Health Care: Leading the Cause

AHA Foundation

In response to ongoing abuses of women’s rights in the name of fundamentalist Islam, Ayaan Hirsi Ali and her supporters established the AHA Foundation in 2007 as a charitable organization to help protect and defend the rights of women in the West against militant Islam.

Through research, the dissemination of knowledge and outreach, the Foundation aims to combat several types of crimes against women, including the abridgement of the education of girls, female genital mutilation, forced marriages, honor violence, and honor killings.

Ayaan Hirsi Ali

After escaping an arranged marriage in Somalia by immigrating to the Netherlands, she served as a member of the Dutch parliament from 2003 to 2006. She works to integrate immigrants into Dutch society while defending the rights of women. In 2004, she made the film Submission with Theo van Gogh which resulted in the assassination of van Gogh by an Islamic extremist. Ms. Hirsi Ali works with the American Enterprise Institute and speaks internationally about women’s rights.

Alliance for Choice in Education


ACE is a non-profit IRS 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2000 by Denver businessman and philanthropist, Alex Cranberg, whose vision was to ensure that children of Colorado’s low-income families had access to quality K-12 education through scholarships.
Now in its seventh year of existence, ACE is pleased to have worked with 157 private schools to serve over 1,800 at risk students across Colorado with total funding commitments exceeding $9 million.

Alliance for School Choice


The Alliance for School Choice is the nation’s vanguard organization for promoting, implementing and enhancing K-12 educational choice. In collaboration with a host of national and state allies, they create opportunities for systemic and sustainable educational reform that puts parents in charge.

The Alliance for School Choice works to build support for and implement publicly funded school choice programs that provide low-income families with educational opportunity. In doing so, the Alliance not only protects those programs that are already serving families in need, but also expands and enhances them and — most importantly — initiates new, larger and even more effective models.

America's Promise


Building on the legacy of their founder, General Colin Powell, America’s Promise is a leader in forging a strong and effective partnership alliance committed to seeing that children experience the fundamental resources they need to succeed – the Five Promises (caring adults, safe places, a healthy start, an effective education and opportunities to help others) – at home, in school and out in the community.

American Congress for Truth

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Brigitte Gabriel founded American Congress for Truth (ACT) in 2003. Ms. Gabriel came to the United States after losing her home country to militant Muslim fundamentalists during the Lebanese Civil War. ACT educates millions of citizens about our enemy, and what they can do to protect themselves and their country. ACT arms and motivates activists with information to take action; networking organizations with like-minded goals to bring change.

Brigitte Gabriel

After the tragedy of September 11th, Ms. Gabriel founded American Congress for Truth. She is a member of the board of Advisors of the Intelligence Summit and lectures internationally about terrorism and current affairs. Gabriel is the author of the book Because They Hate: A Survivor of Islamic Terror Warns America. She is a regular guest on national TV and radio. She speaks four languages: Arabic, French, English and Hebrew.

American Conservative

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The site’s name pretty much speaks for itself, focusing on issues that Americans need to be aware of in order to keep our country the world’s leader–morally, militarily, and economically.

American Enterprise Institute


AEI’s Environmental Studies Program emphasizes the need to design environmental policies that not only protect nature but also democratic institutions and human liberty.

This section of the website gathers together AEI research, events, and scholars focused on environmental policy.

American Immigration Center

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This private company provides guides and forms to help immigrants through the complicated process of applying for visas or citizenship.

American Islamic Congress


A civil rights organization with offices in Washington, D.C., Boston, Cairo and Basra, AIC promotes tolerance and the exchange of ideas among Muslims and between other peoples. AIC challenges the increasingly negative perceptions of Muslims by advocating responsible leadership and ‘two-way’ interfaith understanding. AIC’s latest initiative, Project Nur, is aimed at building bridges between Muslim and non-Muslim students on university campuses by promoting co-existence, tolerance, and understanding.
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Zainab Al-Suwaij

The granddaughter of Basra’s leading Ayatollah, Al-Suwaij was one of the few women to join the failed 1991 uprising against Saddam Hussein. She fled Iraq and eventually became an American citizen. Following the shock of September 11th, she left her teaching position at Yale to found the American Islamic Congress. An outspoken advocate for women’s equality and interfaith understanding, she has authored editorials in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today and appeared on NPR, BBC, Al-Jazeera, CBS, ABC, MSNBC, CNN, and Fox. She testified before Congress, lectured at Harvard, and participated in interfaith events around the world. Named an “Ambassador of Peace” by the Interreligious and International Peace Council, Al-Suwaij has received Dialogue on Diversity’s Liberty Award and was recognized as the “2006 International Person of the Year” by the National Liberty Museum.

American Islamic Forum for Democracy


A group of Muslim professionals in the Phoenix Valley, led by M. Zuhdi Jasser, M.D., founded the American Islamic Forum for Democracy in 2003. The forum aims to articulate that Muslims are able to practice their faith more freely in America than in any other place in the world. AIFD promotes an understanding of Islam which separates religion and state and is in complete harmony with the U.S. Constitution.

Dr. Zuhdi Jasser

The son of Muslim-Syrian immigrants, Dr. Jasser graduated from the Medical College of Wisconsin on a U.S. Navy scholarship in 1992. He practices internal medicine and nuclear cardiology in Phoenix where he previously served as President of the Arizona Medical Association. He also chairs the Bioethics Committee for Banner Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center. Dr. Jasser co-founded the American Islamic Forum for Democracy to articulate the freedom of thought and religious practice American Muslims enjoy.

American Minute


A daily email of notable events of American significance remembered on the date they occurred. An interesting and inspiring daily email as well-known national holidays and achievements are recalled in fascinating detail as well as little known facts of courage, sacrifice and captivating American trivia.

American Thinker

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A daily updated website with articles and blog posts that focus on the state of American culture, national security, ethical pursuits of technology and medicine, and the security of the state of Israel.

Americans for Prosperity


Americans for Prosperity (AFP) and Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFP Foundation) are committed to educating citizens about economic policy and mobilizing those citizens as advocates in the public policy process. AFP is an organization of grassroots leaders who engage citizens in the name of limited government and free markets on the local, state and federal levels. The grassroots members of AFP advocate for public policies that champion the principles of entrepreneurship and fiscal and regulatory restraint.

Be A Mentor


Be a Mentor (BAM) was founded by Jerry Young and is headed by Barbara Kingsbury. This ministry acts as a mentoring consolidator by identifying volunteers and recommending them to area partners in Charleston, SC. Some of these partners are Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys & Girls Club, Communities in Schools, Eyes on the Child, Seacoast Church Dream Center and others. This format gives BAM a wide array of services and opportunities to offer to corporate sponsors. The program has referred over 1000 mentors since its start in 2003.

Best Friends Foundation

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The Best Friends Foundation strives to provide a nationwide network of programs that is dedicated to the physical and emotional well-being of adolescents.

It provides scientifically researched and developmentally sound curriculum designed for middle and high school students. The Foundation promotes self-respect through the practice of self-control and provides participants the skills, guidance and support to choose abstinence from sex until marriage and reject illegal drug and alcohol use. In the spirit of true friendship, the Best Friends Foundation provides positive peer groups for adolescents and creates an environment that raises aspirations and promotes achievement.

Big Government

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Author and self-described “Reagan Conservative” Andrew Breitbart presents a continuously up dating blog raging from social and media issues to Wall Street.

Both Ends Burning

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The mission of the Both Ends Burning Campaign (BEB) is to create a new system of international adoption so that the world’s orphaned and abandoned children can grow up in permanent families. The movement has received generous support from the Friess Family Foundation to achieve its objective of replacing the current failed system of international adoption with a new private, non-profit model that truly serves the needs of parentless children. BEB is building a social movement for change. Elements include a documentary on the international adoption crisis, a petition campaign to urge world leaders to reform laws and policies for a better international adoption system, and a global awareness campaign on the worldwide orphan crisis and the need for international adoption to play a significant role in solving it.
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Craig Juntunen

Craig Juntunen is the founder and president of the Both Ends Burning Campaign. In his early life, Juntunen played quarterback for a total of 14 seasons. He then led a successful business career, building and selling his company and temporarily retiring. His life was forever changed in 2006 when he and his wife Kathi adopted 3 children from Haiti and chose to give up their retirement lifestyle to become parents. Craig wrote about the experience in his book, Both Ends Burning: My Story of Adopting Three Children from Haiti. Craig and Kathi also launched Chances for Children which supports villages in Haiti and has placed more than 100 children in adoptive families since 2005.

CATO Institute

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The Cato Institute was founded in 1977 by Edward H. Crane. It is a non-profit public policy research foundation headquartered in Washington, D.C. The Institute is named for Cato’s Letters, a series of libertarian pamphlets that helped lay the philosophical foundation for the American Revolution. The Cato Institute seeks to broaden the parameters of public policy debate to allow consideration of the traditional American principles of limited government, individual liberty, free markets and peace. Toward that goal, the Institute strives to achieve greater involvement of the intelligent, concerned lay public in questions of policy and the proper role of government.

Center for Democracy and Human Rights in Saudi Arabia

Located in Washington, D.C., the Center was established to promote a sustainable participatory, non-sectarian and inclusive political structure where all citizens are empowered to steer their country to a better, safer, peaceful, democratic and tolerant path. The center leads campaigns for political reform, religious freedom, women’s and minority rights and economic reform in Saudi Arabia.

