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 Citizens for Reagan
(The official campaign committee of Ronald Reagan when he ran for President in 1976)

History
Ronald Reagan exploded onto the national scene in 1964 when he delivered his national television appeal on behalf of the Barry Goldwater for President campaign. That powerful speech catapulted Reagan into the California Governor's mansion in 1966 when he defeated entrenched Democratic incumbent, Pat Brown. After eight years as California Governor, Ronald Reagan began his historic march toward the White House. It was his unsuccessful 1976 campaign that laid the groundwork for his triumphal defeat of President Jimmy Carter in 1980.

Mission
The mission of Citizens for Reagan was simple and straightforward, to wrest the Republican nomination for President from incumbent, Gerald Ford. The campaign had to gather delegates to the Republican convention from every state in the nation. It was a daunting task, but because Ronald Reagan was such a unique candidate with such a powerful appeal to a broad cross-section of Americans, it came within a hairs-breadth of success.

Enter Eberle Associates
Having been founded in 1974, Eberle Associates was still in its infancy when the Reagan campaign began. However, what the organization lacked in experience, it far surpassed in passion and commitment to the success of the fund raising campaign. With full knowledge that the race for the nomination could not be achieved unless the fund raising effort was a success, no stone was left unturned in making sure that every possible net dollar was raised.

When the dust cleared, Ronald Reagan missed being the Republican nominee by a whisker, but it was not because there was a lack of funding. In fact, the 1976 Reagan campaign for president surpassed all direct mail fund raising efforts up until that point in time. More net dollars were raised for Citizens for Reagan than had ever before been raised for a presidential campaign through direct mail.

As a matter of fact, one house appeal sent out immediately after Ronald Reagan's dramatic primary victory in North Carolina still stands today as one of the most successful appeals in the history of political direct mail fund raising. That appeal to some 85,000 donors generated nearly $800,000 in net income for the campaign. In terms of today's dollars that would be the equivalent of more than $3,000,000!
 American Civil Rights Union
History
Robert Carleson (mastermind of Gov. Reagan's California welfare reform), Edwin Meese III (former U.S. Attorney General under President Reagan) and Ronald Zumbrun (President Emeritus of the Pacific Legal Foundation) founded the American Civil Rights Union (ACRU) on July 17, 1998. Until his untimely death in early 2006, Bob Carleson served as Chairman of the American Civil Rights Union. Today ACRU's work is being carried on by his able wife Susan, who serves as Chairman of the organization.

Mission
ACRU is dedicated to protecting all of the rights of all of America's citizens. ACRU believes that property rights are protected by the U.S. Constitution, that religious people should not be excluded from public activities and forums, that our Constitution protects the right of individuals to keep and bear arms, and that powers not delegated to the Federal government are reserved by the states or the people. It is the mission of ACRU to defend in the courts any citizen or organization whose constitutional rights are in jeopardy.

Enter Eberle Associates
Although the Supreme Court has ruled that the Boy Scouts of America does not have to accept atheists and homosexuals, the ACLU persists in attempting to deny the Scouts public meeting places and funding. To help defend the Scouts, ACRU established the Scouting Legal Defense Fund to combat the ACLU. Just six months after the American Civil Rights Union was founded, they sought out Eberle Associates to help them raise funds through the mail. Today the direct mail donor file of the American Civil Rights Union is one of the largest conservative donor files in the nation and it has provided the funds to fight on behalf of the Boy Scouts against the ACLU.
 James Watt Legal Defense Fund
History
There was no one the far left radicals hated more in the Reagan Administration than former Interior Secretary James Watt. Jim Watt forthrightly stood up for conservative values and because he did this, became the "lightning rod" of the Reagan Administration.

Because of his courage and his unwillingness to compromise with the radical "greens," Jim Watt became a target of the Clinton Justice Department. It was "get even" time and the Justice Department lawyers were willing to go to any lengths to destroy James Watt. And why not? They had an unlimited reservoir of your tax dollars at their disposal.

In reviewing the case, former Attorney General Edwin Meese said he had never seen anything like it before. It wasn't justice. It was a political vendetta. But once again, the odds and the liberal news media were against Jim Watt.

