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Claremont Institute

ORGANIZATION

Founded in 1979, the Claremont Institute is a California-based conservative thinktank. "The mission of the Claremont Institute is to restore the principles of the American Founding to their rightful, preeminent authority in our national life."

Official Website:
http://www.claremont.org/

Founding Date:
1979

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Howard Ahmanson, Jr.
Philanthropist
3-Feb-1950   Reclusive fundamentalist-Christian philanthropist
Roberta Green Ahmanson
Relative
1949   Wife of Howard Ahmanson
William Bennett
Government
31-Jul-1943   Former Drug Czar and gambling man
Jack Dyer Crouch II
Government
1-Jul-1958   US Depy. National Security Advisor, 2005-07
Victor Davis Hanson
Historian
5-Sep-1953   Carnage and Culture
Steven Hayward
Scholar
c. 1958   Conservative environmentalism pundit
Mark Helprin
Author
28-Jun-1947   Winter's Tale
Bruce Herschensohn
Activist
10-Sep-1932   Conservative activist
John Hinderaker
Blogger
Sep-1950   Power Line blog
Charles R. Kesler
Scholar
c. 1956   Conservative scholar
Mark Levin
Activist
21-Sep-1957   Landmark Legal Foundation
Carol Platt Liebau
Pundit
13-Feb-1967   Prude
Tom McClintock
Politician
10-Jul-1956   Congressman, California 4th
Ed Meese
Government
2-Dec-1931   Attorney General under Reagan, 1985-88
Thomas L. Phillips
Publisher
25-Dec-1941   Phillips Publishing International
Sally C. Pipes
Activist
?   Pacific Research Institute
Cathy Ruse
Activist
c. 1965   Senior Fellow, Family Research Council
Pat Sajak
Game Show Host
26-Oct-1946   Wheel of Fortune
Peter W. Schramm
Activist
23-Dec-1946   Executive Director, Ashbrook Center
John Shadegg
Politician
22-Oct-1949   Congressman from Arizona, 1995-2011


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