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Selected Member Biographies 

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Reed Irvine   Hon. Ernest J. Istook, Jr.   Lorena Jaeb   E. Peb Jackson   Kay Cole James   Gary Jarmin   Terry J. Jeffers   Dr. Mildred Faye Jefferson   James M. Jenkins   Rep. Louis (Woody) Jenkins   Margaret Jenkins    Willa A. Johnson   Bob Jones III   Rep. Hal Jones   W. Daniel Jordan   Michael Joyce   James F. Justiss   Howard Kaloogian   William Kanaga   Dr. C.L. "Casey" Kay   Barbara Keating-Edh   David Keene   Rep. Jack Kemp   

 

Reed Irvine - CNP Board of Governors1982, member 1984, 1988, 1996, 1998; Founder (1969)and Chairman of Accuracy in Media (AIM), Editor of the AIM Report and CampusReport; daily radio commentary called "Media Monitor" with Cliff Kincaid; chairman of Accuracy in Academia , which he founded in 1985 1 ; 26 years as economist at Federal Reserve System; listed in Who's Who in America; member of University Professors for Academic Order (UPAO). 

Other members of the UPAO include: Dr. George C. Roche III [CNP], Dr. Howard Hurwitz of the UPAO Board, and Carl W. Salser - all of the National Council on Educational Research, governing body of NIE; Russell Kirk; Donald Senese - Assistant Secretary of Education; Dr. Robert L. Schuettinger, co-author of Scholars, Dollars and Public Policy; New Frontiers in Corporate Giving, along with Ernest W. Lefever [CNP] and Raymond English of the Lefever run Ethics and Public Policy Center; Frank Gable-a long-time activist in the AQUARIAN CABAL; and, lastly, United States Senator John East. [CNP] 2 

Accuracy in Media (AIM) 3  has a record of supporting Nicaraguan contra leaders such as Jose Francisco Cardenal. AIM also supports the Committee for a Free Afghanistan, a U.S. group that has backed the Afghan rebels beginning in 1981....AIM's funding comes from contributors donating $100 or less. ... Irvine names only three, the Allied Educational Foundation, Shelby Cullon Davis, and Richard Mellon Scaife.  Other groups that have supported AIM include Mobil Oil, Union Carbide, and various power companies... In 1985 AIM recieved a $20,000 grant from the Adolph Coors Foundation and $7000 from the Texaco Philanthropic Foundation Inc. In 1986 they received $5000 from Texaco... As of 1986 AIM's budget was $1.5 million a year.  

Several of AIM's board members have intelligence backgrounds. During WWII Reed Irvine worked in Marine Intelligence; John McLean was employed by the CIA; and Abraham Kalish taught communications at the Defense Intelligence School. Bernard Yoh also has a history of intelligence and military work. He is/was a professor of psychological warfare at the Air Force University in Montgomery, Alabama. He was a hitman for the Shanghai police during the Sino-Japanese war and organized the South Vietnamese counterinsurgency forces during the Vietnam War. In the 1964 Brazilian coup, Yoh advised the Brazilian generals... Elbridge Dubrow was a former ambassador to Vietnam. David Lichtenstein was a senior attorney with the Federal Communications Commission...

Adm. Thomas H. Moorer was the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under president Richard Nixon. In that position he had Naval Intelligence agents tap Henry Kissinger's phone and remove documents from Nixon's desk... He was also on the national advisory board of the now-defunct Western Goals Foundation, a private domestic intelligence agency founded by former Congressman Larry McDonald in 1979.. Moorer is the vice president of the American Security Council.

Clare Booth Luce was a former ambassador to Switzerland and former member of Congress... She was also a member of Ronald Reagan's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board...Clare Booth Luce was a Dame of the Knights of Malta... She was a director of the Nicaraguan Freedom Fund, a fundraising group set up in 1985 by the Washington Times, a paper owned by Rev. Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church, to provide funds to the contras... Luce was on the Board of the Washington Times. 5 

William Simon (CFR) is on the advisory committee of AmeriCares and was on the national council of the Friends of the Democratic Center in Central America (PRODEMCA). Simon was also the chair of the Nicaraguan Freedom Fund and is a member of the Knights of Malta... Dr. Edward Teller (CFR)[CNP] was a member of the Committee on the Present Danger as of 1983. The Committee is an anticommunist organization which has advocated strict containment policies towards the Soviet Union... Teller also created the H-Bomb... Teller was also on the advisory board of the Western Goals Foundation and served with the CPTS....

AIM has also supported the World Anti-Communist League (WACL). In 1984, syndicated columnist Jack Anderson wrote articles that exposed the death squad affiliations of the Latin American Anti-Communist Confederation (CAL), a member of WACL. In response, the chairman of WACL, retired U.S. Major General John K. Singlaub, enlisted the help of Reed Irvine. In a letter dated January 30, 1984, to Irvine, Singlaub said that: "Any help that you can give us in obtaining a retraction from Jack Anderson for that part of his articles which link WACL with the death squad activity (in El Salvador) will be greatly appreciated. If a retraction is not possible, I would appreciate your assistance in neutralizing the negative impact of these articles." No retraction was made according to the author of this source.

Bernard Yoh contributes regularly to the Unification Church publication Rising Tide and is a strong supporter of the Rev. Sun Myung Moon and the South Korean government. 7   Footnotes 1-7

Hon. Ernest J. Istook, Jr. - CNP 1996, 1999;  member, U.S. House of Representatives, Oklahoma, since 1992; serves on the Appropriations Committee and the House Republican Policy Committee; "100 percent pro­family voting record," Christian Coalition; "100 percent pro­business, pro­jobs voting record," National Federation of Independent Business; "100 percent free­enterprise voting record," U.S. Chamber of Commerce; director, Warr/Acres Putnam City Chamber of Commerce; scoutmaster, Boy Scouts of America; attorney, private law practice, 1978­1992; former Oklahoma State Representative; Assistant Legal Counsel to Governor David Boren, 1978; former director, Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Control.

