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Number of results: 2707

Jose Cardenas
Associate
Vision Americas
1200 19th Street NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-626-6250
E-mail: jrc@visionamericas.com
Web site: www.visionamericas.com
Issues
  • International relations/organizations
Barry M. Aarons
Research Fellow
Institute for Policy Innovation
1320 Greenway Drive, Suite 820
Irving, TX 75038
United States

Phone: 972-874-5139
Fax: 972-874-5144
E-mail: aarons1231@aol.com
Web site: www.ipi.org
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Right to work
  • Polling
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • -- Labor (in general)
  • Public school financing and administration
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Health care reform
  • Conservative thought
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Environmental regulation
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Air/air pollution
  • Comparative government
  • Government waste
  • Regulatory reform
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • State and local government
  • Term limits
  • Initiative and referendum
Alden F. Abbott
Deputy Director and Senior Legal Fellow, Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies
The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-546-4400
E-mail: alden.abbott@heritage.org
Web site: www.heritage.org
Issues
  • Trade
  • -- Commerce and infrastructure (in general)
  • Public interest law
  • Federalism
  • Anti-trust
  • -- Crime, justice, and the law (in general)
  • -- Governing (in general)
  • Judiciary
Leanne J. Abdnor
President
For Our Grandchildren
128 Iroquois Drive
Boulder, CO 80303
United States

Phone: 303-494-0280
Fax: 303-494-0280
E-mail: abdnor@forourgrandchildren.org
Web site: www.forourgrandchildren.org
Issues
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • Entitlement spending
  • Social Security and retirement
Sherzod Abdukadirov
Research Fellow
Mercatus Center
3434 Washington Boulevard, Fourth Floor
Arlington , VA 22201
United States

Phone: 703-993-9676
E-mail: sabdukad@gmu.edu
Web site: www.mercatus.org
Issues
  • Economic theory
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
James Abernathy
General Counsel
Freedom Foundation
P.O. Box 552
Olympia, WA 98507
United States

Phone: 360-956-3482
Fax: 360-352-1874
E-mail: jabernathy@myfreedomfoundation.com
Web site: www.myfreedomfoundation.com
Issues
  • Religious freedom
Gerard AbiAssaf
Senior Young Diplomat Lebanon Field Officer
Our Lady of Hope/St. Rafka
2459 South Chase Ln
Lakewood, CO 80227
United States

Phone: 720-467-3242
E-mail: gerardbiassaf1@gmail.com
Issues
  • Religion and public life
Henry J. Abraham
Professor Emeritus
University of Virginia
250 Pantops Mountain Road Apartment 4311
Charlottesville, VA 22911-8686
United States

Phone: 434-972-2482
Fax: 434-924-3359
E-mail: hja@virginia.edu
Issues
  • Human Rights
  • Congress
  • Church-state relations
  • Religious freedom
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Constitutional law
  • Free speech
  • Comparative government
  • American history and political tradition
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • The American founding
  • Executive branch/the presidency
  • Initiative and referendum
  • Judiciary
Jane Abraham
General Chairman
Susan B. Anthony List
1800 North Kent Street, Suite 1070
Arlington, VA 22209
United States

Phone: 703-875-3370
E-mail: info@sba-list.org
Web site: www.sba-list.org
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Polling
  • Family and children
  • Congress
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
  • Adoption, foster care, and child care services
  • Electoral reform/voting rights
  • Constitutional law
  • Non-governmental organizations
Theodore David Abram
Executive Director
American Institute for Full Employment
2636 Biehn Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
United States

Phone: 541-273-6731
Fax: 541-273-6496
E-mail: teda@hirecalling.com
Web site: www.fullemployment.org
Issues
  • Welfare/Welfare Reform
  • Social Security and retirement
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Poverty and dependency
Elliott Abrams
Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies
Council on Foreign Relations
1777 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006
United States

Phone: 202-509-8472
E-mail: AArchuleta@cfr.org
Web site: www.cfr.org
Issues
  • Middle East
Charles M. Achilles
Professor, Education Leadership, College of Education
Eastern Michigan University
314 Porter
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
United States

Phone: 734-487-7120 Ext 2679
Fax: 315-789-9332
E-mail: charles.achilles@emich.edu
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • Public school financing and administration
  • Federal education policy
  • Education unions and teacher choice
Cathie L. Adams
President
Texas Eagle Forum
PO Box 795354
Dallas, TX 75379
United States

Phone: 972-250-0734
Fax: 972-380-6722
E-mail: cathieadams@me.com
Web site: www.texaseagle.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TexasEagleForum
Issues
  • United Nations
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • Religion and public life
  • State-sponsored gambling
  • Right-to-life issues
  • -- Family (in general)
Chad Adams
Vice President, Development
John Locke Foundation
200 West Morgan Street, Suite 200
Raleigh, NC 27601
United States

Phone: 919-828-3876
Fax: 919-821-5117
E-mail: cadams@johnlocke.org
Web site: www.johnlocke.org
Issues
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Initiative and referendum
  • Unfunded mandates
Jefferson Adams
Adda Bozeman Chair in International Relations and Professor, Department of History
Sarah Lawrence College
One Meadway
Bronxville, NY 10708
United States

Phone: 914-395-2446
Fax: 914-395-2663
E-mail: jadams@mail.slc.edu
Issues
  • Intelligence gathering/covert operations
  • Western Europe
Mark Adams
Director of Regulatory Reform
Illinois Policy Institute
190 South LaSalle Street, Suite 1500
Chicago, IL 60603
United States

Phone: 312-346-5700
Fax: 312-346-5755
E-mail: madams@illinoispolicyinstitute.org
Web site: www.illinoispolicy.org
Issues
  • Regulatory budgeting
  • Regulatory reform
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
David S. Addington
Senior Vice President, General Counsel, and Chief Legal Officer
National Federation of Independent Business
1201 F St NW Suite 200
Washington, DC 20004
United States

Issues
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Regulation through litigation
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • -- Commerce and infrastructure (in general)
  • Government debt
  • Regulatory budgeting
  • Regulatory reform
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Personnel policies
  • -- National security (in general)
  • Executive branch/the presidency
  • Defense budget
  • Initiative and referendum
  • Judiciary
John T. Addison
Professor of Economics
Queen's University Belfast
25 University Square
Belfast, BT7 1NN, Northern Ireland,
United Kingdom

E-mail: ecceaddi@moore.sc.edu
Issues
  • Labor
Carol Adelman
Director, Center for Global Prosperity
Hudson Institute
1201 Pennsylvania Ave NW #400
Washington, DC 20004
United States

Phone: 202-223-7770
Fax: 202-223-8537
E-mail: carola@hudsondc.org
Web site: www.hudson.org
Issues
  • Government health programs
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • United Nations
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
Ken L. Adelman
Vice-President
Movers and Shakespeares
1601 Claredon Blvd. Suite 1501
Arlington, VA 22207
United States

Phone: 703-525-0100
E-mail: adelmans@moversandshakespeares.com
Web site: www.moversandshakespeares.com
Issues
  • Intelligence gathering/covert operations
  • Terrorism and international crime
  • Missile defense
  • Arms control
  • United Nations
  • Readiness/manpower
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
Douglas K. Adie
Professor of Economics
Ohio University
PO Box 500
Athens, OH 45701
United States

Phone: 740-593-2040
Fax: 740-593-0181
E-mail: adie@ohio.edu
Issues
  • Minimum wage
  • Money and financial services
  • American history and political tradition
  • The American founding
  • Regulatory reform
  • Privatization/contracting-out
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
Jonathan H. Adler
Professor, School of Law, and Director, Center for Business Law and Regulation
Case Western Reserve University
11075 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106-7148
United States

Phone: 216-368-2535
Fax: 216-368-2086
E-mail: jha5@case.edu
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Fossil fuels
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Constitutional law
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Waste/waste management
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Regulatory budgeting
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Regulatory reform
  • Property rights
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Other energy options
  • -- Governing (in general)
Mary Cunningham Agee
Executive Director
The Nurturing Network
1733 Fir Hill
Saint Helena, CA 94574
United States

Phone: 707-963-3393
Fax: 707-963-9881
E-mail: mcagee@msn.com
Issues
  • Ethics
  • Family and children
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
  • Adoption, foster care, and child care services
  • Media and popular culture
  • Philanthropy
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Religion and public life
James D. Agresti
President
Just Facts
641 Shunpike Rd #286
Chatham, NJ 07928
United States

Phone: 973-539-5280 Ext 7
E-mail: jim@justfacts.com
Web site: www.justfacts.com
Issues
  • Government debt
  • Entitlement spending
  • Social Security and retirement
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Constitutional law
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • Religion and public life
  • Agriculture
  • Second Amendment
  • Unfunded mandates
  • Right-to-life issues
John Agresto
John Agresto and Associates
417 San Antonio
Santa Fe, NM 87505
United States

Phone: 505-983-9625
E-mail: jagresto@newmexico.com
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Arts, humanities and historic resources
  • Conservative thought
  • Higher education
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Constitutional law
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • American history and political tradition
  • The American founding
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • -- Crime, justice, and the law (in general)
  • Middle East
  • -- Education (in general)
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • -- Political thought (in general)
Maria Sophia Aguirre
Professor of Economics
Catholic University of America
620 Michigan Ave.
309 McMahon Hall
Washington, DC 20064
United States

Phone: 202-319-4957
Fax: 202-319-4429
E-mail: aguirre@cua.edu
Web site: faculty.cua.edu/aguirre
Issues
  • International finance and multilateral banks
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Family and children
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • United Nations
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Marriage and family structure
  • The Economy
  • Latin America
  • International organizations
Robert B. Aguirre
President and CEO
Catholic Community Foundation
8122 Datapoint Drive, Suite 804
San Antonio, TX 78229
United States

Phone: 210-732-2157
Fax: 210-732-2159
E-mail: rba@onr.com
Web site: www.ccftx.org
Issues
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
James C. W. Ahiakpor
Professor, Department of Economics
California State University, East Bay
25800 Carlos Bee Boulevard
VBT 334
Hayward, CA 94542
United States

Phone: 510-885-3137
Fax: 510-885-4796
E-mail: james.ahiakpor@csueastbay.edu
Web site: http://www20.csueastbay.edu/
Issues
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Economic education
  • Money and financial services
  • Economic theory
  • Africa
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • The Economy
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
Imad-ad-Dean Ahmad
President
Minaret of Freedom Institute
4323 Rosedale Avenue
Bethesda, MD 20814
United States

Phone: 301-907-0947
Fax: 301-654-4846
E-mail: ahmad@minaret.org
Web site: www.minaret.org
Issues
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Ethics
  • Human Rights
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Church-state relations
  • Religious freedom
  • Terrorism and international crime
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Comparative economics
  • Property rights
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • Adoption, foster care, and child care services
  • Middle East
  • Religion and public life
Khalil Ahmad
Executive Director
Alternate Solutions Institute
12-34/G Nafeerabad
Shalimar Town, Baghbanpura
Lahore - 54920,
Pakistan

E-mail: khalil@asinstitute.org
Web site: www.asinstitute.org

Lecture Languages: Urdu
Translation Languages: Urdu
Issues
  • Economics of development
  • Education
  • Government
  • Privatization/deregulation
  • Terrorism
  • Justice/crime
Nizam Ahmad
Director
Liberal Bangla
NEG 2-A, Road 84
Gulshan-2
Dhaka 1212,
Bangladesh

E-mail: nizam_moer@yahoo.com
Web site: www.free-bangla-market.org
Issues
  • Democratic institutions/elections
  • Economics of development
  • Fiscal policy/taxation
  • Government
  • Privatization/deregulation
  • Health care
  • International trade and financial institutions
Swaminathan Anklesaria Aiyar
Research Fellow
Cato Institute
2930 Arizona Avenue
Washington, DC 20016
United States

Phone: 202-362-2318
Fax: 202-362-2317
E-mail: swamiaiyar@yahoo.com
Web site: swaminomics.org
Issues
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Comparative economics
  • South Asia
  • Nuclear energy
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • -- Energy (in general)
Keli'i Akina Ph.D.
President & CEO
Grassroot Institute of Hawaii
1314 South King Street Suite 1163
Honolulu, HI 96814-1946
United States

Phone: 808-591-9193
E-mail: akina@grassrootinstitute.org
Web site: www.grassrootinstitute.org
Issues
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Discretionary spending
  • State/local public finance
  • Government waste
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Government debt
  • -- Commerce and infrastructure (in general)
  • Federal budget
  • Entitlement spending
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • Privatization/contracting-out
  • -- Education (in general)
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • -- Governing (in general)
  • -- Family (in general)
M. Gene Aldridge
President and CEO
World Marketing, Inc.
536 La Melodia Drive
Las Cruces, NM 88011-7050
United States