Dr. Ali Alyami

Prior to founding the Center for Democracy and Human Rights, Dr. Alyami served as a Senior Fellow at the Saudi Institute in Washington, D.C.; directed the educational peace program for the American Friends Service Committee in San Francisco, and was a Representative for the Arab Organization for Human Rights in North America. He speaks at conferences throughout the U.S., Egypt, Sudan, Israel, and London, testifies before Congress, and has advised senior officials at the Pentagon, National Security Council, and State Department.

Center for Education Reform

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The Center for Education Reform (CER) creates opportunities for and challenges obstacles to better education for America’s communities.

Founded in 1993 to translate ideas into action, CER combines education policy with grassroots advocacy to work deep within the nation’s communities to foster positive and bold education reforms. Today, this premiere national group serves as a full-service education reform engine working in over 40 states.

Center for Evangelism and Training of Acul du Nord (CEDAN)

Center for Evangelism and Training of Acul du Nord (CEDAN) has served Haiti since 1983, the year Pastor Henri Richard graduated from seminary and started a church and school here. The area had been completely entrapped in voodoo but today 80% of the people go to church and 66% are dedicated Christians. CEDAN’s facilities are old and worn after 28 years of constant use but they are a place of vibrant work for the needy of Acul. The compound includes a church, school, medical and dental clinic, kitchen and dining room with food supply pantry, and crisis housing. The clinic serves up to 150 per day. Bulk food and clean water are supplied as needed, ministering to the physical and spiritual needs of the neighbors. CEDAN has 12 other Christian schools in the area with a population of 4000 children.
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Pastor Henri Claude Robert

Pastor Henri Claude Robert is Founder and Director of CEDAN. He was born into a family who practiced voodoo but at age 11 he was taken in by Christian missionaries through whom his life was changed. Part of that change was the education he received and now he sees education as a tool that God uses to change lives in Haiti. He graduated from seminary in 1983 and was immediately called to start a church and school in the slums of Acul du Nord. That ministry continues today at CEDAN where the gospel is shared through ministering to spiritual and physical needs of the region. God has been with Pastor Richard in a way that transformation accompanies his work. He is still a young man with dreams of increasing the scope of his ministry into vocational training and microbusiness.

Center for Health Transformation

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Center for Health Transformation is collaboration of private and public sector leaders committed to creating 21st Century Intelligent Health System. Founded by Newt Gingrich in 2003, group seeks to save American lives and money.

Center for Islamic Pluralism

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Founded in Washington, DC,  in 2004 by Sufi convert Stephen Suleyman Schwartz, the Center for Islamic Pluralism (CIP) is a think tank that challenges the dominance of American Muslim life by militant Islamist groups.

Center for Security Policy

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The Center for Security Policy is a non-profit, non-partisan national security organization that specializes in identifying policies, actions, and resource needs that are vital to American security and then ensures that such issues are the subject of both focused, principled examination and effective action by recognized policy experts, appropriate officials, opinion leaders, and the general public.

Frank Gaffney

Mr. Gaffney founded the Center for Security Policy, an internationally recognized resource for timely, informed and penetrating analyses of foreign and defense policy matters. In 1987, he was nominated by President Reagan to become the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy, the senior position in the Defense Department with responsibility for policies involving nuclear forces, arms control and U.S.-European defense relations.

Center on Islam, Democracy and the Future of the Muslim World

Addressing the war of ideas underway within the Muslim world over its future direction, the Center (hosted at the Hudson Institute) asks: ‘Will the Muslim world follow the guidance of Islamism or radical Islamic ideology and its known hostility to a moderate accommodation with modernity and democracy?’ The Center works to develop an alternative and potent view which combines fidelity to Islam with respect and appreciation for democracy.

Dr. Hillel Fradkin

A senior fellow of the Hudson Institute, he directs its Center on Islam, Democracy and the Future of the Muslim World. He is the founder of Current Trends in Islamist Ideology, the leading journal on contemporary Islamism which he co-edits with Husain Haqqani and Eric Brown. He is also general editor of Hudson’s monograph series on contemporary Islam and Islamism as well as the center’s website.

Chances for Children

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The mission of Chances for Children is to improve the lives of children in Haiti. Our organization has received generous support from the Friess Family Foundation to provide financial and strategic support for existing orphanages and schools in Haiti. Chances for Children supports two adoption orphanages (crèches as they are called in Haiti) and four non-adoption orphanages. Our sites are located in Kenscoff, Les Cayes, Ouanaminthe and Port au Prince. Chances for Children provides school sponsorships to 400 children who attend school and the foundation provides monthly care to over 300 children living in orphanages. In 2011 we will expand our outreach by adding additional schools, vocational training, agricultural programs and medical clinics to create sustainable communities within Haiti.
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Kathi Juntunen

Kathi Juntunen spent 20 years in the computer software industry after earning a Masters in Business from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. During her career years she also worked in many volunteer programs that served the needs of underprivileged children. Her life was forever changed five years ago, when she and her husband Craig adopted 3 children from Haiti and chose to give up their retirement lifestyle to become parents. In 2005 they started Chances for Children, to provide hope to other orphaned children in Haiti. Ms. Juntunen is the President of C4C and makes frequent trips to Haiti.

Citizens Against Government Waste


Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) is a private, non-partisan, non-profit organization representing more than one million members and supporters nationwide. CAGW’s mission is to eliminate waste, mismanagement, and inefficiency in the federal government. Founded in 1984 by the late industrialist J. Peter Grace and syndicated columnist Jack Anderson, CAGW is the legacy of the President’s Private Sector Survey on Cost Control, also known as the Grace Commission.

Citizens Council on Healthcare


CCHC advocates for patient and physician freedom, medical innovation, and the right of citizens to a confidential patient-doctor relationship.

City Journal

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The nation’s premier urban policy magazine, City Journal provides intelligent ideas for everything from school reform to policing.

Climate Depot

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A Drudge Report-style aggregation of climate and environment news that focuses on providing facts and exposing the ideology of the climate change alarmists.

Community Options

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Community Options is a non-profit that provides employment and residential opportunities to people with serious disabilities. This is done in a way that allows each person to express his preferences and seek them. The strategy is based on the twin beliefs of the dignity of each individual and the freedom of each to experience self-determination. This respect is foundational to the support, advocacy and empowerment of each disabled individual and his family.

Community Options develops these residential and employment supports with a cost-effective administration that encourages maximum individual choice and flexibility. In this way economic and social independence is the central focus. Four fundamental values are served in the process: individual choice, customer satisfaction, person-centered planning and economic empowerment.  It works; through Community Options programs thousands of disabled have left institutional closure for a life of independent residency and personal and economic self-sufficiency.
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Robert Stack

Robert Stack is founder and CEO of Community Options. He has guided this non-profit to become the 5th largest in the state of New Jersey with 2600 employees and 30 offices in 10 states. Mr. Stack is a graduate of the University of Dayton and has attended several international universities. He has extensive international experience in entrepreneurial business development and non-profit business management. His social-entrepreneurial model for the employment of the disabled has yielded amazing and positive results.

Competitive Enterprise Institute


Called “the best environmental think tank in the country” by The Wall Street Journal, the Competitive Enterprise Institute focuses on the development and promotion of free market approaches to environmental policy. We believe that where individual property rights exist in environmental resources, the environment is most likely to be protected, and that market institutions more effectively allow for the realization of environmental values than political agencies and bureaucracies. As a leading proponent of free market environmentalism, CEI’s program includes both an overall effort to reframe the environmental debate and a series of targeted projects to reform specific policies, ranging from risk regulation to global warming.

Conservatives for Patients’ Rights


Believing that government should not interfere with health care, Conservatives for Patients’ Rights defends health care reform that includes patients choice, competition, accountability and responsibility.

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Rick Scott, Chairman, owned several hundred hospitals that reduced costs and simultaneously improved patient benefits and outcomes . He was first to post all service prices “Starbucks-style,” and have three day post checkup and flu shot guarantees.

Consumers for Health Care Choices

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Consumers for Health Care Choices represents the voice of the patient in consumer driven health care. Founder Greg Scandlen is considered one of nation’s experts on health care financing, insurance regulation and employee benefits.

Crescent Project

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The Project equips Christians to reach out to the Muslim community. While studying in America, Fouad Masri realized the importance of preparing American Christians to reach out to the growing community of internationals, especially Muslims. Most Muslim ministries have focused on sending full-time missionaries overseas to Muslim countries. Crescent Project has used an entirely different approach: train the local church to reach out to the Muslims in the community. Since 1993, Crescent Project instructors have trained over 5000 Christians throughout North America.
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Fouad Masri

After personally experiencing the forgiveness of Christ and the freedom He offers, Fouad dedicated his life to extending that hope and freedom to his Muslim friends and neighbors.

Raised in the war zone of Beirut, Lebanon, he went on to earn an MA in Islamic Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary. An influential and rapidly-growing Muslim population in North America (now nearly 7 million strong) caught Fouad’s attention. Believing he was called by God to train and equip Christians to reach their Muslim neighbors, Fouad founded Crescent Project.