Sponsored the Religious Freedom Amendment (H.J. Res. 78), was defeated in the House of Representatives by a vote of 224 to 203 - a majority but 61 votes short of the two-thirds necessary to pass a constitutional amendment. H.J. Res. 78 would have permitted, not only school prayer, but religious symbols on public property and the use of tax money for religious activities. The Christian Legal Society withheld its support for Istook’s proposal and expressed concern that the language would permit government preference of a specific religion:

"CLS differs with Mr. Istook on the issue of government 'recognition' of religion. CLS opposes conferring on government the constitutional authority 'to pray and to recognize [the people's] religious beliefs, heritage of traditions on public property.' at the July 22 hearing before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Mr. Istook conceded that the first sentence of his proposed Religious Freedom Amendment is intended to confer on government, not just individuals and groups, this power to pray and to recognize religion...Mr. Istook's March 24, 1997, press release cites examples of the kinds of court decisions he wants to reverse; Most are cases where governments (not private citizens or churches) were endorsing one religion over another. (e.g., city-owned cross in a park). Under this interpretation, intended by its framers, the RFA would effectively rescind much of the protections of the First Amendment by permitting the state and federal governments to use their power and purse to propagate religious messages on a preferential basis." 8    Footnotes 8

Re Religious Freedom Bills See: World Vision: A UN Global Vision; World Vision: Institute for Global Engagement & Eastern College

Lorena Jaeb - CNP Board of Governors 1996, 1998; former owner, Shop & Go, Inc.; member, Hillsborough County Republican Executive Board and chairperson of Special Events; member political advisory boards, Congressman Michael Bilirakis and Andy Ireland; board member, Child Abuse Council of Hillsborough County, University Community Hospital, Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center and the Florida Business and Industries Recycling Board; member, Retail Grocers Association Political Committee; vice president, Public/Political Relations, Pick Kwik Food Stores; Founding sponsor ( along with husband Robert) for The Center for the American Founding and sponsor for Re-Elect America Bus Tour, along with other CNP members. See: Balint Vazsonyi Robert is also on the Leadership Council for the Conservative Caucus. 9  Footnotes 9

E. Peb. Jackson - CNP 1984, 1988, 1996, 1998; Senior Vice President, Young Life; church elder, First Presbyterian (PCUSA), Colorado Springs, CO; has served as Board of Director, Promise Keepers; founding director and senior vice president, Focus on the Family; former director of admissions and financial aid, Azusa Pacific University;  former board member, Family Research Council.

Young Life 10  was founded about 1940 by Dallas Seminary graduate, Jim Rayburn and is comprised of non-denominational Christian clubs within schools that meet for discussion and socializing. It has worked closely with liberal denomination leaders and, e.g., Catholic Youth Services, its theological approach is “friendship evangelism,” working outside the church “because it reaches teens who [mostly] do not attend services or do so only because of parental insistence.” Young Life joined with Fuller Theological Seminary to establish the Institute of Youth Ministries in 1970. Volunteer leadership began at Wheaton College, Illinois, in the late 1940s.  Liberal Fuller Seminary professor Paul King Jewett listed himself as the Dean of the Young Life Institute 11  Footnotes 10-11

Kay Cole James - CNP 1996, 1998; Senior Fellow for The Citizenship Project at the Heritage Foundation 12 ; former Chairman of the National Gambling Impact Study Commission and Dean of the School of Government at Regent University, Professor of Government until 1999; served as Secretary of Health and Human Resources for former Virginia Governor George Allen. During the Bush administration, James was the Assistant Secretary for Health and Human Services. Under President Reagan, she served on the White House Task Force for the Black Family and the National Commission on Children. A Hampton University graduate, James is the author of two books: Never Forget and Transforming America; Before serving in the Allen Administration, James was senior vice president of the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C.; under President Bush as associate director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy and as assistant secretary for public affairs at the Health and Human Services Department 13 ; served on boards of the Coalition of Christian Colleges and Universities, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and Young Life 14; served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer with the One to One Partnership, a national umbrella organization for mentoring programs; as Director of Public Affairs for the National Right to Life Committee; as Personnel Director for Circuit City Stores, Inc.; and, as Director of Community Education and Development for Housing Opportunities Made Equal in Richmond.

"Working with Heritage’s Resource Bank, a nationwide network of policy groups and grass-roots activists, Kay has conducted a series of national policy dialogues with community and faith leaders on issues including social security reform, health care reform and education reform. Through an emphasis on shared principles and a demand for excellence Kay has worked to broaden the grassroots appeal and support for conservative reform proposals..." 15 

James currently serves on the boards of Amerigroup, Inc., PhyCor Inc., Focus on the Family, and the Center for Jewish and Christian Values 16 , "a special project of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, 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." 17    Footnotes  12-17

Proponents of IFCJ include names like Ralph Reed, Jerry FalwellGary Bauer, Baroness Caroline Cox, Jamie Buckingham, Jack Hayford, Dr. Lloyd Ogilvie, Charles Colson, William Bennett, Pat Boone, Dr. James Draper, Dr Robert Dugan (National Assoc. of Evangelicals), Dr. Rick Buhler and many others. 

