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The Ethics and Public Policy Center (EPPC) is one of several policy institutes established by neoconservatives to promote the increased role of religion in public policy. Other closely interlinked institutes include the Institute on Religion and Democracy (IRD), Empower America, and Institute on Religion and Public Life. Also closely connected to these institutes are the religious programs at Freedom House and the American Enterprise Institute, whose program officers sit on the boards of these neoconservative institutes and whose programs often coincide.
Established in 1976, EPPC aims “to clarify and reinforce the bond between the Judeo-Christian moral tradition and the public debate over domestic and foreign policy issues.”
Elliott Abrams now (2000) the president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center
Elliott Abrams was assistant secretary of state for Inter-American affairs during the Reagan Administration. As such, he was responsible for the repressive and illegal policies pursued in El Salvador and Nicaragua during the 1980s, and played a key role in the US relationship to Manuel Noriega, and then lied about the whole deal to the US Congress.
In 1991, Abrams was indicted by the Iran-Contra special prosecutor for giving false testimony before Congress in 1987 about his role in illicitly raising money for the Nicaraguan Contras. He pleaded guilty to two lesser offenses of withholding information to Congress in order to avoid a trial and a possible jail term.
A book he wrote was underwritten by the Bradley foundation via the Hudson Institute.
Abrams is on the advisory board of the Media Research Center, an organization that opposes any traces of liberalism on TV or in films. Chairman L. Brent Bozell III publishes the newsletter TV, ETC., with an advisory board that includes Abrams, Mona Charen, Pete DuPont, and Rush Limbaugh.
"Dude! After I finished off the bowl I drove to work at like 120mph!"
"Dude! Wow, how long did it take you to get there?"
"Dude! I don't know, I think it was like an hour 'cause I was only an hour late."
"Dude! How far of a drive is it."
"Dude! Like almost ten miles. And the crazy thing is people were passing me like I was standing still. They must have been going like 200!"
Weed's been legalized? Since when?
The thing is, whether you think weed should be illegal or not doesn't change the fact that it is.
Actually, yes. I assume that means you have a problem with dealers of illegal drugs serving time?
Keep in mind, this guy is only 19... he's still young and idealistic. That'll wear off.
I should have told him my little brother, was CHAZZ, one of the most famous hackers for CS.
While you're at it, lock up cars, knives, ropes, bathtubs full of water, rat poison, arsenic, nurses with large doses of drugs, and people with strong muscles, because they all have been used to kill people, too.
Y'all are getting bent out of shape way too easily. I bet you all didn't go off like this when GTA was released. I think it sounds somewhat interesting... at least different from all the other games being released lately. I want to see how it plays before I make my judgment.