National Center for Public Policy Research

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The National Center for Public Policy Research describes itself as "a communications and research foundation supportive of a strong national defense and dedicated to providing free market solutions to today's public policy problems."[1]

The organization's progress report gives this description of their organization:

The Nation magazine called us a “crucial gear in the right’s propaganda factory.” Rush Limbaugh called us “brave and courageous.” The liberal online magazine Salon said we make the libertarian Cato Institute “look like a hotbed of raving Trotskyist revolutionaries.” The late Paul Weyrich, founding father of the modern conservative movement, described us as having “intellectual honesty and courage unmatched in our movement.”[1]

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