Senator Joe Lieberman, Al Gores running mate, is honorary chairman of the Center for Jewish and Christian Values, which is a part of the IFCJ. THE ADVISORY BOARD includes some of the names listed above and Gary Bauer , Bill Bennett, Chuck Colson, The Baroness Cox, Kay Cole James, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Lloyd Ogilvie, Ralph Reed , Jack Kemp, William Kristol  and so on. 

See: EJECT2; Apostles, Prophets & International Fellowship of Christians and Jews  For Chuck Colson See: Evangelicals and Catholics Together, Jean Kirkpatrick, William Kristol> CNP's Alan Keyes; Jamie Buckingham> Shepherding Connections

See: Also for Joseph Lieberman and Religious Freedom Act > Senator Don Nickles; Hon. Trent Lott 

For: Lieberman, International Religious Freedom Act, See: World Vision: A UN Global Vision; World Vision: Institute for Global Engagement & Eastern College; Freedom Versus Freedom

Gary Jarmin - CNP 1984-85, 1988, 1996, 1998; president, Jar-Mon Consultants, Inc;  Legislative Director, Christian Voice, a front for the Unification Church; Lobbyist and political consultant in Washington, D.C.; President of Jar-Mon Consultants, Inc., a firm specializing in political activism, election campaigns and foreign policy matters in East Asia; designed and directed registration drive in 1884 for American Coalition for Traditional Values; Chaired Christians for Reagan campaign in 1980 and 1984;

Former leader of the Student Alliance for Education, former secretary general of Moon's Freedom Leadership Foundation; 1975 worked for American Conservative Union, a senior group founded by Young Americans for Freedom, stayed as legislative director four years. 18  Knew Moon since 1969.

"Christian Voice pioneered the use of 'moral report cards' to rate Congressional and presidential candidates on issues from abortion to sanctions against Rhodesia. The organization was started in California in 1976 under the name Citizens United. In August 1978, the group changed its name to American Christians United and in October 1978 to Christian Voice, Inc. The original Christian Voice directorate consisted of Rev. Robert Grant, a graduate of Rev. Steuart McBirnie's California Institute of Theology, Gary Jarmin, a long time right-wing lobbyist and former disciple of Rev. Sun Myung Moon, and Colonel Donor (Colonel is his first name, not a military title)...In 1988, an investigative news feature on CBS' 'West 57th" documented McBirnie's history of fraudulent financial dealings and featured elderly followers whom he has allegedly swindled by refusing to pay thousands of dollars of loans."

"In 1987, leaders of the Christian Right formed the American Freedom Coalition (AFC)...Robert Grant [was] an AFC founder and president of Christian Voice. With initial funding from the Unification Church, the AFC signified a merger between about 30 Christian Voice field organizers and the state representatives of Moon's American Constitution Committee. At the August 1987 kick-off rally for the American Freedom Coalition in Washington, D.C., Moon's top aide Bo Hi Pak praised the 'marriage' between Christian Voice and the American Constitution Committee and said it 'shows what a great sense of humor God has.'

"As with other Moonie-influenced New Right projects, the AFC was organized in such a way as to obscure Moonie domination. The original officers included Christian Voice President, Robert Grant, black civil rights leader Ralph Abernathy, Richard Viguerie, and Richard Ichord (D-MO) and Bob Wilson (R-CA). After their poor results in the 1986 Congressional elections, Christian Voice leaders, Colonel Doner, Robert Grant and Gary Jarmin had concluded that Christians alone could not steer the country rightward. To be politically effective, they argued, Christians would have to be 'unequally yoked' with non-believers and even enemies of Christianity...

"In May 1988, 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 (CNP's ) 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. Scott Anderson and John Lee Anderson, authors of Inside the League, describe the 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.' Grant's public association with Nazi sympathizers drew no storm of criticism from fellow evangelicals." 19  

Colonel Doner, responding to reporters about Moonie financing of the Christian Right and AFC, stated " CAUSA [Moon's political arm] is an anticommunist organization. It's a funding source. CAUSA is anticommunist and personally I'm for anybody that's anticommunist. The Mormons are the same. I'm not going to lend credence to their organization, but networking, I'm happy to network with them." 20 

Colonel Doner is Director  of  Dennis Peacocke's Coalition on Revival (COR) which Jay Grimstead heads. Peacocke was a disciple of Bob Mumford and his shepherding movement. Colonel Doner  has also been on the executive of Peacocke's charismatic Anatole Fellowship, whose goal is to gain  influence in the Republican Party. Other executive committee members have included CNP's David Balsiger and Connie Marshner  , who represents Paul Weyrich's Free Congress Foundation. 21  

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

Christian Voice, which claims to be the nation's largest conservative Christian lobby, secretly joined forces with the Unification Church [in August 1987], according to documents obtained by the Philadelphia Inquirer. Together they mobilized grassroots conservative activists nationwide, hoping either to move the Republican Party rightward or build a new hard-right U.S. political party. Behind this large, well-heeled alliance, called the American Freedom Coalition, is conservative strategist and fund-raising genius [CNP's] Richard Viguerie, rescued from the brink of bankruptcy in October by Bo Hi Pak, a former Korean military-intelligence officer and Moon's top U.S. operative. [CNP's] Rev. Robert Grant, chairman of the coalition, initially denied, then confirmed links between his traditional Christians and the Moonies. A main source of the Moon money involved "hundreds of millions, Moon said in 1984" seems to be Japan. A national bar association panel there reported in July that a church - organized high-pressure sales scheme had bilked Japanese consumers out of at least $165 million since 1980, terming that sum only the "tip of the iceberg.'' 22 

