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Talk:Council for National Policy

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includes John Ashcroft, Tommy Thomson and "Left Behind" author Tim LaHaye as former members. Despite pressure from the Democratic National Committee, the Bush campaign refuses to release a tape of the rumored "king-making" speech G.W gave before the council in 1999, fueling speculation that the council was responsible for his presidential nomination. Whether that's true or not, as the Washington Post reported last December, "For the first time since religious conservatives became a modern political movement, the president of the United States has become the movement's de facto leader." --[1]


Someone entered: >----------------------------------------- Secretive, hyper-conservative Council for National Policy of ultra religious right wingers whose purpose it is to assist the placement of religious-right-wingers into US government positions for the purpose of imposing their religious agenda.

Membership list: L. Brent Bozell III

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Dr. Tim LaHaye

 http://www.timlahaye.com/index2.php3

Jerry B Jenkins http://reg.theage.com.au/login.do?status=FAIL&errMsg=&errCode=10001&site=AGE&server=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.theage.com.au&data=%2Fnews%2FOpinion%2FTrail-of-fear-left-behind-by-moral-crusaders%2F2005%2F04%2F02%2F1112302283732.html%3Foneclick%3Dtrue&count=0 <---------------------------------------- First, iron out references, and language -- turn it into a proper article.


This organization is misidentified here. SourceWatch already has an article on it: Council on National Policy.

Artificial Intelligence 11:56, 6 Apr 2005 (EDT)

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I have removed this as I couldn't see what it's origin was. It wasn't the NYT article. --Bob Burton 18:14, 15 November 2006 (EST)

A "highly secretive... a theocratic organization -- what they want is basically religious rule".