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Harrisburg, PA 17112

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101 Bill Smith Blvd.
King of Prussia, PA 19406

(610) 265-0757 Voice
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GetOffOurBacks
Contact: John McKay
 
Email: galtgulch@hotmail.com

www.getoffourbacks.com

This is the place to tell your Senator or Congressman what you think of him. Go to our "Email your Congressman" link to tell him (or her) to get off your back and out of your pockets! Complain about a new bill, tax, or regulation he sponsored or voted for. Understand the issues and find the intellectual ammunition you need in John McKay's book,
"The Welfare State: No Mercy For The Middle Class"

 


PMA
225 State Street
Harrisburg, PA 17101
Phone: (717) 232-0737
Fax:  (717) 232-8623
Email:  info@pamanufacturers.org
www.pamanufacturers.org

From its founding, PMA has worked closely with regional manufacturing organizations and chambers of commerce around the state to provide leadership, up-to-date information, coalition development and assistance dealing with business questions and challenges.  Additionally, PMA helps support and works closely with a variety of state research, education and activist organizations including the Commonwealth Foundation for Public Policy Research, the Lincoln Institute of Public Opinion Research, Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week, Pennsylvanians for Right To Work and others.

 

 

Pennsylvania Leadership Conference
www.paleadershipconference.org

The Pennsylvania Leadership Conference, a project of the Pennsylvania Leadership Council, debuted in 1989 to harness the conservative forces here and develop an active outreach program and network. We have successfully carried out that mandate with help from people like you.but with the new Millennium upon us, it's time to build on our successes and chart a new course.

 

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Our Ideas Are Shaping a Better Future for Pennsylvania

Commonwealth Foundation
3544 North Progress Avenue
Harrisburg, PA  17112
Telephone: 717-671-1901
Matthew Brouillette, President
www.commonwealthfoundation.org

The Commonwealth Foundation is in the forefront of presenting new ideas for Pennsylvania and the United States - ideas that will make legislators, schools and government accountable, and provide new incentives for expanding economic growth. The Foundation's work focuses on bringing policy change throughout Pennsylvania; reforming democratic institutions; and restoring health to society through the renewal of citizen involvement and the mobilization of leadership from all sectors of society, particularly the civic arena.

 

 

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Pennsylvanians for Right to Work (PARTW)
225 State Street, Suite 300
Harrisburg, PA 17101
Ms. Susan Staub, President
Telephone: 717-233-1227
Fax: 717-234-5588
www.etgi.com/partw

PARTW was organized in 1962 and is totally independent from any national organization and supports no political party. We oppose compulsory unionism issues at the state and local level right here in Pennsylvania where you live and pay taxes, but we cooperate with the National Right to Work Committee on Right to Work issues at the national level.  PARTW's Board of Directors consists of 21 Pennsylvania citizens who represent a broad spectrum of occupations, including employees and employers from both the public and private sectors, elected local and state officials, small and large businesses, and various professions.

 

Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations

Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations
132 State Street
Harrisburg, PA  17101
Joseph Geiger, Executive Director
Telephone: 717-236-8584
Fax: 717-236-8767
www.pano.org

PANO is a statewide organization serving and strengthening the charitable nonprofit sector through leadership, advocacy and education in order to improve the quality of life of Pennsylvania's people.

 

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Allegheny Institute for Public Policy
835 Western Avenue, Suite 300
Pittsburgh, PA 15233
Dr. Jake Haulk, President
Phone: 412-231-6020
Fax: 412-231-6037

www.alleghenyinstitute.org

The Allegheny Institute for Public Policy is a non-partisan research and educational institute whose mission is to formulate and promote conservative public policies at the local government level based on the principles of free enterprise, limited and accountable government, individual freedom and responsibility and a reverence for traditional values believing that these principles are the foundation for human dignity, happiness and prosperity for all Americans. We support (1) competitive market processes in the delivery of government services, (2) requiring governments to prove that benefits outweigh costs before embarking on public works projects and (3) evaluation of social services on an outcomes rather than an inputs basis.  

