More on William Goodfellow,Dana Priest's husband from Frontpage Magazine:
"One of the most sophisticated of Fenton's anti—war projects is the co—mingling of Win Without War and the Center for International Policy (CIP). Before 9/11, CIP, a Fenton Communications client, mainly acted as Fidel Castro's greatest 'think tank' ally. Much of its million—dollar budget was spent lobbying to end economic sanctions and travel restrictions against Cuba.
Now, it has another mission. Fenton has established a 'war room' with CIP called The Iraq Policy Information Program (IPIP). Its main job is getting the anti—Bush foreign policy message out to the media and providing guests for talk shows. A featured speaker of the IPIP is former ambassador Joe Wilson, one of the Bush administration's most vocal enemies. Like Moveon.org and Win Without War, the contact for the Iraq Policy Information Program is Fenton Communications. Win Without War also collects tax—deductible donations through CIP.
Fenton Communications set up the Tides Foundation, the group that launders contributions to left wing non—profit organizations by Teresa Heinz and other plutocrats (See ActivistCash.com)
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