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Thomas F. Ellis - CNP President 1982-83, Executive Committee 1984-85; 1988, member 1996, 1998. Succeeded Tim LaHaye in 1982 as president of the CNP. Ellis was chairman of the National Congressional Club; principal stock-holder and a board member of the tax-exempt, non-profit Educational Support Foundation that in turn owns Jefferson Marketing. He appointed the officers and directors of Jefferson Marketing; was a "founder" of Fairness in Media, and chairman of the Coalition for Freedom, a tax-exempt foundation whose goal is to finance conservative-oriented television programs. Jefferson Marketing has absorbed most of the staff from the National Congressional Club and it has taken over such key activities as direct mail, staffed phone banks, automated telemarketing and the production and placement of commercials. 4.

Former Director of Pioneer Fund.

The Pioneer Fund served as a small part of "a multimillion dollar political empire of corporations, foundations, political action committees and ad hoc groups" active in 1980s (Washington Post, March 31, 1985, p. 1; A16) developed by Tom Ellis, Harry Weyher, Marion Parrott, Carter Wrenn and Jesse Helms. The Fund has served as a nexus between academic theory and practical political ideology. It's leadership, especially, Harry Weyher, Thomas F. Ellis and Marion A. Parrott are part of an interlocking set of directorates and associates linking the Pioneer Fund to Jesse Helms' high-tech political machine. Ellis, for example, simultaneously served as Chairman of the National Congressional Club and the Coalition for Freedom, co-founder of Fairness in Media, a board member of the Educational Support Foundation and Director of the Pioneer Fund. Harry Weyher, president of the Pioneer Fund served as lead counsel for Fairness in Media. 5

Recipients of Pioneer grants have included most of the leading Anglo-American academic race-scientists of the last several decades have been funded by the Pioneer, including William Shockley, Hans J. Eysenck, Arthur Jensen, Roger Pearson, Richard Lynn, J. Philippe Rushton, R. Travis Osborne, Linda Gottfredson, Robert A. Gordon, Daniel R. Vining, Jr., Michael Levin, and Seymour Itzkoff - all cited in The Bell Curve. (1)" 6

Founder of the Pioneer Fund, "Colonel Draper, as he was often called by his friends and admirers was a man searching for a way to restore an older order. Draper believed geneticists could scientifically prove the inferiority of Negros.... Under his direction, the Pioneer Fund's original charter outlined a commitment to "improve the character of the American people" by encouraging the procreation of descendants of the original white colonial stock." Draper turned more and more to academic irredentists still dedicated to white supremacy and eugenics. Most prominent among these early recruits was Henry Garrett, Chair of Psychology at Columbia University from 1941-1955. A Virginia born segregationist, Garrett was a key witness in defending segregation...Garrett helped to distribute grants for Draper and was one of the founders of the International Association for the Advancement of Eugenics and Ethnology (IAAEE) in 1959. The IAAEE brought together academic defenders of segregation in the U.S. and apartheid in South Africa. The Pioneer Fund supported the IAAEE and other institutions working to legitimising race science, including the IAAEE's journal, Mankind Quarterly..." 7

The Pioneer Fund has changed little since its inception. An article in the New York Times on December 11, 1977 characterized it as having "supported highly controversial research by a dozen scientists who believe that blacks are genetically less intelligent than whites." In the 1960s Nobel Laureate William Shockley (1910-1989), a physicist at Stanford University best known for his "voluntary sterilization bonus plan" received an estimated $188,710 from the Pioneer Fund between 1971 and 1978. Arthur Jensen, an educational psychologist, garnered more than a million dollars in Pioneer grants over the past three decades. Three years after being recruited by Shockely, Jensen published his now famous attack on Head Start in the prestigious Harvard Education Review. Jensen claimed the problem with black children was that they had an average IQ of only 85 and that no amount of social engineering would improve their performance. Jensen urged "eugenic foresight" as the only solution. (7)" 8

