The American Conservatives, a conservative organization, announced last year that it was ending its operations in the United States.
It said it was “not in a position to make further decisions about the future of the organization.”
The organization said in a statement it had a commitment to the conservative movement, but its goals and values were different than those of the political party.
“The American Conservative has long been at the forefront of our fight against the encroachment of government in our lives, and we will not let the party that is so often labeled ‘the enemy of the people’ continue to dominate our political landscape,” the statement read.
The American Heritage Foundation, which is funded by conservative billionaires Charles and David Koch, is the parent organization of the American Conservatives.
The conservative group was founded in 1775 in Philadelphia by William Buckley, who was later elected president and a congressman.
It became a major player in the American political scene and has been a leader in conservative politics in the U.S. since the 1950s.
The group is also known for its work fighting the civil rights movement.
The Trump administration has said the group would not be affected by the administration’s decision.
“We are disappointed that the Trump Administration will no longer have the ability to impose its agenda on our organization and its members.
Our work in support of our Constitution and our free speech has never been in any way diminished, and the American Heritage Foundations continued commitment to our principles will continue,” the organization said.