Michelle is a blogger, syndicated columnist, author, and Fox News Channel contributor. She started her newspaper journalism career at the Los Angeles Daily News in 1992, moved to the Seattle Times in 1995, and has been penning nationally syndicated newspaper columns for Creators Syndicate since 1999. She has written four books: Invasion: How America Still Welcomes Terrorists, Criminals, and Other Foreign Menaces to Our Shores; In Defense of Internment: The Case for Racial Profiling in World War II and the War on Terror; Unhinged: Exposing Liberals Gone Wild; and Culture of Corruption: Obama and His Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks, and Cronies. She is a Philly-born, South Jersey-raised alumna of Holy Spirit HS and Oberlin College, and lives with her husband and two children in the Colorado Springs, Col., area.
Since his first campaign for Congress in 1998, Jim DeMint has proven to be a principled leader that has fought to secure South Carolina’s and America’s future.
Elected as South Carolina’s 55th senator in 2004, DeMint quickly established himself as one of the most effective conservative leaders in Washington, seeking to enact innovative solutions to improve America for future generations. He has been a tireless advocate for smaller government and individual liberty.
In late 2006, he was elected as chairman of the Senate Steering Committee, which is comprised of the majority of Republican senators and works to advance conservative legislation. In 2012, he announced his retirement from the Senate in order to replace Ed Feulner as the president of the Heritage Foundation.
DeMint and his wife, Debbie, reside in Greenville, South Carolina and are the proud parents of four married children. They are also greatly enjoying their new role as grandparents.
Edwin J. Feulner’s leadership as President of The Heritage Foundation has transformed the think tank from a small policy shop into America’s powerhouse of conservative ideas and what the New York Times calls “the Parthenon of the conservative metropolis.” Under Feulner, Heritage’s presence in Washington grew from a nine-member staff working out of a rented office on Capitol Hill in 1977 to a 275-person organization occupying three office buildings near the U.S. Capitol today.
Feulner’s leadership has been internationally recognized. The Daily Telegraph (UK) named him one of the 100 most influential conservatives in America in 2007 and 2010. In a 2009 Forbes magazine article, Karl Rove ranked Feulner the 6th most powerful conservative in Washington. That same year, he was featured by the Fox News Channel on Fox News Sunday as host Chris Wallace’s “Power Player of the Week.” In July 2010, he was included in Townhall magazine’s list of “the 100 Americans the Left hates most.”
He is the former President and current Treasurer of the Mont Pelerin Society; he has served as a Trustee and former Chairman of the Board of ISI; a Board Member of the National Chamber Foundation; a Board Member of the Institut d’ Etudes Politiques; a member of the Board of Trustees of Regis University in Denver; and President of the Philadelphia Society, of which he is a Distinguished Member. Feulner is a member of the Advisory Board of the Public Diplomacy Collaborative at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. He is past Director of the Sequoia Bank, the Council for National Policy, the Acton Institute, the International Republican Institute, the American Council on Germany, the Lehrman Institute, and George Mason University. He is a longtime officer and director of three grant-making foundations: the Sarah Scaife Foundation, the Aequus Institute, and the Thomas A. Roe Foundation.
He served as the Public Member (Ambassador) of the U.S. Delegation to the United Nations Second Special Session on Disarmament in New York, as a consultant for domestic policy to President Reagan, and as an adviser to several government departments and agencies.
He graduated from Regis University with a bachelor’s degree in English, and received an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business in 1964. He later attended Georgetown University and the London School of Economics, and then earned a doctorate degree at the University of Edinburgh in 1981.
Feulner is the author of eight books: The American Spirit (2012), Getting America Right (2006), Leadership for America (2000), Intellectual Pilgrims (1999), The March of Freedom (1998), Conservatives Stalk the House (1983), Looking Back (1981) and Trading with the Communists (1968).
Feulner also pens a weekly column that appears regularly in dozens of newspapers and Web sites across the country. He and his wife, Linda, have two grown children, Edwin J. Feulner III and Emily V. Lown, and three grandchildren. They live in Alexandria, Va.
Ron Johnson is a senator from Wisconsin. In 1977, after graduating from the University of Minnesota with a BSB-Accounting degree, he married his wife Jane, and started working as an accountant at Jostens. He also continued his education by enrolling in an MBA night program.
