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Friday
Dec312010

An Open Letter to Friends of Liberty

AAmericanFlagFreeStockvaultWhite.jpgDear Friends of Liberty,

Today is the VERY LAST DAY.

Our success in reversing the damage done by the left over the past two years may depend on what you do today.

Today is the last day -- the absolute deadline -- for YEAR-END GIFTS to the National Center for Public Policy Research and your gift is critical.

YEAR-END GIFTS account for up to 1/3 our budget and will help determine...

...how much we can spend on our Free Enterprise Project that punishes corporate fifth columnists so effectively it has such liberals as Robert Reich worried (see http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304173704575578200086257706.html);

...how much we can spend on our African-American leadership network Project 21 that is so effective in bringing minorities into the conservative movement that the Nation has called it a "crucial gear in the right's propaganda factory";

...how much we can spend on our Health Care Reform Task force that publishes such convincing materials against government-run health care that even the left-wing Mother Jones magazine admits our work is "a gripping read";

...how much we can spend on our acclaimed Louder with Crowder humorous video series (see HotAir.com's review of the latest installment at http://hotair.com/archives/2010/12/17/video-crowder-visits-cancun).

Up to one-third of our essential programs ride on YEAR-END GIFTS.

Please make your tax-deductible YEAR-END GIFT to the National Center for Public Policy Research by visiting http://www.nationalcenter.org/ContributionInformation.html today!

Thank you for your support.

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David Ridenour, Vice President

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