Mission
Don Hodel, Secretary of Energy in the Ronald Reagan Administration, and Bradford Reynolds, former head of the civil rights division of the U.S. Justice Department under Ronald Reagan, agreed with Ed Meese that the radicals in the Clinton Justice Department should not be allowed to trample the good reputation of James Watt. In order to defend this honorable man, they established the James Watt Defense Fund to pay Secretary Watt's legal bills.

Enter Eberle Associates
Bruce Eberle knew what they were saying about James Watt couldn't be true. That's why he sent in a check to his legal defense fund. When former Reagan cabinet member Don Hodel called to thank him for his check, Bruce suggested the possibility of raising funds through the mail to pay off Jim Watt's legal bills which then amounted to more than $1,000,000.

Several experienced direct mail experts told Bruce that it was a hopeless cause. But Bruce felt that the American people knew that Jim Watt was a good man who had been wronged. He was sure they would come to Jim Watt's aid. And did they ever! More than $350,000 in legal bills were paid thanks to a well-executed direct mail effort. Once again the American people showed their fine sense of justice and generously gave of their hard-earned dollars to help a victim of political correctness fight back.
 Radio America
(a division of The American Studies Center)

History
Nearly 30 years ago, James Roberts decided that something had to be done about liberal bias over the air waves. There was no FOX News, no Rush Limbaugh, in fact, conservatives were just not to be found on radio or television. But Jim was undeterred. Operating on a shoestring, Jim started Radio America under the umbrella of the American Studies Center, a tax-exempt foundation. It didn't shake the foundations of the liberal news media; in fact, little note was taken as Radio America produced its first program.

In spite of the slow start, Radio America began to make headway, bit by bit. Ollie North was one of the first news headliners to broadcast his radio program over Radio America. He was joined by Fred Barnes, Doug Stephan, Greg Corombos, and many other outstanding conservative spokesmen. While Ronald Reagan was President, Radio America carried his Saturday broadcasts to the nation when all the other radio networks refused. More recently, Michael Reagan and G. Gordon Liddy have joined the pantheon of broadcast stars at Radio America, each one dedicated like Jim to countering the liberal bias of the mainstream media.

Mission
Jim knew he couldn't expect instant success, but his mission was clear — to give conservatives an opportunity to reach the American public with their ideas and programs. Unlike the mainstream media which portrays itself as objective and unbiased, Radio America's goal is not only to tell the truth, but to also give Americans an opportunity to hear another point of view. The question that faced Jim in the early days was, how do we fund the cost of radio programs on a national scale?

Enter Eberle Associates
Bruce Eberle was enthusiastic about Radio America and what it could mean for the conservative movement. More important, Bruce was willing to try raising funds to support the vital programs broadcast 24/7 by Radio America. It wasn't easy, but for more than 25 years Eberle Associates has been raising funds from conservative donors across the nation who are fed up with liberal bias. It's a labor of love and one that's very important to making sure that Americans get to hear both sides of the story.
 Stacey Koon Defense Fund
History
On March 3, 1991, convicted felon Rodney King had led police on an eight-mile chase at speeds of more than 100 miles per hour. He resisted arrest and attempted to assault the police. After two 50,000 volt stun-gun charges seemed to have little affect, the Los Angeles Police on the scene used a baton to subdue the PCP high Rodney King.

A witness to the arrest from nearby apartments tried out his new video camera and captured part of it on tape. The video was subsequently turned over to a local TV station that began airing the so-called "beating" portion of the tape repeatedly. The national television networks picked up the tape and began showing the tape over and over again, carefully omitting the full tape that gave a more accurate portrayal of the entire events.

When Sergeant Koon was acquitted by the state jury of any wrongdoing, rioting occurred in South Central Los Angeles. Feeling the political pressure, the U.S. Justice Department then charged Sergeant Koon with violating Rodney King's civil rights, a clear violation of the double jeopardy clause of the U.S. Constitution.

Mission
An attorney, as well as President of Regnery Publishing at the time, Al Regnery decided to publish a book which told the whole story of the Rodney King arrest. The Stacy Koon Defense Fund was established by Al Regnery and a number of other leading Americans who felt that justice was being compromised by political pressure. The facts were clearly on Sergeant Koon's side, but it looked doubtful that he could get a fair trial. But putting on a solid defense for Mr. Koon was going to take hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars. The question was, where were the needed funds going to come from?