In July of 1979, Ron and Jane moved to Oshkosh to start a business with Jane’s brother. The company -PACUR- began producing plastic sheet for packaging and printing applications. From operating the equipment, to keeping the company books, and selling its products, Ron has been involved in every function of the business. It is this body of experience and private sector perspective that he now brings to the Senate.
Ron came to Washington because the federal government is bankrupting America. Ron’s manufacturing background has taught him to attack the root cause of a problem, not mere symptoms. Ron serves on the committees on Appropriations, Budget, Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs and Aging. He resides in Oshkosh, Wisconsin with his wife Jane. They have three children.
Jason Lewis has returned to the Twin Cities and is on KTLK-FM weekdays 4-7 p.m. He was on the air at WBT in Charlotte, N.C. While in Charlotte, he was listed as one of “The Heavy Hundred 2005″ by Talkers Magazine. He has been named by the magazine as one of the top 100 most important talk show hosts in the nation.
Prior to WBT, Jason spent ten years at Hubbard Broadcasting in Minneapolis, where he was rated number one.
Lewis earned his Masters of Arts Degree in Political Science at the University of Colorado-Denver and his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education/Business at the University of Northern Iowa. He also completed the Series 7 General Securities Examination requirement from the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD). In 1990, he was the Republican nominee for the United States Congress from Colorado’s Second District.
Lewis has been twice featured in ABC Radio’s “The Year in Talk” and has also been a substitute host for Rush Limbaugh. He’s been quoted in the Washington Post and has written editorials for newspapers throughout the country, including the Wall Street Journal. Lewis has also appeared on such nationally broadcast television programs as NBC’s Today Show, CNN, Fox News Channel, MSNBC and CNBC.
John R. Lott, Jr. is an economist who has held research and/or teaching positions at the University of Chicago, Yale University, Stanford, UCLA, Wharton, and Rice and was the chief economist at the United States Sentencing Commission during 1988 and 1989. He has published over 100 articles in academic journals. He also is the author of seven books including three editions of “More Guns, Less Crime,” “Freedomnomics,” and “The Bias Against Guns.” Lott is a FoxNews.com contributor and a weekly columnist for them. Opinion pieces by Lott have appeared in such places as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, USA Today, and The Chicago Tribune. He has appeared on such television programs as the ABC and NBC National Evening News broadcasts, Fox News, The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, and the Today Show. He received his Ph.D. in economics from UCLA in 1984.
George Holding grew up in Raleigh and attended Wake Forest University, where he majored in Classics. After earning a Bachelor of Arts degree, he studied law at Wake Forest University School of Law. During law school, he met his future wife, Lucy Herriott. Holding clerked for U.S. District Judge Terrence Boyle and practiced law with Kilpatrick Stockton in Raleigh.
In 1998, Holding left the practice of law to serve as legislative counsel to U.S. Sen. Jesse Helms in Washington. In 2002, Holding joined the U.S. Attorney’s office for the Eastern District of North Carolina. In September 2006, Holding was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the U.S. Attorney. His priorities included prosecution of child pornography, drug offense, violent felons, and political corruption. Holding prosecuted a U.S. Congressman, a state judge, a state senator, a state representative, and several sheriffs for political corruption. After Barack Obama won the presidency, Holding was asked to remain in office to complete ongoing public corruption investigations. When Holding left office the average sentence in drug trafficking cases in eastern North Carolina was well above the national average. He indicted eight defendants for conspiring to promote terrorist attacks in the United States and abroad and convicted a number of child pornographers, several of whom were sentenced to more than 100 years in prison.
On January 3, 2013, Holding was sworn in as the Representative for North Carolina’s 13th Congressional District. He serves on the Judiciary Committee and the Foreign Affairs Committee.
George and his wife Lucy have four children – three daughters and one son – and are members of Christ Baptist Church in Raleigh.
Congresswoman Renee Ellmers was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in November of 2010 and is currently serving her second term representing the second district of North Carolina.
For more than twenty-one years before being elected to Congress, Mrs. Ellmers served as a registered nurse, focusing on surgical care as Clinical Director of the Trinity Wound Care Center.