Dr. Bo Hi Pak's 60th Birthday Celebration, Washington, D.C., August 26, 1990, "...Dr. Pak uses the occasion of his 60th birthday celebration to give his heartfelt thanks to several people in attendance, including Congressman Ichord, Dr. Bob Grant, Ambassador Sang Kook Han, Ambassador Phillip Sanchez and his wife, and Gary Jarmin...... 23 "

"Now I want to speak about Dr. Bob Grant. Dr. Grant's primary mission nowadays is not leading AFC. His primary mission is to speak to visiting Korean groups... The other day I joked with him, and I told him, the Korean public is waiting for you, Dr. Grant. ... They want you to come to Korea to run for the presidency. You have created a big constituency. There is a certain truth to it. Dr. Grant is becoming very popular among Korean intellectuals and leaders of Korea. But the more important thing is this: Dr. Grant never once complained or excused himself, never once. Speaking to these groups is an additional duty. He knows Reverend Moon wants him to do it, and that is good enough for him. He is giving his heart and soul, day in and day out, pouring out his message, teaching about America to these Korean people. No one is telling the truth about America like Reverend Bob Grant does. But he loves America. He is confident. He is a man of positive thinking. He is a man of love."

"Now when the regional directors come, you usually come to his home. His basement has become a conclave of our AFC regional directors. He loves to have our people come into his home and use it and occupy it. The other day I said, bless him who understands that the kingdom of God is the kingdom of use. He is using every bit of everything he has for the sake of goodness. Of course, Judy, his lovely bride (I know she is still a bride because I was at their wedding in Palm Springs, California), supports him completely."

"Bob Grant knows Reverend Moon loves him and expects him to accomplish great things. Reverend Moon knows he is a great leader and even wants him to become president of the United States. Dr. Grant said, no, no, I was born in Canada. Impossible. The Constitution does not allow me to run for the presidency. Reverend Moon simply said, let's change the Constitution. My only birthday plea to Dr. Bob Grant is this. I know Dr. Grant loves Jesus Christ. He is a tremendous man of God and man of Christ. But I want to tell him I used to think that way too. I was already a Christian for five years before I became a Unification Church member. I thought joining the Unification Church was in some way a betrayal of Jesus Christ. I am sure all those Jesus-loving ministers have that instinct."

"But in my life of Divine Principle over 30-some years, I have come to the realization that Jesus and Reverend Moon are one. Jesus in heaven is sweating and laboring to see to it that Reverend Moon's mission here on earth is successful. That is the way Jesus' mission shall be fulfilled. This most poignant realization came to me: Jesus and Reverend Moon are one. As much as Elijah and John the Baptist were one...." 24  

Korean Committee for Peace in Asia and the Pacific from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea to Washington, D.C. 25  Robert Grant and Gary Jarmin in attendance.(1995)

America, Your Time Has Come, Washington, DC, November 13, 1988 "...Dr. Pak speaks intimately and with great pride to all the American Freedom Coalition and American Constitutional Committee leaders after pledge service.." Grant and Jarmin gave reports as leaders. 26 

Gary Jarmin is/was on the steering committee of National Parents Day Foundation, which is based with the American Freedom Coalition, mentioned above. Robert Grant is/was president of National Parents Day Foundation. Parents Day was established as a response to a Moonie holiday, promoted by Rev. and Mrs. Moon as the "True Parents of Mankind."  Footnotes 19-26

See: HONOR THY PARENTS>www.freedomofmind.com/groups/moonies/parents.htm

See also Unification News, Moons "paper"> www.tparents.org/Library/Unification/Publications/UNews/Unws990910/Parents_day.htm.

Terry J. Jeffers- CNP Board of Governors 1982, member 1984, 1988; former chairman, America's Freedom Festival; board of directors, Foundation for Economic Education 27 ; executive consultant and Chairman of Financial Planning Services, Target Inc. and  vice-chairman of TARGET, Inc., publishers of Ruff Times, and chairman of the RUFF Foundation. 

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.  Footnotes 27

Dr. Mildred Faye Jefferson - CNP Board of Governors 1982, member 1984, 1988;. Physician; President, Right to Life Crusade, National Right to Life Foundation: Trustee, St. Louis University; Diplomat, American Board of Surgery; Father Flanagan Award, Boys Town, Nebraska; graduate Harvard Medical School; honorary degrees from 26 institutions. Member of Ed McAteer 's Religious Roundtable Council of 56 28  See: Religious Roundtable  

John Singlaub, Daniel Graham, and Mildred Jefferson, are members of the national policy board of the American Freedom Coalition, a political organization with extensive ties to the Unification Church... 29 

Mildred Faye Jefferson is or was on the board of the American Freedom Coalition (AFC), a rightwing political education and lobbying group formed in 1987 to promote what it calls "traditional values."... Initial funding for the AFC came from the Unification Church of Rev. Sun Myung Moon and the Christian Voice and leadership positions in the AFC are filled by members of the Unification Church and Christian Voice.... 30  Footnotes 28-30

James M. Jenkins - CNP 1996, 1998; Vice President, Focus on the Family; leads Focus Over Fifty ministry; counsel, Poisinelli, White, Vardeman & Shalton; has lectured extensively on various legal topics for the Missouri Bar Association, the Kansas City Bar Association, and educational providers for continuing legal educational purposes; chairman, Coalition against Pornography, Kansas City; listed in "Who's Who in American Law"; member, Heartland Community Church, an evangelical Presbyterian church; Board of directors, National Lawyers Association.