Enter Eberle Associates
In November of 1992 Al called Bruce Eberle and asked him if Eberle Associates would consider raising funds for the legal defense of Sergeant Koon. The question was, could Eberle Associates raise funds to pay top notch lawyers to defend Stacey Koon and, if he was convicted, could they raise funds to support his wife and five children while he was in jail?

Eberle Associates set out to simply tell the truth in the most compelling and emotional fashion possible. A test mailing was sent out and the response was astonishing. In the end more than $1,500,000 net was raised to hire the very best attorneys and to put food on the Koon family table. These funds from more than 150,000 decent and fair minded Americans from coast-to-coast helped to put the scales of justice back in balance. Thanks to the work of the Stacey Koon Defense Fund, Americans got to hear the other side of the story and when the case went to the U.S. Supreme Court, Stacey Koon was vindicated.
 Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund
History
Following the successful effort to defend LAPD Officer Stacey Koon from politically ambitious prosecutors, the founders of the Stacey Koon Defense Fund realized that many more police officers across the nation were being victimized by judges and prosecutors who were willing to ignore the law in order to avoid political problems. That's when they decided to build upon their success and create the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund.

Mission
After putting together a Board of Directors that includes Bradford Reynolds and Edwin Meese, the Board carefully evaluated cases where police officers were charged with police brutality, a violation of civil rights, and even murder, without any credible evidence to support the charges. Although the case typically originated when a minority was arrested, the arresting officer was himself or herself often a minority. LELDF was determined to provide strong legal defense to these officers and their families who would not have otherwise had the funds to adequately defend themselves. Thanks to LELDF, justice has been given a chance to prevail in cases from Michigan to California to New Jersey to Maryland.

Enter Eberle Associates
Thanks to its success in raising funds for the Stacey Koon Defense Fund, Eberle Associates was familiar with the kind of message that needed to be created in order to raise funds for these innocent police officers. Even when the cost of a case runs into the hundreds of thousands of dollars, Eberle Associates has been able to generate the funds needed to pay the legal fees and court costs incurred in the defense of these fine men and women.
 Freedom Alliance
History
Oliver North was once described by President Ronald Reagan as a true American patriot. A combat decorated Marine who served with distinction in Vietnam, Colonel North was tapped by the Reagan Administration to advance freedom around the globe. In the face of a liberal controlled Congress that had abandoned the freedom fighters in Nicaragua, Colonel North used ingenuity, courage, and intellect to help bring freedom to these men and women. He stood up to a recalcitrant and hostile Congressional inquiry, coming away from the hearing with his head held high and his integrity intact. But Oliver North's service to his nation had just begun. In 1990 he founded Freedom Alliance to support efforts to advance freedom around the globe. Since that time, Freedom Alliance has been a leader in the struggle to "keep America strong, keep America prosperous, and keep America free." Colonel North continues to serve as Honorary Chairman of Freedom Alliance. He is also a best selling author, a correspondent for FOX News, and the host of the popular Fox TV program, "War Stories."

Mission
Freedom Alliance's clearly stated mission is to advance American freedom by honoring and encouraging military service, defending the sovereignty of the United States and promoting a strong national defense.

Freedom Alliance has battled the U.N. over the plan to raise a global U.N. Army and impose global taxes to pay for it. Freedom Alliance has also objected to the fact that the U.S. pays a disproportionate share of the U.N. operating bills and an even larger share of the so-called U.N. "peacekeeping" bills. In addition to confronting the U.N., Freedom Alliance has opposed weakening America's security by allowing a flood of illegal immigrants to swamp our borders. FA is also opposed to weakening America's economy by sending Social Security payments to Mexican citizens in Mexico.

Enter Eberle Associates
Knowing Eberle Associates' long track record of success in raising funds for conservative groups, Oliver North turned to them to assist Freedom Alliance in its efforts to fund its important projects and programs. Thanks in part to the work of Eberle Associates, Freedom Alliance has alerted millions of Americans to dangerous U.N. projects like the Law of the Sea Treaty (L.O.S.T.), the global U.N. army, global U.N. taxes, the interest-free U.S. loan to remodel the U.N. headquarters, and the use of American military personnel as U.N. "peacekeepers." Freedom Alliance is a vital voice for defending American sovereignty and promoting a strong national defense. Eberle Associates is proud to help Freedom Alliance achieve its goals.
 Gary Aldrich Legal Defense Fund
(a project of Southeastern Legal Foundation)

History
When FBI agent Gary Aldrich was assigned to the White House in 1992, he was thrilled and honored. But when he saw the total disregard for security and common decency in the Clinton White House, he felt compelled to tell the truth to the American people. Upon retirement he wrote a book, carefully omitting anything that would compromise White House security. He then submitted it to the FBI for vetting.

