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  • ...elf as "committed to expanding liberty, increasing individual opportunity, and strengthening free enterprise."<ref name="2011 990"/> ...so-popular/ Why the American Enterprise Institute chief is so popular]," ''The Washington Post'', April 2, 2014.</ref>
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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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  • ...to be a member of the [[Council on Foreign Relations]] and to have ties to the [[Manhattan Institute for Policy Research]]. ...ions and consulting firm that specializes in transformational change", and the [[Center for Health Transformation]], a Gingrich Group project launched in
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  • ...e is a former Congressman from Indiana (58-91) and former chair and CEO of the [[Federal Reserve Bank of New York]]. ...e]]. His name has been linked with both the [[Rockefeller Foundation]] and the [[RAND Corporation]].
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  • | caption = in the early 1920s ...Bernays was one of the first to attempt to manipulate public opinion using the subconscious.
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  • ...>''The means of defense against foreign danger historically have become<br>the instruments of tyranny at home.'' --James Madison.</center> "The 'Posse Comitatus Act' (PCA), Title 18 of the U.S. Code (USC), Section 1385, states:
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  • ...2001]], when the U.S. government integrated several agencies to establish the '''[[Department of Homeland Security]]'''. ...to the OMB], homeland security budget requests for the other 49% came from the following departments: 5.9% Justice; 3.1% State; 6.2% Health & Human Servic
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  • The [[Dark Winter]] exercise was a 2001 fictional scenario depicting a covert s ...rvices]] (ANSER) were the principal designers, authors, and controllers of the Dark Winter project.
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  • ...the world's largest providers of products and services to the oil and gas and military services industries. ...lliburton Subsidiary Received $39.5 Billion in Iraq-Related Contracts Over The Past Decade], ''Business Insider'', March 19, 2013.</ref>
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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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  • ...of BP's energy production, making us the largest producer and supplier in the U.S.<ref>[http://www.bp.com/sectiongenericarticle.do?categoryId=3050046&con Access the BP's corporate rap sheet compiled and written by ''Good Jobs First'' [http://www.corp-research.org/BP here].
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  • ...rgest publicly owned energy company''', based on oil and gas reserves, and the fifth largest refiner."[http://www.conocophillips.com/about/Who+We+Are/inde ...n. ConocoPhillips stock is listed on the [[New York Stock Exchange]] under the symbol ''COP''."
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  • ...cessed August 1, 2013</ref> CCA's revenue in 2013 was nearly $1.7 billion, and it had profits of $300 million, 100 percent of which came from taxpayers vi ...alf of all prisoners in state facilities were there for nonviolent crimes, and half of inmates in federal prisons were serving time for drug-related offen
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  • ...[ANSER]] Institute and the [[Oklahoma City National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism]]. ...p-exercises Simulations and Tabletop Exercises page], Center for Strategic and International Studies website, accessed September 14, 2010.</ref>
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  • ...Republican]], Armey served as [[House Majority Leader|Majority Leader]] of the [[U.S. House of Representatives]] from 1995 to 2002.<ref name="compassion"> ==Ties to the American Legislative Exchange Council==
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  • ...consulting practices, and oversees the management of business development and client issues." [http://www.nicklesgroup.com/bios/nickles.php] ...as Assistant Minority Leader. He's also a co-founder and member of the [[Oklahoma Coalition for Peace through Strength]].[http://action.tscl.org/ViewSenateIn
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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
  • '''EPA greenhouse gas issues''' is a subsection of the main SourceWatch article [[Environmental Protection Agency]]. ===EPA declares greenhouse gases a threat to public health and welfare - April 2009===
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  • Mylroie is an adjunct scholar at the [[American Enterprise Institute]], a conservative [[think tank]] often iden ...rs" because "she has influential admirers," most notably [[Richard Perle]] and [[R. James Woolsey, Jr.]].
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  • ...''Journal of Commerce'', May 23, 2014.</ref> contributing significantly to the U.S. national trade deficit. ...ay/ Walmart on Tax Day: How Taxpayers Subsidize America's Biggest Employer and Richest Family]" Americans for Tax Fairness website, April 2014. </ref>
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