easily locate and impose U.S. style democratic alternatives to authoritarian governments…. This belief has induced the Carter Administration to participate actively in the toppling of non-Communist authoritarians while remaining passive in the face of Communist expansion"  Proposal 5: "Human rights, which is a culturally and politically relative concept that the present [Carter] administration has used for intervention for political change in countries of this hemisphere, adversely affecting the peace, stability and security of the region, must be abandoned and replaced by a non-interventionist policy of political and ethical realism." 40.  

Members of the Council included: Lewis Tambs (Sante Fe’s principle editor),  appointed as ambassador to Columbia and then Costa Rica (which was the launch point for Contra attacks into Nicaragua);  Robert Fontaine, appointed NSC advisor on Latin Amer. Affairs,  Editor for Washington Times (Mooney paper); retired Lt. Gen. Gordon Sumner,  appointed special assistant to the Secretary of State for Latin American Affairs;  Retired US Army Gen. John Singlaub, member of OSS and CIA, Implemented the CIA’s Phoenix Operation, responsible for the murder of ~40,000 Vietnamese and imprisonment of hundreds of thousands of others, fired by Carter when he openly disagreed with Carter’s plan to withdraw troops from Korea;  Anthony Bouscaren, Board member of American-Chilean Council, Board member of WACL, Worked for Wycliffe Drapers Pioneer Fund. 41 

In l988, the Committee of Santa Fe released a new document, Santa Fe II, with recommendations for the next administration. Although it is somewhat less ideological and more pragmatic than the original "Santa Fe Document," this second publication unlikely to have the impact of the first simply due to the changing political tenor of the country and the absence from the White House of a truly ideological president. 42

Bouchey, the co-author of  "The Strategy of Terror" (written with Stefan Possony), was a former member of the Young Americans for Freedom 43  employed by the American-Chilean Council, a front for the murderous Pinochet regime.[9] Possony, a Senior Fellow at  the Hoover Institute, long-time WACL operative and board member of Lyndon LaRouche's, Fusion Energy Foundation, was a founding member of the Council, as was Dr. Anthony Bouscaren, a right-wing operative who had worked for the racist Pioneer Fund....Another significant source of support for the Council and a host of other "conservative" organizations, was Rev. Moon's Unification Church. Bouchey helped organize two conferences for CAUSA, led by another retired general, E. David Woellner.[18] He was also a board member of the United States Global Strategy Council, identified by researchers, Louis Wolf and Frederick Clarkson as "another CAUSA operation."[19]  44  

For Pioneer Fund See: Thomas F. Ellis, Carter WrennJesse Helms

"The U.S. Global Strategy Council, headed by [CNP's] Steven A.F. Trevino, has ties to the Unification Church and CAUSA through [CNP's] Arnaud de Borchgrave and retired Gen. David Woellner.(26) De Borchgrave is editor of the Washington Times, a newspaper owned by the Unification Church. Woellner is (or was) president of CAUSA World Services.(26)" [American Freedom Coalition]; CNP's Raymond V. Raehn was co- founder of the U.S. Global Strategy Council (1981)

U.S. Global Strategy Council is a Washington-based organization, which was/is under the chairmanship of founder Ray Cline, former Deputy Director of the CIA, who maintains very close ties with the U.S. Intelligence community. "Taiwan became a laboratory for "total and unconventional warfare." It established a Political Warfare Cadres Academy-- D'Aubuisson is a graduate--with the assistance of WACL associate Ray Cline, who was CIA station chief in Taiwan form 1958-1962, then CIA deputy director for intelligence, State Department director of intelligence and founder of the U.S. Global Strategy Council. U.S. military personnel taught at the Academy....Moonie connections with the U.S. right...are extensive...[late] Lt. General Daniel O. Graham [CNP], a member of CAUSA USA's advisory board, heads the Star Wars lobby group, High Frontier. F. Lynn Bouchey [CNP], president of  the Council for Inter-American Security and member of the Committee of Santa Fe, helped organize two CAUSA conferences. Washington Times editor Arnaud de Borchgrave [CNP] serves on Ray Cline's U.S. Global Strategy Council, a Reagan advisory group. The Strategy Council's executive director is retired General E. David Woellner, president of CAUSA World Services. Washington Times columnists include Ray Cline's son-in-law Roger Fontaine, a Committee of Santa Fe member and former Reagan Latin America adviser, and Jeremiah O'Leary, formerly special assistant to National Security Adviser William Clark." 45    Footnotes 36-45

L. Brent Bozell, III -CNP 1984, 1988, 1996, 1998; Founder and President of the Media Research Center 46, a media watchdog organization, Founder and President Parents Television Council, PTC  47. features the Family Guide to Prime Time Television 48. "which aids parents across the country in making informed viewing decisions for their children."  PTC is currently conducting the largest national newspaper ad campaign in history with Honorary Co-Chairman Steve Allen; Founder and President  the Conservative Communications Center, and its on-line news division,; Lecturer, syndicated columnist, television commentator, debater, publisher and activist; Executive Director of the Conservative Victory Committee (CVC).  An independent multi-candidate political action committee; served as National Finance Chairman for the 1992 Buchanan for President campaign, and Finance Director and later President of the National Conservative Political Action Committee; Named the 1998 Pew Memorial Lecturer.

Updated: He is the nephew of columnist William F. Buckley and the son of L. Brent Bozell, Jr., who assisted Barry Goldwater with the writing of Conscience of a Conservative, which recommended resistance to the school integration ruling of 1954, repudiation of the doctrine of peaceful coexistence and the aggressive use of tactical nuclear weapons against vulnerable Communist regimes. L. Brent Bozell Jr. was William Buckley's [CFR] Yale classmate and brother-in-law, who also wrote foreign policy speeches for Senator Joseph McCarthy. A close associate of the late Terry Dolan [CNP >John T. (Terry) Dolan], the closeted gay founder of the National Conservative Political Action Committee, Bozell served for several years as the Dolan organization's finance chairman and president. 49   Footnotes 46-49



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