Jeremiah Denton Foundation

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"Founded by RADM Jeremiah Denton, former Senator (R-AL) and Vietnam POW, the Admiral Jeremiah Denton Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization headquarted in Mobile, Alabama. Inspired by Admiral Denton's passion to promote fundamental American values and provide global humanitarian aid, the foundation is dedicated to issues regarding national security, the concept of One Nation Under God, and international peacekeeping and humanitarian affairs.

"Currently pursuing two major programs: International TRANSFORM Program and One Nation Under God." [1]


Accessed January 2011: [2]


"Our international programs over the years have included inter-agency coordination with the following...

"U.S. Army Civil Affairs / Special Operations Command, U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) and its subordinate commands U.S. Army South (USARSO), AIr Force (AFSOUTH); the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the U.S. Transportation Command (TRANSCOM), National Defense Transportation Association (NDTA).

"Landstar, FedEx, Chiquita's Great White Fleet, Dole, National Air Cargo, Ecuadorian Line, Maersk Line Ltd., Moby Marine, and a variety of shipping companies who moved freight for USAID/UN food aid programs. BKA Logistics deserves an exceptional recognition.

"NGO partners - both large and small - such as World Vision, IMEC, Project C.U.R.E., McCoskrie Threshold Foundation/Air Commando Association, Convoy of Hope, Helping Hands Ministry, Bless the Children, Humanitarian Education & Relief Services, Cortland Humanitarian Outreach Worldwide, and so many more have uniquely contributed to our international programs." [3]

National Forum Foundation

Writing in 1995, Michael Parenti says: "Consider the case of David Horowitz. When Horowitz was a radical author and editor of Ramparts, the mainstream press ignored his existence. But after he and former Ramparts colleague Peter Colliers surfaced as new-born conservatives, the Washington Post Magazine gave prominent play to their "Lefties for Reagan" pronunciamento. Horowitz and Colliers soon linked up with the National forum Foundation, which dipped into deep conservative pockets and came up with hundreds of thousands of dollars to enable the two ex-radicals to do ideological battle with the left." [4]

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  1. about, Jeremiah Denton Foundation, accessed January 18, 2011.
  2. Board, Jeremiah Denton Foundation, accessed January 18, 2011.
  3. Supporters, Jeremiah Denton Foundation, accessed January 18, 2011.
  4. The myth of a liberal media, Humanist, accessed January 19, 2011.