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Feb 10, 2011
The Church of Scientology's friends in Washington // The embattled religious organization has allies in Congress, though it lobbies quietly — Salon
Type: Press
Author(s): Alex Pareene
Source: Salon
Did you read that New Yorker piece on the Church of Scientology? You really have to. I know it's long, but it's worth it. If you're short on time, there are a lot of summaries. Along with some incredible new details, there are the previously reported stories of rampant physical abuse of underlings by church head David Miscavige, the church's "Sea Org" full of underage workers signed to "billion-year contracts" performing manual labor for little to no money, and the tales ...
Jul 21, 2009
Scientologist's legal advice burns Sarah Palin — Gawker
Type: Commentary
Source: Gawker
Mar 30, 2009
Sarah, Greta & Scientology--Part II: Van Susteren doth protest too much — Huffington Post
Type: Blog
Author(s): Geoffrey Dunn
Source: Huffington Post
HuffPo's Rachel Weiner has already reported on Greta Van Susteren's defensive response to a Politico story today, which cited an anonymous source saying that one of the reasons that Sarah Palin has been caught up in a "series of public relations gaffes" is because she is "taking advice from Greta and her husband." In her Fox News blog, Van Susteren vehemently denied offering Palin any advice, and called the authors to task for not checking on this allegation. Let me give ...
Mar 26, 2009
Sarah Palin adviser's secret Scientology plot to take over Washington — Gawker
Mar 21, 2009
Palin Pallin' Around with Scientologists: Todd & Sarah & John & Greta — Huffington Post
Mar 19, 2009
Future president Sarah Palin pals around with Operating Thetan — Gawker
Type: Blog
Author(s): John Cook
Source: Gawker
Sarah Palin is seeking the advice of a Scientologist as she plots her 2012 presidential run, which just makes sense to us. John P. Coale, a prominent Washington lawyer and power-broker, is secretly running Palin's political action committee and working to "protect the Palin brand," according to the Washington Post. He is very, very good at doing that because he can walk through walls and read minds and leave his body and never gets sick because he is a Scientologist. Coale ...
Mar 17, 2009
The Protecters of the Palin Brand — Washington Post
Type: Blog
Author(s): Chris Cillizza
Source: Washington Post
There is no brand in Republican politics as powerful – or as tenuous – as that of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. She is simultaneously the hottest commodity on the Republican fundraising circuit and a figure of ridicule among Democrats (and even many Independents) who believe that her status as a national figure is entirely undeserved. Even Palin and her political team seem to be struggling somewhat with how much or little to expose her at the national level. Witness the odd ...
Dec 8, 2008
John P. Coale: The Curious Incident of the Scientologist in the Boardroom —
Type: Press
Author(s): Damian DeWitt
The Washington Times recently reported the curious appointment by Governor Martin O’Malley of John P. Coale to the Board of Directors of UMMS (University of Maryland Medical System). Coale is a high-ranking Scientologist and trial lawyer who got rich from the “tobacco wars” and has particpated in Scientology’s assault on Ritalin, taking on not only its manufacturer, Novartis, but the American Psychiatric Association (APA) and patient advocacy group CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention Defict Disorder). Coale is a member of ...
Aug 21, 2008
Chairman quits UMd. medical board post — Washington Times
Type: Press
Author(s): Tom LoBianco
Source: Washington Times
ANNAPOLIS — The board chairman of the University of Maryland Medical System resigned Wednesday amid allegations he was pushed out by Gov. Martin O'Malley. John C. Erickson resigned at a regular board meeting in Baltimore. Mr. Erickson stormed out of the meeting, saying he was pushed out of the job by Mr. O'Malley, a Democrat, according to the Baltimore Business Journal and multiple sources who spoke on the condition of anonymity. However, he later issued a statement contradicting that account. "I ...
Sep 9, 1999
Scientology's revenge — New Times Los Angeles
Dec 13, 1998
High profile couple never pairs church and state — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Mary Jacoby
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
ASHINGTON – Cable News Network legal analyst Greta Van Susteren and her wealthy trial-lawyer husband, John Coale, are a Beltway power couple. She is the co-host of CNN's top-rated Burden of Proof. He is a mover behind the multi-billion-dollar anti-tobacco lawsuits. Both have dined at the White House. And what about the fact they belong to a religion that teaches of Xenu, evil head of the Galactic Confederation? Who flew people to Teegeeack (Earth) 75-million years ago in space ships, chained ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jan 19, 1996
Presley is divorcing Jackson — Evening Outlook (Santa Monica, CA)
Apr 4, 1988
Scientology group fuels debate over use of Ritalin — Associated Press
Jan 15, 1986
FLAGG Political Action Committee (PAC) — Church of Scientology International (CSI)
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