Congresswoman Ellmers never saw herself as a politician, nor dreamed that she would be elected to federal office, but felt the call to action as she saw her industry and life’s work coming under attack. In 2009, she and her husband attended a town hall meeting on President Obama’s health care plan and came away distraught over the government’s impending takeover of patients’ rights and access to health care.
After being elected to her second term in 2012, Congresswoman Ellmers was appointed to the House Energy and Commerce Committee where she serves on the Health, Communications and Technology, and Oversight and Investigations Subcommittees. She will use these positions to be a powerful voice for her constituents while holding firm to her principles of cutting wasteful spending, rolling back harmful government regulations, and giving small businesses and entrepreneurs the ability to succeed and prosper.
Artur Davis, an honors graduate of Harvard University and Harvard Law School, began his career in public service as a highly successful federal prosecutor, winning convictions in nearly 100 percent of his cases. He represented the 7th District of Alabama for eight years in the United States House of Representatives, from 2003 to 2010, where he earned recognition as an independent minded, conservative Democrat who regularly broke ranks with his party on economic, social and national security issues. At the same time, he was regarded as an accomplished and successful legislator, who was named one of the 10 Outstanding Congressmen by Esquire Magazine in 2008 and was a repeat winner of the Chamber of Commerce Spirit of Enterprise Award. In 2010, after an unsuccessful race for the governorship of Alabama, Davis relocated to Virginia and entered the private sector, where he currently serves on the board of directors of Huntingdon Ingalls Industries. In 2012, Davis formally joined the Republican Party, and served as an active surrogate for the party and the Romney for President campaign. He continues to be a much sought after speaker, runs his own blog analyzing public issues, and has been published in leading conservative journals, including National Review and Commentary.
James O’Keefe, the president of Project Veritas, a non-profit organization dedicated to training video muckrakers nationwide. James’ investigations expose corruption and malfeasance in major taxpayer-funded institutions, including ACORN, Planned Parenthood, NJEA, NPR, Medicaid, Organizing for America, and State Election Divisions.
In 2012, Project Veritas focused on election and voter fraud. Their investigations in Vermont, Minnesota, Texas, Washington DC, New York, New Jersey, and Colorado were the impetus for law changes across the country.
In addition, several campaign directors either resigned or were terminated shamefully from their positions after being caught in fraudulent conversations with undercover reporters. In addition to his own undercover investigations, James is committed to empowering the next generation of citizen journalists. From student newspaper editors to bloggers to video producers to journalists, enterprising muckrakers across the country look to James for inspiration, advice, and encouragement. Through Project Veritas, James has personally trained and equipped dozens of citizen journalists in an effort to create transparency in government spending. James is a graduate of Rutgers University. He has received a Congressional Resolution praising him for his work and is a recipient of the Robert Novak Award for Journalistic Excellence. He has also been named “Fox News Power Player of the Week” twice by Chris Wallace.
Phil Berger is the President Pro Tempore of the North Carolina Senate, and the first Republican Senate leader in more than a century. He represents the state’s 26th Senate district, which includes Guilford and Rockingham counties.
Senator Berger was first elected in 2000. He rose to Senate minority leader in 2004, and was elected President Pro Tem in January following the November elections that put Republicans in charge of the legislature for the first time since the 19th century.
Senator Berger earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Averett College, and a law degree from Wake Forest University. He lives with his wife, Pat, in Eden, where he practices law. He has three children – Kevin, Phil Jr., and Ashley – and four grandchildren.
Currently serving as the Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives, Thom has demonstrated an ability to work across the aisle to pass important legislation, and has established a solid reputation for professionalism and honesty.
Thom and his wife, Susan, and their children Lindsay and Ryan, live in North Mecklenburg. Thom and his family relocated from Fairfax, Virginia to Cornelius in 1998. Thom was elected to the North Carolina House of Representatives in 2006 and he has distinguished himself as a hard-working representative in the legislature. At the end of his freshman term in 2008, Thom was elected the House Republican Whip, one of two elected leadership positions in the House Caucus. In 2009, Thom was the highest rated (#1) legislator for promoting a business-friendly environment among the 120 members of the NC House.