Fearing the political damage the book would do to the Clinton Administration, political appointees at the FBI not only unreasonably withheld approval, but also violated a signed agreement that forbade them from turning the book over to the White House.

When it became clear that the hold up was politically motivated, and that the FBI was not going to give approval, Gary decided that his book had to be published. But before he proceeded, Gary sought out help from the Southeastern Legal Foundation. Upon publication, Gary's book, Unlimited Access, quickly soared to the top of the New York Times bestseller list. The Clinton FBI responded with threats of legal action against Gary and indicated they planned to seize all royalties.

Mission
Agent Aldrich had already mortgaged his home to pay legal bills incurred in the protracted struggle with the FBI. The FBI's latest threats meant he could lose his house, putting his family out on the street. That's when the Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) stepped in to help Gary Aldrich. The Foundation agreed to assume all legal and financial responsibilities for defending Agent Aldrich against the Clinton onslaught. It was sure to be a pitched and costly battle. Where would the funds for such an expensive defense come from?

Enter Eberle Associates
Once again, the reputation of Eberle Associates' success in raising funds for the defense of innocent victims of partisan attacks made the firm the obvious choice to raise the funds needed. The story of the unjustified attacks on Agent Aldrich were told clearly to the American people and more than 75,000 Americans generously opened their purses and wallets to help a fellow citizen in need. Gary Aldrich prevailed. Direct mail was used again to right the scales of justice.
 Young America's Foundation
History
Seemingly, America's college and university campuses have always had a liberal bias. One of the earliest books to document this fact was Bill Buckley's God and Man at Yale which was published shortly after Mr. Buckley graduated from Yale following World War II. As the decades have passed, liberal and even radical dominance of both college faculties and college administrations have hindered the ability of a college student to hear both sides of the story. Conservative speakers have been physically attacked and denied an opportunity to speak on campus, while liberals like Al Gore, Hillary Clinton, Jesse Jackson, and even radicals like Michael Moore are paid hundreds of thousands of dollars each year from mandatory student funds to give speeches on campus. With no tolerance of free speech or other ideas, even the ROTC and military recruiters have been driven from colleges and universities that receive millions of taxpayer dollars.

Mission
More than 25 years ago, Young America's Foundation was formed to do something about the imbalance of ideas on campuses and to make sure that students did not hear just one point of view when it comes to topics like morality, economics, foreign policy, etc. By sending speakers like Oliver North, Bay Buchanan, John Ashcroft, Ann Coulter, Ed Meese, and scores of other leading conservatives to America's college campuses, literally hundreds of thousands of college students have been able to hear the case for freedom, morality, and justice. In addition, Young America's Foundation has gone to court, when necessary, to protect conservative students from the PC Gestapo. And YAF has fought for the right of students to participate in the ROTC and to talk with military recruiters. But just a few years ago, under the visionary leadership of Ron Robinson who serves as President of Young America's Foundation, YAF decided that it would risk everything in order to save the Reagan Ranch from being lost to future generations. But how would the Foundation come up with the funds to make this important purchase?

