Council for National Policy
That last one isn't strictly a front group. It's more a coalition of Moonies, Scientologists, and Dominionists.
Wait, you say. Those guys have serious theological differences. How do they manage to get along?
Think for a minute and the answer will come to you.
From the Wikipedia entry for the CNP above: "Membership is by invitation only. The membership list, previously made public, is now 'strictly confidential.'"
We need to change the tax laws. Secret societies should not count as charities, non-profits, or religious organizations. The former represents self interest at the expense of society. The latter are in the public interest.
The powerful have become too powerful. They can read our email. They can review our Google searches on a whim. But we can't return the favor.
We have a window of opportunity for pushing back.
Again from Wikipedia: "Our members are united in their belief in a free enterprise system, a strong national defense, and support for traditional western values."
"Traditional western values" is code for "no homo." Not that these guys actually care about what people do in the privacy of their own bedroom. They merely recognize the value of an enemy or scapegoat.
Fun facts: The homo bashing has been a problem for the Scientologists in Hollywood. Recently Miscavige has been re-writing L Ron Hubbard's policy statements to tone down the anti-gay bits.
LOL if you find that reassuring. They're merely hiding text that their enemies can use against them.
There are reports elsewhere that much of the Xenu story has been removed from OTIII.
MOAR addendum: Gay tax attorneys. Gay CPAs. If we clue them in, they will help us save de Urfs.
CVS selling homeopathic remedies: It gets personal - I almost purchased a worthless homeopathic eye remedy at CVS for a cancer patient. I'm taking action to try to stop this from happening to others.
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