CURE International

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CURE International is a hospital ministry doing surgeries to correct disabilities due to birth defects. It is an outgrowth of the giving hearts of its founders Dr. Scott Harrison and his wife sally. We are proud to count them as a partner in the Haiti renewal fund. This is a personal story that represents the 78,000 life-changing surgeries that have been performed by CURE and the I million outpatients who have received care.
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Dr. C. Scott Harrison

Dr. C. Scott Harrison began his medical career at the University of Pittsburgh Medical School followed by 3 years in the U.S. Army Medical corps, one as a surgeon in Vietnam. Dr. Harrison was taught and mentored by a world-renowned pediatric surgeon whose influence led to a focus on the needs of disabled children. In 1991 he became CEO of Kirschner Medical Corp. later merged into another company. He resumed his surgical career in 1996 with regular mission trips to a mission hospital in Kenya. CURE was started that same year. Dr. Harrison has received many honors including the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons Humanitarian Award.

Daily Caller

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Founded by Tucker Carlson, a 20-year veteran of print and broadcast media, and Neil Patel, former chief policy adviser to Vice President Cheney, The Daily Caller is a 24-hour news site providing original reporting from an experienced team of professional reporters, thought-provoking commentary and breaking news.

David Gratzer


David Gratzer, physician and author “The Cure: How Capitalism Can Save American Health Care” is scholar at Center for Medical Progress at Manhattan Institute. His research focus is consumer-driven health care, Medicare and Medicaid, drug reimportation, and FDA reform.

Dr. Azyumardi Azra

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One of the world’s most prominent Muslim intellectuals, Dr. Azra served two terms as President of Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University in Jakarta where he played a vital role in Indonesia’s transition from authoritarian rule to democracy – promoting a moderate and tolerant understanding of Islam. A Fulbright Scholar at Columbia University, he has held positions as: Vice Director of the Centre for the Study of Islam and Society at IAIN/UIN; Vice Rector for Academic Affairs; visiting fellowships at Oxford University, University of Philippines, University of Malaya; NYU, and a member of the Board of Trustees of the International Islamic University. Dr. Azra has published 18 books and is a regular contributor to international newspapers and journals.

Dr. Wafa Sultan


A secular Syrian-American author and thinker, Dr. Sultan frequently participates in political debates on Al Jazeera, CNN and Fox News. She was shocked into secularism by the atrocities committed against innocent Syrians, including the assassination of her professor at the University of Aleppo. In 2006 on Al Jazeera, she scolded Muslims for not acknowledging the accomplishments of non-Muslim societies, including their greater freedom and capacity for producing wealth and technology. She identified the threat to the West as “a battle between modernity and barbarism which Islam will lose.”

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Earmark Watch

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Earmark Watch allows citizens to investigate and report on Congressional Spending.

Elevate Your G.A.M.E.

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“Where there is no vision, the people perish” (Prov. 29:18).
Today, thousands of urban teenagers have no vision for their lives and are falling behind academically. As a result they lack opportunity to develop their full potential to obtain higher education and meaningful careers. The mission of Elevate Your G.A.M.E. is to lift urban teenagers through mentoring to a higher level in their Grades, Attendance and Maturity to Empower them to be leaders who bring about positive change in their chosen arena of life. Raise their school attendance to a level of employability. Raise their grade point average to a level of excellence. Raise their level of maturity in their relationships and service to others. Raise their level of empowerment to bring about positive and dynamic change in themselves, their families, schools, communities and the world. Elevate Your G.A.M.E. currently mentors 400 urban youth at eight sites.
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Michael Freeman grew up in Compton, an urban community just south of Los Angeles. While he was attending Georgia Tech, God called him into urban ministry and led him to join the ministry of World Impact in 1978. Michael served as director of World Impact’s ministry in Chester, an urban community in the Philadelphia area from 1988 to 1997. A few years after returning to Los Angeles, Michael was led by God to launch Elevate Your G.A.M.E., a mentoring program for youth in urban schools and communities.

Ethics and Public Policy Center


Founded in 1976, the Ethics and Public Policy Center is Washington, D.C.’s premier institute dedicated to applying the Judeo-Christian moral tradition to critical issues of public policy. From the Cold War to the war on terrorism, from disputes over the role of religion in public life to battles over the nature of the family, EPPC and its scholars have consistently sought to defend the great Western ethical imperatives — respect for the inherent dignity of the human person, individual freedom and responsibility, justice, the rule of law, and limited government.

Explorations in Math

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Our vision is to create an engaging math culture in each school where students, teachers and parents work together to help all students succeed in math. We envision students becoming powerful mathematicians, confident in their abilities and possessing an enthusiasm and desire to pursue math in higher education and throughout their lives.

factcheck_home is a nonpartisan, nonprofit, “consumer advocate” for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics. monitors the factual accuracy of what is said by major U.S. political players in the form of TV ads, debates, speeches, interviews, and news releases. Their goal is to apply the best practices of both journalism and scholarship, and to increase public knowledge and understanding.

Fair Tax


The FairTax plan is a comprehensive proposal that replaces all federal income and payroll based taxes with an integrated approach including a progressive national retail sales tax, a prebate to ensure no American pays federal taxes on spending up to the poverty level, dollar-for-dollar federal revenue neutrality, and, through companion legislation, the repeal of the 16th Amendment.

The FairTax Act (HR 25, S 1025) is nonpartisan legislation. It abolishes all federal personal and corporate income taxes, gift, estate, capital gains, alternative minimum, Social Security, Medicare, and self-employment taxes and replaces them with one simple, visible, federal retail sales tax administered primarily by existing state sales tax authorities.

The FairTax taxes us only on what we choose to spend on new goods or services, not on what we earn. The FairTax is a fair, efficient, transparent, and intelligent solution to the frustration and inequity of our current tax system.

Family Security Matters

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Informing Americans about the issues surrounding national security, addressing their fears about safety on a personal, family, community, national and international level, Family Security Matters highlights the connection between individual safety and a strong national defense; increases civic participation and political responsibility; and empowers all Americans to become proactive defenders of our national security and community safety.

Carol Taber

Carol A. Taber, Founder and President of Family Security Matters, is a seasoned business executive, with over 30 years experience in leadership positions for diverse communications companies at various stages of maturity. A former publisher of national women’s magazines, Taber has broad experience in start-up, turnaround and repositioning projects as well as management of successful ongoing operations. She has delivered a consistent, extraordinary record of increasing revenues and profit, opening new markets and revenue streams, and developing new lines of affinity businesses and multi-media opportunities.

First Principles Journal

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Produced by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, this website offers intellectual perspectives on both current events and the foundational ideas of America and Western civilization.

Foundation for Defense of Democracies

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Promoting pluralism, defending democratic values, and fighting the ideologies that drive terrorism, the Foundation was created shortly after 9/11 by a group of visionary philanthropists and policymakers. FDD engages in the global war of ideas, supporting the defense of democratic societies under assault by terrorism and Militant Islamism. Combining policy research, democracy training, strategic communications, and investigative journalism, FDD focuses its efforts where the war of ideas will be won or lost: the media, college campuses, and the policy community.
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Clifford D. May

Mr. May focuses on defeating terrorism as the President of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. He is also the Chairman of the Policy Committee for the Committee on the Present Danger (CPD), comprised of leading members of the national security community. Mr. May’s career spans international relations, journalism, communications and politics.

Dr. Walid Phares

A senior fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, he focuses on Middle East history and politics, global terrorist movements, democratization and human rights. Dr. Phares leads the foundation’s Future of Terrorism Project, which considers how the Islamist threat will mutate over time and what can be done to defend against new, more deadly strains of terrorism. He has authored nine books on terrorism and the Middle East.

Founders' Almanac

The Founders' Almanac

Produced by the Heritage Foundation, the Founders’ Almanac offers an extensive database of quotations from the Founding Fathers, searchable by topic. The site also includes a timeline of America’s founding and links to primary documents including the Declaration and Constitution.

Free Market Cure

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Free Market Cure is dedicated to correctly diagnosing the problems with the U.S. health care system and promoting solutions which preserve and extend individual liberty.

Fritz Institute

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Fritz Institute is a non-profit organization that works in partnership with governments, non-profit organizations and corporations around the world to innovate solutions and facilitate the adoption of best practices for rapid and effective disaster response and recovery.

Galen Institute


Galen Institute works to promote a more informed public debate over ideas that advance individual freedom, consumer choice, and competition in the health sector.

Grace-Marie Turner

Grace-Marie Turner is president and founder of the Galen Institute, a health and tax research organization. She is instrumental to discussion of free market ideas and patient centered health reforms.

Gerard Batten


Gerard Batten founded the UK Independence Party in 1993 and was the first party secretary from 1994 to 1997. Elected as the MEP for London in June 2004, he serves as a member of UKIP’s National Executive Committee and was appointed to the Security & Defense Committee of the European Parliament. Batton proposed the Charter of Muslim Understanding to identify Islamic teachings that can be used by extremists to justify or condone intolerance and violence, and to offer moderate and peaceful Muslims a means of disassociating themselves from those teachings.

Global Aid Network

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Global Aid Network is a multi-national network of ministries serving to demonstrate the love of God, through word and deed, to hurting and needy people around the world through relief and development projects.

As the humanitarian aid arm of Campus Crusade for Christ International, the ministry of Global Aid Network spans the globe helping to meet physical needs in areas of poverty and despair and providing hope through evangelistic outreach.

Global Aid Network partners with existing Campus Crusade for Christ ministries, local churches, missionaries, and other agencies to help distribute compassionate aid to impoverished countries around the world.