Enter Eberle Associates
Almost from the start, Eberle Associates has been employed by Young America's Foundation as its fund raising counsel. Ron Robinson generously credits the work of Eberle Associates as the reason the Foundation has not only survived, but was able to purchase Rancho del Cielo, the Western White House of Ronald Reagan. Not only have the efforts of Eberle Associates generated funds in support of the Foundation's vital projects and programs, but they have also identified individuals who have a passionate interest in preserving our free society and passing along the values and ideals necessary to do so. These individuals generously stepped forward when Ron Robinson told them about the opportunity to save the Reagan Ranch and his plans to use the Ranch as a special magnet to attract young people (both high school and college age) to the conservative ideals epitomized by Ronald Reagan. Today the Reagan Ranch has not only been saved, but in fact, Young America's Foundation has created a wonderful Reagan Ranch Center in Santa Barbara just down the road from the Ranch. At this new center there will not only be priceless artifacts from the Ranch on display, but there will also be meeting space to put on seminars and conferences that educate the next generation of Americans in conservative ideals.
 Mountain States Legal Foundation
History
Concerned by the taking of private property by federal and state governments without fair compensation to the property owner, a number of distinguished business leaders in western states decided to form the Mountain States Legal Foundation. The first President of Mountain States Legal Foundation was James Watt who was eventually tapped by Ronald Reagan to serve as U.S. Secretary of the Interior. The Foundation has had a long and distinguished record of fighting for property rights in the Western States and has prevailed in several cases before the United States Supreme Court.

Mission
The mission of the Mountain States Legal Foundation was clear cut. Individual and property rights were to be defended against the attacks of an ever growing and ever powerful government that sought to control and subvert those rights. The Clinton Administration, through the guise of Affirmative Action, often ran roughshod over everyday Americans who were simply trying to make a living. But the Mountain States Legal Foundation was determined to fight every inch of the way.

Executive Order 13061 was titled the American Heritage Rivers Initiative (AHRI) and when Congress refused to enact this Initiative and turn it into law, President Clinton signed Executive Order 13061 circumventing the Congress and the U.S. Constitution. That's when the Mountain States Legal Foundation, with Congressman Helen Chenoweth as their plaintiff stepped in. It was just the first in a long line of Foundation battles to defend individual rights.

In 1989 the U.S. Department of Transportation sought a contractor to construct a guardrail along a five-mile stretch of new highway. Randy Pech ran a small construction firm that had been in business for more than 20 years. He submitted the lowest bid, but the job instead was given to a minority firm just because Mr. Pech was white. Randy's firm was struggling and losing jobs like this one were putting his firm out of business. That's when he contacted Mountain States Legal Foundation. Finally, the case was settled in favor of the plaintiff.

More recently the Foundation has taken the lead in forcing states to comply with referendums passed by the voters but which go un-enforced by politicians and bureaucrats who think they know better than the citizens.

Enter Eberle Associates
Up until the court case against the Clinton Administration's efforts to circumvent Congress and the Constitution, Mountain States Legal Foundation had to depend entirely on the generosity of corporations and large donors. However the fund appeal crafted by Eberle Associates and signed by Congresswoman Helen Chenoweth turned out to be an exceptional success. Tens of thousands of Americans responded enthusiastically to a call to action when the fund appeal of Mountain States Legal Foundation reached their mailbox. Building on this success, the Foundation expanded their legal activities and their support of hard working citizens. Today the direct mail fund raising program of Mountain States Legal Foundation continues to thrive.

Perry Pendley, President
 American Border Patrol
History
What began as a trickle of illegals coming across our border with Mexico in the 1990s, turned into a flood within just a few years. By some estimates as many as 15 million illegal immigrants have crossed the border taking American jobs. Some of these illegals are drug dealing criminals and some may be foreign terrorists that have taken advantage of America's porous borders. Polls have consistently shown that Americans want their borders to be secure, but clearly nothing was being done. That's when Glenn Spencer created American Border Patrol.

Mission
American Border Patrol is an organization founded to bring the crisis of Illegal Immigration to the forefront of the American public's consciousness. By using high tech, innovative equipment, ABP members detect, locate and report illegal immigration as it occurs. ABP has a mandate to make information about illegal immigration available to the public. They do this through the use of piloted and remote control aircraft and then furnish photographic evidence to the public via the internet and other media. ABP adheres to a strict observe and report policy. ABP's goal is to show the American people that the problem can be solved.