 

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Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation, Inc.
4800 Jonestown Road, Suite 102
Harrisburg, PA 17109
David Bunnell, Director of Education
717-541-0034
fax 717-541-0073
www.paprolife.org

As the state affiliate of the National Right to Life Committee, the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation is committed to promoting the dignity and sanctity of human life from conception to natural death. We seek to promote the truth about abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia through education and other legal means. We aim to make Pennsylvania America's Safe Haven for LIFE.

   

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Christian Coalition

1801-L Sara Drive
Chesapeake, VA  23320
Telephone: 757-424-2630
Don Hodel, President
www.cc.org

   

The Christian Coalition was founded in 1989 by Pat Robertson to give Christians a voice in government. We represent a growing group of nearly 2 million members and supporters who believe it's time for people of faith to have a voice in the conversation we call democracy.

 


Common Conservative

Tom Adkins, Publisher
Telephone: (610) 962-5477
Thomas Lindaman, Editor
www.commonconservative.com

Conservatives: Always knew Bush would be great? Think Gephart, Daschle and Clinton are screaming commies? Common Conservative.com is for you. Our magazine offers Republican and Libertarian perspectives on the modern political battlefield. We attack liberalism with both barrels blazing. No syllable-writing contests. No snooty highbrow smugness. And we don't wear little alligators on our sweaters. Our political commentary is dedicated to the average American, who wants politics clear and straight-up. Tired of boring pundits who skirt tough issues? Read CommonConservative.com.

   

The Cybercast News Service
Headquartered in historic Alexandria, VA, across the Potomac from Washington, DC, the Cybercast News Service staff brings decades of experience to the organization.

Cybercast News Service
325 S. Patrick
Alexandria, VA 22314

Toll-Free: 877-CNS-NEWS
L. Brent Bozell III, President
Scott Hogenson, Executive Editor
David Thibault, Managing Editor

The Cybercast News Service was launched on June 16, 1998 as a news source for individuals, news organizations and broadcasters who put a higher premium on balance than spin and seek news that's ignored or under-reported as a result of media bias by omission.

 

The Heartland Institute

The Heartland Institute

Latonya Harris
Links Manager
The Heartland Institute
19 S. LaSalle Street, Suite 903
Chicago, IL 60603
Phone 312/377-4000
Fax 312/377-5000
harris@heartland.org

The Heartland Institute is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization founded in Chicago, Illinois in 1984. Heartland's mission is to help build social movements in support of ideas that empower people. Such ideas include parental choice in education, choice and personal responsibility in health care, market-based approaches to environmental protection, privatization of public services, and deregulation in areas where property rights and markets do a better job than government.

 

Susquehanna Valley Center for Public Policy

Susquehanna Valley Center for Public Policy
P.O. Box 338
Hershey, PA 17033

(717) 361-8905
(717) 361-8945 fax
info@susvalleypolicy.org

The Susquehanna Valley Center for Public Policy is an independent, non- partisan, non-profit public policy research organization that was established to help Pennsylvanians build a brighter future.

 

Take Back Pennsylvania

Take Back Pennsylvania
824 Dorsea Road
Lancaster, PA 17601

What is Take Back Pennsylvania?

Take Back Pennsylvania is visualized as a coalition of organizations and individuals that will come together on the issues of today. Coming together as a coalition will accomplish what individuals and small organizations cannot achieve in today's fast paced regulatory and/or legislative world.

By coming together, voices of concern will be amplified, resources pooled and legislative contacts shared. In addition, common informative goals can be adopted providing select objectives and strategies with a greater chance of success. By working together we can become a force in the election process as well as the legislative process on issues that the coalition members vote to support.

 

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Outdoor Talk Network
11 Dogwood Drive
Jim Thorpe, PA 18229
Tel. 570-325-5560

Jim Slinsky is a sportsman, conservationist and defender of our right to hunt, fish, trap, and shoot. Jim is a staunch advocate of the individual interpretation of the Second Amendment.

 

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