Phone: 505-640-3447
E-mail: mga@zianet.com
Web site: www.zianet.com/nmiri
Issues
  • International finance and multilateral banks
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Health care reform
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • Higher education
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Poverty and dependency
  • Free speech
  • Immigration
  • Comparative economics
  • The American founding
  • Media and popular culture
  • Mexico
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • International organizations
  • Latin America
Benjamin Alexander
Professor, English Department
Franciscan University of Steubenville
100 Franciscan
Steubenville, OH 43952
United States

Phone: 740-283-6245
Fax: 740-283-6401
E-mail: balexander@franciscan.edu
Issues
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Arts, humanities and historic resources
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Higher education
  • Federal education policy
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Media and popular culture
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
Craig Alexander
Legal Counsel
California Policy Center
24681 La Plaza
Suite 250
Dana Point, CA 92629
United States

Phone: 949-481-6400
E-mail: cpalexander@cox.net
Web site: http://californiapolicycenter.org
Issues
  • -- Crime, justice, and the law (in general)
Donald L. Alexander
Professor, Economics Department
Western Michigan University
1903 West Michigan Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5023
United States

Phone: 269-387-5526
Fax: 269-387-5637
E-mail: donald.alexander@wmich.edu
Web site: homepages.wmich.edu/~alexande/
Issues
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • Regulatory reform
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Anti-trust
Gerard Alexander Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Politics
University of Virginia
PO Box 400787
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4787
United States

Phone: 202-277-8544
E-mail: galexander@virginia.edu

Lecture Languages: Spanish, French
Issues
  • Comparative government
  • Conservative thought
  • Western Europe
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • The Reagan legacy
Lawrence Alexander
Professor of Law
University of San Diego School of Law
5998 Alcala Park
San Diego, CA 92110
United States

Phone: 619-260-2317
Fax: 619-260-4728
E-mail: larrya@sandiego.edu
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Privacy
  • Ethics
  • -- Information technology (in general)
  • Religious freedom
  • Church-state relations
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Constitutional law
  • Criminal law and procedure
  • Free speech
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Federalism
  • -- Crime, justice, and the law (in general)
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • -- Political thought (in general)
Michael Alexander
Director
Feinstein Center for American Jewish History
1515 Market Street, Suite 215
Philadelphia, PA 19102
United States

Phone: 215-204-9554
E-mail: michael.alexander@temple.edu
Web site: http://www.temple.edu/
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Terrorism and international crime
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Conservative thought
  • Welfare/Welfare Reform
  • American history and political tradition
  • Middle East
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • Religion and public life
  • The Reagan legacy
Paul Dragos Aligica
Senior Research Fellow, F.A. Hayek Program
Mercatus Center at George Mason University
3434 Washington Boulevard, 4th Floor
Arlington, VA 22201
United States

Phone: 703-993-4933
Fax: 703-993-4935
E-mail: daligica@mercatus.gmu.edu
Web site: www.mercatus.org/globalprosperity
Issues
  • Sound science
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • -- Political thought (in general)
Jeanne Allen
Senior Fellow and President Emeritus
The Center for Education Reform
1901 L Street, NW, Suite 705
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 800-521-2118
Fax: 202-822-5077
E-mail: cer@edreform.com
Web site: www.edreform.com
Issues
  • Federal education policy
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • -- Education (in general)
Richard V. Allen
Senior Fellow
Hoover Institution
1399 New York Avenue NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Phone: 202-737-2824
Fax: 202-783-0228
E-mail: rvallen@aol.com
Issues
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Northeast Asia
William B. Allen
Professor of Political Philosophy
Michigan State University
220 Trowbridge Rd.
East Lansing, MI 48824
United States

Phone: 610-519-7421
Fax: 610-519-6787
E-mail: allenwi@msu.edu
Web site: http://www.msu.edu/~allenwi

Lecture Languages: French
Translation Languages: French
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Military strategy
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Constitutional law
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • The American founding
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • -- Crime, justice, and the law (in general)
  • -- National security (in general)
  • -- Education (in general)
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • -- Governing (in general)
  • -- Family (in general)
Derek J. Allison
Senior Fellow
Fraser Institute
Fourth Floor, 1770 Burrard Street
Vancouver, B.C. V6J 3G7,
Canada

Phone: 604-688-0221
Fax: 604-688-8539
E-mail: info@fraserinstitute.org
Web site: www.fraserinstitute.org
Issues
  • Education
Dee Allsop
CEO and Managing Partner
Heart+Mind Strategies
12355 Sunrise Valley Drive Suite 340
Reston, VA 20191
United States

Phone: 703-480-1905
E-mail: dallsop@harrisinteractive.com
Web site: www.heartandmindstrategies.com
Issues
  • Polling
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • The Reagan legacy
David W. Almasi
Executive Director, Project 21
National Center for Public Policy Research
501 Capitol Court, NE, Suite 200
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-543-4110
Fax: 202-543-5975
E-mail: project21@nationalcenter.org
Web site: www.nationalcenter.org
Issues
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Regulatory reform
  • Property rights
  • Media and popular culture
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • Judiciary
Henrique S. Almeida
Coordinator
Instituto de Estudos Politicos da Universidade Catolica Portuguesa
Palma de Cima
1649-023 Lisboa,
Portugal

E-mail: imoreira@iep.ucp.pt
Web site: www.ucp.pt
Issues
  • Economics of development
William T. Alpert Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Economics
University of Connecticut
Department of Economics, University of Connecticut
One University Place
Stamford, CT 06901
United States

Phone: 203-251-8413
Fax: 203-251-8592
E-mail: alpert@uconn.edu
Web site: www.econ.uconn.edu
Issues
  • Right to work
  • Minimum wage
  • Unions
  • Philanthropy
  • Davis-Bacon Act
  • Family/medical leave
Lee J. Alston
Professor of Economics and Director, Program on Environment and Society
University of Colorado, Boulder
483 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309-0483
United States

Phone: 303-492-4257
E-mail: lee.alston@colorado.edu
Web site: www.colorado.edu/ibs/EB/alston/
Issues
  • Natural resources
  • Economic education
  • American history and political tradition
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Latin America
Robert Alt
President and Chief Executive Officer
The Buckeye Institute
88 East Broad St, Ste 1120
Columbus, OH 43215-3506
United States

Phone: 614-224-4422
Fax: 614-224-4644
E-mail: robert@buckeyeinstitute.org
Web site: www.buckeyinstitute.org
Issues
  • Intelligence gathering/covert operations
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Religious freedom
  • Church-state relations
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Constitutional law
  • Criminal law and procedure
  • Free speech
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Federalism
  • Middle East
  • -- National security (in general)
  • Electoral reform/voting rights
  • Executive branch/the presidency
  • Judiciary
Omar Hisham Altalib
Director
Minaret of Freedom Institute
4323 Rosedale Avenue
Bethesda, MD 20814
United States

Phone: 301-907-0947
Fax: 301-654-4846
E-mail: mfi@minaret.org
Web site: www.minaret.org
Issues
  • Comparative government
  • Middle East
Joao Alvelos
President of Direction
Instituto de Seguranca e Defesa
Rua Serpa Pinto, No. 17-3.o Esq. 1200-443
Lisboa,
Portugal

Phone: 213-256-722
Fax: 231-256-724
E-mail: joao.alvelos@instituto.segurancaedefesa.pt
Web site: http://www.instituto.segurancaedefesa.pt/
Issues
  • National security/alliance relations
  • International relations/organizations
  • Military/defense policy
Joao Alvelos
Rua Serpa Pinto, No. 17-3.o Esq. 1200-443
Lisboa,
Portugal

E-mail: joao.alvelos@instituto.segurancaedefesa.pt
Web site: http://www.instituto.segurancaedefesa.pt/
Issues
  • National security/alliance relations
  • Military/defense policy
Ryan C. Amacher
Professor of Economics and Public Affairs
University of Texas, Arlington
The Tower-2302
500 Throckmorton Street
Ft. Worth, TX 76102
United States

Phone: 817-272-3888
Fax: 817-468-2972
E-mail: amacher@uta.edu
Web site: www.uta.edu
Issues
  • State/local public finance
  • Higher education
  • Comparative economics
Jay Ambrose
Senior Fellow
Independence Institute
727 E. 16th Avenua
Denver, CO 80203
United States

Phone: 303-279-6536
Fax: 303-279-4176
E-mail: speaktojay@aol.com
Web site: www.i2i.org
Issues
  • Media and popular culture
Bruce N. Ames
Senior Scientist
Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute
5700 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Oakland, CA 94609-1673
United States

Phone: 510-450-7625
Fax: 510-597-7128
E-mail: bames@chori.org
Web site: www.bruceames.org
Issues
  • Government health programs
  • Aging/long-term care
  • Africa
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Agriculture
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Poverty and dependency
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Middle East
Anton Andereggen
Professor of French
Lewis and Clark College
Miller Center 306
Portland, OR 97219-7899
United States

Phone: 503-768-7426
Fax: 503-768-7434
E-mail: anton@lclark.edu
Web site: www.lclark.edu/~anton/
Issues
  • Western Europe
  • Africa
  • Bilingual education
Annelise Anderson
Senior Research Fellow
Hoover Institution
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-6010
United States

Phone: 650-723-3139
Fax: 650-723-1687
E-mail: andrsn@stanford.edu
Web site: www.hoover.org
Issues
  • The Reagan legacy
Brian C. Anderson
Editor, City Journal
Manhattan Institute for Policy Research
52 Vanderbilt Avenue
New York, NY 10017
United States

Phone: 212-599-7000
Fax: 212-599-0371
E-mail: banderson@city-journal.org
Web site: www.city-journal.org
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Ethics
  • Family and children
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Conservative thought
  • Church-state relations
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Constitutional law
  • Police, crime, and crime statistics
  • The American founding
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • Religion and public life
  • Judiciary
Carl A. Anderson
CEO and Supreme Knight
Knights of Columbus
One Columbus Plaza
New Haven, CT 06510
United States

Phone: 203-752-4351
Fax: 203-752-4118
E-mail: caa@kofc.org
Web site: www.kofc.org
Issues
  • Family and children
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Religion and public life
Chresten Anderson
President and Founder
Copenhagen Institute
Postboks 462
DK-1504 København V.,
Denmark

E-mail: ses@coin.dk
Web site: www.coin.dk
Issues
  • Economics of development
  • Environment
  • Government
Eloise Anderson
Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families
State of Wisconsin
Department of Children and Families, 201 East Washington Avenue, Second Floor, P.O. Box 8916
Madison, WI 53708
United States

Phone: 608-267-3905
Fax: 608-266-6836
E-mail: dcfweb@wisconsin.gov
Web site: www.dcf.wisconsin.gov/
Issues
  • Family and children
  • -- Labor (in general)
  • Aging/long-term care
  • Welfare/Welfare Reform
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Adoption, foster care, and child care services
  • State and local government
  • Poverty and dependency
Jeffrey Anderson Ph.D.
Senior Fellow
The Hudson Institute
1201 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Suite 400
Washington, DC 20004
United States

Phone: 202-974-2400
Fax: 202-974-2410
E-mail: janderson@hudson.org
Web site: http://www.hudson.org/
Issues
  • Medicaid
  • Government health programs
  • Health care reform
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • Medicare
Ryan T. Anderson
Senior Research Fellow, Richard and Helen DeVos Center for Religion and Civil Society
The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Avenue, Northeast
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-546-4400
E-mail: ryan.anderson@heritage.org
Web site: www.heritage.org
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Ethics
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • Welfare/Welfare Reform
  • Marriage and family structure
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • Bioethics
  • Religion and public life
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • Right-to-life issues
  • -- Family (in general)
Steven Anderson
President and CEO
Pacific Legal Foundation
930 G St.
Sacramento, CA 95814
United States

Phone: 9164197111
Fax: 703-682-9321
Issues
  • Property rights
  • Public interest law
  • Constitutional law
Terry L. Anderson
John and Jean DeNault Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, and Executive Director
Property and Environment Research Center (PERC)
2048 Analysis Drive, Suite A
Bozeman, MT 59718
United States

Phone: 406-587-9591
Fax: 406-586-7555
E-mail: tla@perc.org
Web site: www.perc.org
Issues
  • Taxation/tax reform
Eva Andrade
Executive Director
Hawaii Family Forum
6301 Pali Highway
Kaneohe, HI 96744-5224
United States

Phone: 808-230-2100
Fax: 808-230-2102
E-mail: eva@hawaiifamilyforum.org
Web site: www.hawaiifamilyforum.org
Issues
  • Family and children
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
  • Religious freedom
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Church-state relations
  • Adoption, foster care, and child care services
  • Constitutional law
  • State-sponsored gambling
John K. Andrews Jr.
Distinguished Fellow in American Thought
Centennial Institute
8787 West Alameda Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80226
United States

Phone: 303-963-3425
E-mail: andrewsjk@aol.com
Web site: http://www.ccu.edu/centennial/
Issues
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Political philosophy
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Tort and liability reform
  • State/local public finance
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • The American founding
  • Federalism
  • Media and popular culture
  • Privatization/contracting-out
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • Religion and public life
  • State and local government
  • Term limits
  • Initiative and referendum
  • The Reagan legacy
Lewis M. Andrews Ph.D.
Senior Policy Analyst
Yankee Institute for Public Policy
PO Box 459
Redding Ridge, CT 06876
United States