Rep. Louis (Woody) Jenkins - CNP's First Executive Director, 1982-85,1987, Executive Committee 1994, 1996,1998, 1999; Board of Governors 1996, 1998; recipient, Winston Churchill Award, Council for National Policy, 1990;  chairman/CEO, WBFR­TV, Channel 19, the United Paramount Network (UPN) television station; 1996 Republican nominee for U.S. Senate from Louisiana; Founder and chairman, Friends of the Americas; chairman, The Rebel Holiday Corporation; member, Louisiana House of Representatives, 1972­1996; chairman, House Committee on Labor and Industrial Relations, 1988­1992; co­author, Declaration of Rights, Louisiana Constitution of 1974; chairman, American Legislative Exchange Council, (ALEC)1978­1979 31 ; named "Legislator of the Year" by the National Taxpayers Union, 1977, and Eagle Forum, 1990; 100 percent rating, Louisiana Association of Business and Industry; listed in "Who's Who in America," 1995. 

Member of Ed McAteer 's Religious Roundtable Council of 56 32  See: Religious Roundtable . 

Advisory board , The Patrick Henry Center. Founder and President of The Patrick Henry Center for Individual Liberty is CNP's Gary Aldrich   33      

Chairman is CNP's Hon. Edwin Meese III who holds the Reagan Chair in Public Policy at The Heritage Foundation 34 

Other Board members include the following CNP members: Paul Weyrich, Mrs. Beverly LaHaye, Mr. Peter T. Flaherty, President, National Legal and Policy Center, Alan P. Dye, Esq., Lt. Col. Oliver North, Mr. Reed Irvine, Mr. Howard Phillips, President, The Conservative Caucus, Inc.; Ronald E. Robinson, Esq, President,Young America's Foundation; Mark R. Levin, President, Landmark Legal Foundation; Alan Sears, Esq., President and CEO, Alliance Defense Fund. 

American Legislative Exchange Council, (ALEC): Established in 1973 by Paul Weyrich  of the Free Congress Foundation's Coalition for Constitutional Liberties, among others, ALEC's purpose is to reach out to state office holders. In the words of ALEC's former executive director, Sam Brunelli:

"ALEC's goal is to ensure that these state legislators are so well informed, so well armed, that they can set the terms of the public policy debate, that they can change the agenda, that they can lead. This is the infrastructure that will reclaim the states for our movement."
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ALEC has the financial support of more than 200 corporations including Coors now Castle Rock Foundation, Scaife's Family and Allegheny Foundation, Amway, IBM, Ford, Philip Morris, Exxon, Texaco and Shell Oil. William Bennett, [CNP's] Jack Kemp, [CNP's] John H. Sununu, and George Bush have all addressed ALEC sessions in recent years. 36  

"There have been allegations that [Friends of the Americas] FOA has assisted the Nicaraguan Contra forces...directly. Key contra leaders identified CAUSA (associated with the Rev. Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church) and FOA as the principal sources of their supplies in 1984.... Lewis Tambs--later implicated in the Iran-Contra scandal--was U.S. Ambassador to this country, he acted as FOA's Christmas Box country chairman...In 1985, an associate of investigative journalist Jack Anderson accompanied FOA's Woody Jenkins on a plane full of supplies to La Mosquitia [Texas]. Anderson reported, "It became clear that the Friends of the Americas contingent, which included an assistant to [Sen. Jeremiah] Denton, was involved with more than simple refugee relief. Uniformed MISURA guerrillas with rifles slung on their backs stood guard at the airstrip as the DC-3's cargo was unloaded. Rebel jeeps shuttled the supplies to refugee camps located in the vicinity of the MISURA military camps.".. MISURA has also used FOA's radios and airplanes..." ...Woody Jenkins was introduced to the contra cause by Dr. Alton Oschner, head of the Caribbean Commission. According to author Sara Diamond, it was Oschner who suggested Jenkins start FOA. Oschner's father was a prominant white supremicist... Woody Jenkins has been a member of the Caribbean Commission... FOA is a Caribbean Commission spinoff... Through Woody Jenkins' membership, FOA is also linked to the Council on National Policy....Christian Broadcasting Network gives aid to FOA, as does the rightwing Catholic lay organization Knights of Malta... Gen. John Singlaub, head of the World Anti-Communist League and the U.S. chapter, the United States Council for World Freedom, said that he has helped raise funds for FOA... Woody Jenkins was an official with the Nicaraguan Refugee Fund, which held a fundraising dinner for the contras in 1985, at a cost of $250 a plate. At the dinner, Pat Robertson gave the invocation and led the Pledge of Allegiance; President Reagan gave a speech.." 37  Footnotes 31-37

 

Margaret Jenkins- CNP Youth Council Member, 1996, 1998; daughter of CNP Executive Committee member "Woody" Jenkins; Administrative assistant, Rep. Louis "Woody" Jenkins for U.S. Senate; journalism student, Louisiana State University; pledge class president, Pi Beta Phi, 1994-1995; former president, 1,400 member student body, Parkview Baptist School, largest non-public school in Louisiana; attended The Summit; summer intern, WBTR-TV News, 1993. 

Willa A. Johnson- CNP 1984, 1988; member, Philadelphia Society, trustee, 1985-87, 1994-95; former chairman, Capital Research Center  former senior vice president The Heritage Foundation-early 80's; former associate director of the Office of Presidential Personnel, The White House; former chairman, Public Policy Foundations Committee, USIA; legislative aid in both the U. S. Senate and House of Representatives.

Capital Research Center trustees or  National advisory board, include CNP's Terence Scanlon, chairman and president, Hon. Edwin Meese III, Richard V. Allen, Larry P. Arnn, T. Kenneth Cribb, President, Intercollegiate Studies Institute, and others who hold organizational leadership.