Goldwater Institute

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The Goldwater Institute was founded in 1988 by a small group of entrepreneurial Arizonans with the blessing of Sen. Barry Goldwater. Like our namesake, the Goldwater Institute board and staff share a belief in the innate dignity of individual human beings, that America is a nation that grew great through the initiative and ambition of regular men and women, and, that while the legitimate functions of government are conducive to freedom, unrestrained government has proved to be a chief instrument in history for thwarting individual liberty. Through research and education, the Goldwater Institute works to broaden the parameters of policy discussions to allow consideration of policies consistent with the founding principles of free societies.
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Darcy Olsen

Darcy Olsen serves as president and CEO of the Goldwater Institute, a groundbreaking state think tank for conservative policy in the United States. Under Olsen’s leadership, the Goldwater Institute has acted as a policy architect for many successful reforms, including several school choice laws, initiatives to protect private property, and broad, across-the-board tax cuts. An authority on state policy trends in education reform, economic policy, and government reform, Olsen has been a guest on National Public Radio, the O’Reilly Factor, and the Dennis Miller Show. Olsen’s opinions have been widely published in such outlets as USA Today and the National Review, and she has provided testimony before Congress. In 2006, Olsen received the national Roe Award for noteworthy achievement in state public policy. Olsen also serves on the board of directors for the Arizona School Choice Trust, a scholarship organization helping children from Arizona’s lowest-income families. She was previously the director of education policy at the Washington D.C.-based Cato Institute, and has served as a transitional house manager for the D.C. Coalition for the Homeless.

Good Samaritan Health Services

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Good Samaritan Health Services (GSHS) effectively fills an important niche in the health care of Tulsa’s underserved populations, not springing from a governmental mandate, but from a Christian grass-roots effort in our community. Last year, GSHS facilitated more than 8,200 patient visits – many with patients experiencing chronic diseases that need compassionate and consistent high-quality healthcare.

GSHS began in 1998 as a partnership between two organizations: In His Image, a faith-based medical residency program; and Cornerstone Assistance Network, a Christian human services organization. These organizations collaborated with other community leaders in response to an urgent need identified in the Tulsa community: Tulsa’s poorest citizens needed quality free medical care in a safe, convenient and supportive environment. Free clinics were held at Tulsa area apartment complexes in areas where services were most needed.

In 1999, GSHS unveiled its first mobile clinic: a refurbished 37-foot recreational vehicle. GSHS volunteers and staff worked with local churches, which provided facilities and volunteers for patient check-in, triage, counseling and optional prayer service. By 2000, the mobile clinic had 1,345 annual patient visits and, with the addition of a second mobile clinic (a 63-foot tractor trailer) in 2007, appointments increased 600% over the next nine years. Today, GSHS serves nearly 700 patients every month at one of its 40 monthly clinics at 14 locations across Tulsa County. Because the GSHS clinic is mobile, we can provide doctor consultation, testing and prescription medicines wherever the community needs the most care.

Good Samaritan also serves as the template of service for Mobile Medical Ministries, a subset of the Foster and Lynn Friess family Foundation, which encourages the start-up of new mobile medical clinics.
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Dr. John R. Crouch

Dr. John R. Crouch is currently the President of both Good Samaritan Health Services, Inc. and In His Image International. Dr. Crouch, previously with Oral Roberts University School of Medicine joined with other physicians to form Family Medical Care of Tulsa and In His Image Family Medicine Residency Program when the ORU School of Medicine closed.  Dr. Crouch’s vision is to train and enable residents to travel overseas on short-term missions trips and to encourage long-term overseas service to those called to be full-time missionaries.

Heartland Institute


The Heartland Institute’s Center on Climate and Environmental Policy produces an ambitious program of research and educational projects in defense of free-market environmentalism. It has assembled a team of leading scientists and economic experts to participate in the production of books, videos, a monthly public policy newspaper, events, and other public relations activities.

Heritage Foundation

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Founded in 1973, The Heritage Foundation is a research and educational institute – a think tank – whose mission is to formulate and promote conservative public policies based on the principles of free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, traditional American values, and a strong national defense.
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Matthew Spalding

Matthew Spalding connects the principles of the nation’s founding with today’s thorniest issues as vice president for American Studies at The Heritage Foundation. A constitutional scholar, historian and best-selling author, Spalding also oversees Heritage’s B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics and serves as project leader for the think tank’s First Principles initiative.

Heritage Foundation Foundry Blog

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This site promotes Founding Father values by connecting principles to policies. For good explanations of current legislative battles, this is a good place to start.

Hillsdale College


Founded in 1844, Hillsdale College is an independent, coeducational, residential, liberal arts college with a student body of about 1,300. Its four-year curriculum leads to the bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree, and it is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
Hillsdale’s educational mission rests upon two principles: academic excellence and institutional independence. The College does not accept federal taxpayer subsidies for any of its operations.

In 2002, Foster was awarded the Adam Smith Award, presented at Hillsdale’s annual commencement ceremony.

Home Word

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In response to the overwhelming needs of parents and families, Jim Burns founded HomeWord (formerly YouthBuilders) in 1985. HomeWord is a Christian organization designed to provide assistance to adults worldwide as they help young people make wise decisions and lead positive, vibrant, Christian lifestyles. Multiplication and Leverage: While absolutely committed to young people, HomeWord equips parents, grandparents and youth leaders; those who daily reach out to kids. By equipping adults, and leveraging those adults to reach kids, HomeWord reaches more young people more cost effectively.

Imagine Schools

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Imagine Schools is an organization, comprised mostly of teachers, that operates public charter schools and independent schools in 9 states and the District of Columbia. Our mission is to help parents educate their children by creating learning communities of achievement and hope. Imagine Schools was founded with the goal of restoring vision and purpose to the learning environment and to returning parents to full participation in their children’s education. Imagine Schools’ founders, Dennis and Eileen Bakke, are passionate about making a difference in education by applying a unique organizational and operational structure guided by shared values of integrity, justice, and fun. This structure puts teachers and school leaders squarely in charge of the decisions affecting the schools they serve.

In His Image

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In His Image (IHII) exists to evangelize, disciple, train and mobilize healthcare professionals so that they are empowered to impact their nation and the world for Christ by improving health and meeting the spiritual needs of the unreached. The goal of our residency program is to train our residents to practice excellent, high quality, compassionate medicine in a wide variety of settings, focusing on medically underserved populations in the United States and overseas. We see medicine as a calling and invite you to explore with us what it means to be a physician “In His Image”.

IHII accomplishes its mission through a variety of methods.  Over the years we have partnered with In His Image alumni and missionaries to create overseas residency training programs.  Currently we have overseas residency programs located in Almaty, Kazakhstan; Macau, China; Shenyang, China and Kabul, Afghanistan, and Cairo, Egypt.

Another way IHII accomplishes its mission is through overseas outreaches, including providing free clinics, disaster relief assistance, orphanage ministry, spiritual conferences and medical conferences.  Numerous times a year, IHII sends teams of doctors, resident physicians and nurses throughout Asia and Africa to hold healthcare conferences and consultations.  Medical lectures, hands-on workshops and informal social meetings are some of the creative ways IHII is able to reach healthcare professionals in these countries, most of which are closed to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  IHII is also a sending agency and therefore is a support for individuals preparing to go on the mission field or ones who are currently on the mission field.

Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women

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The Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women (IEEW) works through a number of programs to train and mentor women entrepreneurs in developing countries. Dr. Terry Neese founded the PEACE THROUGH BUSINESS program under the auspices of Presidents Bush, Clinton and the US/Afghan Women’s Council. The program teaches and mentors women entrepreneurs in Afghanistan and Rwanda under the banner, “Women all over the world are embracing the philosophy that an economically sound country has a much greater capacity for peace. The best way to develop economic stability is to build a solid middle class through the largest population demographic —WOMEN. When you educate women you educate her family, her community and her nation.” PEACE THROUGH BUSINESS teaches business basics in Afghanistan and Rwanda to 30 women from each country for 8 weeks each year. They graduate with the completion of their very own business plan. Every woman who graduates is a success story. This is a proven model that can be replicated anywhere in the world.
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Dr. Terry Neese

Dr. Terry Neese is Founder and CEO of the Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women (IEEW) and author of “Empowering Women”, a book and training program that encourages women entrepreneurs to affect change through entering public policy. Dr. Neese is the founder of Terry Neese Personnel Services, an inductee of the National Women’s Hall of Fame; past President of the National Association of Women Business Owners and several other national organizations and Presidential appointments. She is also a successful business woman recognized as an expert on economic issues that affect women and families.

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Promoting sustainable environments for religious freedom worldwide, IGE is a faith-based organization, believing in universal human dignity and committed to the protection of all faiths through the rule of law. IGE pursues this mission with a balanced approach, encouraging governments to protect religious freedom (top-down engagement) and equipping citizens to exercise that freedom responsibly (bottom-up engagement).
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Chris Seiple

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Before coming to the Institute, Seiple was an Earhart Fellow at the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy at Tufts University, where he wrote his dissertation on “U.S.-Uzbekistan Relations,” receiving his Ph.D. in 2007. He now serves as President of IGE.

Institute for Health Freedom


An honest source for information about policies that affect your freedom to choose your health care treatments and providers and to maintain your health privacy—including genetic privacy.

Intercollegiate Studies Institute


The Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI) is educational organization whose purpose is to convey to successive generations of college youth a better understanding of the values and institutions that sustain a free and virtuous society.
Founded in 1953, ISI works “to educate for liberty” — to identify the best and the brightest college students and to nurture in these future leaders the American ideal of ordered liberty. To accomplish this goal, ISI seeks to enhance the rising generation’s knowledge of our nation’s founding principles — limited government, individual liberty, personal responsibility, the rule of law, market economy, and moral norms.