Thom left IBM in 2009 to focus his attention on serving in the NC House of Representatives, and leading the 2010 House Republican Caucus Campaign Committee. Thom was an executive with IBM Corporation where he led a management consulting practice focused on the financial services industry. Prior to joining IBM in 2002, Thom was a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, one of the world’s largest accounting and management consulting firms. Thom’s 22-year career in technology and management consulting has provided him with a deep understanding of fiscal management, policy making, and transformation of complex organizations. Thom’s experience includes responsibility for executing large-scale complex information technology and business improvement projects.
Justice Paul Newby
Paul Martin Newby was born in Asheboro, N.C. He received his B.A. degree in Public Policy Studies from Duke University and law degree from UNC-Chapel Hill School of Law. Justice Newby has served on the Supreme Court of North Carolina since 2004. Justice Newby is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Campbell University, where he teaches courses on state constitutional law and appellate practice. The North Carolina Bar Association honored Justice Newby in 2011 with its Citizen Lawyer Award and in 2012 he received its John McNeill Smith, Jr. Award, recognizing his work in the area of constitutional rights and responsibilities. Justice Newby has travelled across North Carolina, meeting with students and civic groups to discuss the Supreme Court and the role of the judiciary.
Justice Newby is an Eagle Scout and actively serves the Boy Scouts. He is the recipient of the Heroism Award for rescuing nine people from a riptide, the God and Service Award, the Silver Beaver Award, and the Scouter of the Year Award. Recently, Justice Newby was designated a Distinguished Eagle Scout, a national honor that recognizes both his service to the Boy Scouts and his dedication to public service. Justice Newby has been married to Macon Tucker Newby since 1983, and they have four children.
Israel Ortega serves as The Heritage Foundation’s chief spokesman to Spanish-language news media, including print, radio, television and online. And as editor of Heritage’s sister website, Libertad (libertad.org), Ortega is responsible both for the content and for marketing it to a variety of audiences, including media, coalitions and legislators.
Ortega regularly contributes commentary to prominent Spanish-language newspapers and online publications. He is a frequent guest commentator on major Spanish radio and television outlets, including Univision, Telemundo and CNN International, discussing Heritage’s research and analysis across a range of policy fronts. He has appeared on Fox News Channel and Fox Business Channel discussing policy issues, particularly as they relate to Hispanics in the United States.
Ortega writes a monthly column for El Diario La Prensa, the largest and oldest Spanish-language publication in New York City. His work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal as well as digital venues such as National Review Online, Real Clear Politics, the Daily Caller, the Huffington Post and Fox News Latino.
Before joining Heritage in January 2007, he was a Capitol Hill staffer for five years — including a stint as a legislative aide to Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.), who became ranking member of the House International Relations Committee. He also worked as a press aide to Rep. Deborah Pryce (R-Ohio), chairman of the House Republican Conference and fourth-ranking Republican in the 108th and 109th Congresses.
Daniel Garza has more than two decades of both public and private sector experience managing media and public relations, directing corporate projects, and working at all levels of government. He currently serves as the Executive Director of The LIBRE Initiative, a national organization dedicated to informing and mobilizing Hispanics in the effort to restore economic freedom and reign in counterproductive government intervention.
Mr. Garza is a former White House staffer who served in the Bush Administration and also worked as co-producer and host of Agenda Washington, a Spanish language news/interview weekly television program that covered state, economic, political and social issues impacting the U.S. Hispanic community. In addition, Daniel served as a former Congressional Staff Assistant for U.S. Congressman Richard “Doc” Hastings before he was elected as Councilman for the City of Toppenish, Washington in 1996. Daniel was appointed in 2001 by the Bush Administration to serve as Deputy Director of External and Intergovernmental Affairs in the Office of the Secretary at the Department of the Interior. In 2004, he was appointed as Associate Director of the Office of Public Liaison in the White House before moving on to work for Televisa in 2006, as President of HISPANIC and PODER Group where he oversaw the editorial, commercial, and promotional aspects of HISPANIC, Hispanic Trends, PODER and Tu Dinero magazines.
Born in the Central Valley of California, Daniel’s family would migrate annually from his ancestral hometown of Garza Gonzales, Nuevo Leon in Mexico throughout California, Nebraska and the State of Washington as they followed the crop season as farm workers. He currently resides in McAllen, TX with his wife and three children.