Bob Jones III - CNP 1996, 1998; president, Bob Jones University, largest independent fundamental Christian school in the world; served in many capacities at Bob Jones University before becoming president; former speech teacher, assistant dean of men, assistant to the president and vice president; member, executive committee and board of trustees, Bob Jones University; public speaker; accomplished actor; vice president, board of directors, Gospel Fellowship Association 38 ; listed in "Who's Who in American Education". 

Bob Jones University 39, was founded as a "whites-only" Bible College, the whites-only policy was maintained until 1975; dropped its ban on interracial dating after the school's policy became a major issue in Republican primary contests.  Footnotes 38-39

Rep. Hal JonesCNP 1984-85, 1988; former assistant Minority Floor Leader, Hawaii House of Representatives; minority spokesman, House Judiciary Committee; former administrator Campus Crusade for Christ; was/is director Here's Life Middle East, overseeing activity in 21 countries; state chairman, American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC); partner ERA Jones Realty

American Legislative Exchange Council, (ALEC): Established in 1973 by Paul Weyrich  of the Free Congress Foundation's Coalition for Constitutional Liberties, among others, ALEC's purpose is to reach out to state office holders. In the words of ALEC's former executive director, Sam Brunelli:

"ALEC's goal is to ensure that these state legislators are so well informed, so well armed, that they can set the terms of the public policy debate, that they can change the agenda, that they can lead. This is the infrastructure that will reclaim the states for our movement."
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ALEC has the financial support of more than 200 corporations including Coors now Castle Rock Foundation, Scaife's Family and Allegheny Foundation, Amway, IBM, Ford, Philip Morris, Exxon, Texaco and Shell Oil. William Bennett, [CNP's] Jack Kemp, [CNP's] John H. Sununu, and George Bush have all addressed ALEC sessions in recent years. 41  Footnotes 40-41

W. Daniel Jordan - CNP 1984, 1988,1996,1998;  M.D., Vascular Surgery, Atlanta, Georgia; board of directors, Journal of Biblical Ethics in Medicine 42   Footnotes 42

Michael Joyce ~ CNP 1984-85; was executive director of John M. Olin Foundation, which was/is now headed by CNP's William E. Simon (CFR). Executive Committee, President's Private Sector Survey on Cost Control (the Grace Commission) and USIA Advisory Board for International Educational Exchange; Member Reagan-Bush Transition Team; Chairman Heritage Foundation Task Force on the National Endowment for the Humanities.

James F. Justiss- CNP Executive Committee 1984-85, 1988, 1996; President and Chairman of the Board of Justiss Oil Company, Inc. His father, drilling pioneer J. F. "Jick" Justiss, was General Superintendent of H. L. Hunt's field operations and a 19 year employee of Hunt's before founding Justiss-Mears Oil Company; founder and CEO Alliance Drilling Consultants; director Bank of Jena 43   Footnotes 43

Howard Kaloogian- CNP 1996, 1998; (R) 74th Assembly District; intern with State Senator GOP Leader, now governor, John Engler; was the state youth chair for the Reagan-Bush campaign in 1980; graduated from Pepperdine University School of Law; has served on several committees such as vice chairman of Assembly Banking & Finance Committee, Local Government Committee, The Judiciary Committee, Revenue and Taxation Committee, State Chair ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council), and State Chair NCSL (National Conference of State Legislature) 44   Footnotes 44

William Kanaga ~ CNP 1988; Chairman retired, Arthur Young & Co.an international accounting, tax and consulting firm; former Chairman, U.S. Chamber of Commerce; chairman of the board, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants; member board of trustees, The Presbyterian Hospital, New York, and Babson College; 

Member of the board of directors, Business Council for the United Nations; 1999 Treasurer of United Nations Association of the USA 45 

On Board of Directors, Center For International Private Enterprise.

"The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) 46 , an affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, works to build democracy and market economies throughout the world. CIPE works in four principal areas: a grants program currently supporting over 90 indigenous organizations in developing countries, an award winning communications strategy, training programs, and technical assistance through field offices. Since its inception in 1983, CIPE has funded more than 600 projects in 70 countries and has conducted management training programs throughout the world. CIPE conducts their programs with funding from the National Endowment for Democracy and the United States Agency for International Development. CIPE has received support for specific programs from IBM, Coca-Cola, Ernst & Young, Capitol Health Partners, The Pew Charitable Trusts, RJ Reynolds Tobacco and the United States Information Agency." 47  

Mr. Kanaga is on the Advisory Board of the Dove Foundation 48 

"THE DOVE FOUNDATION is a non-profit organization established to encourage and promote the creation, production and distribution of wholesome family entertainment. The Foundation, free from commercial pressures, awards a blue and white Dove Seal to any movie or video that is rated "family-friendly" by its film review board.

Entertainer and Dove advisor, Steve Allen called the Dove Seal, "the Good Housekeeping Seal for Family Entertainment." 49 

Virtually all Dove Approved titles are available on home video from the Dove Store Online which in turn donates a percentage of all proceeds to the foundation"... 50 

The Dove Foundation review board is made up of parents who have been trained to evaluate each film or video based upon Judeo-Christian ethics.

Once a film is approved, the producer/distributor is permitted to use the Dove Seal in all promotion and advertising copy, including the video packaging. This serves as a clear signal to consumers everywhere that the film or video is appropriate for family viewing. To date, Dove has approved over 3,000 movie and videos." 51   Footnotes 45-51

Dr. C.L. "Casey" Kay ~ CNP 1984-85; Vice Chancellor, Abilene Christian University; member of United States Naval Institute, The Philadelphia Society, The Mont Pelerin Society and The International Platform Association.

