Peter Roff

Senior Fellow, Institute for Liberty

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Senior fellow with the Institute for Liberty and blogger for US News and World Report; former political director for Newt Gingrich’s GOPAC

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Conservative pundits are up in arms about a  new report  warning that right-wing extremists are a threat to America's internal security.

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