Enter Eberle Associates
Glenn Spencer knew what needed to be done and he knew how to do it, but the funds simply were unavailable to make it happen. That's when he decided to team up with Eberle Associates. Today American Border Patrol has the funds to monitor the U.S.-Mexican border twenty-four hours a day using high tech remote control aircraft as well as airplanes equipped with infrared detection devices. This hard evidence is then provided directly to the American people over the Internet and the news media. Thanks to the efforts of American Border Patrol and the funds raised by Eberle Associates, it is no longer possible to deny the fact that the Border can be monitored and the flow of illegal immigrants into the U.S. can be stopped.
 Ron Greer Legal Defense Fund
History
Greer has been a fireman in Madison, Wisconsin for more than 17 years. He knows what fire stations are like. Typically, reading material at a fire station not only includes newspapers and periodicals, it also contains pornography and even homosexual publications. Being a Christian, Ron figured that he had the right under the U.S. Constitution to also pass out Christian literature and share the Gospel. A black man, he had been right in the middle of the battle for civil rights in his younger days. So Ron wasn't afraid to stand up for his rights. But, not wishing to offend, he only gave out tracts when asked.

However, after a new, politically correct Fire Chief was appointed, Ron found out that free speech did not extend to Christians. When Ron gave a fellow fire fighter a copy of a tract that quoted the Bible's stand on homosexuality, the Fire Chief suspended him without pay for three months. A close friend of the militant homosexual community, the Fire Chief would not tolerate freedom of speech for Ron Greer.

Mission
Ron decided the time had come for him to stand up for his rights and the rights of other Christians across the nation. With the assistance of attorney Michael Dean, Ron appealed his case to an administrative body appointed by the radical mayor of Madison. He did not receive justice from this politically tainted body, but the city of Madison and its politically correct establishment were put on notice that they cannot violate the rights of any American, even Christians.

Enter Eberle Associates
How does a man with a family living on the salary of a firefighter fight city hall? The deck, both politically and financially is stacked against him. Direct mail is the answer. After talking with Ron Greer it was clear to Bruce Eberle that Ron had no chance at all without the necessary financial support. Eberle Associates undertook a national direct mail campaign that yielded the support Ron Greer needed to fight back.

Ron Greer and Family
 The Conservative Caucus
History
The Conservative Caucus was founded in 1974 to counter the leftward drift of the Republican Party, and to promote a conservative philosophical agenda for America. The first Chairman of the Caucus was Howard Phillips, a longtime conservative activist and formerly President Nixon's Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity. Phillips, a graduate of Harvard University and longtime conservative activist, remains Chairman of the organization today. He is supported in this role by Charles Orndorff, Executive Director of the Caucus, and a phi beta kappa graduate of the University of Virginia.

Mission
The mission of The Conservative Caucus is to enunciate and spread the conservative agenda across the public square. One of the first battles The Conservative Caucus fought was against Jimmy Carter's giveaway of the vital Panama Canal. Subsequent to that battle, the Caucus has been in the forefront of efforts to reduce the size of government, to strengthen national defense, and to promote traditional American values.

In its early days, TCC was a leading voice against the spread of Communism, and could always be counted upon to sound a clear trumpet calling for victory over this menace. Years of remaining true to the Constitutional principles upon which America was founded had made The Conservative Caucus one of the few beacons of freedom standing firm against the onslaught of political correctness and the misguided thrusts of political and social liberalism.

Enter Eberle Associates
Because The Conservative Caucus neither asks for nor receives taxpayer dollars or grants from foundations, a reliable source of funds is essential. Further complicating matters is the fact that TCC is an umbrella organization, active on a wide range of issues, from taxes to Social Security to foreign policy. On the other hand, being an umbrella organization gives TCC the flexibility to pounce on issues in a timely manner.

Since becoming a client of Eberle Associates in 1986, The Conservative Caucus has successfully raised funds through the mail on many important issues including anti-Communism, restoring a U.S. military presence in Panama, opposing Bill Clinton's tax increase on Social Security benefits, stopping the United Nations from usurping American sovereignty, ending illegal immigration and supporting judges dedicated to the original intent of the U.S. Constitution.
 Michael New Legal Defense Fund
History
Michael New loves his country and gave his oath to defend the United States Constitution. He had seen combat in the Persian Gulf War where he served with distinction in the Medical Corps. But when the Clinton Administration ordered soldiers to serve in Bosnia under U.N. command and wear U.N. uniforms, he respectfully refused.

Michael New is not a troublemaker. He even offered to be transferred in order to avoid a problem. But someone high up in the Clinton Administration decided to make an example out of Michael New. Rather than transferring Michael, they decided to court-martial him. And because the judge disallowed the admission of vital information, he was given a bad conduct discharge and thrown out of military service.