Barbara Keating-Edh -CNP 1984, 1988, 1996, 1998; president, Consumer Alert.

David Keene - CNP 1996, 1998; president, Keene/Halper Associates, governmental affairs and political consulting firm; editor, The Keene Report political newsletter; chairman, American Conservative Union; John F. Kennedy Fellow, Harvard University; former member, board of visitors, School of Public Policy at Duke University; involved in Republican presidential politics since 1968; political assistant, Vice President Agnew, Nixon administration; executive assistant, Sen. James L. Buckley; Southern Regional Coordinator, Ronald Reagan, 1976; national political director, George Bush, 1980; senior political consultant, former Republican candidate Robert Dole.

American Conservative Union 52  board of directors includes CNP's Morton Blackwell, Alan Gottlieb, Senator Jesse Helms, Rep. Louis (Woody) Jenkins, Ralph E. Reed, Jr., Ronald E. Robinson Other CNP members include John M. Ashbrook, Jeffrey Bell, , Jameson Campaigne, Jr., L. Brent Bozell, III, , M. Stanton Evans, David Keene, Grover Norquist , , Ralph E. Reed, Jr., Ronald E. Robinson, Beverly LaHayeMajor F. Andy Messing, Jr., Lawrence D. "Larry" Pratt, Dr. Charles E. Rice, William A. Rusher, Thomas S. Winter     Footnotes 52

Rep. Jack Kemp -CNP Member 1984-85, 1988, 1996, 1998;  (R-NY) U.S. House of Representatives since 1970. 33º Mason; Co-director of Empower America with William Bennett, Jeanne Kirkpatrick and Vin Weber, who is co-director of the Aspen Institute’s Domestic Strategy Group. 53 

Bilderberger William Kristol joined with Council on Foreign Relations member Vin Weber in forming Empower America in 1991. The President and CEO of Empower America is Josette Shiner, a high-ranking Unification Church member and former editor at the Moon-owned Washington Times newspaper.  On the board of Empower America is CNP and  33º Mason, Trent Lott and 33º Mason Newt Gingrich..

From the BUFFALO NEWS, Buffalo, New York, Thursday, October 16, 1986: MASONS SELECT KEMP, TWO OTHERS TO GET SCOTTISH RITE 33rd DEGREE

"Rep. Jack F. Kemp, R-Hamburg; the Rev. Don C. Markham and Howard D. Butler have been elected to receive the Scottish Rite 33rd Degree and become honorary members of the Supreme Council of the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction. Kemp, a member of Fraternal Lodge, F&AM, in Hamburg, is a member of Palmoni Lodge of Perfection, 14th Degree; Palmoni Council, Princes of Jerusalem, 16th Degree; Buffalo Chapter of Rose Croix, 18th Degree, and Buffalo Consistory, 32nd Degree...The degree is to be conferred at the next annual session of the Supreme Council in September 1987, in Boston."

Founded in 1950, the Aspen Institute is a non-profit organization with offices in Aspen, Colorado; Chicago, Illinois; New York, New York; Queenstown, Maryland; Santa Barbara, California; and Washington, D.C. Its conference facilities are located in Aspen, Colorado, and on the Wye River on Maryland's Eastern Shore. The Aspen Institute operates internationally through a network of partners in Europe and Asia. The Aspen Strategy Group, founded in 1984, is a bipartisan group of former and current senior foreign and defense policymakers.  54 

Aspen Institute was founded by Chicago businessman Walter Paepcke (1896-1960), "The Aspen Institute is a global forum for leveraging the power of leaders to improve the human condition. Through its seminar and policy programs, the Institute fosters enlightened, morally responsible leadership and convenes leaders and policy makers to address the foremost challenges of the new century" Paepcke was a trustee of the University of Chicago, and his participation in its Great Books seminar inspired the Institute’s Executive Seminar. In 1950, Philosopher Mortimer J. Adler lead the first “Great Books” seminar, and participants include Claire Booth Luce, Meredith Wilson and Karl Menninger. The Great Books Seminar was renamed the “Executive Seminar” at the suggestion of Henry Luce.  The seminar is a forum based on the writings of great thinkers of the past and present..." In 1970 Aspen held an international conference on “Technology: Social Goals and Cultural Options” which helped launch the International Institute for Environmental Affairs and prepared the basis for the 1972 Stockholm UN Conference on the Human Environment, which launched the first “Earth Day.” In 1978, a seminar on “Monotheism and Moderation” brought together Christians, Jews, and Moslems to discuss their similarities and differences. 55  

The Institute supports 15 policy programs directed by leading policymakers and practitioners. The programs explore topics such as international peace and security, democracy and citizenship; economic opportunity; social innovation through business; the nonprofit sector; and community initiatives for children and families."