Phone: 203-300-3956
Fax: 203-938-3627
E-mail: lew@yankeeinstitute.org
Web site: www.yankeeinstitute.org
Issues
  • Ethics
  • Public school financing and administration
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Higher education
  • Conservative thought
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • -- Education (in general)
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • Taxation/tax reform
Dave Andrusko
Editor, National Right to Life News
National Right to Life Committee
512 10th Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20004-1401
United States

Phone: 202-626-8824
Fax: 202-737-9189
E-mail: daveandrusko@gmail.com
Web site: www.nationalrighttolifenews.org
Twitter: @DaveHA
Issues
  • Family and children
  • Media and popular culture
  • Right-to-life issues
Adam Andrzejewski
Founder & CEO
Open The Books
200 S. Frontage Road, Suite 304
Burr Ridge, IL 60527
United States

Phone: (630) 974-6181
E-mail: Adam@OpenTheBooks.com
Web site: http://www.openthebooks.com/
Issues
    None Indicated
Wayne Angell
Principal
Angell Economics
1600 North Oak Street, Suite 1915
Arlington, VA 22209
United States

Phone: 703-528-3686
Fax: 703-852-3881
E-mail: wangell@comcast.net
Issues
  • Government debt
  • Money and financial services
  • The Economy
  • Taxation/tax reform
Georgi Nikolov Angelov
Senior Economist
Open Society Institute - Sofia
56, Solunska street
1000 Sofia,
Bulgaria

E-mail: angelov.g@gmail.com
Web site: www.osf.bg
Issues
  • Economics of development
  • Fiscal policy/taxation
  • Privatization/deregulation
Michael Antonucci
Director
Education Intelligence Agency
PO Box 580007
Elk Grove, CA 95758
United States

Phone: 916-422-4373
Fax: 916-392-1482
E-mail: mike@eiaonline.org
Issues
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • -- Education (in general)
Joseph Antos
Wilson H. Taylor Scholar in Health Care and Retirement Policy
American Enterprise Institute
1150 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-862-5938
Fax: 202-862-7177
E-mail: jantos@aei.org
Web site: www.aei.org
Issues
  • Government health programs
  • Health care reform
  • Federal budget
  • Entitlement spending
  • Medicare
David L. Applegate
Williams Montgomery & John, Ltd.
20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2100
Chicago, IL 60606
United States

Phone: 312-855-4851
Fax: 312-630-8578
E-mail: dla@willmont.com
Web site: www.willmont.com
Issues
  • Intellectual property
  • Privacy
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • -- Information technology (in general)
Julaine K. Appling
President
Wisconsin Family Council
P.O. Box 14440
Madison, WI 53708
United States

Phone: 608-268-5074
Fax: 608-256-3370
E-mail: jkappling@wifamilycouncil.org
Web site: www.wifamilycouncil.org
Issues
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • State-sponsored gambling
Dominic A. Aquila
Dean of Arts and Sciences
University of St. Thomas
University of St. Thomas
3800 Montrose
Houston, TX 77006-4626
United States

Phone: 713-942-5049
E-mail: aquilad@stthom.edu
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Arts, humanities and historic resources
  • Family and children
  • Conservative thought
  • American history and political tradition
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
  • Federalism
  • Media and popular culture
  • Philanthropy
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Religion and public life
Josh Archambault
Senior Fellow
Foundation For Government Accountability
185 Devonshire Street, Suite 1101
Boston, MA 02110
United States

E-mail: josh@thefga.org
Web site: https://thefga.org/team/
Twitter: twitter.com/josharchambault
Issues
  • Government health programs
  • Health care reform
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • -- Education (in general)
Jacob Arfwedson
Senior Fellow and Director, Paris Office
Center for Medicine in the Public Interest
3 rue Primatice
75013 Paris,
France

E-mail: jarfwedson@yahoo.com
Web site: www.cmpi.org

Lecture Languages: French, Swedish
Translation Languages: French, Swedish
Issues
  • Health care
Pedro Antonio Argumedo
Senior Analyst, Microeconomics
Fundación Salvadoreña para el Desarrollo Economico y Social
Edif. Fusades, Boulevard y Urb.
Santa Elena, Antiguo Cuscatlán
La Libertad,
El Salvador

E-mail: pargumedo@fusades.com.sv
Web site: www.fusades.org.sv
Issues
  • Economics of development
  • Privatization/deregulation
Fredo Arias-King
President
T&R Chemicals
P.O. Box 330
Clint, TX 79836
United States

Phone: 915-851-2761
Fax: 915-851-2961
E-mail: ariasking@gmail.com
Web site: www.ariasking.com

Lecture Languages: Spanish; Russian
Issues
  • NATO/other alliances
  • Immigration
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • Economic theory
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Russia/Eurasia
  • Privatization/contracting-out
  • Mexico
  • Latin America
  • The Reagan legacy
Resat Arim
Former Ambassador and Board Member
Turkish Foreign Policy Institute
Bilkent University East Campus
06800 Bilkent, Ankara,
Turkey

E-mail: fpi@foreignpolicy.org.tr
Web site: www.foreignpolicy.org.tr
Issues
  • International relations/organizations
Hadley Arkes
Edward N. Ney Professor of American Institutes, Political Science Department
Amherst College
206 Converse Hall
Amherst, MA 01002
United States

Phone: 413-542-2293
Fax: 413-542-2264
E-mail: hparkes@amherst.edu
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Ethics
  • Constitutional law
  • Religion and public life
  • Judiciary
Charles M. Arlinghaus
President
The Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy
7 South State Street
PO Box 897
Concord, NH 03302
United States

Phone: 603-224-4450
Fax: 603-224-4329
E-mail: arlinghaus@jbartlett.org
Web site: www.jbartlett.org
Issues
  • Polling
  • State/local public finance
  • Federalism
  • Electoral reform/voting rights
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • State and local government
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Unfunded mandates
David J. Armor
Professor of Public Policy
George Mason University
4400 University Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030
United States

Phone: 703-993-2260
E-mail: darmor@gmu.edu
Issues
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Early childhood education
  • Family and children
  • Readiness/manpower
  • Federal education policy
  • Marriage and family structure
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • -- National security (in general)
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • -- Education (in general)
  • -- Family (in general)
Frank H. Armstrong
Associate Professor Emeritus
University of Vermont
7 Deborah Drive
South Burlington, VT 05403-7816
United States

Phone: 802-658-2042
Fax: 802-658-2042
E-mail: frank.armstrong@uvm.edu
Issues
  • Higher education
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • State and local government
Ragnar Arnason
Professor, Department of Economics, University of Iceland, and Professor
Institute of Economic Studies
Oddi v. Sudurgotu
Reykjavik,
Iceland

E-mail: ragnara@hi.is
Web site: www.ioes.hi.is

Lecture Languages: Icelandic
Translation Languages: Icelandic
Issues
  • Economics of development
  • Education
  • Energy
  • Environment
Larry P. Arnn
President
Hillsdale College
33 East College Street
Hillsdale, MI 49242-1279
United States

Phone: 517-437-7341
Fax: 517-437-3923
E-mail: larry.arnn@hillsdale.edu
Issues
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Higher education
  • American history and political tradition
  • The American founding
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Religion and public life
Brandon Arnold
Executive Vice President
National Taxpayers Union
25 Mass Avenue Northwest
Suite 140
Washington, DC 20001-1430
United States

Phone: 703-683-5700
E-mail: barnold@ntu.org
Web site: www.ntu.org
Issues
  • Discretionary spending
  • Government waste
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Government debt
  • Federal budget
  • Entitlement spending
  • Taxation/tax reform
Ron Arnold
Executive Vice President
Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise
12500 Northeast Tenth Place
Bellevue, WA 98005
United States

Phone: 425-455-5038
Fax: 425-451-3959
E-mail: arnold.ron@gmail.com
Web site: http://www.cdfe.org/
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • Economic education
  • Property rights
  • Water/water pollution
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Waste/waste management
  • Agriculture
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • -- Energy (in general)
Leon Aron
Resident Scholar and Director of Russian Studies
American Enterprise Institute
1150 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-862-5898
Fax: 202-862-7177
E-mail: laron@aei.org
Web site: www.aei.org
Issues
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Russia/Eurasia
Craig E. Aronoff
Professor Emeritus and Founder of the Cox Family Enterprise Center
Kennesaw State University
1000 Chastain Road
Kennesaw, GA 30144
United States

Phone: 770-423-6045
Fax: 770-423-6721
Issues
  • Family and children
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • Taxation/tax reform
Pablo Arosemena Marriott
Executive Director
Fundación Ecuador Libre
Av. de las Americas y Eleodoro Arboleda - Edificio Las Americas
Piso 5 Ofic. 503A
Guayas,
Ecuador

Phone: (+593) 4 2287-078
E-mail: parosemena@ecuadorlibre.org
Web site: www.ecuadorlibre.org
Issues
  • Economics of development
  • Fiscal policy/taxation
  • Government
  • International trade and financial institutions
Kristina Arriaga
Executive Director
The Becket Fund
1200 New Hampshire Ave. NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-955-0095
Fax: 202-955-0090
E-mail: karriaga@becketfund.org
Web site: www.becketfund.org
Issues
  • Public interest law
  • Religious freedom
  • Church-state relations
  • Free speech
Nigel Ashford
Senior Program Officer
Institute for Humane Studies, George Mason University
3301 North Fairfax Drive, Suite 440
Arlington, VA 22201
United States

Phone: 703-993-4913
Fax: 703-993-4890
E-mail: nashford@gmu.edu
Web site: www.theihs.org
Issues
  • Comparative government
  • Conservative thought
  • American history and political tradition
  • Western Europe
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • The Reagan legacy
Barry Asmus
Senior Economist
National Center for Policy Analysis
1 North First Street, Suite 700
Phoenix, AZ 85004
United States

Phone: (480) 596-3442
E-mail: info@barryasmus.com
Web site: www.ncpa.org
Issues
  • Trade
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • -- Commerce and infrastructure (in general)
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
Scott W. Atlas
Senior Fellow
Hoover Institution
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-6010
United States

Phone: 650-498-7152
Fax: 650-498-5374
E-mail: atlas@hoover.stanford.edu
Web site: www.hoover.org
Issues
  • Health care reform
Thomas C. Atwood
Vice President of Institutional Advancement
The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036-1464
United States

Phone: 202-462-2101
E-mail: tatwood@iwp.edu
Web site: www.iwp.edu
Issues
  • Family and children
  • Conservative thought
  • Welfare/Welfare Reform
  • Russia/Eurasia
  • International law
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Adoption, foster care, and child care services
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • Religion and public life
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • -- Family (in general)
James Edward Auer
Director, Center for U.S.-Japan Studies and Cooperation, Institute for Public Policy Studies
Vanderbilt University
1207 18th Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37212
United States

Phone: 615-343-6980
Fax: 615-343-6983
E-mail: james.e.auer@vanderbilt.edu
Issues
  • Japan
Michael R. Auslin
Resident Scholar, Asian Studies
American Enterprise Institute
1150 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-862-7160
E-mail: michael.auslin@aei.org
Web site: www.aei.org
Issues
  • Intelligence gathering/covert operations
  • Military strategy
  • China
  • Missile defense
  • NATO/other alliances
  • Higher education
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Southeast Asia
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • Northeast Asia
  • -- National security (in general)
  • Korea
  • Japan
  • Emerging threats/threat assessment
P.J. Austin
Associate Director, Policy & Government Affairs
Citizens Against Government Waste
1301 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Suite 1075
Washington, DC 20004
United States

Phone: 202-467-5300
Web site: http://cagw.org/
Issues
  • Government waste
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Government debt
  • Federal budget
  • Taxation/tax reform
Alex Avery
Director of Research and Education, Center for Global Food Issues
Hudson Institute
1201 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Suite 400
Washington, DC 20004
United States

Phone: 540-337-6354
Fax: 540-337-8593
E-mail: aavery@hughes.net
Web site: www.cgfi.org
Issues
  • Trade
  • Sound science
  • Regulation through litigation
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Regulatory budgeting
  • Regulatory reform
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Water/water pollution
  • Environmental regulation
Dennis T. Avery
Director, Center for Global Food Issues
Hudson Institute
1201 Pennsylvania Ave NW #400
Wahington, DC 20004
United States

Phone: 540-337-6354
Fax: 540-337-8593
Web site: www.cgfi.org
Issues
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Natural resources
  • Property rights
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Water/water pollution
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Environmental regulation
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
Evelyn Avery
Professor
Department of English, Towson University
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252
United States

Fax: (410) 830-3999
E-mail: eavery@towson.edu
Issues
  • -- Education (in general)
George Ayittey
Distinguished Economist
American University
4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016
United States