For two decades, Brett Healy has played an influential role in policy debates on issues ranging from education reform to tax and fiscal issues. As a former Chief of Staff to the Speaker of the Wisconsin State Assembly and later as an advocate for School Choice, Healy has been on the front lines of the most controversial and innovative public policy debates in the nation. Now, as the President of the MacIver Institute, Healy has leveraged his experience and relationships with the decision makers and opinion leaders throughout the state–to position MacIver as a credible and influential thought
leader. In three short years Healy has directed MacIver to become one of the most reliable sources for research, news and analysis regarding free market issues in Wisconsin.
MacIver’s work has been covered by The Drudge Report, Rush Limbaugh, Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, The Wall Street Journal and nearly every media outlet in the state. MacIver’s research on the Wisconsin educational landscape and labor reforms is unparalleled, and Healy’s MacIver Institute has broken news stories and provided analysis that helped bring the debate over the size, scope and cost of Government into focus. In 2011, The MacIver Institute video, Fake Doctors’ Notes, beat out international competition to win the Grand Prize at the Atlas Foundation’s ‘Lights, Camera Liberty!’ Film Festival. In 2012, The MacIver Institute was awarded the first-ever Network Award at the State Policy Network’s annual meeting for its work in defense of free markets.
Mike Gonzalez, vice president of communications for The Heritage Foundation, spent close to 20 years as a journalist, 15 of them reporting from Europe and Asia. He left journalism to join the administration of President George W. Bush, where he helped explain fiscal and foreign policy to U.S. and overseas audiences, first at the Securities and Exchange Commission and then at the State Department.
Gonzalez, who joined Heritage as communications chief in March 2009, is responsible for day-to-day messaging and media relations across domestic and foreign policy fronts, as well as for internal communications. He oversees four divisions that comprise the three mass media of the 21st century: print, broadcast and digital, as well as an investigative reporting center.
Gonzalez holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Boston’s Emerson College and an MBA from Columbia Business School. Fluent in Spanish and French, he reads Italian and Portuguese. He and his wife, Siobhan, live in Bethesda with their three children.
Karin Agness is the director of academic programs at the American Enterprise Institute. In that capacity, she works to connect college students across the country with the public policy research and expertise of AEI scholars. Prior to joining AEI, she practiced law at Wiley Rein LLP in Washington, D.C. In 2011, she was selected for the Forbes 30 under 30 list for Law and Policy.
Hans Von Spakovsky
Hans von Spakovsky is a senior legal fellow in The Heritage Foundation’s Center for Legal and Judicial Studies. Spakovsky researches and writes about aspects of election law such as campaign finance, voter fraud and voter identification as well as registration and equipment issues. He is the co-author with John Fund of the new book “Who’s Counting?: How Fraudsters and Bureaucrats Put Your Vote at Risk” (Encounter Books, 2012).
Before joining Heritage in 2008, von Spakovsky served two years as a member of the Federal Election Commission, the authority charged with enforcing campaign finance laws for congressional and presidential elections, including public funding. Previously, von Spakovsky worked at the Justice Department as counsel to the assistant attorney general for civil rights.
A former litigator, in-house counsel and senior corporate officer in the insurance industry, von Spakovsky worked on tort reform and civil justice issues there for more than a decade. He has served on the Board of Advisors of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission and on the Fulton County (Ga.) Board of Registrations and Elections. He is vice chairman of the Fairfax County (Va.) Electoral Board and a former member of the Virginia Advisory Board to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
Before starting his consulting career, Dr. Daughtry worked as a clinical psychologist and later as an executive in clinical organizations. After graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1971, Dr. Daughtry earned his Ph.D. in psychology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 1979.
Tim has a long history in conservative politics as a volunteer and official in his local Republican Party. Recently, he has served as a speaker and trainer for conservative groups around the country as well as for elected officials at the local, state, and federal levels. He has been a guest on Fox and Friends and on nationally syndicated radio shows such as those hosted by Dennis Miller, Monica Crowley, Jason Lewis, Mike Huckabee, Steve Deace, and others. His opinion pieces have appeared in Townhall, Breitbart, The Blaze, American Thinker, wnd.com, Lucianne.com, Whistleblower Magazine, and the Washington Times.
