Is the Annenberg public policy center liberal or conservative?
However, founder Walter Annenberg, served under Presidents Nixon and Regan. Mr. Annenberg died in 2002.
Actually, it's a left-leaning organization. The fact is, t
he ANNENBERG Public Policy Center (APPC), the sponsoring agency behind FastCheck.org, is itself supported by the same foundation, the ANNENBERG FOUNDATION, that Bill Ayers secured the 49.2 million dollars from to create the Chicago ANNENBERG Challenge "philanthropic" organization in which Barack Obama was the founding Chairman of the Board for and Ayers served as the grant writer of and co-Chair of for its two operating arms.
Notwithstanding guilt by association, it appears that neither right nor left are satisfied with some policies of Annenberg or conclusions of FactCheck.org This leads to the conclusion that APPC is nonpartisan.
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