Phone: 202-885-3779
Fax: 202-885-3790
E-mail: ayittey@american.edu
Issues
  • International finance and multilateral banks
  • Human Rights
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Comparative economics
  • Economic theory
  • Africa
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • International organizations
  • Conservative principles and current events
Thompson Ayodele
Executive Director
Initiative for Public Policy Analysis
PO Box 6434
Shomolu, Lagos 23401,
Nigeria

E-mail: thompson@ippanigeria.org
Web site: www.ippanigeria.org
Issues
  • Economics of development
  • Environment
  • International trade and financial institutions
David Azerrad
Director, B. Kenneth Simon Center for American Studies
The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-546-4400
E-mail: David.Azerrad@heritage.org
Web site: www.heritage.org
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Higher education
  • The American founding
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • -- Political thought (in general)
Elizabete Azevedo
Deputy Coordinator
Instituto de Estudos Politicos da Universidade Catolica Portuguesa
Palma de Cima
1649-023 Lisboa,
Portugal

E-mail: lusoforum@iep.ucp.pt
Web site: www.ucp.pt
Issues
  • Economics of development
Iwan Azis
Professor
Cornell University
7 Lowell Place
Ithaca, NY 14850
United States

Phone: 607-257-8341
Fax: 607-255-6681
E-mail: ija1@cornell.edu
Web site: www.iwanazis.net
Issues
  • International finance and multilateral banks
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • China
  • Economic theory
  • Economic forecasting
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • The Economy
  • Trade
  • Climate change
  • State/local public finance
  • Comparative economics
  • Government debt
  • Southeast Asia
  • -- National security (in general)
  • State and local government
Jeffrey Babbitt
Vice President
National Taxpayers United of Illinois
407 South Dearborn, Suite 1170
Chicago, IL 60605
United States

Phone: 312-427-5128
Fax: 312-427-5139
E-mail: babbitt@ntui.org
Issues
  • Taxation/tax reform
Andrew J. Bacevich
Professor Emeritus, Department of International Relations
Boston University
152 Bay State Road
Room 201
Boston, MA 02215
United States

Phone: 617-358-0194
Fax: 617-358-0190
E-mail: bacevich@bu.edu
Issues
  • Military strategy
  • Readiness/manpower
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
Paul Bachman
Director of Research
The Beacon Hill Institute
Suffolk University
8 Ashburn Place
Boston, MA 02108
United States

Phone: 617-573-8750
Fax: 617-994-4279
E-mail: pbachman@beaconhill.org
Web site: www.beaconhill.org
Issues
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • State/local public finance
  • Minimum wage
  • Unemployment insurance
  • Unions
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • International tax policy/tax competition
  • Davis-Bacon Act
  • Taxation/tax reform
Joseph Backholm
Executive Director
Family Policy Institute of Washington
16108 Ash Way, Suite 113
Lynnwood, WA 98087
United States

Phone: 425-608-0242
E-mail: jbackholm@fpiw.org
Web site: www.fpiw.org
Issues
  • Family and children
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Religion and public life
  • Right-to-life issues
  • -- Family (in general)
John A. Baden Ph.D.
Chairman
Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment
PO Box 555
Gallatin Gateway, MT 59730
United States

Phone: 406-585-1776
Fax: 406-585-3000
E-mail: jbaden@free-eco.org
Web site: www.free-eco.org
Issues
  • Comparative economics
  • American history and political tradition
  • Property rights
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • Land use/land degradation
  • The Economy
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Environmental regulation
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • -- Energy (in general)
Hans Bader
Counsel for Special Projects
Competitive Enterprise Institute
1310 L Street NW, 7th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Phone: 202-331-1010
Fax: 202-331-0640
E-mail: hbader@cei.org
Web site: www.cei.org
Issues
  • Regulation through litigation
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Federalism
  • Bilingual education
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Constitutional law
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • Davis-Bacon Act
  • Initiative and referendum
  • Judiciary
  • Free speech
Lawson R. Bader
President & CEO
DonorsTrust
1800 Diagonal Road, Suite 280
Alexandria, VA 22314
United States

Phone: 703-535-3563
Fax: 703-535-3564
E-mail: lbader@donorstrust.org
Web site: www.donorstrust.org
Issues
  • Economic education
  • Economic forecasting
Herman Badillo
Senior Fellow
Manhattan Institute for Policy Research
52 Vanderbilt Avenue
New York, NY 10017
United States

Phone: 212-599-7000
Fax: 212-599-3494
E-mail: communications@manhattan-institute.org
Web site: www.manhattan-institute.org
Issues
  • Immigration
Aaron Baer
President
Citizens For Community Values
11177 Reading Road, 1st Floor
Cincinnati, OH 45241
United States

Phone: 513-733-5775
Web site: http://www.ccv.org/
Issues
    None Indicated
Richard A. Baer Jr.
Professor of Natural Resources
Cornell University
8B Fernow Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
United States

Phone: 607-255-7797
Fax: 607-255-0349
E-mail: rab12@cornell.edu
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Ethics
  • Higher education
  • Religious freedom
  • Church-state relations
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Religion and public life
  • Environmental education
Howard Baetjer Jr., Ph.D.
Lecturer, Department of Economics
Towson University
102 Stevens Hall
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252
United States

Phone: 410-704-2585
E-mail: hBaetjer@towson.edu
Web site: www.towson.edu
Issues
  • Economic theory
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
Jeffrey Bailey
Senior Content Director
Hanover Research
4401 Wilson Blvd, 4th Floor
Arlington, VA 22203
United States

Phone: 202-559-0050
Fax: 866-808-6585
E-mail: jbbailey_us@yahoo.com
Web site: www.hanoverresearch.com
Issues
    None Indicated
Ron Bailey
Science Correspondent, Reason Magazine
Reason Foundation
517 Second Street, NE
Charlottesville, VA 22902
United States

Phone: 202-256-6197
E-mail: rbailey21@aol.com
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Health care reform
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Environmental regulation
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • -- Energy (in general)
Karen Bailey-Chapman
Board Vice-Chair
Cardinal Institute for West Virginia Policy
Post Office Box 184
Rippon, WV 25441-0184
United States

Phone: 202-465-4318
E-mail: karen@cardinalinstitute.com
Web site: www.kb-advocacy.com
Issues
  • State and local government
  • Taxation/tax reform
Stephen M. Bainbridge
William D. Warren Professor of Law
University of California, Los Angeles
405 Hilgard Avenue, Box 951476
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1476
United States

Phone: 310-206-1599
Fax: 310-825-6023
E-mail: bainbridge@law.ucla.edu
Issues
  • Economic theory
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • Federalism
Charles W. Baird
Emeritus Professor of Economics
California State University, East Bay
1290 Hidden River Court
Reno, NV 89523
United States

Phone: 775-229-8256
E-mail: charles.baird@csueastbay.edu
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Right to work
  • Minimum wage
  • Unions
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Davis-Bacon Act
Brent H. Baker
Vice President for Research and Publications
Media Research Center
1900 Campus Commons Dr., Suite 600
Reston, VA 20191
United States

Phone: 571-267-3500
Fax: 703-683-9736
E-mail: bbaker@mediaresearch.org
Web site: www.mrc.org
Issues
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • Media and popular culture
Douglas Baker
Vice-President of Communications
The Commonwealth Foundation
630 Freedom Business Ctr Dr St 109
King of Prussia, PA 19406
United States

Phone: (717) 671-1901
E-mail: deb@commonwealthfoundation.org
Issues
  • -- Labor (in general)
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • -- Education (in general)
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • -- Governing (in general)
  • -- Energy (in general)
John S. Baker Jr.
Dale E. Bennett Professor of Law
Louisiana State University
Law Center
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
United States

Phone: 225-578-8846
Fax: 225-578-5935
E-mail: jbaker@lsu.edu
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Ethics
  • Congress
  • Church-state relations
  • Constitutional law
  • Criminal law and procedure
  • Terrorism and international crime
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • The American founding
  • International law
  • Federalism
  • Executive branch/the presidency
  • Initiative and referendum
  • Term limits
  • Judiciary
Joshua K. Baker
Legal Analyst
Institute for Marriage and Public Policy
PO Box 1231
Manassas, VA 20108
United States

Phone: 202-216-9430
Fax: 202-216-9431
E-mail: joshua@imapp.org
Web site: www.marriagedebate.com
Issues
  • Marriage and family structure
Daren Bakst
Research Fellow in Agricultural Policy
The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-546-4400
Fax: 919-821-5117
E-mail: daren.bakst@heritage.org
Web site: www.heritage.org
Issues
  • Fossil fuels
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Constitutional law
  • Environmental regulation
  • Tort and liability reform
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Property rights
  • Regulatory reform
  • Electoral reform/voting rights
  • Other energy options
  • State and local government
Ted Balaker
Jacobs Fellow
Reason Foundation
3415 South Sepulveda Boulevard, Suite 400
Los Angeles, CA 90034
United States

Phone: 310-391-2245
Fax: 310-391-4395
E-mail: ted.balaker@reason.org
Issues
  • Transportation
  • Privatization/contracting-out
Marko Balazic
Secretary-General
Fokus 2031
United States

E-mail: marko.balazic@fokus2031.si
Issues
    None Indicated
Leszek Balcerowicz Ph.D.
Professor of Economics
Warsaw School of Economics
ul. Stepinska 13
00-739 Warsaw,
Poland

E-mail: Leszek.Balcerowicz@sgh.waw.pl
Web site: www.for.org.pl
Issues
  • Economics of development
  • Fiscal policy/taxation
  • Government
  • International trade and financial institutions
Stephen H. Balch
Director
The Institute for the Study of Western Civilization at Texas Tech University
MS 1017, McClellan Hall
Room 103, Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX 79409-1017
United States

Phone: (806) 742-1828
E-mail: steve.balch@ttu.edu
Web site: www.depts.ttu.edu/honors/westernciv/director.php
Issues
  • Higher education
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
Joseph Baldacchino
President
National Humanities Institute
PO Box 1387
Bowie, MD 20718-1387
United States

Phone: 301-464-4277
Fax: 301-464-4277
E-mail: jb@nhinet.org
Web site: www.nhinet.org
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Ethics
  • Arts, humanities and historic resources
  • Immigration
  • Conservative thought
  • American history and political tradition
  • Federalism
  • Church-state relations
  • Constitutional law
  • Religion and public life
Radley Balko
Senior Editor, Reason Magazine
Reason Foundation
3415 South Sepulveda Boulevard, Suite 400
Los Angeles, CA 90034
United States

Phone: 310-391-2245
Fax: 310-391-4395
E-mail: rbalko@reason.com
Web site: www.reason.com
Issues
  • Intellectual property
  • Media and popular culture
  • Corrections and sentencing
  • Police, crime, and crime statistics
  • Criminal law and procedure
  • Free speech
David S. Ball
Associate Professor, Department of Economics
North Carolina State University
4148 Nelson Hall, Box 8110
Raleigh, NC 27695
United States

Phone: 919-515-3275
Fax: 919-515-7873
E-mail: david_ball@ncsu.edu
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Trade
  • Economic education
William R. Ball
Professor, Department of Political Science
Northern Michigan University
200A Cohodas Hall
Marquette, MI 49855
United States

Phone: 906-227-1821
Fax: 906-227-1819
E-mail: wball@nmu.edu
Issues
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Southeast Asia
Robert C. Balling
Professor, Department of Geography
Arizona State University
975 S. Myrtle Ave
COOR 5564
Tempe, AZ 85287
United States

Phone: 480-965-3560
Fax: 480-965-8313
E-mail: robert.balling@asu.edu
Web site: geography.asu.edu
Issues
  • Climate change
Daniel Ballon Ph.D.
Policy Fellow in Technology Studies
Pacific Research Institute
101 Montgomery St, Suite 1300
San Francisco, CA 94104
United States

Phone: 415-989-0833
Fax: 415-989-2411
E-mail: dballon@pacificresearch.org
Web site: www.pacificresearch.org
Issues
  • Intellectual property
  • Privacy
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • -- Information technology (in general)
Bela A. Balogh
Professor of Psychology
University of Mary
7500 University Drive
Bismarck, ND 58501
United States

Phone: 701-355-8014
Fax: 701-255-7687
E-mail: babalogh@umary.edu
Issues
  • Family and children
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
Sandor Balogh
Professor Emeritus
Hudson Valley Community College
7 Greenbush Avenue
East Greenbush, NY 12061
United States

Phone: 518-477-5476
Fax: 518-477-8647
E-mail: blueskies346@aol.com
Issues
  • Human Rights
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • Conservative thought
  • Economic theory
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • Religious freedom
  • Church-state relations
Doug Bandow J.D.
Senior Fellow
Cato Institute
1000 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20001
United States