How ironic, a young man who loves his country and willingly serves in combat is court-martialed at the direction of a Commander in Chief who was a draft dodger when his country called! Today Michael New continues fighting to receive an honorable discharge. With the help of his family, he and his father established the Michael New Legal Defense Fund.

Mission
The purpose of the Michael New Legal Defense Fund is to not only clear his good name, but more important, to ensure that future generations of Americans will not have to serve under the flag of the United Nations. For nearly a decade Michael New has continued battling in the courts to make sure that other Americans don't have to fight and die under the banner of a United Nations flag. But, of course, legal action is very costly. How does someone without great financial means fight a government that has millions of dollars at its disposal?

Enter Eberle Associates
When Michael New's father, Daniel New, approached Eberle Associates with the idea of raising funds to defend his son and to protect the rights of future generations of Americans, Bruce Eberle knew the task would not be easy. The government attorneys had done a good job of making sure only one side of the story was told to the American public. And they did their best to characterize Michael New as a disloyal, unreliable, untrustworthy American. Moreover, it was clear that the legal case would not only cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, but might drag on for years. Nevertheless, for nearly a decade Eberle Associates has continued to raise the funds needed so that Michael New's case against the Army can go forward. Such loyal support is a testimony to the wisdom and generosity of tens of thousands of patriotic Americans.
 Citizen Outreach
History
Founded in 1992, Citizen Outreach is a non-profit, non-partisan organization which promotes greater citizen understanding of, and participation in, public policy issues at the federal, state and local levels. Founder Chuck Muth was discouraged by "leaders" who portrayed themselves as conservative, but once elected, acted like liberals. As a conservative he felt that the greatest threat to freedom in America was the ever growing, ever powerful government. That's the reason he founded Citizen Outreach, to persuade Americans and their legislators that freedom is imperiled anytime government grows or usurps the rights of individuals.

Mission
While reducing the size and scope of government in the lives of the people is Citizen Outreach's primary mission, the organization is also concerned with defending American sovereignty through a strong national defense. The question for Chuck was, how could he rally Americans to his important cause and return them to the principles of Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan who understood the threat of big government.

Enter Eberle Associates
The entire staff of Eberle Associates is composed of committed conservatives who believe strongly in conservative principles. That made Eberle Associates the obvious choice when it came to raising funds through the mail for Citizen Outreach. Today the direct mail program of Citizen Outreach not only raises funds for the organization's important projects and programs, but also keeps millions of Americans informed about the growing threat to their freedom posed by an ever expanding government.
  Bill Federer for Congress
History
As House Majority leader from 1989 - 1995, Congressman Dick Gephardt had a reputation as a radical liberal.  Despite running as a moderate in his home state of Missouri, Rep. Gephardt opposed tax cuts, supported abortion providers, and was bankrolled by the labor unions.  He had so much union funding that Washington insiders thought he would be impossible to beat, despite his liberal voting record.  But Missouri resident and lifelong conservative Bill Federer wanted to prove the insiders wrong.

Mission
Determined to oppose the tax rising, abortion providing record of Dick Gephardt, Bill ran for Congress in 2000.  He was immediately written off by the experts, who assumed he was too conservative for the blue collar district Gephardt represented.  To increase his name recognition, and to get past the liberal media, Federer badly needed funds to take on Rep. Gephardt and the liberals funding his campaign.

Enter Eberle Associates
Eberle Associates was tasked with raising the funds for Bill’s campaign.  Utilizing the expertise of its staff, Eberle and Associates helped raise $3 million for Bill Federer and raised his profile across the country.  And unlike Gephardt, whose campaign funds came almost exclusively from unions, Federer raised his funds from 35,000 small donors from across the nation.  By election day, the Gephardt-Federer race had become the third most expensive in the country.  Bill was able to meet those expenses thanks to Eberle Associates.

Although Gephardt won reelection, the Democrats and the unions were forced to spend money on a race they had assumed they would win easily.  This meant less funding for other competitive races.  The election also blew away the myth that Rep. Gephardt was a moderate.  When he ran for President three years later, Gephardt was easily defeated.
Bill Federer
  Sheriff Joe Arpaio
History
It is no surprise that as “America’s toughest Sheriff,” Joe Arpaio is attacked by the liberal left.  Despite being elected to the position of Sheriff five times since 1992, The U.S. Department of Justice, in addition to many liberal groups, have challenged Sheriff Joe in court over his hard line on violent criminals.