International Deaf Emergency


International Deaf Emergency is a non-profit organization which comes to the aid of deaf people who have undergone the trauma of natural disasters and are in need of humanitarian help. IDE was co-founded by Mike Friess and Emmanuel Jacq in 2010 as they traveled to Haiti immediately after the massive earthquake had struck. They played a vital role in helping a displaced Haitian deaf community of several hundred people relocate to new homes in Leveque Haiti. The organization began as an idea to give voice and access to deaf individuals who may otherwise be overlooked after such events, imposing greater hardship in them due to their handicap.

Their work in Haiti is a template of service that will be followed in other areas of the world as the need arises. IDE collaborated with other entities of similar design to achieve a broad-based result from initial relief which moved hundreds of deaf Haitians to a special humanitarian camp to the eventual relocation to new homes and opportunities now underway. Ability to cooperate with other relief organizations is a critical hallmark that was developed and put to use in Haiti.  IDE’s focus is emergence relief, development and reconstruction, and human rights.
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Emmanuel Jacq

Emmanuel Jacq, IDE co-founder and a champion of charitable causes, is an agent with the Chancery Department for the French Embassy to the United States. He has the equivalent of a master’s degree in biology from the University of Montpellier. In 2005, he entered the French Diplomatic Corps, and transferred to the French Embassy in Washington, D.C., in 2008. Jacq and Friess were successful in bringing humanitarian supplies from the French Embassy in Haiti and Red Cross, leading to the creation of a camp for Deaf Haitians. This gave them inspiration to start IDE as a permanent solution to future relief situations.
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Friess, IDE co-founder, is a philanthropist who traveled with Water Missions International to Haiti a month after its 2010 earthquake. He then helped form a deaf delegation that helped assess Deaf Haitians’ needs and logistics. Based on this experience, he saw a need for continued assistance in disaster zones to enable greater self-reliance around the world. Thus IDE was born.

International Justice Mission

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International Justice Mission is a human rights agency that works to secure justice for victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression. Founded in 1997, IJM has field offices in 14 countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Their professionals work with local authorities to rescue victims and to prosecute the perpetrators thus strengthening law enforcement at the local level. IJM’s core values follow the tradition of heroic Christian leaders William Wilberforce, Mother Theresa and Martin Luther King, Jr.. standing against oppression as called for in Isaiah 1:17, ”Seek justice, reprove the ruthless, defend the orphan, plead for the widow.”
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Gary Haugen

Gary Haugen serves as President and CEO of International Justice Mission. Gary received his B.A. in Social Studies from Harvard University, graduating magna cum laude, and a J.D. from the University of Chicago, graduating cum laude. Until 1997 Gary was a Senior Trial Attorney with the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Justice Department. He has an active record of outstanding service in the cause of Human Rights throughout his professional career including the United Nations Center for Human Rights where Gary was in charge of the U.N.’s investigation of the Rwandan genocide. In 2007 he received Prison fellowship’s William Wilberforce Award as one who made a difference in the fight against injustice.

Islamic Society for Liberty and Modernity

The Islamic Society for Liberty and Modernity (I.S.L.A.M.) provides a fresh, yet theologically valid interpretation of the Holy Quran and other Islamic texts using the traditional concept of Ijtihad (extrapolating meaning from scripture). Authoritative Islamic scholars describe Ijtihad as: “the heart of the religion…whoever destroys it, is like one who destroys the religion [Islam] itself; and whoever enlivens it, enlivens the religion in its entirety.” I.S.L.A.M’s goal is to revive Islam, save it from anachronistic interpretations, and make it suitable to every time and place, according to the words of prophet Mohamed (PBUH).

Dr. Tawfik Hamid

The founder of I.S.L.A.M., Dr. Hamid is a former member of the terrorist network Jemma Islameia, and understudy and accomplice of Ayman Al-Zawaheri. He knows the jihadist ideology first hand. Dr. Hamid’s dream is to provide Muslims all over the world with a new understanding of Islam that brings peace, love and harmony to our civilization. His hope is to establish the values of tolerance in the mind of his fellow Muslims. He defines his greatest success in life as, “teaching young Muslims the meaning of true LOVE.”


Jihad Watch is dedicated to bringing public attention to the role that jihad theology and ideology plays in the modern world, and to correcting popular misconceptions about the role of jihad and religion in modern-day conflicts. We hope to alert people of good will to the true nature of the present global conflict.

Joe Foss Institute

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The Joe Foss Institute is dedicated to promoting and teaching patriotism, public service, integrity and appreciation for America’s freedoms. Founded in 2001 by the late Joe Foss and his wife Didi, the Institute has reached over 800,000 students with its patriotic message. It is their vision to promote an informed patriotism in young Americans by working with them in schools and youth groups. Informed patriotism rests in understanding America’s founding principles and ideals as found in the Constitution and Declaration of Independence. A deeper understanding of our historical and philosophical foundation will promote a respect for America that will be borne out in a life of good citizenship.

Judi's House

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Judi’s House is a grief support center for kids who have suffered the loss of a loved one. It was founded by former Denver Bronco quarterback, Brian Griese. Brian lost his own mom, Judi, at the age of 12. Out of that personal tragedy, Judi’s House now helps heal the pain of kids who have suffered similar loss. Carrying Other’s Burdens is a Biblical concept where God uses the difficult times of our lives to create ministry opportunities to help others. Judi’s House in Denver, Colorado is a classic example of God turning something bad into something good. Several thousand bereaved children have already received successful counseling help through peer-based support groups at Judi’s House.
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Brian Griese

Brian Griese, like his famous dad, Bob, was a quarterback in college and in the National Football League. Brian lost his mom at age 12 just as Bob had lost his dad at age 10. Each participated in an undefeated football season and together they wrote the book, ‘Undefeated’, about these seasons and living through the illness and death of Brian’s mom, Judi. Brian’s personal loss led him to reach out to help others in similar circumstances. Judi’s House keeps these kids from becoming forgotten mourners while learning to cope with death and move forward in life.

Khan Academy


Founded by MIT alumnus Salman Khan in 2006, the Khan Academy seeks to provide a “free world-class education to anyone everywhere.” features nearly 2,500 videos, each one usually about 10 minutes, explaining topics from quadratic equations and the “economics of a cupcake factory” to Newton’s laws of motion and raising money for a start-up. Using graphics and a conversational style rather than airing clips of a lecture droning on from a podium, the videos are captivating, and the website has received more than 67 million visits. The academy also offers means for students to evaluate their progress. It is an excellent way for students to supplement their education, and to get additional help in difficult fields such as calculus.

Kids Hope USA

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One child, one hour is the heart of KIDS HOPE USA. One caring adult mentoring an at-risk child one hour every week. Because when kids feel loved and valued, they are better able to learn, grow, and succeed.

But one church, one school is its brilliance. KIDS HOPE USA is a church-based model because churches are better positioned to recruit volunteer mentors who will be faithful over the long haul. These volunteer mentors are loyal to the KIDS HOPE USA program since their church operates and funds it. And because it’s provided free of cost for schools, it meets the urgent need of educators for an intervention without breaking their budgets.

Knowledge is Power Program


KIPP began in 1994 when two teachers, Mike Feinberg and Dave Levin, launched a fifth grade public school program in inner-city Houston, TX, after completing their commitment to Teach For America.

Since their founding, the original KIPP Academies have sustained track records of high student achievement. While fewer than one in five low-income students typically attend college nationally, KIPP’s college matriculation rate stands at nearly 80 percent for students who complete the eighth grade at KIPP. In addition, KIPP alumni have earned over $12 million in college scholarships.

Let Freedom Ring

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Promoting constitutional government, economic freedom and traditional values, Let Freedom Ring is a non-profit, grassroots organization supporting a conservative agenda.

Colin Hanna

Mr. Hanna launched Let Freedom Ring to support a conservative agenda. He is a former county commissioner in Chester County, PA; founder of PC HELPER, a computer support and maintenance firm and held several positions with CBS, WCAU Radio, CBS Radio Spot Sales and WCAU-TV. He was a commissioned officer in the U.S. Navy and is now working on, an initiative to alert the American public about the dangers of radical Islam.

Liberty For All Foundation

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Encouraging the growth of peaceful, tolerant and free societies – built upon a foundation of civil and economic liberty and the rule of law – in order to reduce religious extremism and discredit the use of terror worldwide. LibForAll’s primary focus is supporting moderate and progressive Muslims in their efforts to promote the culture of liberty and tolerance, while preserving the positive values of local, native traditions throughout the Muslim world.
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Abdul Munir Mulkhan

An active member of the governing board of Muhammadiyah, the world’s second largest Muslim organization with an estimated 30 million members, Dr. Munir previously served as Vice-Secretary of the Yogyakarta branch of the Indonesian Council of Religious Scholars. He is a member of the faculty of Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University and currently serves as a LibForAll Foundation Fellow. Dr. Munir is the author of over 40 books and hundreds of articles published in various Indonesian magazines and newspapers.