Phone: 202-842-0200
E-mail: dbandow@cato.org
Web site: http://www.cato.org/people/doug-bandow
Issues
  • Government health programs
  • Health care reform
  • Public interest law
  • Religious freedom
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Second Amendment
  • Tort and liability reform
  • Southeast Asia
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • Korea
  • Japan
  • International finance and multilateral banks
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Military strategy
  • NATO/other alliances
  • Peacekeeping
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Readiness/manpower
  • Church-state relations
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Constitutional law
  • Free speech
  • Religion and public life
  • -- Governing (in general)
  • Emerging threats/threat assessment
  • The Reagan legacy
Zeyno Baran
Senior Fellow and Director, Center for Eurasian Policy
Hudson Institute
1201 Pennsylvania Ave NW #400
Washington, DC 20004
United States

Phone: 202-974-6457
Fax: 202-974-2410
E-mail: zeyno@hudson.org
Web site: www.hudson.org
Issues
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Russia/Eurasia
  • -- Energy (in general)
Claude E. Barfield
Resident Scholar
American Enterprise Institute
1150 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-862-5879
Fax: 202-862-7177
E-mail: cbarfield@aei.org
Web site: www.aei.org
Issues
  • Intellectual property
  • China
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • Trade
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Comparative government
  • Southeast Asia
  • American history and political tradition
  • International law
  • Northeast Asia
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • Korea
  • Japan
Dennis L. Bark
Senior Fellow
Hoover Institution
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-6010
United States

Phone: 650-723-2216
Fax: 650-723-1687
E-mail: bark@hoover.stanford.edu
Web site: www.hoover.org
Issues
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • NATO/other alliances
  • Peacekeeping
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Western Europe
  • -- National security (in general)
  • International organizations
  • -- Political thought (in general)
Joe Barnett
Senior Director of Policy Research
National Center for Policy Analysis
600 Pennsylvania Southeast, Suite 310
Washington, DC 20003
United States

Phone: 202-830-0177
E-mail: joe.barnett@ncpa.org
Web site: www.ncpa.org
Issues
  • OSHA
  • Government health programs
  • -- Labor (in general)
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • -- Information technology (in general)
  • Unions
  • Regulatory reform
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • Taxation/tax reform
Randy Barnett
Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Legal Theory, Georgetown University Law Center, and Senior Fellow
Cato Institute
1000 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001-5403
United States

Phone: 202-842-0200
Fax: 202-842-3490
E-mail: rbarnett@gmail.com
Web site: www.cato.org
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Constitutional law
  • Police, crime, and crime statistics
  • Criminal law and procedure
  • Second Amendment
  • Free speech
  • American history and political tradition
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • The American founding
  • Federalism
  • Initiative and referendum
  • Term limits
  • Judiciary
Josh Barro
Senior Editor
Business Insider
150 Fifth Avenue, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10011
United States

E-mail: jbarro@businessinsider.com
Web site: http://www.businessinsider.com/author/josh-barro
Twitter: @jbarro
Issues
    None Indicated
Robert J. Barro
Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, and Paul M. Warburg Professor of Economics
Harvard University
Littauer Center 218,1805 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
United States

Phone: 617-495-3203
Fax: 617-496-8629
E-mail: rbarro@harvard.edu
Issues
  • Trade
  • Money and financial services
  • Regulatory reform
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
Jeffrey J. Barrows
Health Consultant, Human Trafficking
Christian Medical & Dental Associations
7334 County Route #10
Zanesfield, OH 43360
United States

Phone: 937-599-3050
Fax: 937-599-4712
E-mail: jeffreybarrows@yahoo.com
Web site: www.cmda.org
Issues
  • Human Rights
  • Bioethics
  • Human trafficking
  • Right-to-life issues
David Barton
President and Founder
WallBuilders
PO Box 397
Aledo, TX 76008
United States

Phone: 817-441-6044
Fax: 817-441-6866
E-mail: info@wallbuilders.com
Web site: www.wallbuilders.com
Issues
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Church-state relations
  • Religious freedom
  • Constitutional law
  • Second Amendment
  • American history and political tradition
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • The American founding
  • Electoral reform/voting rights
  • -- Education (in general)
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • Religion and public life
  • Judiciary
Dale Bartscher
Executive Director
Family Heritage Alliance Action
PO Box 329
Rapid City, SD 57709
United States

Phone: 605-718-5433
Fax: 605-716-0970
E-mail: dale@familyheritagealliance.org
Web site: www.familyheritagealliance.org
Issues
    None Indicated
Patrick K. Basham
Adjunct Scholar, Center for Representative Government
Cato Institute
1000 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
United States

Phone: 571-216-6136
Fax: 202-842-3490
E-mail: patrickbasham@gmail.com
Web site: www.cato.org
Issues
  • Health care reform
  • Canada
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Western Europe
  • Afghanistan
  • Terrorism and international crime
  • Immigration
  • Russia/Eurasia
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • Middle East
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • -- Governing (in general)
  • State-sponsored gambling
Joseph L. Bast
President
The Heartland Institute
3939 North Wilke Rd
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
United States

Phone: 312-377-4000
Fax: 312-377-5000
E-mail: jbast@heartland.org
Web site: www.heartland.org
Issues
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
Sammy Basu
Associate Professor, Department of Politics
Willamette University
900 State Street, Smullin 322
Salem, OR 97301
United States

Phone: 503-370-6264
Fax: 503-370-6720
E-mail: sbasu@willamette.edu
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Ethics
  • Property rights
Roger Bate
Resident Fellow
American Enterprise Institute
1150 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-828-6029
Fax: 202-862-7177
E-mail: rbate@aei.org
Web site: www.aei.org
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Risk assessment
  • United Nations
  • Property rights
  • Africa
  • Water/water pollution
Gary L. Bauer
President
American Values
PO Box 1223
Merrifield, VA 22116-1223
United States

Phone: 703-671-9700
Fax: 703-671-1680
E-mail: gary.bauer@amvalues.org
Web site: www.ouramericanvalues.org
Issues
  • Homeland security/civil defense
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Family and children
  • Media and popular culture
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • Emerging threats/threat assessment
Naomi Lopez Bauman
Director of Healthcare Policy
Goldwater Institute
500 E. Coronado Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85004
United States

Phone: 202-448-2931
E-mail: nlopez-bauman@goldwaterinstitute.org
Web site: www.goldwaterinstitute.org
Twitter: @lopezbauman
Issues
  • Housing and homelessness
  • Medicaid
  • -- Labor (in general)
  • Government health programs
  • Health care reform
  • Minimum wage
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • Welfare/Welfare Reform
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • Medicare
  • Poverty and dependency
  • Unfunded mandates
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Entitlement spending
  • Social Security and retirement
Eric Baxter Esq.
Senior Counsel
The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty
1200 New Hampshire Ave NW
Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-955-0095
Fax: 202-955-0090
E-mail: ebaxter@becketfund.org
Web site: www.becketfund.org
Issues
  • Public interest law
  • Religious freedom
  • Church-state relations
  • -- Crime, justice, and the law (in general)
  • Constitutional law
  • Free speech
James Baxter
President
National Motorists Association
402 West Second Street
Waunakee, WI 53597
United States

Phone: 608-849-6000
Fax: 608-849-8697
E-mail: nma@motorists.org
Web site: www.motorists.org
Issues
  • Transportation
Gregory S. Baylor
Alliance Defending Freedom
15100 N. 90th Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
United States

Phone: 480-444-00
E-mail: agbaylor@alliancedefendingfreedom.org
Web site: www.alliancedefendingfreedom.org
Issues
  • Religious freedom
  • Church-state relations
  • Constitutional law
  • Free speech
Verónica Baz
General Director
Centro de Investigacion para el Desarollo A.C. (CIDAC)
Jaime Balmes 11, Edificio D, 2o. piso
Col. Los Morales Polanco
Mexico C.P. 11510,
Mexico

E-mail: verobaz@cidac.org
Web site: www.cidac.org

Lecture Languages: Spanish
Issues
  • Privatization/deregulation
William W. Beach
Vice President for Policy Research
The Mercatus Center
113 E. Glendale Ave.
4th Floor
Alexandria, VA 22301
United States

Phone: 703-993-4930
E-mail: wbeach@mercatus.org
Web site: mercatuscenter.org
Issues
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • Economic theory
  • Money and financial services
  • Economic forecasting
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • Agriculture
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Trade
  • Climate change
  • State/local public finance
  • Immigration
  • Federal budget
  • Entitlement spending
  • Social Security and retirement
Jonathan James Bean
Professor, Department of History
Southern Illinois University
Department of History
Carbondale, IL 62901-4519
United States

Phone: 618-453-7872
Fax: 618-453-5440
E-mail: jonbean@siu.edu
Issues
  • American history and political tradition
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Anti-trust
Jonathan Bechtle
Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel
Foundation for Government Accountability
15275 Collier Boulevard, Suite 201-279
Naples, FL 34119
United States

Phone: 239-244-8808
E-mail: jbechtle@thefga.org
Web site: www.thefga.org
Twitter: https://twitter.com/jbechtle
Issues
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • Federalism
  • Electoral reform/voting rights
  • Constitutional law
John H. Beck
Professor of Economics, School of Business Administration
Gonzaga University
502 East Boone, AD Box 9
Spokane, WA 99258
United States

Phone: 509-323-3429
Fax: 509-323-5811
E-mail: beck@gem.gonzaga.edu
Issues
  • State/local public finance
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Taxation/tax reform
William G. Becker III
President of the Board of Advisors
The Maine Heritage Policy Center
PO Box 7829
Portland, ME 04112
United States

Phone: 207-321-2550
Fax: 207-773-4385
E-mail: wbecker@mainepolicy.org
Web site: www.mainepolicy.org
Issues
  • Medicaid
  • Health care reform
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • -- Information technology (in general)
  • Higher education
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Climate change
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Government waste
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • -- Education (in general)
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • Term limits
  • -- Governing (in general)
  • Initiative and referendum
Roger L. Beckett
Executive Director
Ashbrook Center
Ashland University
401 College Avenue
Ashland, OH 44805
United States

Phone: 419-289-5411
E-mail: rbeckett@ashbrook.org
Web site: www.ashbrook.org
Issues
  • Crime, Justice, and the Law
  • Religious freedom
  • Church-state relations
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • -- Crime, justice, and the law (in general)
  • Constitutional law
  • Second Amendment
  • Free speech
Gary Beckner
Executive Director
Association of American Educators
27405 Puerta Real, Suite 230
Mission Viejo, CA 92691-6388
United States

Phone: 800-704-7799
Fax: 949-595-7970
E-mail: gbeckner@aaeteachers.org
Web site: www.aaeteachers.org
Issues
  • Right to work
  • Federal education policy
  • Unions
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
Gary D. Becks
Founder and CEO Emeritus (ret)
Rescue Task Force
864 North Second Street, #340
El Cajon, CA 92021
United States

Phone: 619-456-1896
Fax: 951-225-6295
E-mail: gary@rescuetaskforce.org
Web site: www.rescuetaskforce.org
Issues
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Immigration
  • Afghanistan
  • Latin America
Andrew Beckwith
President
Massachusetts Family Institute
400 TradeCenter Suite 1950
Woburn, MA 01801
United States

Phone: 781-569-0400
Fax: 781-569-0472
E-mail: andrew@mafamily.org
Web site: www.mafamily.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/massfamily
Issues
  • Family and children
  • Marriage and family structure
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • Right-to-life issues
  • -- Family (in general)
Boris Begovic
President
Center for Liberal-Democratic Studies
Kralja Milana 7
11000 Belgrade,
Serbia

E-mail: bbegovic@sbb.rs
Web site: www.clds.org.yu
Issues
  • Privatization/deregulation
Mark A. Behrens
Equity Partner and Co-Chair, Public Policy Group
Shook, Hardy & Bacon, LLP
1155 F Street, NW, Suite 200
Washington, DC 20004
United States

Phone: 202-639-5621
Fax: 202-783-4211
E-mail: mbehrens@shb.com
Web site: www.shb.com
Issues
  • Regulation through litigation
  • Health care reform
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Tort and liability reform
  • Judiciary
E. Calvin Beisner
National Spokesman
Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation
9302-C Old Keene Mill Road
Burke, VA 22015
United States

Phone: 703-569-3400
Fax: 703-569-3448
E-mail: ebeisner@aol.com
Web site: www.cornwallalliance.org
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Ethics
  • Fossil fuels
  • Natural resources
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • Conservative thought
  • Economic theory
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Poverty and dependency
  • Climate change
  • Sound science
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • -- Family (in general)
Christopher Beiting
Director of Liberal Studies
Holy Cross College
54515 State Road 933 N.
Notre Dame, IN 46556
United States

Phone: 574-239-8400
Fax: 574-239-8323
E-mail: cbeiting@hcc-nd.edu
Web site: www.hcc-nd.edu
Issues
  • Arts, humanities and historic resources
  • Higher education
  • Conservative thought
  • Church-state relations
  • Religion and public life
David Beito
Associate Professor, Department of History
University of Alabama
Box 870212
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
United States

Phone: 205-348-1870
Fax: 205-348-0670
E-mail: dbeito@bama.ua.edu
Issues
  • Higher education
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Philanthropy
  • Poverty and dependency
Anna Bekele
Executive Director
Westminster Institute
6729 Curran St
McLean, VA 22101
United States

