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  • ...eakhouse]], [[Red Lobster]], Steak & Ale, TGI Friday's, Uno's Restaurants, and [[Wendy's]]. ...rategy of forming dozens of non-profit front groups, attack-dog web sites, and alleged [[think tanks]] that defend his corporate clients' interests by att
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  • ...e books, studies, op-eds, and blog posts. They are also frequent guests in the media. ...Atlas Group]] network with links to the [[Institute for Humane Studies]]. The [[Independent Institute]] seems to operate as a Cato subsidiary.
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  • [[Image:Hillary.jpg|100px|thumb|Hillary Rodham Clinton is the Secretary of State]] ...e confirmed Clinton as [[U.S. Department of State|Secretary of State]] for the [[Obama administration]].
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  • ...ution, and other aspects of the industry. API is based in Washington, D.C. and has offices in 27 state capitals. [http://www.api.org] ...obby, spending around $7.3 million on lobbying each year in 2010 and 2009, and spending $6.3 million in 2011. <ref> American Petroleum Institute, [http://
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  • ...ion. They believed a system of deposit insurance would be unduly expensive and would unfairly subsidize poorly managed banks. Public opinion, however, was ...year. Its closure will cost the insurance deposit fund $1.4 billion, said the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp." <ref>Marketwatch,[http://www.marketwatch.c
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  • The following are '''articles & commentary''' related to the main article on Sen. '''[[John McCain]]''' (R-Arizona). *[[Ted Sampley]], [http://www.usvetdsp.com/manchuan.htm "John McCain: The Manchurian Candidate,"] ''U.S. Veteran Dispatch'', December 1992.
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  • ...ken "to be consistent with our advertising campaign, 'America's Power' and the corresponding website, Americaspower.org."<ref>Scott Barker, [http://www.ma ...tion [[Center for Energy and Economic Development]]. (ABEC originally used the www.balancedenergy.org domain but later switched to a website titled ''Amer
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  • ...tention to appoint General John A. Gordon to be Assistant to the President and Homeland Security Advisor. ...org/news/061500.html#security] and Under Secretary for Nuclear Security at the Department of Energy. Prior to this, General Gordon served as Deputy Direct
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  • ...opulsion; and responds to nuclear and radiological emergencies in the U.S. and abroad." [http://www.nnsa.doe.gov/aboutnnsa.htm] The NNSA "manage[d] the country's [[nuclear weapons complex]]" and was headed by Gen. [[John A. Gordon]], its first administrator.[http://www.
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  • ...y Administration]] (NNSA), which was created by Congress in 1999 and under the guidance of retired Air Force General [[John A. Gordon]]. ...ose any gaps that may have opened this past decade in our understanding of the possible military applications of atomic energy—no novel nuclear weapons
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  • ...id H. Koch|David]] and [[Charles G. Koch|Charles]] [[Koch brothers|Koch]], the owners of [[Koch Industries]].<ref>Peter Overby, "[http://www.npr.org/templ ...d congressional Democrats," including $83 million on "communications, ads, and media."<ref>Michael Beckel, "[http://www.publicintegrity.org/2013/11/14/137
    108 KB (15,145 words) - 18:57, 11 October 2017
  • ..._the.php "Reagan’s Disciples Plan Relaunch Of Conservative Movement,"] ''The Atlantic'' Online, October 5, 2007.</ref> ...ancial commitments, according to an official involved in raising money for the organization," Ambinder wrote.<ref name="Marc"/>
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  • ...ac, Chevrolet, GM Daewoo, GMC, Holden, Hummer, Opel, Pontiac, Saab, Saturn and Vauxhall. ...January 5, 2014.</ref> GM was founded in 1908 and remains headquartered at the place of its establishment in Detroit, Michigan.
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  • ...viously tested nuclear devices/designs to provide weapons more relevant to the future threat environment," i.e. '''nuclear weapons'''. ...ted March 24, 2004, as well as other documents on '''nuclear weapons''' in the [[Federation of American Scientists]]' [http://www.fas.org/htarchive.htm ar
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  • ...://www.startribune.com/opinion/commentary/116955813.html Will Wisconsin be the GOP's 'overreach' moment?], Editorial/commentary, Febuary 26, 2011.</ref> A ...sin_club_for_growth Wisconsin Club for Growth] entry for information about the group involved in Wisconsin's John Doe investigation
    31 KB (4,164 words) - 18:31, 12 October 2017
  • ...wer. Often individuals rotate between working for industry and working for the government in regulatory capacities, arrangements that are fraught with pot ...ASA]]'s biggest contractors, and only Senator [[John McCain]], ...objected and called for Mr. Aldridge's removal, complaining of conflict of interest."[ht
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  • ...llowing are '''external links for 2005''' related to the main article '''[[The Bush Theocracy]]'''. ...links for [[The Bush Theocracy: External Links 2001-2003|2001-2003]] and [[The Bush Theocracy: External Links 2004|2004]].
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  • ...uses of nuclear energies and technologies in the United States and around the world." [http://www.nei.org/aboutnei/] ==Response to Obama's presidential win and policies==
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  • ...the main article on '''[[Alberto R. Gonzales]]''' and his time as head of the [[Bush Justice Department]]. ...st.com/wp-srv/politics/administration/whbriefing/whoswho.html Who's Who in the White House], ''Washington Post'', updated February 16, 2004.
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  • ...Enterprise]] (CDFE) from 1984 to present. He is considered the father of the [[Wise Use]] movement. ...l. His 1979 magazine series, "The Environmental Battle", was the winner of the American Business Press 1980 Editorial Achievement Award.
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