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TSAugust, which stands for “The Second of August” (the day most delegates signed the Declaration of Independence) is a 501(3)(c) not-for-profit non-stock corporation in Virginia.
The mission of TSAugust “is to bring factual information about energy and environmental issues to Americans so as to ensure increasingly high living standards and the elimination of poverty wherever it exists.”
Austrian Economics Center (AEC)
The Austrian Economics Center (AEC) is an incorporated society in Vienna Austria.
The Leadership Institute (LI)
The Leadership Institute (LI) was founded in 1979 by Morton C. Blackwell who serves as its current president. The Institute specializes in training potential conservative political leaders in campaigns, fundraising, grassroots organization, youth politics, and communications.
African Centre for Advocacy and Human Development (ACAHD)
The African Centre for Advocacy and Human Development (ACAHD), located in Nigeria, “is an independent, Non-Governmental Organization, established in January 2002 to reflect the general needs of African people.”
Australian Taxpayers' Alliance (ATA)
The Australian Taxpayers' Alliance describes itself as a grassroots activist body “dedicated to fighting Australia's crippling levels of taxation, over-regulation, and government waste.” 
Citizens' Alliance for Responsible Energy (CARE)
The Citizens Alliance for Responsible Energy (CARE) is a 501(c)(3) public charity with a Section H Election allowing it to lobby legislators.
Institute for Liberty (IFL)
The Institute For Liberty (IFL) is a Washington D.C. think tank known for its opposition health care reform. It promotes a free-market approach to maintaining the health care system in the U.S.
The Northern Virginia Chapter of Scientists and Engineers for Energy and Environment (VA-SEEE) is a coalition whose goal is to “influence public policy in the areas of energy and environment, and to provide sound information to politicians, the media, and the public in the Commonwealth.”