Phone: 703-288-2885
E-mail: ab@westminster-institute.org
Web site: www.westminster-institute.org
Issues
  • Human Rights
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • Russia/Eurasia
  • Religion and public life
Brett Belchetz
Senior Fellow, Centre for Health Policy Studies
The Fraser Institute
1770 Burrard Street, Fourth Floor
Vancouver, B.C. V6J 3G7,
Canada

Phone: 604-688-0221
Fax: 604-688-8539
E-mail: info@fraserinstitute.org
Web site: www.fraserinstitute.org
Issues
  • Health care
Eric A. Belgrad
Professor, Political Science Department
Towson State University
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252
United States

Phone: 410-704-2149
Fax: 410-704-2960
E-mail: ebelgrad@towson.edu
Issues
  • NATO/other alliances
  • Peacekeeping
  • Western Europe
  • Middle East
Paul Belien
Editor
The Brussels Journal
Houtum 54
B-2460 Kasterlee,
Belgium

E-mail: paul.belien@telenet.be
Web site: www.brusselsjournal.com
Issues
  • Democratic institutions/elections
  • Marriage, family, and civil society
  • Government
  • Religion and public life
  • International relations/organizations
  • Health care
  • Culture, community, and demographic change
  • Terrorism
Charles H. Bell Jr.
Partner
Bell, McAndrews & Hiltachk, LLP
455 Capitol Mall, Suite 801
Sacramento, CA 95814
United States

Phone: 916-442-7757
Fax: 916-442-7759
E-mail: cbell@bmhlaw.com
Issues
  • Campaign finance reform
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • Initiative and referendum
Mariam Bell
Director for National Policy, The Wilberforce Forum
Prison Fellowship Ministries
PO Box 17500
Washington, DC 20041
United States

Phone: 703-478-0100
Fax: 703-904-7301
E-mail: mbell@pfm.org
Issues
  • Human Rights
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
  • Religious freedom
  • Church-state relations
  • Religion and public life
  • Korea
Phil Bell
State Legislative Director
1st Amendment Partnership
1730 M Street Northwest, Suite 910
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-682-1201
E-mail: phillip.bell@gmail.com
Web site: www.1stAmendmentPartnership.org
Issues
  • Religious freedom
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • -- Crime, justice, and the law (in general)
  • Religion and public life
Tom W. Bell
Professor, School of Law
Chapman University
One University Drive
Orange, CA 92866
United States

Phone: 714-628-2503
Fax: 714-628-2576
E-mail: tbell@chapman.edu
Web site: web.chapman.edu
Issues
  • Intellectual property
  • Privacy
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • State-sponsored gambling
Donald Bellante
Professor, Department of Economics
University of South Florida
4202 East Flower Avenue, BSN 3403
Tampa, FL 33620
United States

Phone: 813-974-6386
Fax: 813-974-6510
E-mail: dbellant@coba.usf.edu
Issues
  • -- Labor (in general)
  • Minimum wage
Herman Belz
Professor Emeritus, Department of History
University of Maryland
2137 Francis Scott Key Hall
College Park, MD 20742
United States

Phone: 301-405-4287
Fax: 301-314-9399
E-mail: hbelz@umd.edu
Web site: www.history.umd.edu/Bio/belz.html
Issues
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Religious freedom
  • Federalism
  • Church-state relations
  • Electoral reform/voting rights
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Executive branch/the presidency
  • Constitutional law
  • Judiciary
Joel Belz
Founder and Columnist
World Magazine
392 Old Haw Creek Road
Asheville, NC 28805
United States

Phone: 828-230-1573
Fax: 828-253-1556
E-mail: joelbelz@mac.com
Web site: www.worldmag.com
Issues
  • Higher education
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Religious freedom
  • Church-state relations
  • Media and popular culture
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Religion and public life
Joseph C. Ben-Ami
Executive Director
Institute for Canadian Values
PO Box 1318, Station B
Ottawa, ON K1P 5R4,
Canada

E-mail: Jbenami@canadianvalues.ca
Web site: www.canadianvalues.ca
Issues
  • Religion and public life
David J. BenDaniel
Berens Professor of Entrepreneurship, Johnson Graduate School of Management
Cornell University
341 Sage Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853-6201
United States

Phone: 607-255-4220
Fax: 607-254-4590
E-mail: djb16@cornell.edu
Issues
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
Nathan A. Benefield
Vice President of Policy Analysis
Commonwealth Foundation
225 State Street, Suite 302
Harrisburg, PA 17101
United States

Phone: 717-671-1901
Fax: 717-671-1905
E-mail: nab@commonwealthfoundation.org
Web site: www.commonwealthfoundation.org
Twitter: https://twitter.com/nathanbenefield
Issues
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Health care reform
  • Minimum wage
  • Public school financing and administration
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • The Economy
  • State/local public finance
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Government waste
  • American history and political tradition
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • State and local government
Pamela J. Benigno
Director, Education Policy Center
Independence Institute
727 E. 16th Avenue
Denver, CO 80203
United States

Phone: 303-279-6536
Fax: 303-279-4176
E-mail: pam@i2i.org
Web site: www.i2i.org
Issues
  • Federal education policy
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
Ralph Benko
Principal
Capital City Partners, LLC
1100 H Street, NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Phone: 202-347-6840
Fax: 202-347-6849
E-mail: ralphbenko@capcitydc.com
Web site: www.capcitydc.com
Issues
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • Economic theory
  • The American founding
  • Philanthropy
  • Religion and public life
  • The Reagan legacy
LeAnna Benn
National Director
Teen Aid
723 East Jackson
Spokane, WA 99207
United States

Phone: 509-482-2868
Fax: 509-482-7994
E-mail: teenaid@teen-aid.org
Web site: www.teen-aid.org
Issues
  • -- Family (in general)
Elayne Bennett
President and Founder
Best Friends Foundation
5335 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Suite 440
Washington, DC 20015
United States

Phone: 202-478-9677
Fax: 202-478-9678
E-mail: ebennett@bestfriendsfoundation.org
Web site: www.bestfriendsfoundation.org
Issues
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
James T. Bennett
Professor of Economics, William P. Snavely Chair of Political Economy and Public Policy
George Mason University
4400 University Drive, MSN 3G4
Fairfax, VA 22030
United States

Phone: 703-993-1155
Fax: 703-993-1133
E-mail: jbennett@osf1.gmu.edu
Issues
  • Government waste
  • Government debt
  • Privatization/contracting-out
Lloyd Bentsen
Senior Research Fellow
National Center for Policy Analysis
14180 Dallas Parkway, Suite 350
Dallas, TX 75254
United States

Phone: 972-386-6272
E-mail: lloyd.bentsen4@ncpa.org
Web site: www.ncpa.org/
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Federal education policy
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • -- Education (in general)
  • -- Energy (in general)
Finn Bergesen Jr.
Director General
Confederation of Norwegian Business and Industry
Middelthuns gate 27
PO Box 5250 Majorstuen
N-0303 Oslo,
Norway

E-mail: finn.bergesen@nho.no
Issues
  • Fiscal policy/taxation
  • Privatization/deregulation
Niclas Berggren
Vice President
The Ratio Institute
PO Box 5095
SE-102 42 Stockholm,
Sweden

E-mail: niclas.berggren@ratio.se
Web site: www.ratio.se
Issues
  • Economics of development
  • Fiscal policy/taxation
  • Religion and public life
Brad Bergh
Executive Vice President
Caesar Rodney Institute
420 Corporate Blvd.
Newark, DE 19803
United States

Phone: (302) 273-0080
E-mail: info@caesarrodney.org
Web site: www.caesarrodney.org
Issues
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • -- Education (in general)
  • -- Family (in general)
Herbert B. Berkowitz
Managing Director
Proactive Solutions, Inc.- Publications of North Carolina
1501 Market Street
Wilmington, NC 28401-4910
United States

Phone: 910-763-4064
Fax: 910-763-4084
E-mail: herbberkowitzpr@bizec.rr.com
Issues
  • Media and popular culture
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
John Berlau
Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship
Competitive Enterprise Institute
1310 L Street NW, 7th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Phone: 202-331-2272
Fax: 202-331-0640
E-mail: jberlau@cei.org
Web site: www.cei.org
Issues
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • Money and financial services
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Infrastructure
  • Anti-trust
  • The Economy
  • Environmental regulation
  • Risk assessment
  • Regulatory reform
  • The American founding
  • Media and popular culture
  • Social Security and retirement
  • International tax policy/tax competition
  • The Reagan legacy
Dana Berliner
Senior Vice President and Litigation Director
Institute for Justice
901 North Glebe Road, Suite 900
Arlington, VA 22203
United States

Phone: 703-682-9320
Fax: 703-682-9321
E-mail: dberliner@ij.org
Web site: www.ij.org
Issues
  • Property rights
  • Davis-Bacon Act
Ilan Berman
Vice President for Policy
American Foreign Policy Council
509 C Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-543-1006
Fax: 202-543-1007
E-mail: berman@afpc.org
Web site: www.afpc.org

Lecture Languages: Russian
Issues
  • Terrorism and international crime
  • Military strategy
  • Missile defense
  • Arms control
  • United Nations
  • Russia/Eurasia
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • Middle East
  • International organizations
  • Emerging threats/threat assessment
Joni Berman
President
Maryland Charter School Network
8002 Corkberry Lane, Suite 205
Pasadena, MD 21122
United States

Phone: 410-707-2676
Fax: 410-553-6243
E-mail: mcsn@comcast.net
Web site: www.mdcharternetwork.org
Issues
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
Russell A. Berman
Walter A. Haas Professor in Humanities, Stanford University and Senior Fellow
Hoover Institution
Building 260, Room 201
Stanford, CA 94305-2030
United States

Phone: 650-723-1069
Fax: 650-725-8421
E-mail: berman@stanford.edu
Web site: www.hoover.org
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Arts, humanities and historic resources
  • Higher education
  • Conservative thought
  • Western Europe
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • Media and popular culture
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • International organizations
  • Religion and public life
Peter Bernholz
Professor Emeritus
Universitaet Basel
Postfach
CH-4003 Basel,
Switzerland

E-mail: peter.bernholz@unibas.ch

Lecture Languages: German
Issues
  • Democratic institutions/elections
  • Economics of development
  • Fiscal policy/taxation
  • Government
  • Terrorism
  • International trade and financial institutions
Ann Bernstein
Executive Director
Center for Development and Enterprise
PO Box 1936
Johannesburg 2000,
South Africa

E-mail: ann@cde.org.za
Web site: www.cde.org.za
Issues
  • Democratic institutions/elections
  • Economics of development
  • Education
  • Privatization/deregulation
  • Labor
Jonas Bernstein
Editor, Russia Reform Monitor
American Foreign Policy Council
509 C Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-543-1006
Fax: 202-543-1007
E-mail: bernstein@afpc.org
Web site: www.afpc.org
Issues
  • Russia/Eurasia
Lisa E. Bernstein
Wilson-Dickinson Professor of Law and Co-Director, Institute for Civil Justice
University of Chicago Law School
1111 East 60th Street
Chicago, IL 60637
United States

Phone: 773-834-2881
Fax: 773-702-0730
E-mail: lbernst621@gmail.com
Issues
  • Transportation
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Privatization/contracting-out
Jason Bertsch
Vice President, Marketing
American Enterprise Institute
1150 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-862-5873
Fax: 202-862-7171
E-mail: jbertsch@aei.org
Web site: www.aei.org
Issues
  • Federal education policy
  • American history and political tradition
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
Douglas Besharov
Joseph J. and Violet Jacobs Scholar in Social Welfare Studies
American Enterprise Institute
1150 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-862-5904
Fax: 202-862-5802
E-mail: dbesharov@aei.org
Web site: www.aei.org
Issues
  • Medicaid
  • Family and children
  • Health care reform
  • Aging/long-term care
  • Economic theory
  • Welfare/Welfare Reform
  • Medicare
  • Poverty and dependency
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
  • Adoption, foster care, and child care services
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Social Security and retirement
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
Pierre Bessard
Executive Director, Liberales Institut, and Executive Director
Institut Constant de Rebecque
19, boulevard de Grancy
1006 Lausanne,
Switzerland

E-mail: pierre.bessard@institutconstant.ch
Web site: www.institutconstant.ch
Issues
  • Fiscal policy/taxation
  • International trade and financial institutions
Joseph M. Bessette
Alice Tweed Tuohy Professor of Government and Ethics
Claremont McKenna College
850 Columbia Avenue
Claremont, CA 91711
United States

Phone: 909-607-3989
Fax: 909-621-8416
E-mail: jbessette@cmc.edu
Issues
  • The American founding
  • Corrections and sentencing
  • Police, crime, and crime statistics
Judith A. Best
Distinguished Teaching Professor, Political Science Department
State University of New York, Cortland
217-B Old Main
Cortland, NY 13045
United States