 

Irving Kristol is on advisory board of National Association of Scholars (NAS) as is Jean Kirkpatrick., who is also on the board of Empower America.. with  Jack Kemp . Bilderberger William Kristol joined with CFR member Vin Weber in forming Empower America in 1991. Advisory board of NAS also includes Chester Finn of Hudson and Edison Project. Finn is a also currently a John M. Olin Fellow at the Manhattan Institute (he was formerly with the Hudson Institute 1998). 56 

The Edison Project is Part of Goals 2000. Edison Project is an initiative to build a national, private, for-profit school system. Time-Warner is full partner in the Project. Other partners and financiers include Phillips Electronics and Associated Newspaper Holdings which spent $60 million for the 3 year study. Team Members included Chester E. Finn who had been Reagan's Secretary of Education, and John Chubb of Brookings Institution and Center for Education and Innovation. Chubb was a leader in selling the idea of the Voucher system. Brookings prepared a report entitled "Education for Social Change". It has also been involved with the Global Interdependence Center (GIC), founded in Philadelphia in 1976, which produced the Declaration of Interdependence with project funding from the Rockefeller Foundation....the Board of the GIC convened two roundtables...to which representatives from the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the European Economic Communities, the Federal Reserve, the Organization of American States, the Institute for International Economics and Brookings Institution were invited...as a result...[the paper] International Economic Policy: A Proposal for Reform, written by ...Klein...Heebner, and Robert Soloman, "A Guest scholar at Brookings Institution...with the Federal Reserve board for 28 years...and recipient of the Rockefeller Public Service Award... 57 

The Edison Project became "Edison Schools, founded in 1992 as The Edison Project, is the country's leading private manager of public schools. Edison has now implemented its school design in 113 public schools, including many charter schools, which it operates under management contracts with local school districts and charter boards. More than 57,000 students currently attend Edison partnership schools." 58 

" 1964...The Institute of Educational Leadership is formed to develop educational leaders in the U.S. On its Board of Directors...Donna Shalala...a member of the CFR, Trilateral Commission, on the Board of Directors of the Committee for Economic Development, and will become President Clinton's Secretary of Health and Human Services...On IEL's National Advisory Board will be...Francis Keppel, who will be Director of the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies Education Program...IEL"s supporters will include the NEA,...the Carnegie, IBM, and Xerox Corporations...and the Rockefeller Foundations; Aspen Institute; U.S. Department of Education and Health and Human Services; Time Warner Inc: and Lilly Endowment." 59 

Benno C. Schmidt , Jr. joined Chris Whittle on the Edison Project, to "create a national system of private schools...[he] is associated with the Aspen Institute. 60  

According to John Coleman, Aspen Institute is an extension of  The Committee of 300.  "One of the principal Committee of 300 assets in the U.S. is the Aspen Institute of Colorado, which helped plan events in Argentina even as it did in the case of the fall of the Shah of Iran. Latin America is important to the United States, not only because we have so many mutual defense treaties with countries there, but also because it has the potential of providing a huge market for American exports of technology, heavy industrial equipment which world have galvanized many of our faltering companies and provided thousands of new jobs. This was to be prevented all costs, even if it meant 30 years of war...The demise of the Shah of Iran was run to a plan devised by Bernard Levin and Richard Falk, and supervised by Robert Anderson's Aspen Institute." 61 

"...the Union of Concerned Scientists, set up by the Trilateral Commission, and funded by the Carnegie Endowment Fund, the Ford Foundation and Aspen Institute." 62

 Information on The Committee of 300- SEE: CONSPIRATORS' HIERARCHY: THE STORY OF THE COMMITTEE OF 300  by Dr. John Coleman. 63 

Robert Anderson served as chairman of the Aspen Institute of Humanistic Studies 64  known as Aspen Institute for twenty years and is currently Honorary Chairman. In 1969,  Anderson, the Atlantic Richfield Oil Company executive who took over as Institute chairman after Paepcke died in 1960, hired Joseph E. Slater as president.  Anderson donated over 25 million to Aspen Institute. Anderson is also currently a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He was associated with the Committee on Economic Development (CED) which was established and is controlled by the Council on Foreign Relations. Mr. Anderson is chairman of the board of the Hondo Oil and Gas company. He has served on a number of boards of both private and non-profit organizations, including the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas; Chase Manhattan Bank; Columbia Broadcasting System; Pan American Airlines; First National Bank of Chicago; Weyerhaeuser Company; and Carter Hawley Hale Stores, Inc.; the National Petroleum Council; and the University of New Mexico Robert O. Anderson School of Management 65 ; Board of Regents of New Mexico Tech from 1987 to 1992. Since 1994, he has held the position of Distinguished Professor of Petroleum Engineering at New Mexico Tech. He is a Life Trustee of the California Institute of Technology, the University of Chicago, and was founder of the International Institute for Environmental Development, London. Robert Anderson, as the President of the Atlantic Oil Company, subsequently acquired the Richfield Oil Company and was the Chairman of the Board of Atlantic Richfield. By the end of his career, Robert O. Anderson was reported to have more land holdings than any other person in the world.

"A Web site (www.hoveyda.org) maintained by family survivors of Amir Abbas Hoveyda, the prime minister of Iran from the mid-1960s until a few months before the overthrow of the Shah in 1978, alleges that the Aspen Institute played a key role in setting off the fundamentalist Islamic revolution in that country. The Web site cites comments by Robert Dreyfus in his 1980 book “Hostage to Khomeini” alleging that an Institute- sponsored symposium in Persepolis, Iran, in September 1975, gave the religious radicals under Ayatollah Khomeini the signals they needed to pursue their revolution.

“In the behind-the-scenes discussion, the plans for reversing the Shah’s industrialization program and for turning Iran into a model dark ages regime were mapped out. It is a bitter twist of history, that the Shah and his wife Empress Farah Diba witlessly provided huge amounts of funding to the Aspen project,” Dreyfus wrote. ...What the Web site fails to do is elaborate on why R.O. Anderson, then chief executive officer of one of the largest oil companies in the world, would want to replace a regime that was friendly to Western oil producers with an unpredictable fundamentalist who was calling for the expulsion of the Great White Devil." 66 

 Jack Kemp's speech of March 10, 2000 to Cato Institute reveals his global ideas, "Solving the Global Public Pensions Crisis II: The Privatization Revolution." 67  Footnotes 53-67

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