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CFNPCenter for Food and Nutrition Policy
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Groups like Focus on the Family and the Council for National Policy were among the well-funded groups to rally evangelicals to their call.
See Russ Bellant, "The Council for National Policy: Stealth Leadership of the Radical Right," Front Lines Research, August 1994.
31 (Petra)--His Royal Highness Prince Faisal Bin Al Hussein, the King advisor and president of the Council for National Policy, received at Al Husseiniya Palace on Wednesday, a delegation representing a U.S studies center.
In early March, the Council for National Policy (CNP) signed a letter urging Trump to place his signature on an executive order "protecting the practical exercise of religious freedom," or what they consider "religious liberty." (The letter was confirmed by CNP member and conservative pundit Todd Starnes on his own site.) The CNP was founded in 1981 during the heyday of the "Reagan Revolution" and in conjunction with the cultural religious revival that gave birth to groups like the Moral Majority and the Christian Coalition (founded by the late Rev.
The Council for National Policy exists to do just one thing: organize meetings of right-wing operatives, Religious Right leaders and wealthy business interests at posh hotels around the country to share ideas, plot strategy and vet GOP presidential candidates.
He has helped found the Heritage Foundation, the Moral Majority, the Conservative Caucus (which he currently chairs) and the elusive Council for National Policy. Unlike the more pragmatic Ralph Reed, Phillips has given up on the Republican Party as a means of restoring the "Christian republic" he says the Founders intended.
In October 2010, Religious Right godfather Tim LaHaye addressed the Council for National Policy about his goals for education.
It also demonstrates the relation of virtually all right-wing groups to the Council for National Policy and such major groups as the Heritage Foundation.
Dobson received a top award from the secretive Council for National Policy (CNP) during a closed-door meeting in early October.
Even more ominously, Promise Keepers is related--through Dobson, Robertson, and others--to the secretive Council for National Policy, which seeks political power.
Among Goeglein's stops was a February 2007 visit to Amelia Island, Fla., to speak to the shadowy Council for National Policy (CNP).
McCain addressed the Council for National Policy (CNP) March 7 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel.
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