Phone: 607-753-4801
Fax: 607-753-5979
E-mail: bestj@cortland.edu
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • American history and political tradition
  • The American founding
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • Electoral reform/voting rights
  • Executive branch/the presidency
  • -- Political thought (in general)
John J. Bethune
Kennedy Chair in Economics, School of Business
Barton College
PO Box 5000
Wilson, NC 27893
United States

Phone: 252-399-6422
Fax: 252-399-6571
E-mail: jbethune@barton.edu
Issues
  • Intellectual property
  • Economic education
  • Economic forecasting
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • Poverty and dependency
Fran A. Bevan
Pittsburgh Vice President
Pennsylvania Eagle Forum
640 Stonebridge Drive
North Huntingdon, PA 15642
United States

Phone: 724-864-5989
E-mail: fran@eagleforumpa.org
Web site: www.eagleforumpa.org
Issues
  • Health care reform
  • Public school financing and administration
  • Aging/long-term care
  • Bioethics
  • Environmental education
  • Sound science
  • State/local public finance
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Property rights
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • Right-to-life issues
Lillian BeVier
Doherty Charitable Foundation, Professor, School of Law
University of Virginia
580 Massie Road
Charlottesville, VA 22903
United States

Phone: 804-924-3132
Fax: 804-924-7536
E-mail: lrb5s@virginia.edu
Issues
  • Intellectual property
  • Privacy
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Property rights
  • Constitutional law
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Tort and liability reform
  • Judiciary
Andrew G. Biggs
Resident Fellow
American Enterprise Institute
1150 17th Street NW,Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-862-5841
Fax: 202-862-7177
E-mail: andrew.biggs@aei.org
Web site: www.aei.org
Issues
  • Social Security and retirement
Lisl Biggs-Davison
Centre for Research into Post-Communist Economics
57 Tufton Street
London SW1P 3QL,
United Kingdom

E-mail: crce@trident-net.co.uk
Web site: www.crce.org.uk
Issues
  • Privatization/deregulation
William C. Binning
Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science
Youngstown State University
One University Plaza
Youngstown, OH 44555
United States

Phone: 330-941-3435
Fax: 330-941-3439
E-mail: wcbinning@ysu.edu
Issues
  • Government health programs
  • Health care reform
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • Social Security and retirement
  • Electoral reform/voting rights
  • Medicare
Robert L. Bish
Professor Emeritus
University of Victoria
224-1044 Water Street
Port Townsend, WA 98368
United States

Phone: 360-385-4450
E-mail: rbish@uvic.ca
Web site: www.rbish.ca
Issues
  • State/local public finance
  • Privatization/contracting-out
Richard Bishirjian
President
Yorktown University
PO Box 460808
Denver, CO 80246
United States

Phone: 720-212-0843
Fax: 720-528-7761
E-mail: rjb@yorktownuniversity.com
Web site: www.yorktownuniversity.com
Issues
  • Higher education
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
Richard Bjornseth
Professor, Art Department
Savannah College of Art and Design
2612 Dogwood Avenue, #15
Thunderbolt, GA 31404
United States

Phone: 912-356-5173
E-mail: dbjornse@scad.edu
Issues
  • Arts, humanities and historic resources
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Land use/land degradation
Amy E. Black
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
Wheaton College
501 College Avenue
Wheaton, IL 60187-5593
United States

Phone: 630-752-5980
Fax: 630-752-7037
E-mail: amy.e.black@wheaton.edu
Issues
  • Congress
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • Media and popular culture
  • Executive branch/the presidency
  • Religion and public life
  • -- Governing (in general)
Ken Blackwell
Senior Fellow for Family Empowerment
Family Research Council
88 East Broad Street, Suite 1120
Columbus, OH 43215
United States

Phone: 614-224-4422
Fax: 614-224-4644
E-mail: kblackwell@frc.org
Web site: www.frc.org
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Right to work
  • Human Rights
  • Health care reform
  • American history and political tradition
  • Religious freedom
  • Electoral reform/voting rights
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Second Amendment
  • Right-to-life issues
Morton C. Blackwell
President
The Leadership Institute
1101 North Highland Street
Arlington, VA 22201-2854
United States

Phone: 703-247-2000
Fax: 703-247-2001
E-mail: mortonblackwell@limail.us
Web site: www.leadershipinstitute.org
Issues
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Political philosophy
  • Polling
  • Right to work
  • Congress
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Economic education
  • Conservative thought
  • American history and political tradition
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • Philanthropy
  • Non-governmental organizations
  • The Reagan legacy
Charles Paul Blahous III
Director of Spending and Budget Initiative and Senior Research Fellow
George Washington University
3434 Washington Blvd, 4th Floor
Arlington , VA 22201
United States

Phone: 703-993-4930
Fax: 703-993-4935
E-mail: cblahous@mercatus.gmu.edu
Web site: www.mercatus.org
Issues
  • Medicaid
  • Health care reform
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Federal budget
  • Social Security and retirement
  • Medicare
Paul Blair
State Affairs Manager
Americans for Tax Reform
United States

Issues
  • Discretionary spending
  • State/local public finance
  • Budget and Taxation
  • Government waste
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Government debt
  • Federal budget
  • Entitlement spending
  • Privatization/contracting-out
  • International tax policy/tax competition
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Unfunded mandates
Brian Blake
Senior Fellow
Hudson Institute
1201 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Suite 400
Washington, DC 20004
United States

Phone: 202-974-2400
E-mail: bblake@hudson.org
Web site: http://www.hudson.org/experts/1089-brian-blake
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • -- Labor (in general)
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • -- Commerce and infrastructure (in general)
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • -- Governing (in general)
  • -- Energy (in general)
Donal Blaney
Chief Executive
The Young Briton's Foundation
18 Doughty Street
London WC1N 2PL,
United Kingdom

E-mail: donal@ybf.org.uk
Web site: www.ybf.org.uk
Issues
  • Democratic institutions/elections
  • International relations/organizations
Stephen J. Blank
Professor, Department of the Army
U. S. Army War College
122 Forbes Avenue
Carlisle Barracks, PA 17013
United States

Phone: 717-245-4085
Fax: 717-245-3820
E-mail: stephen.blank@us.army.mil
Web site: www.carlisle.army.mil/ssi
Issues
  • Fossil fuels
  • Military strategy
  • China
  • Missile defense
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • NATO/other alliances
  • Arms control
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • South Asia
  • Russia/Eurasia
  • Middle East
  • Korea
  • Emerging threats/threat assessment
David Blankenhorn
President
Institute for American Values
1841 Broadway, Suite 211
New York, NY 10023
United States

Phone: 212-246-3942
Fax: 212-541-6665
E-mail: Blankenhorn@americanvalues.org
Web site: www.americanvalues.org
Issues
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Family and children
  • Media and popular culture
  • Religion and public life
Brian Blase
Senior Research Fellow, Health Policy
Mercatus Center
3434 Washington Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201
United States

Phone: 703-993-4930
E-mail: bblase@mercatus.gmu.edu
Web site: www.mercatus.org
Issues
  • Medicaid
  • Health care reform
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • Medicare
Mark Blitz
Fletcher-Jones Professor of Political Philosophy
Claremont McKenna College
850 Columbia Avenue
Claremont, CA 91711
United States

Phone: 909-607-3232
Fax: 909-621-8419
E-mail: mark.blitz@cmc.edu
Issues
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Political philosophy
  • Arts, humanities and historic resources
  • Ethics
  • Conservative thought
  • Higher education
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • American history and political tradition
  • The American founding
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • The Reagan legacy
Michael K. Block Ph.D.
Professor of Economics
University of Arizona
McClelland Hall 432
PO Box 210108
Tucson, AZ 85721-0108
United States

Phone: 520-621-6224
Fax: 520-621-8450
E-mail: mkblock@email.arizona.edu
Web site: https://econ.arizona.edu/faculty/block.asp
Issues
  • Electricity deregulation
  • Economic education
  • Economic theory
  • Regulatory reform
  • Corrections and sentencing
Walter Block
Wirth Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair in Economics, College of Business Administration
Loyola University, New Orleans
6363 St. Charles Avenue, Box 15, Miller 321
New Orleans, LA 70118
United States

Phone: 504-864-7934
Fax: 504-864-7970
E-mail: wblock@loyno.edu
Web site: www.walterblock.com
Issues
  • -- Labor (in general)
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • -- Commerce and infrastructure (in general)
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • -- Crime, justice, and the law (in general)
  • -- Education (in general)
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • -- Energy (in general)
Mark A. Bloomfield
President
American Council for Capital Formation
1001 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 620
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-467-6787
Fax: 202-467-6784
E-mail: mbloomfield@accf.org
Web site: http://accf.org
Issues
  • Polling
  • Congress
  • Economic education
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • International tax policy/tax competition
  • Taxation/tax reform
Robert B. Bluey
Vice President of Publishing and Editor-in-Chief, The Daily Signal
The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-546-4400
E-mail: robert.bluey@heritage.org
Web site: www.heritage.org
Twitter: @RobertBluey
Issues
  • -- Information technology (in general)
  • Media and popular culture
Edward J. Blum
Visiting Fellow
American Enterprise Institute
1150 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 703-505-1922
Fax: 202-862-7177
E-mail: eblum@aei.org
Web site: www.aei.org
Issues
  • Electoral reform/voting rights
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
Daniel Blumenthal J.D.
Resident Fellow
American Enterprise Institute
1150 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-862-5910
Fax: 202-862-7178
E-mail: dlblumen2004@yahoo.com
Web site: www.aei.org
Issues
  • China
  • Southeast Asia
David Boaz
Executive Vice President
Cato Institute
1000 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
United States

Phone: 202-789-5290
Fax: 202-842-3490
E-mail: dboaz@cato.org
Web site: www.cato.org
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Federal budget
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • -- Political thought (in general)
David J. Bobb Ph.D.
President
The Bill of Rights Institute
200 N. Glebe Rd, Suite 200
Arlington, VA 22203
United States

Phone: 703-894-1776
E-mail: dbobb@billofrightsinstitute.org
Web site: http://billofrightsinstitute.org/
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • American history and political tradition
  • The American founding
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • -- Education (in general)
  • Religion and public life
  • -- Political thought (in general)
Romina Boccia
Deputy Director, Thomas A. Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies and Grover M. Hermann Fellow in Federal Budgetary Affairs
The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Ave. NE
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-546-4400
E-mail: romina.boccia@heritage.org
Web site: www.heritage.org
Issues
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Unfunded mandates
  • Discretionary spending
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Government waste
  • -- Commerce and infrastructure (in general)
  • Government debt
  • Federal budget
  • Entitlement spending
  • Privatization/contracting-out
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
Vicente Boceta Alvarez
Secretary General
Circulo de Empresarios
Paseo de la Castellana, 15 - 6ª Planta
28046 Madrid,
Spain

E-mail: asociacion@circulodeempresarios.org
Web site: www.circulodeempresarios.org
Issues
  • Economics of development
  • International relations/organizations
  • Agriculture
Kenneth Boehm
Chairman
National Legal and Policy Center
107 Park Washington Court
Falls Church, VA 22046-4237
United States

Phone: 703-237-1970
Fax: 703-237-2090
E-mail: kboehm@nlpc.org
Web site: www.nlpc.org
Issues
  • Ethics
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Unions
  • Public interest law
Peter J. Boettke
University Professor of Economics and Philosophy
George Mason University
George Mason University
4400 University Drive, 324 Enterprise Hall
Fairfax, VA 22030
United States

Phone: 703-993-1149
Fax: 703-993-1133
E-mail: pboettke@gmu.edu
Web site: www.economics.gmu.edu
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • China
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • Comparative economics
  • Economic theory
  • Russia/Eurasia
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • Northeast Asia
  • Federalism
Cecil E. Bohanon
Professor, Department of Economics
Ball State University
2000 West University Avenue
Whitinger Business Building 201
Muncie, IN 47306
United States

Phone: 765-285-5363
Fax: 765-285-4313
E-mail: cbohanon@bsu.edu
Web site: www.cms.bsu.edu
Issues
  • Polling
  • State/local public finance
  • Immigration
  • Economic theory
  • Property rights
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • -- Energy (in general)
Carolina Bolivar
President
Instituto Cultural Ludwig von Mises, A.C.
Avenida San Isidro 107
Col. Juriquilla
Querétaro, 76230,
Mexico

E-mail: cbolivar@icumi.org.mx
Web site: www.icumi.org.mx

Lecture Languages: Spanish
Issues
  • Marriage, family, and civil society
  • Education
Philip Bom
Professor of Government, Robertson School of Government
Regent University
9629 162nd Avenue, NE
Redmond, WA 98052
United States

Phone: 757-226-4746
E-mail: philbom@regent.edu
Issues
  • Human Rights
  • Canada
  • United Nations
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
Michael T. Bond Ph.D.
Professor of Finance
Cleveland State University
15524 Edgewater Drive
Lakewood, OH 44107
United States