Mission
Using the unlimited resources of the federal government, liberals at the Justice Department filed suit again Sheriff Joe in 2010.  Two years earlier, a federal grand jury had also begun an investigation.  Sheriff Joe badly needed to clear his name in court.  But to answer these spurious allegations, and to campaign for reelection, Sheriff Joe needed to raise funds.

Enter Eberle Associates
In 2010, Eberle Associates began raising funds for Sheriff Joe via direct mail.  Today Sheriff Joe remains a leading figure in law enforcement and a spokesman for a sensible immigration policy.  Widely admired as a national figure, Eberle Associates helped generate the funds needed for Sheriff Joe to take on his critics and defend his good name.
 Jack Kemp
History
As one of President Ronald Reagan’s staunchest defenders in Congress, Jack Kemp soon became a hero to many conservatives. In 1987, fearful that the moderate wing of the Republican Party would nominate a candidate for President who would undo much of the Reagan agenda, Jack Kemp announced his intention to run for the nomination himself.

Mission
Kemp faced an array of better-funded and more widely recognized opponents.  Worse, while Kemp was almost universally admired as a man of ideas, he had poor name recognition amongst the general public.  To raise his profile, and help articulate a conservative vision for America, Jack Kemp sought to raise funds, and Eberle and Associates was asked to help.

Enter Eberle Associates
Utilizing the experience gained during the Reagan campaign, Eberle Associates launched a direct mail campaign that quickly saw astonishing results.  By July 1987, Jack Kemp has already raised $3.3 million – more than the better known candidate Senator Bob Dole.  Although Kemp was unsuccessful in winning the nomination, he went on to a successful stint as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, and was Bob Dole’s running mate when he ran against President Bill Clinton in 1996.  Little wonder that when he died, President George W. Bush said that Kemp would “be remembered for his significant contributions to the Reagan Revolution.”
Jack Kemp
 Recall Grey Davis
History
Despite winning election as a centrist, Grey Davis soon established himself as one of the most liberal governors when California voters sent him to the governor’s mansion in 1998.  He soon presided over an economic recession, signed anti-gun legislation, and fumbled the California energy crisis.  Once talked of as a future president, Californians quickly tired of his failed leadership and mounted a recall campaign.

Mission
Recalls are notoriously difficult to obtain.  They require dedicated staff, careful planning, and above all, extensive fundraising.  Eberle Associates was tasked with the job of raising money for this expensive and time-consuming campaign through direct mail.

Enter Eberle Associates
Eberle Associates raised funds in California and around the country to help recall Grey Davis.  By executing a results-driven direct mail campaign, the company helped raise funds to educate and mobilize Californians disappointed by Gov. Davis’ leadership.

The work paid off – the campaign obtained enough signatures to trigger a recall ballot, and Gov. Davis was handily defeated by Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger.  He was only the second governor in America’s history to be successfully recalled.
Recall Grey Davis
 ProEnglish
History
Founded in 1994 under the name English Language Advocates, ProEnglish's first project was defending an official English initiative passed by the voters of Arizona, after the State of Arizona refused to appeal a decision overturning the initiative in federal court.

Since its creation, ProEnglish has gained expertise and considerable experience in the rapidly evolving field of language law. As a result, in addition to doing research and conducting a wide variety of public education activities to advance the goals listed below, ProEnglish has specialized in providing pro-bono legal assistance to public and private agencies facing litigation or regulatory actions over language.

Mission
ProEnglish is dedicated to protecting our nation's unity in the English language and is the nation's leading advocate of official English. The organization works through the courts and in the court of public opinion to defend English's historic role as the common, unifying language of the United States of America, and to persuade lawmakers to adopt English as the official language at all levels of government. This mission can be fulfilled only if the organization has the funds necessary to support its work.

Enter Eberle Associates
Enthusiastic and supportive of the goals of ProEnglish, Eberle Associates was delighted to have an opportunity to raise funds for this organization. Thanks to the hard efforts of the ProEnglish staff and the Eberle Team, their direct mail fund raising program has been successful in not only building a sizable donor file, but also in raising funds for the time sensitive efforts of the organization.