Roger Pearson, whose Institute for the Study of Man has been one of the top Pioneer beneficiaries over the past twenty years ($870,000 from 1981-1996) is the clearest example of the extremist ideology of the Fund's leadership...Taking account of all groups linked to Pearson, Pioneer support between 1975-1996 exceeds one million dollars - nearly ten percent of the total Pioneer grants for that period. 9

"For an overview on 'race and intelligence,' Murray and Herrnstein recommend two books by three Pioneer Fund recipients: Audrey Shuey, Frank C. J. McGurk, and R. Travis Osborne. McGurk is the main authority they cite to 'prove' that IQ tests are not racially biased. He was one of the 'scientific' mainstays of the segregationist movement in the southern US. In 1959 McGurk and Shuey became leading members of the International Association for the Advancement of Ethnology and Eugenics, first publisher of Mankind Quarterly 10 Other members included Senator Jesse Helms and the oil billionaire Hunt brothers. Arch-racists in the South introduced Shuey's book in court during the 1960s to argue for continuing school segregation and denying the vote to black people. University of Georgia professor Osborne also testified in court against school integration. Osborne was still, in 1992, trying to prove the long-discarded theory that brain size is somehow related to intelligence." 11

Much of The Bell Curve's racist drivel comes from Mankind Quarterly, whose principle is that the "Negroid" race is inferior to all others, and from professors funded by the pro-Nazi Pioneer Fund (PF). Behind this fascist gang stand important members of the US ruling class.

Seventeen authors cited in The Bell Curve are Mankind Quarterly (MQ) contributors. Ten are former or present editors or members of its editorial advisory board. MQ's avowed purpose is to counter "Communist" and "egalitarian" influences in anthropology. From its start in 1960, its founders and funders believed that white people were genetically superior. Robert Gayre was the founder of MQ and its editor-in-chief until 1978. As a champion of South African apartheid and a member of the ultra-right Candour League of white-ruled Rhodesia, he testified in court in 1968 that black people as a group are "worthless." Other MQ contributors have included Henry Garrett of Columbia University, who wrote pamphlets for the pro-segregation White Citizens Councils; Corrado Gini, the leader of fascist Italy's eugenics movement; and Ottmar von Verschner, a leading Nazi race-scientist and academic mentor of the concentration camp butcher Joseph Mengele.

The key figure in the PF network is Roger Pearson, who is close to Jesse Helms. Sam Crutchfield, a lawyer for Helms, has been the lawyer for Pearson's Institute for the Study of Man. The PF has given Pearson over $787,400, mostly for editing Mankind Quarterly and The Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies. The last publishes articles by PF recipients, notably Arthur Jensen, Michael Levin, and Richard Lynn. Thomas Ellis, a PF director, is a long-time friend and campaign manager for Helms. 12

In 1958, Pearson, living in London, led the Northern League. This white-power organization included former Nazi SS officials. Willis Carto, founder of the anti-black and anti-semitic Liberty Lobby, arranged a 1959 U.S. speaking tour for him. Pearson soon moved to the U.S. to edit the neo-Nazi publication Western Destiny. In Eugenics and Race he asserted: "If a nation with a more advanced, more specialized, or in any way superior set of genes mingles with, instead of exterminating, an inferior tribe, then it commits racial suicide. "

This track record won Pearson influence in Washington, DC. In 1975 he became editor of the journal of the American Security Council...Pearson also headed the U.S. chapter of the World Anti-Communist League (WACL). In 1977 he became the international chair of this nest of fascist vipers. He organized its 1978 convention, which featured two U.S. Senators as keynote speakers. Then he was exposed as having recruited open neo-Nazis to WACL, and was forced to resign. Four years later,[1982] President Reagan personally thanked Pearson for his "substantial contributions to promoting and upholding those ideals and principles that we value at home and abroad." 13