C. Holland Taylor

Mr. Taylor and former Indonesian president Kyai Haji Abdurrahman Wahid established LibForAll Foundation to promote a pluralistic and tolerant understanding of Islam, and discredit the use of terrorism worldwide. Mr. Taylor’s work with LibForAll follows a career as a global telecom executive, during which he served as CEO of USA Global Link, and was widely credited as one of the essential catalysts in the deregulation of the global telecommunications industry. An expert on Islam and the processes of Islamization in Southeast Asia, he has lived, studied and worked in the Muslim world, from Iran to Indonesia, over a period of more than four decades.
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Kyai Haji Achmad Mustofa Bisri

Often called “Sang Kyai Pembelajar” – the Great Religious Scholar and Teacher – by members of the Nahdlatul Ulama, Bisri strongly influences the Nahdlatul Ulama’s social and political development. Descended from a long line of charismatic religious leaders, he heads the prestigious Raudlatuth Tholibin Islamic boarding school in Rembang, Central Java. Bisri’s role in combining spirituality with artistic expression is widely admired in Indonesia, where he is regarded as a cultural icon, celebrated for his courage in defending artistic and religious freedom in the face of radical onslaughts. Bisri’s personal philosophy can be seen in the “Mata Air” (“Living Spring”) Community that he heads, whose membership is open to all who share its essential values: “Worship God; respect elders; treat those who are younger with loving kindness; open your heart to all humanity.” He is closely involved with LibForAll’s Grassroots Pluralist Network project.

Lisa Graham Keegan

Lisa Graham Keegan,  founder of the Education Breakthrough Network, devotes her time and energy to individuals and organizations committed to reform and choice in education. Lisa, a Stanford graduate, served two terms as Arizona State Superintendent of Public Instruction and authored much of Arizona’s education reform in the early 1990s. Lisa represented John McCain’s presidential campaign as education advisor in 2008 and her counsel has been sought by others, including Governors Schwarzenegger, Christie, and Bush.

Milton Friedman and his wife, Rose, presented Lisa with the first Friedman Award for Leadership in Educational Choice in 1998.  Newt Gingrich tapped her to write the “Education” chapter for his recent book, To Save America. Lisa, married with five children, writes and contributes for publications like Forbes, Newsweek, and the Wall Street Journal.

Love A Child

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Love A Child is a Christian humanitarian organization founded by Bobby and Sherry Burnette. Working to reduce poverty in Haiti and ministering to the poorest of poor, their outreach includes 14 schools in remote areas where over 5,000 children are educated and fed daily. LAC distributed over seven million meals to Haitians last year in family feeding programs. They also run the Jesus Healing Center Clinic, mobile clinic outreaches, a Christian Radio Station, Tilapia Fish Farm and a Poultry Project. Other projects include “clean water projects,” distribution of new shoes, clothing, garden seeds, etc.

In January of 2010, Haiti’s earthquake “changed their lives forever.” LAC became the “largest field hospital” in Haiti and they learned how to care for 2,000 victims for over a year. It was called Camp Hope. Now the crown jewel is called ‘Miracle Village’. Bobby says the Lord gave him a vision to build it. All he could see were rows and rows of rainbow colored houses on land right next to Camp Hope. It has now come into being as a new village for all the families in their care after the earthquake. Almost 500 families are in brand new permanent homes, complete with furniture. The Village also has clean wells, playgrounds, soccer fields, a Medical Clinic and a Christian School. LAC believes the best is yet to come.
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Bobby and Sherry Burnette

Bobby and Sherry Burnette, Founders and Directors of Love A Child Ministries, started their active ministry preaching on street corners and in gospel tents in Florida. After planting a church in Rockledge FL, Love A Child began as a radio ministry and continues today as a television ministry. Bobby and Sherry made their first trip to Haiti in 1972 to help the people of that well-known island of poverty. Because the poverty and spiritual need was so great the Burnette’s moved to Haiti permanently in 1991. Today they live at the Love A Child Orphanage in Fond Parisien, still sharing the love of God by ministering to the poorest of the poor. Bobby and Sherry say, “living in Haiti has not been a sacrifice, but a joy, to say yes to the Lord.”

Mapping Shari'a

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The Mapping Shari’a in America Project is the first effort to map, index, and rank the threat to the United States from the observance, teaching, and preaching of Shari’a.

Mark Steyn

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Mark Steyn is the author of America Alone: The End Of The World As We Know It, a New York Times bestseller and a Number One bestseller in Canada. His writing on politics, arts and culture can be read each week throughout much of the English-speaking world. The Canadian Islamic Congress has publicly announced that it will appeal a case dismissed by the Canadian Human Rights Commission against Steyn for alleged ‘human rights violations’ of Muslims.

Matthew Taylor


Matthew Taylor serves as an advisor to Foster Friess and the Friess Family Foundation. As one of his top priorities, Taylor aims to promote private sector solutions to encourage more Americans to get involved internationally, “from public diplomacy to private charity, the world needs to be reminded now, more than ever, of what America and Americans are all about.”

Matthew has been at the helm of the Helping Peaceful Muslims movement as he works on various educational outreach initiatives both stateside and abroad.

Originally from the Garden State, he makes his home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Media Research Center


The mission of the Media Research Center is to bring balance to the news media. Leaders of America’s conservative movement have long believed that within the national news media a strident liberal bias existed that influenced the public’s understanding of critical issues. On October 1, 1987, a group of young determined conservatives set out to not only prove — through sound scientific research — that liberal bias in the media does exist and undermines traditional American values, but also to neutralize its impact on the American political scene.

Mentor Kids USA

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In 1997, Orville Krieger founded Phoenix MatchPoint (now Mentor Kids USA), in partnership with Prison Fellowship, to address the needs of at-risk youth in the Phoenix, Arizona metropolitan area by matching caring Christian adults with youth ages 8-17 who showed warning signs of becoming criminal offenders. Youth targeted for mentoring included those who had either trouble with the law, significant school problems, dysfunctional family backgrounds, or drug or alcohol abuse.

Throughout the history of the organization, local churches have played a major role by providing program support and mentors. Mentors commit time each week to be a friend and role model for an at-risk youth. The mentors offer concrete expressions of unconditional love and support to the mentee; and the two participate in activities designed to build friendship, trust, and constructive values.

Middle East Forum


The Middle East Forum defines and promotes American interests in the Middle East including: fighting radical Islam, whether terroristic or lawful; working for Palestinian acceptance of Israel; improving the management of U.S. democracy efforts; reducing energy dependence on the Middle East; more robustly asserting U.S. interests vis-à-vis Saudi Arabia; and countering the Iranian threat. The Forum also works to improve Middle East studies in North America.
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Daniel Pipes

Dr. Pipes calls himself a “soldier” in the war against radical Islam, keeping with his belief that the “war’s center of gravity has shifted from force of arms to the hearts and minds of citizens.” The personal website of Daniel Pipes receives more than 300,000 visitors per month and contains an archive of his writings since 1990. Many of the articles are translated into 25 languages.

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The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) explores the Middle East through the region’s media. MEMRI bridges the language gap which exists between the West and the Middle East, providing timely translations of Arabic, Persian, and Turkish media, as well as original analysis of political, ideological, intellectual, social, cultural, and religious trends in the Middle East.

Milton & Rose Friedman Foundation

The Milton and Rose D. Friedman Foundation, a non-profit organization established in 1996, was founded upon the ideals and theories of Nobel Laureate economist Milton Friedman and economist Rose D. Friedman.

The best way to improve the quality of elementary and secondary education is to give all parents the freedom to choose the schools that work best for their children. Milton Friedman first articulated and applied this idea of liberty and free markets to our education system in 1955. As he has pointed out numerous times, this was not merely a reaction to a perceived deficiency in schooling, but rather an interest in a free society.

Mission of Hope Haiti

Mission of Hope Haiti is a Christian non-profit that has served the people of Haiti since 1972 when Founders Sharon and Bob Johnson’s first visit. They bought a piece of land north of Port au Prince to build a mission complex. MOH now has several sites from which they serve the physical, spiritual and economic needs of the people through education, job training, medical clinics, orphan care and home construction. The government of Haiti and the Interim Haiti Relocation Commission granted one hundred acres of land at Leveque to build a community of five hundred homes to relocate people from the earthquake epicenter of Port au Prince. The Haiti Renewal Fund is helping to relocate 168 deaf Haitians to this new community.

Muslim Canadian Congress

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The leading voice of moderate Muslims in Canada, the Muslim Canadian Congress has been involved in some important battles, including the fight against using sharia law in family courts in Ontario.

Nasr Hamid Abu-Zayd

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Combining Qur’anic hermeneutics (examining the Qur’an from a linguistic and contextual perspective to understand its nature, contents and origin) with the study of modern Islamic thought, Abu-Zayd is developing a theory enabling Muslims to bridge their traditions to the modern world of freedom, equality, human rights, democracy and globalization. He earned a Ph.D. with highest honors in the field of Arabic and Islamic Studies from Cairo University and is widely regarded as a reformist hero for his courage in opposing Islamists. The object of death threats by al-Qaeda and others, he relocated to Europe in 1995, and is now the Ibn Rushd Chair of Humanism and Islam at the University of Humanistics in Utrecht.

National Affairs

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The successor-journal to Irving Kristol’s Public Interest, National Affairs “is a quarterly journal of essays about domestic policy, political economy, society, culture, and political thought. It aims to help Americans think a little more clearly about our public life, and rise a little more ably to the challenge of self-government.”

National Center for Policy Analysis


The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy research organization, established in 1983. The NCPA’s goal is to develop and promote private alternatives to government regulation and control, solving problems by relying on the strength of the competitive, entrepreneurial private sector. Topics include reforms in health care, taxes, Social Security, welfare, criminal justice, education and environmental regulation.

