National right-wing groups have 
ties to Colorado-based think tank

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A report released by the Center of Media and Democracy last month “documents the more than $83 million that right-wing billionaires and corporations are spending each year.” VThe political terms Right and Left were coined during the French Revolution (1789–99), and referred to where politicians sat in the French parliament; those who sat to the right of the chair of the parliamentary president were broadly supportive of the institutions of the monarchist Ancien Régime. I am not sure of Grants intent. I am sure that it is just more evidence that our once great AMERICA does not WORK TOGETHER. ala WWll. Power is the Holy Grail according to many. Our government does any and all things to stay in power as opposed to compromise. My submission is that ALL organizations have an agenda in mind. Names and titles mean nothing. Check out the local “Chamber of Commerce” who held a meeting in Moab rather than support GJ. What exactly is Grants point? The COC members and supporters obviously felt comfortable going there. However I am in total support of Grants ending with “If that is not the future we want, it is time to pull the plug on ALEC and the State Policy Network and take back our state and national governments.” Indeed WE THE PEOPLE are in need of that.

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