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The Atlantic Council has, since its inception, been a nonpartisan institution, with members "from the moderate internationalist wings of both parties. "Despite its connections, the Council is by charter independent of the US government and NATO, a registered 501 nonprofit organization. In March 2016, the organization met to discuss strategies for dealing with the populist movement in Europe, which they believe is threatening the globalist agenda on the continent.
originally posted by: Arnie123
a reply to: intrptr
Interesting, the Atlantic Council is the first for me as well. Sounds more like a think tank then anything. You think there is any power there?
[Huntsman] told Newsweek in December 2010 that the LDS Church doesn't have a monopoly on his spiritual life. In an interview with Time magazine, he stated that he is more spiritual than religious and that his membership in the LDS Church is "tough to define". Although still Mormon, Huntsman has said that he and his wife draw from an array of sources for inspiration.
I was raised a Mormon, Mary Kaye was raised Episcopalian, our kids have gone to Catholic school, I went to a Lutheran school growing up in Los Angeles. So you kind of bind all this together."
Huntsman rejects the notion that faith and evolution are mutually exclusive. In 2011, in response to a statement by Rick Perry that global warming was unproven and that evolution remains only a theory, Huntsman tweeted, "To be clear. I believe in evolution and trust scientists on global warming. "Call me crazy."