In March, 2010, he founded Concord Bridge Consulting along with Dr. Gary Casselman as a resource for mainstream Americans who are attempting to restore legitimate constitutional government in the United States. Their book, Waking the Sleeping Giant: How Mainstream Americans Can Beat Liberals at Their Own Game, published in March 2012, offers practical guidance and methods to help to the growing grassroots conservative movement.
Dan Forest is the first Republican Lt. Governor to be elected in North Carolina in over 20 years, and only the second since 1897. Dan is a registered architect. He and his wife, Alice, reside in Raleigh with their four children, ages 7 to 19. After receiving two degrees from the University of North Carolina Charlotte (UNCC), Dan became a leader in the business community having served as Office President and Senior Partner of the state’s largest architectural firm Little Diversified Architectural Consulting.
Dan remains active in his community and church, and is the founder and former president of the Triangle Leadership Forum. He is also a former member of the Heritage Foundation’s Presidents Club and previously served on the NC Community Board for Heritage. He is the former chairman of the board of the Wake Forest Pregnancy Support Services. Dan enjoys coaching youth sports, and has coached numerous football, baseball and basketball teams in Raleigh. In his spare time, he enjoys anything that includes spending time with his wife and kids.
Terence Grado is the Director of National and State Policy at Generation Opportunity, a national, non-partisan organization advocating for Millennials ages 18-29. Before joining Generation Opportunity, Grado was Co-Chairman of the College Republican National Committee. He previously served as legislative aide and campaign coordinator for New Jersey Assemblywoman Nancy F. Muñoz. Grado also interned for state Senator Steven V. Oroho, the Assembly Republican Office in the New Jersey State House, and Princeton Public Affairs. He is a 2009 graduate of The College of New Jersey (TCNJ), where he double majored in Political Science and Philosophy.
Connie Mackey is President of the FRCAction PAC. Previously Connie served as the Senior Vice President of FRCAction and Vice President for Government Affairs for the Family Research Council for a period of four years.
As VP for Government Affairs, Connie directed the daily affairs of an active government relations department in the leading pro-family public policy organization in Washington, D.C. Prior to beginning work with FRC, Mrs. Mackey was a consultant to clients including Attorney General John Ashcroft’s Senate campaign. She also was the Senior Deputy Campaign Manager for the Bauer 2000 presidential campaign as well as Executive Director of Mr. Bauer’s political action committee, the Campaign for Working Families.
From 1995 to 1997, Mrs. Mackey was Director of Finance for Pat Buchanan’s presidential campaign and prior to that served in the same capacity on Buchanan’s non-profit organization, American Cause. In 1990, she began a three year stint as a Bush appointee in the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). Mrs. Mackey’s vast political career began with the election of Ronald Reagan in 1980. From 1981 to 1989, she was President Reagan’s White House Director of Student Correspondence.
Mrs. Mackey is married to John Mackey, an attorney with the International Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill, and has two married daughters and two granddaughters.
In the 35 years since Bill graduated from MIT he has been a scientist, an engineer, a product manager, a salesman, a consultant, an entrepreneur, an author, a technology evangelist, a father, and a venture capitalist. His early career on high-tech’s bleeding edge included the development of first generation electronic newspapers, home banking, home shopping, cable modems, multi-user videogames, wireless LANs, and wireless email, all of which became a success – for someone else a decade later. His subsequent 15 years as a venture capital investor working with early stage telecom, semiconductor, and biotech startups allowed him to add a few layers of scar tissue to his existing collection.
In 2008 Bill began writing weekly columns for RealClearMarkets, and in 2011 Bio-IT World and Forbes.com, earning a nod as a finalist for the 2011 Hoiles Prize for excellence in American journalism. He also joined the Competitive Enterprise Institute as a Fellow in Technology and Entrepreneurship. There he and his compatriots endeavor to slow the growth of the regulatory leviathan in the futile hope that this will reduce the rate at which things are getting worse. Bill recently became a regular contributor the Huffington Post where his stated mission is to “Dive into the monkey-house to stir up the inmates.”
Bill is a frequent guest on CNBC, FOX, The Blaze and CBN News where he is challenged to reduce complex economic and policy issues into thirty second sound bites. On rare occasions the BCC, NPR, or local Cable TV gives him a few more minutes to develop a theme.