National Center for Policy Analysis – Consumer Driven Health Care

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The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy research organization, established in 1983. The NCPA’s goal is to develop and promote private alternatives to government regulation and control, solving problems by relying on the strength of the competitive, entrepreneurial private sector. Topics include reforms in health care, taxes, Social Security, welfare, criminal justice, education and environmental regulation.

John Goodman

John Goodman, founder and president of National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) played pivotal role in defeat of Clinton administration’s plan to overhaul the U.S. health care system. NCPA’s goal is to develop and promote private sector alternatives to government regulation.

National Center for Policy Analysis – Environment

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The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy research organization, established in 1983. The NCPA’s goal is to develop and promote private alternatives to government regulation and control, solving problems by relying on the strength of the competitive, entrepreneurial private sector. Topics include reforms in health care, taxes, Social Security, welfare, criminal justice, education and environmental regulation.

National Center for Policy Analysis – Taxes and Growth

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The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy research organization, established in 1983. The NCPA’s goal is to develop and promote private alternatives to government regulation and control, solving problems by relying on the strength of the competitive, entrepreneurial private sector. Topics include reforms in health care, taxes, Social Security, welfare, criminal justice, education and environmental regulation.

National Immigration Forum

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A list of resources related to comprehensive reform of our immigration admissions system, including the legalization of undocumented immigrant workers and family members.

National Review Online

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Founded by William F. Buckley Jr., National Review contains a wealth of conservative commentary.


NewsBusters is a project of the Media Research Center (MRC), one of the leaders in documenting, exposing and neutralizing liberal media bias. In collaboration with the creators of, the MRC launched the NewsBusters blog to provide immediate exposure of liberal media bias, insightful analysis, constructive criticism and timely corrections to news media reporting.

Taking advantage of the MRC’s thorough and ongoing tracking of liberal media bias, including a wealth of documentation and an archive of newscast video dating back 18 years, NewsBusters aims play a leading role in blog media criticism by becoming the clearinghouse for all evidence of liberal media bias by joining to this formidable information store the contributions of already-established netizens as well as those who want to join in the web revolution.

One Campaign

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ONE is Americans of all beliefs and every walk of life – united as ONE – to help make poverty history. ONE is a campaign of over 2.4 million people and growing from all 50 states and over 100 of America’s most well-known and respected non-profit, advocacy and humanitarian organizations. ONE is raising public awareness about the issues of global poverty, hunger, disease and efforts to fight such problems in the world’s poorest countries. ONE is asking our leaders to do more to fight the emergency of global AIDS and extreme poverty. ONE believes that allocating more of the U.S. budget toward providing basic needs like health, education, clean water and food would transform the futures and hopes of an entire generation in the world’s poorest countries.

Operation Noah - North American Mission Board

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Operation Noah Rebuild is a three-year partnership project (through August 2009) between New Orleans churches and associations, the Louisiana Baptist Convention, and the North American Mission Board to help New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Volunteers are needed to rebuild homes; start, restart, or strengthen churches; and reach people with the good news of Jesus Christ.

Opportunity International


Nearly half the world’s population, over 2.6 billion people, live on less than $2 per day. Is there a way to help them overcome subsistence living and rise above poverty? The answer is yes. One method that has been in use for over 40 years is called microfinance, granting small loans to individuals who have the entrepreneurial desire to lift themselves economically by starting or expanding a small business.   Microfinance offers a sustainable approach to overcoming poverty. Loans are specially tailored to the individual and business.

Opportunity International is the world’s largest Christian-based microfinance non-profits offering small loans, savings, micro-insurance and training to the working poor in nearly 25 countries in the developing world. Many loans are only $100-200 and are changing lives, helping break the cycle of global poverty, and giving hope to entrepreneurs around the world. Opportunity has about 1.5 million active loans of which 90% are women, has a loan portfolio of about $360 million and a repayment rate of 96%.  Motivated by Jesus Christ’s call to love and serve the poor, Opportunity serves all people regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or gender. As clients repay loans, Opportunity is able to recycle loans and lend to new customers, continuing leveraging each dollar to fight poverty. Microinsurance products help mitigate risk, giving people an opportunity to invest in themselves and their families with confidence.
Al Whittaker and David Bussau.

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Opportunity International was founded in 1971 by two visionary leaders who were inspired to take action by their experiences with people living in extreme poverty. Al Whittaker, former president of Bristol Myers International Corporation in America, and Australian entrepreneur David Bussau sought a solution that would transform people’s lives without creating dependency.

Pacific Research Institute


The mission of the Pacific Research Institute (PRI) is to champion freedom, opportunity, and personal responsibility for all individuals by advancing free-market policy solutions.

Since its founding in 1979, PRI has remained steadfast to the vision of a free and civil society where individuals can achieve their full potential.

Put simply, public policy is too important to be left just to the experts. Individuals are the real decision makers when it comes to their schools, health care, and environment.

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The Environment blog of the Pacific Research Institute (PRI)  champions freedom, opportunity, and personal responsibility for all individuals by advancing free-market policy solutions.

Partnership for Prescription Assistance

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Uninsured low income Americans can access free or nearly free prescription medication via The Partnership for Prescription Assistance matches those who qualify with existing patient assistance programs for no fees.

Patients United Now

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Patients United Now mobilizes Americans to fight government takeover of our health care sector. Their website features educational resources on how to get involved and make sure your voice is heard in Washington.

Patriot Group

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The Patriot Group is a unique public affairs firm operating nationally and internationally helping their clients achieve principled objectives. Applying the best talent to the toughest challenges in business, politics, litigation and government, The Patriot Group wins on the merits. “Winning on the merits” is the core client strategy and company mission of The Patriot Group.

Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani


Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani has been involved in the political affairs of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq for over 25 years. He is the grandson of Mustafa Barzani, the legendary Kurdish leader and founder of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP). Under his leadership, the KRG has become a secular, pluralistic, democratic government. His vision of a free and prosperous Kurdistan, at peace with itself and its neighbors, is becoming a reality for the nearly 6 million Kurds in Iraq. The KRG has undertaken large-scale development and public services programs that will better the lives of the people of the Region, while at the same time liberalizing both the political and economic systems of Kurdistan.

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Prison Fellowship

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Prison Fellowship’s goal is for prisoners to become born again and grow as fruitful disciples of Jesus Christ. They work directly with prison chaplains to facilitate programming to assist in their ministry as pastors of the Church on the inside. PF recruits and trains volunteers that lead regular Bible Studies, Seminars and Special Events. Volunteers are formed into Ministry Delivery Teams that work closely with the chaplain and local churches to help the prisoner move through a continuum of discipleship that begins on the inside and continues to a successful transition back into society as a faithful servant of Christ.

Program to Protect America's Freedom

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EPPC’s Program to Protect America’s Freedom, directed by Senior Fellow (and former U.S. Senator) Rick Santorum, works to identify, study, and heighten awareness of the threats to America and the West from a growing array of anti-Western forces and states that increasingly cast a shadow over our future and that violate religious liberty around the world.

The program focuses specifically on communicating threats posed by states which are fueled by Islamic Fascism or an anti-American sentiment. Through our efforts to influence the way members of the media disseminate information about the dangers the West faces, we hope to educate the public about the urgent situation in the world today.

Rick Santorum

Rick Santorum, a Senior Fellow of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, established and directs EPPC’s Program to Protect America’s Freedom. He is writing a book on the “gathering storm” of the 21st century — the challenges posed by radical Islamic fascism and its growing alliances around the world.

Mr. Santorum served as United States Senator from Pennsylvania from 1995 to 2007 and as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1991 to 1995. As a United States Senator, he was a champion of efforts to counter the threat of radical Islam, to protect victims of religious persecution, and to promote democracy and religious liberty around the world.

Real Clear Politics

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Every day, RealClear is a trustworthy place to find links to all of the must-read opinion pieces from both the left and right.


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RedState is one of the most popular blogs for those who believe in traditional Founding Father values.

Sam Adams Foundation

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The Sam Adams Foundation strives to educate and inform citizens about the important political issues necessary to maintaining a free society, including government accountability, government transparency, property rights protection, fiscal responsibility, free speech, and citizen initiative and referendum rights. In doing so, it aims to broaden the public debate on the proper role of state and local government in society, and to inspire greater involvement of intelligent, concerned citizens. SAF is also an educational network that discovers, develops, and supports citizens. It spreads the word about important issues, shares best practices for community leaders, and offers networking and educational events for local leaders across the country. This educational network is facilitated through our website, e-mail newsletters, printed materials, direct mail, radio broadcast program Common Sense, and networking events.

Shaykh Hisham Kabbani

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Born into an eminent religious family in Lebanon, Shaykh Kabbani is a world-renowned Muslim scholar, author, and lecturer. Educated in Shari’ah and Islamic spirituality under renowned guides like Shaykh Abdullah al-Fa’iz ad-Daghestani and Shaykh Nazim Adil al-Haqqani. Shaykh Kabbani also studied medicine in Belgium. He is Chairman of the Islamic Supreme Council of America, spearheading a number of peace initiatives, hosting conferences, engaging in inter-religious dialogue, and promoting traditional, moderate Islamic views. Shaykh Hisham has addressed numerous world bodies such as the U.N. and continues to advise the U.S. Department of State on issues regarding Islam and religious tolerance.