"Pearson eventually replaced Gayre as editor of The Mankind Quarterly. Pearson, more than most, saw the potential in manipulating genetics for political goals when, in 1959, he wrote Eugenics and Race. He argued that the white race is endangered by inferior genetic stock, but with proper use of modern biological technology "a new super-generation" descended from "only the fittest" of the previous generation can be produced. Whoever adopted such a scientific breeding program "would dominate the rest of the world". Moving to the United States Pearson quickly became involved in far-right politics, first editing Western Destiny and later the short-lived The New Patriot, a magazine designed to conduct "a responsible but penetrating inquiry into every aspect of the Jewish Question". It included articles such as "Zionists and the Plot Against South Africa", "Early Jews and the Rise of Jewish Money Power", and "Swindlers of the Crematoria". Despite his fascist connections, Pearson became increasingly well connected with the Republican Party and the right-wing think-tank, The Heritage Foundation. 14

"Henry Garrett, Chair of Psychology at Columbia University from 1941 to 1955. A Virginia born segregationist, Garrett was a key witness defending segregation in the landmark case Brown v. Board of Education in 1954. During the 1950s and 1960s, Garrett helped to distribute grants for the Pioneer Fund and was one of the founders of the International Association for the Advancement of Eugenics and Ethnology (IAAEE) in 1959. The IAAEE brought together academic defenders of segregation in the USA and apartheid in South Africa. The Pioneer Fund supported the IAAEE and other institutions working to legitimise race-science, including the IAAEE's journal, The Mankind Quarterly." 15

Roger Pearson was a writer and organizer for the Nazi Northern League of northern Europe, who in 1977 joined the editorial board of Policy Review, the monthly Heritage Foundation publication. William Shockley, Arthur Jensen and Roger Pearson, who has written that "inferior races" should be "exterminated" were funded while Tom Ellis was director on the Pioneer board. At that same time, Ellis served on the CNP's thirteen-member executive committee with Holly Coors, Paul Weyrich, and Heritage Foundation president, Edwin Feulner until June 1989. Oliver North and Reed Larson also joined the executive committee.

Recall that in order to be a CNP member, a biography/resume must be submitted by a CNP member and the executive must have a unanimous vote in order for an individual to be asked to be a member. CNP's Gary North writes of the formation years of the CNP including himself with Timothy LaHaye, Terry J. Jeffers and Terry Dolan, in the article Gary North on the CNP

In the United States, WACL's first chairman was Roger Pearson, a white supremacist, eugenicist and neo-Nazi. Pearson was the editor of Willis Carto's anti-Semitic rag, Western Destiny, the forerunner of the Liberty Lobby's Spotlight tabloid. By the mid 1970s, Pearson served on the editorial boards of both the Heritage Foundation 15a and the American Security Council. Pearson, who has described himself as a "mainstream conservative," boasted to an associate about his alleged role in hiding Nazi doctor Josef Mengele, the "Angel of Death" who directed Nazi "medical experiments" at the Auschwitz extermination camp. With degrees in anthropology and economics, Pearson is the author several books on eugenics. His most "popular" are Eugenics and Race and Race and Civilization. He credits Professor Hans F. K. Gunther, a Nazi racial theoretician, as the inspiration behind the latter volume. Under Pearson's tutelage, WACL added Western European chapters that were drawn from the ranks of Nazi war criminals, Third Reich collaborators, neo-Nazis and right-wing terrorists. Western European affiliates included the racist British League of Rights and Italy's Italian Social Movement (MSI). Pino Rauti, the founder of the outlawed group, Ordine Nuovo was a key WACL Western European contact.... Rauti and countless other Italian fascists including the war criminal, June Valerio "Black Prince" Borghese, and key members of the Italian general staff, were "rehabilitated" Nazi collaborators recruited by the CIA into NATO's "stay behind" anti-communist terror network, also known as "Gladio."... 15b

The National Congressional Club was Jesse Helms' PAC based in Raleigh and directed by Helms' senior advisor, attorney Tom Ellis. National Congressional Club, raised $9.8 million in the 1982 election cycle. In the 1984 cycle, the club raised $5.7 million while Helms campaign committee raised $13.99 million, 16 The Club dissolved in the 1990's, with many staffers absorbed into other campaigns.

