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“Founded in 1996 by Senator Malcolm Wallop of Wyoming (ret.), Frontiers of Freedom is a cutting-edge, forward-looking policy group advancing center-right principles in today's fast-paced news and information age. We work with grassroots activists throughout the country to protect private property rights, secure our national security, and promote sensible public policies critical to our country's liberty.” (; accessed 4/21/05)

The Frontiers of Freedom Foundation coordinates the activities of The Center for Free Market Environmentalism and Conservation ( and The Center for Science and Public Policy (, think tanks that promote industry friendly policies. Frontiers of Freedom receives money from tobacco and oil companies, including Philip Morris, ExxonMobil and RJ Reynolds Tobacco. Frontiers of Freedom Institute and Foundation has received $467,000 from ExxonMobil since 1998. (; accessed 4/20/05) According to the New York Times, Frontiers for Freedom received $230,000 out of its $700,000 annual budget from Exxon in 2002, up from $40,000 in 2001. (J. Lee, "Exxon backs groups that question global warming," The New York Times, 5/28/03) Malcolm Wallop, chairman and founder of Frontiers of Freedom, has been a board of directors member of the El Paso Natural Gas Company since 1995. (PR Newswire, “El Paso Natural Gas Company names new director,” 1/13/95)

ExxonMobil Donations:

2001: $40,000 Source: ExxonMobil 2001 Annual Report (; accessed 4/21/05)

2002 Total: $232,000

  • $100,000 for the Center for Sound Science and Public Policy
  • $97,000 for the Global Climate Change Outreach Activities
  • $35,000 for the Global Climate Change Science Projects
Source: ExxonMobil 2002 Annual Report (; accessed 4/21/05)


  • $95,000 for Global Climate Change Outreach
  • $50,000 for Project Support--Sound Science Center
  • $50,000 for Global Climate Change Activities
Source: ExxonMobil 2003 Corporate Giving Report (; accessed 4/21/05)

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