Shaykh Musa

Shaykh Musa is the first Imam to be officially appointed to Higher Education at the London Metropolitan University. He is focus is on enriching students and academics alike with his insight and understanding of diverse issues affecting minority religio-ethnic communities in the UK.

He has over 15 years of experience as a grassroots Imam and continues to impart great commitment to community service and development. Shaykh Musa’s approach has always been to engage with people of all thoughts, colours and backgrounds. He has a track record of being a vocal critic of compromising world-views unsupported by the scripture and detached from the spirit of Islam.

The Shaykh formally established the Luqman Institute of Education and development in 2003. The Institute’s primarily role is to address the challenges facing Muslim communities in the West and promote greater civic participation and social harmony. The Institute works tirelessly in engaging Muslim communities, wider society and the institutions on the issues that affect us all as citizens.

The Shaykh lectures extensively on Islam’s role in the West, loyalty to one’s country, citizenship, distortion of Jihad as acts of terror and many other contemporary issues.

Smart Girl Politics

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With the mission of “engaging, educating, and empowering,” Smart Girl Politics is “one of the fastest growing premier social networks for conservative women in the country.” They work to help conservative women get involved in politics and all levels and providing training and resources to help them run for office.



The name “Snopes” comes from Snopes the name of a family of characters who appear throughout the works of American writer William Faulkner. serves as a popular tool to debunk “urban legends” and the all-too-common internet and email hoaxes that circulate our inboxes.

Step Up For Students

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The mission of Step Up For Students is to improve Florida’s K-12 educational system by creating and sustaining affordable educational options for low-income families and their children. By empowering parents to choose the education that best meets their child’s learning needs, parents become consumers of their child’s education. As parents begin to shop for the best academic educational setting for their child, the level of education for all students will rise as schools—public and private—become more productive in an effort to keep and enroll new children.

Steve Friess

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Steve works closely with his father (Foster) and their family foundation as he oversees most philanthropic endeavors. Steve volunteers as the president of the Jackson Hole Institute, which organizes events to raise awareness of the K-12 public education crisis and to highlight the power of choice as an instrument for improvement. Steve also supports efforts to improve the environment for charter schools in Wyoming. Steve serves on the board of the Alliance for School Choice, and with his wife Polly serves on the board of The Gathering. They live in Jackson Hole, Wyoming with their three children, Cotter, Ginger and Thatcher.

Teach for America

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Teach For America provides a critical source of well-trained teachers who are helping break the cycle of educational inequity. These teachers, called corps members, commit to teach for two years in one of 39 urban and rural regions across the country, going above and beyond traditional expectations to help their students to achieve at high levels.

Terrorism Awareness Project

The David Horowitz Freedom Center launched the project in 2007 to highlight news, documentaries and other important information about radical Islamism. The Project includes the annual Islamo-fascism awareness week and Terrorism Awareness Campus Chapters across America.

David Horowitz

Founder of the David Horowitz Freedom Center and editor of the conservative website FrontPage Magazine, Horowitz’s writings can also be read on prominent news sites and publications, including the conservative magazine NewsMax. He founded the activist group Students for Academic Freedom and is affiliated with Campus Watch. He occasionally appears on Fox News Channel.

Teton Free Clinic

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The Teton Free Clinic opened early 2004 with a single large donation of start up funds, and one request: that patients be invited into the Circle of Caring and Giving. A year later, having served more than 400 patients, the Teton Free Clinic has filled a much needed role in proving medical care to the residents and workers of Teton County, Wyoming. Teton Free Clinic invites you to also join this Circle of Caring and Giving.

The Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change

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The Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change was created to disseminate factual reports and sound commentary on new developments in the world-wide scientific quest to determine the climatic and biological consequences of the ongoing rise in the air’s CO2 content.

The Investigative Project on Terrorism


Compiling the world’s most comprehensive data center on radical Islamic terrorist groups, the IPT has investigated the operations, funding, activities and front groups of Islamic terrorist and extremist groups in the United States and around the world. It has become a principal source of critical evidence to a wide variety of government offices and law enforcement agencies, as well as the U.S. Congress and numerous public policy forums.

Steve Emerson

An internationally recognized expert on terrorism and national security and a best-selling author, Emerson founded The Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT) in 1995 following the PBS broadcast of his documentary film Jihad in America. Since September 11th, Emerson has briefed Congress dozens of times on terrorist financing and operational networks of Al Qaeda, Hamas, Hezbollah, Islamic Jihad, and the rest of the worldwide Islamic militant spectrum.

The Public Discourse

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An online publication of the Witherspoon Institute in Princeton, N.J., Public Discourse “seeks to enhance the public understanding of the moral foundations of free societies by making the scholarship of the fellows and affiliated scholars of the Institute available and accessible to a general audience.”

The Set America Free Coalition

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The Set America Free Coalition promotes energy security and ways to reduce depending on foreign oil.

The University Bookman

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An online journal produced by the Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal, the Bookman primarily focuses on books promoting a restoration of the key values of the Judeo-Christian culture and Western civilization.

To The Point News

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One downside of living in the Information Age is drowning in oceans of information. People don’t want an ocean. They want a glass of water. That’s To The Point™ – distilled information – critical to your life … your investments … and your understanding of the world. Members of To The Point™ are patriotic Americans who not only love their country but who also have a deep insight on what makes it – and its enemies – tick.
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Dr. Jack Wheeler

The Wall Street Journal called him “the originator of the Reagan Doctrine”. The Washington Post called him “The Indiana Jones of the Right”. Dr. Wheeler has authored several books; completed the first free fall sky-dive ever attempted at the North Pole; was the youngest Eagle Scout in history; climbed the Matterhorn at 14; swam the Hellespont and lived with Amazon headhunters at 16. He even defeated Vladimir Putin — and his KGB bodyguard — in arm wrestling! He continues to lead expeditions while authoring To the Point News.

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Review the US Department of the Treasury website about the government’s creation of the Health Care Savings Account


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Our mission is to fight global poverty by increasing access to microfinance. Unitus envisions a world where microfinance is available to every individual. We work toward this vision by accelerating the growth of the world’s highest-potential emerging microfinance institutions. We provide capital investments and capacity-building consulting, thus empowering these organizations to scale and provide life-changing financial services to dramatically more of the world’s working poor.

Volunteers of America

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Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential.
Through thousands of human service programs, including housing and healthcare, Volunteers of America helps more than 2 million people in over 400 communities in 44 states. Since 1896, our ministry of service has supported and empowered America’s most vulnerable groups, including at-risk youth, the frail elderly, men and women returning from prison, homeless individuals and families, people with disabilities, and those recovering from addictions. Our work touches the mind, body, heart — and ultimately the spirit — of those we serve, integrating our deep compassion with highly effective programs and services.

Wall Street Journal Editorial Page

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It’s worth perusing the Journal’s editorials daily, and you often will come across op-eds from important political and business people here. James Taranto’s daily Best of the Web Today is worth keeping an eye on, as are Journal columnists Bill McGurn, Brett Stephens, and Mary Anastasia O’Grady.

Water Missions International


Water Missions International (WMI) is a nonprofit, Christian engineering organization serving the water and sanitation needs of people in developing countries and disaster areas. WMI uses low-maintenance, appropriate water technologies for drinking water treatment and distribution, wastewater management, and storm water control. WMI’s mission is to provide sustainable access to safe water and an opportunity to hear the “Living Water” message in developing countries and disaster areas. WMI’s vision is that no person should perish for want of safe drinking water or an opportunity to hear the “Living Water” message.
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Dr. Greene is responsible for providing spiritual, technical, and strategic guidance for Water Missions International. he oversees the design and implementation of WMI’s safe water solutions. He works closely with his wife and co-founder, Molly, to develop relationships with strategic partners who share the WMI vision.
George Greene, IV

George Greene, IV

The son of George III and Molly, George IV quarterbacks  engineering design and development, focusing on potable water, wastewater, and storm water, as well as in-country assessment work and project implementation.

He oversees Water Missions projects in Afghanistan, Belize, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

White House Immigration Page


“I view this as an historic opportunity for Congress to act, for Congress to replace a system that is not working with one that we believe will work a lot better. In other words, this is a moment for people who have been elected to come together, focus on a problem, and show the American people that we can work together to fix the problem.”
– President George W. Bush
June 26, 2007

World Health Education


Providing information for the world’s communities is the main goal for World Health Education. Besides contributing updates on the latest in technology and procedures in the medical field, we also want to keep you informed on organizations here and abroad that are conducting activities to bring the best health care and relief to those who need it most.

Young Life

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Young Life seeks to carry the message of Jesus Christ into that tumultuous tide and points teenagers toward life as they were created to live it. Since 1941, the dynamic that has characterized Young Life is its commitment to relationships — Young Life leaders meeting kids on their turf in the interest of friendship. As leaders get to know teenagers, they are able to share the love of Jesus Christ through platforms like Young Life club, Campaigners and trips to camp.

Zeyno Baran


Born in Istanbul, Baran was educated at Stanford and currently is Director of the Center for Eurasian Policy at the Hudson Institute. A devout Muslim, Ms. Baran has published many articles and spoken frequently on the need to distinguish between Islam (the religion) and Islamism (the political ideology). Developing strategies to thwart the spread of anti-American ideology in Europe, Asia and the U.S., Ms. Baran promotes the fusion of tolerant faith and critical thinking with secular democratic rule in the Muslim world. She is a strong supporter of close ties between Turkey and Israel, the only two democracies in the Middle East.


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