The Congressional Club began after the 1972 Senate campaign, when Ellis retained Richard Viguerie (CNP) to help pay off the Helms campaign debt. Ellis and Viguerie built the Congressional Club mailing list to more than 300,000 regular contributors -- a constituency for Helms and a major financial resource within the conservative movement... Besides Viguerie, Phillips [Howard Phillips], and Dolan [ John T. (Terry) Dolan] connections, Helms is actively represented in Weyrich's [Paul Weyrich] coordinating groups. 17. Footnotes 4-17

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K - Z Jun 1, 2001

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CNP Name List By Alphabetical Listing (By Page-click Letter) Jun 1, 2001

A --Ambassador S. L. Abbott , Larry Abraham, Jack Abramoff , M. Douglas Adkins, Howard Ahmanson, Jr., Dr. Frank Aker, Honorable Barbara Alby , John Alderson, Gary Aldrich, Richard V. Allen, Daniel B. Allison II, Thomas R. Anderson, Senator John K. Andrews, Jr., Dr. John F. Ankerberg, Philip F. Anschutz, , Hon. Richard K. Armey, Ben Armstrong, Thomas K. Armstrong, Sen. William L. Armstrong, Dr. Larry P. Arnn, John M. Ashbrook, Edward G. Atsinger III FootnotesA Jun 1, 2001

B -- Dr. Theodore Baehr, Cy Bahakel, Sr, Carole Baker , Dick Baker, Terry C. Balderson, Howard A. Ball, William H. Ball Jr., Dr. David Balsiger, A. Clifford Barker, Herbert Barness, Tommy Barnett, David H. Barron, Rep. William G. Batchelder III, Hon. Gary Bauer FootnotesB Jun 1, 2001

Be --Patricia Beck, John D. Beckett, Melvin Behnke, Jeffrey Bell, Carlos Benitez, Mark A. Benson, Ray Berryman, Paul Bigham, Dr. Robert J Billings, William Billings, Morton Blackwell, Neal B. Blair, James K. Blinn, Thomas A. Bolan, John R. Bolton, Pat Boone, T. J. Bosgra , Richard Bott, Rich Bott, Dr. James C. Bowers, Lynn Francis Bouchey, L. Brent Bozell, III FootnotesBe

Br Dr. David W. Breese, Dr. William "Bill" R. Bright, Floyd Brown, Robert K. Brown, Samuel A. Brunelli, Charles H. Brunie, Anita Bryant, Allen Burkett , Larry Burkett, Honorable Dan Burton, Sandra Butler FootnotesBr

C -- Hon. Howard "Bo" Callaway, Jameson Campaigne, Jr., Ken Campbell, Jim Carden, Charles S. Carriker, Margo Carlisle, Alan Carlson, John W. Chalfant, ,Margaret "Peggy" Cies Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D John Commuta Guy M. Condon Robert L. Cone Peter C. Cook Holland (Holly) Coors Jeffrey Coors Joseph Coors Mrs. Judy M. Cresanta T. Kenneth Cribb Jr. Mary C. Crowley Les Csorba James C. Czirr FootnotesC Jun 1, 2001

D -- Beverly Danielson Sen. William Dannemeyer Rt. Rev. Dr. C. Truman Davis Cullen Davis Karen Davis Arnaud de Borchgrave Don DeFore Thomas D. DeLay Rich DeVos Richard M. DeVos Jr. James E. DeYoung, Jr. Richard B. Dingham Dr. James Dobson John Dodd John Doggett John T. (Terry) Dolan Elaine Donnelly Ann Drexel Arthur M. Dula Robert P. Dugan Pierre S. du Pont Richard Dunham W. Clark Durant III Alan P. Dye FootnotesD Jun 1, 2001

E -- John P. East Jack Eckerd Thomas F. Ellis Stuart Epperson Michael Etchison M. Stanton Evans FootnotesE

F -- Dr. Jerry Falwell, Joseph F. Farah Michael P. Farris Dr. Edwin J. Feulner, Jr William A. Fields Father Charles Fiore Robert Fischer Peter T. Flaherty Donald Lambert Folkers Richard A. Ford Clarke D. Forsythe Peter C. Foy Ann Frazier Tracy Freeny Foster S. Friess Corinne S. Fuller FootnotesF Jun 1, 2001

