Just not right (enough)

Keene, David
October 2007
Hill;10/2/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 114, p33
The author reflects on the issues concerning the political parties in the U.S. including Grand Old Party (GOP) . He mentions about the impression of the media on the Council for National Policy (CNP). He also states about the different religious conservative politicians in the country including James Dobson, Fred Thompson and John Ashbrook.


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