G -- Willard Garvey Peter B. Gemma Jr. Kevin Gentry George F. Gilder Dr. Duane Gish Thomas Glessner Ronald P. Godwin Stephen Goodrick Alan Gottlieb Robbie Gowdey FootnotesG Jun 1, 2001

Gr -- J. Peter Grace Lt. General Daniel O. Graham Anthony Grampsas Robert Grant Jim Groen Dr. Haldeman 'Hal" W. Guffey Darryl E. Gustafson FootnotesGr

H -- Rev. Ben Haden Billy Hale Colin A. Hanna Samuel A. Hardage Sara Divito Hardman Benjamin Hart Anthony Harrigan Kevin J. "Seamus" Hasson H. Preston Hawkins Richard Headrick Donna Hearne Charles C. Heath Randall Hekman Jesse Helms Harry V. Helton Carl Herbster Thomas D. Hess Rev. E.V. Hill James "Jimmy" Martin Hill Jr. Joseph K. Hilyard Roland Hinz FootnotesH Jun 1, 2001

Ho -- Hon. Donald Paul Hodel Rev. Melvin Hodges William J. "Bill" Hofer Douglas F. Hofmeister Gary Hofmeister Neal Hogan Lou Holbrook Robert P. Holding III George Holland John Holt Donald R. Howard Dr. John A. Howard Ernest B. Hueter Joan Hueter Max Hugel Robbie Hughes Herbert William Hunt Mary Reilly Hunt Nelson Bunker Hunt FootnotesHo

I-J-K -- Reed Irvine Hon. Ernest J. Istook, Jr. Lorena Jaeb E. Peb Jackson Kay Cole James Gary Jarmin Terry J. Jeffers Dr. Mildred Faye Jefferson James M. Jenkins Rep. Louis (Woody) Jenkins Margaret Jenkins Willa A. Johnson Bob Jones III Rep. Hal Jones W. Daniel Jordan Michael Joyce James F. Justiss Howard Kaloogian William Kanaga Dr. C. L. "Casey" Kay Barbara Keating -Edh David Keene Rep. Jack Kemp FootnotesIJK Jun 1, 2001

Ken -- Dr. D. James Kennedy William R. Kennedy Alan Keyes William A. Keyes Paul A. Kienel Cliff Kincaid Jerry Kirk Larry Klayman Brig. General Albion W. Knight Dr. Robert H. Krieble FootnotesKen

L -- Beverly LaHaye Lee LaHaye Dr. Timothy LaHaye Reed Larson Jerome M. Ledzinski Dr. Ernest W. Lefever Lewis E. "Lew" Lehrman John Lenczowski Andrew W. Lester Mark R. Levin Dr. Earl Little John Lofton Hon. Trent Lott Edward Lozick FootnotesL Jun 1, 2001

M~Mca -- Mark R. Maddoux Marlin Maddoux Marion (Mac) Magruder Carolyn Malenick Peter Marshall, Jr. Connaught (Connie) Marshner James L. Martin Christopher "Kit" Mason Richard Mason James Mather Pat Matrisciana Paul Maurer Donald S. McAlvany Ed McAteer FootnotesM Jun 1, 2001

Mc -- Thomas E. McCabe Bryan McCanless Richard F. McCarthy, Jr Norman P. McClelland James A. McClure Timothy McConville James D. McCotter Tidal W. McCoy Larry P. McDonald Roy McKasson Emanuel McLittle Hon. Edwin Meese III Major F. Andy Messing, Jr. Eugene Meyer Rev. Austin Miles James C. Miller III Tom Minnery Charles W. Missler FootnotesMc

Mo -- Terry E. Moffitt Barbara Monteith Dr. Stanley Monteith Charles Moore Dr. Raymond Moore Sam Moore Thomas Slick Moorman Dr. Henry M. Morris Rev. Duane R. Motley William D. Mounger FootnotesMo

N~Pa -- Senator Don Nickles David A. Noebel Grover Norquist Dr. Gary North Lt. Col. Oliver North George D. O'Neill, Jr. J. Stanley Oakes Jr. Phillip Olsen William J. Olson Ted Pantaleo J. A. "Jay" Parker Thomas G. Parker Colleen G. Parro G.N. Parrot Carmen Pate Dr. Paige Patterson Maj. General George S. Patton III FootnotesN-Pa Jun 1, 2001

Pe~Q -- Tony Perkins Robert J. Perry Howard Phillips Thomas L. Phillips Burton Yale Pines Robert M. Pittenger Theda Oates Plimpton Larry W. Poland William M. Polk Robert Poole Jim Powers Lawrence D. "Larry" Pratt Judge Paul Pressler Paul Pressler IV James S. Price Edgar Prince Elsa Prince Coy C. Privette Penny Pullen FootnotesPe-Q

R -- Raymond V. Raehn Ralph E. Reed, Jr. Gerald P. Regier Thomas L. Rhodes Dr. Charles E. Rice H.L. "Bill" Richardson Richard A. Riddle Elizabeth Ridenour Lawson Ridgeway Stephen D. Ridley Isom J. Rigell Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Dr. "M.G." Pat Robertson Ronald E. Robinson James Robison George C. Roche III Thomas A. Roe Kathleen Teague [Rothschild] Howard J. Ruff Rev. R. J. Rushdoony William A. Rusher FootnotesR Jun 1, 2001

S -- Guy Sanders, Jr. William E. Saracino Richard M. Scaife Terence Scanlon Rich Scarborough Frederic (Rich) Schatz Blaine Scheideman Phyllis Schlafly Otto Scott John Scribante Lynda H. Scribante Alan Sears Ronald L. Seeley Harry G. A. Seggerman Jay A. Sekulow Duncan Sellars Hans F. Sennholz Beurt SerVaas FootnotesS Jun 1, 2001

Sh -- Frank Shakespeare Dal Shealy Richard Shoff Terry Siemans William E. Simon Major General John K. Singlaub "Father" Rev. Robert Sirico Dr. W. Cleon Skousen Mark Skousen Baker Armstrong Smith E. Roy Smith Henry J. "Bud" Smith Jim R. Smith Dr. Lowell Smith Malcolm E. Smith Jr. Victor P. Smith FootnotesSh

Sn -- Geraldine (Gerry) Snyder Thomas R. Spencer, Jr. LaNeil Wright Spivy Ted Squires Scott Stanley, Jr. Darla St. Martin Mathew D. Staver, Esq. Allen Stevens Donald R. Stewart Steve Stockman Robert Stoddard John Stoos John A. Stormer W. Robert Stover Jay Strack George W. Strake, Jr Kathleen Sullivan Lt. General Gordon Sumner Jr. John H. Sununu Gaylord K. Swim FootnotesSn

T~V -- John G. Talcott Jr. Dr. Lewis Tambs Hon. Helen Marie Taylor James "Jim" B. Taylor Stacy Taylor Dr. Edward Teller Robert L. Thoburn Bill Tierney Robert G. Tilton Herbert W. Titus Steven A.F. Trevino Patrick A. Trueman Timothy E. Twardowski Sherman E. Unkefer III Rev. Nathaniel A. Urshan Jon Basil Utley Harry Valentine Mike Valerio Guy Vander Jagt Balint Vazsonyi Richard Viguerie Christine Vollmer Barbara Vucanovich FootnotesT-v Jun 1, 2001

W -- Gray Wakefield Peter E. Waldron Robert Walker Henry L. Walther James G. Watt Anthony Wauterlek Winston O. Weaver Robert T. Weiner P. Craig Welch Jr. Judi Westberg -Warren Diana Weyrich Paul Weyrich Dr. Jack Wheeler James Whelan Somers H. White John W. Whitehead Faith Ryan Whittlesey Footnotes W Jun 1, 2001

Wi-Z -- Rev. Donald Wildmon Tim Wildmon Alvin Williams Dr. John Wilke James M. Wilson Thomas S. Winter Richard B. Wirthlin George Witwer Robert Wolgemuth Robert Wood Rev. Jim Woodall Carter Wrenn Carl Young Charles B. Young David Zanotti Billy Zeoli FootnotesWi-Z

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