Phone: 216-226-7990
Fax: 216-226-7990
E-mail: mbond10424@aol.com
Issues
  • Medicaid
  • Health care reform
  • Medicare
Gerardo Bongiovanni
Presidentel
Fundación Libertad
Mitre 170
2000 Rosario, Santa Fe,
Argentina

E-mail: gbongiovanni@libertad.org.ar
Web site: www.libertad.org.ar
Issues
  • Democratic institutions/elections
  • Economics of development
  • Fiscal policy/taxation
Paul J. Bonicelli Ph.D.
DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS AND EDUCATION
Acton Institute
98 E. Fulton Street
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
United States

Phone: 616-454-3080
E-mail: pbonicelli@acton.org
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Human Rights
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Public school financing and administration
  • China
  • NATO/other alliances
  • Higher education
  • Peacekeeping
  • United Nations
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Western Europe
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • Religious freedom
  • Trade
  • Comparative government
  • International law
  • Northeast Asia
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Mexico
  • Latin America
Donald R. Booth
Professor of Economics, School of Business and Economics
Chapman University
18551 Via Bravo
Villa Park, CA 92861-2764
United States

Fax: 714-532-6081
E-mail: booth@chapman.edu
Issues
  • Trade
  • Climate change
  • China
  • Economic theory
  • The Economy
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
Philip Booth
2 Lord North Street
London, SW1P 3LB
United Kingdom

Phone: 442-077-9989 Ext 12
E-mail: PBooth@iea.org.uk
Issues
    None Indicated
James Bopp Jr.
General Counsel
James Madison Center for Free Speech
1 South Sixth Street
Terre Haute, IN 47807
United States

Phone: 812-232-2434
Fax: 812-235-3685
E-mail: jboppjr@aol.com
Web site: www.jamesmadisoncenter.org
Issues
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Bioethics
  • Constitutional law
  • Right-to-life issues
  • Judiciary
  • Free speech
Harry Borders
Executive Director
Kentucky League for Educational Alternatives
1042 Burlington Lane
Frankfort, KY 40601
United States

Phone: 502-875-8010
Fax: 502-875-2841
E-mail: hborders@kleaonline.org
Web site: www.kleaonline.org
Issues
  • Public school financing and administration
  • Federal education policy
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
Max Borders
Director of Idea Accounts & Creative Development
Emergent Order
505 W. 15th St.
Austin, TX 78701
United States

Phone: 202-286-4023
E-mail: hello@econstories.tv
Web site: www.emergentorder.com
Issues
  • Economic theory
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
Deneen Borelli
Director of Outreach
FreedomWorks
400 North Capitol Street, Suite 765
Washington, DC 20001
United States

Phone: 202-783-3870
E-mail: dborelli@freedomworks.org
Web site: www.freedomworks.org
Twitter: @deneenborelli
Issues
  • Government waste
  • Government debt
  • -- Commerce and infrastructure (in general)
  • Entitlement spending
  • Media and popular culture
  • The Economy
Tom Borelli Ph.D.
Senior Fellow
FreedomWorks
400 North Capitol Street, Suite 765
Washington, DC 20001
United States

Phone: 202-783-3870
E-mail: tborelli@freedomworks.org
Web site: www.freedomworks.org
Twitter: @tomborelli
Issues
  • Regulatory budgeting
  • Regulatory reform
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
Ellen Bork
Director
Foreign Policy Initiative
11 Dupont Circle NW, Suite 325
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-296-3322
E-mail: ebork@foreignpolicyi.org
Web site: www.foreignpolicyi.org
Issues
  • Human Rights
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
Omar J. Borla
Principal and Founder Partner
DECON First LLC
802 Dallam Road
Newark, DE 19711
United States

Phone: 302-407-0910
E-mail: info@deconfirst.com
Web site: http://www.deconfirst.com
Issues
  • The Economy
Julie Borowski
Policy Analyst
FreedomWorks
400 North Capitol Street, Suite 765
Washington, DC 20001
United States

Phone: 202-783-3870
E-mail: jborowski@freedomworks.org
Web site: www.freedomworks.org
Twitter: @julieborowski
Issues
  • Government waste
  • Government debt
  • Money and financial services
  • Federal budget
  • Economic theory
  • Entitlement spending
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • Taxation/tax reform
Michael J. Boskin
Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, and T.M. Friedman Professor of Economics
Stanford University
579 Serra Mall
Stanford, CA 94305-6010
United States

Phone: 650-723-6482
Fax: 650-723-6494
E-mail: boskin@stanford.edu
Issues
  • Discretionary spending
  • Economic education
  • Government debt
  • Federal budget
  • Economic theory
  • Economic forecasting
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • The Reagan legacy
Daniel B. Botkin
President and Founder
The Center for the Study of the Environment
245 Eighth Avenue, #270
New York, NY 10011
United States

Phone: 917-747-3068
Fax: 805-569-9170
E-mail: dbotkin@naturestudy.org
Issues
  • Sound science
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
Boudewijn Bouckaert
Professor
University of Ghent
Law School, Department of Legal Theory
Baliestraat 99
9000 Ghent,
Belgium

E-mail: boudewijn.bouckaert@rug.ac.be
Web site: www.novacivilas.org
Issues
  • Democratic institutions/elections
  • Environment
  • Religion and public life
  • Privatization/deregulation
Donald J. Boudreaux
Senior Fellow, Martha and Nelson Getchell Chair for the Study of Free Market Capitalism, Mercatus Center
George Mason University
4400 University Drive
339 Enterprise Hall
Fairfax, VA 22030-4444
United States

Phone: 703-993-1157
Fax: 703-993-1133
E-mail: dboudrea@gmu.edu
Web site: www.gmu.edu/departments/economics/
Issues
  • Trade
  • Economic education
  • Anti-trust
Karol Boudreaux
Land Tenure and Resource Rights Practice Lead
Cloudburst Consulting Group
8400 Corporate Drive, Suite 550
Landover, MD 20785-2238
United States

Phone: 301-918-4400
Fax: 301-918-4900
E-mail: info@cloudburstgroup.com
Web site: www.mercatus.org
Issues
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Economic theory
  • Property rights
  • International law
  • Africa
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
Hardy Bouillon
Chairman, Academic Advisory Board
Centre for the New Europe
Sachsenstr. 29
54295 Trier,
Germany

E-mail: hardy.bouillon@cne.org
Web site: www.cne.org
Issues
  • Democratic institutions/elections
  • Environment
  • Government
  • Religion and public life
  • Privatization/deregulation
  • Health care
  • Culture, community, and demographic change
Sandy Liddy Bourne
Policy Advisor
Heartland Institute
3939 N Wilke Rd
Arlington Heights, IL 60606
United States

Phone: 703-527-3585
E-mail: sandy@energyfreedomcenter.org
Issues
  • Ethics
  • Fossil fuels
  • Aging/long-term care
  • Conservative thought
  • Infrastructure
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Electricity deregulation
  • Climate change
  • Regulatory reform
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Federalism
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • State and local government
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • -- Governing (in general)
Victor Andrew Boutros
CEO
Focus on the Family, Australia
PO Box 5210
CLAYTON VICTORIA 3168,
Australia

Web site: www.families.org.au
Issues
  • Marriage, family, and civil society
  • Education
  • Religion and public life
Karen Bowling
Executive Director
Nebraska Family Alliance
1106 E Street
Lincoln, NE 68508
United States

Phone: 402-477-3191
E-mail: karen@nebraskafamilyalliance.org
Issues
    None Indicated
Bethany O’Bannon Bowman
Director of Operations
Education Public Policy and Consulting Global Management, Inc
PO Box 4938
Cleveland, TN 37320
United States

Phone: 423-614-8840
Fax: 423-473-7304
E-mail: bethany.bowman@eppcmanagement.com
Web site: www.eppcmanagement.com
Issues
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Marriage and family structure
  • -- Family (in general)
James Bowman
Resident Scholar
Ethics and Public Policy Center
1730 M Street NW, Suite 910
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-715-3486
Fax: 202-408-0632
E-mail: JVB@JamesBowman.net
Web site: www.jamesbowman.net
Issues
  • Ethics
  • Arts, humanities and historic resources
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • Media and popular culture
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • -- Education (in general)
  • -- Family (in general)
John C. Bowman
Executive Director
Education Public Policy and Consulting Global Management, Inc
1850 Executive Park, NW
Cleveland, TN 37312
United States

Phone: 423-614-8840
Fax: 423-473-9304
E-mail: jc.bowman@eppcmanagement.com
Web site: www.eppcmanagement.com
Issues
  • Family and children
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Africa
  • Personnel policies
  • Religious freedom
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Non-governmental organizations
  • -- Education (in general)
  • Religion and public life
  • Poverty and dependency
Michael Bowman
Vice President, Policy
American Legislative Exchange Council
2900 Crystal Drive, 6th Floor
Arlington, VA 22202
United States

Phone: 703-373-0933
Fax: 703-373-0927
E-mail: mbowman@alec.org
Web site: www.alec.org
Issues
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • -- Information technology (in general)
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • -- Crime, justice, and the law (in general)
  • -- Education (in general)
  • State and local government
  • Initiative and referendum
  • -- Governing (in general)
  • -- Family (in general)
Sam Bowman
Research Director
Adam Smith Institute
23 Great Smith Street
London SW1P 3BL,
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 020 7222 4995
E-mail: sam@adamsmith.org
Web site: www.adamsmith.org
Twitter: @s8mb
Issues
  • Economics of development
  • Fiscal policy/taxation
  • Privatization/deregulation
  • Culture, community, and demographic change
Jim L. Bowyer
Director, Responsible Materials Program
Dovetail Partners, Inc.
528 Hennepin Avenue, Suite 202
Minneapolis, MN 55403
United States

E-mail: jimbowyer@comcast.net
Web site: www.dovetailinc.org
Issues
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Natural resources
  • Other energy options
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
Ian Boyd CSB
President
G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture
400 South Orange Avenue
Walsh Library, Room 430
South Orange, NJ 07079
United States

Phone: 973-275-2430
Fax: 973-275-2594
E-mail: boydjian@shu.edu
Web site: academic.shu.edu/chesterton
Issues
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
Lindsay Boyd
Director of Policy
The Beacon Center of Tennessee
PO Box 198646
Nashville, TN 37219
United States

Phone: 615-383-6431
E-mail: lindsay@beacontn.org
Web site: www.beacontn.org
Issues
  • -- Labor (in general)
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • -- Information technology (in general)
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • -- Commerce and infrastructure (in general)
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • -- Crime, justice, and the law (in general)
  • -- National security (in general)
  • -- Education (in general)
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • -- Governing (in general)
  • -- Family (in general)
Jerry Boykin (Ret.)
Executive Vice President
Family Research Council
801 G Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
United States

Phone: 202-393-2100
E-mail: wgb@frc.org
Web site: www.frc.org
Issues
  • Homeland security/civil defense
  • Family and children
  • Military strategy
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Missile defense
  • NATO/other alliances
  • Readiness/manpower
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • Marriage and family structure
  • -- National security (in general)
  • Media and popular culture
  • Defense budget
  • Religion and public life
  • Right-to-life issues
  • -- Family (in general)
L. Brent Bozell III
Founder and President
Media Research Center
1900 Campus Commons Dr., Suite 600
Reston, VA 20191
United States

Phone: 571-267-3500
Fax: 703-683-9736
E-mail: bbozell@mediaresearch.org
Web site: www.mrc.org
Issues
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Conservative thought
  • Media and popular culture
Barry Bracewell-Milnes
26 Lancaster Court
Banstead
Surrey SM 7 1RR,
United Kingdom

Issues
  • Fiscal policy/taxation
Patricia Bradburn
President
Virginians for Property Rights
12750 Chatter Brook Drive
Catharpin, VA 20143-1031
United States

Phone: 703-754-7900
Fax: 703-753-3005
E-mail: pbradburn@erols.com
Issues
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Property rights
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Environmental regulation
Anthony Bradley
Research Fellow
Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty
98 E. Fulton Street
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
United States

Phone: 616-454-3080
Fax: 616-454-9454
E-mail: abradley@acton.org
Web site: www.acton.org
Issues
  • Housing and homelessness
  • Family and children
  • Minimum wage
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • Welfare/Welfare Reform
  • Religious freedom
  • Church-state relations
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Poverty and dependency
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
  • Adoption, foster care, and child care services
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Media and popular culture
  • Latin America
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • Religion and public life
Gerard V. Bradley
Professor of Law
Notre Dame Law School
124 Law School
PO Box 780
Notre Dame, IN 46556
United States

Phone: 574-631-8385
Fax: 574-631-4197
E-mail: gerard.v.bradley.16@nd.edu
Web site: law.nd.edu
Issues
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • American history and political tradition
  • The American founding
  • Religious freedom
  • Church-state relations
  • Constitutional law
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Criminal law and procedure
Katherine Bradley
Research Fellow, DeVos Center for Religion and Civil Society
The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-546-4400
E-mail: info@heritage.org
Web site: www.heritage.org
Issues
  • Welfare/Welfare Reform
  • Entitlement spending
Robert L. Bradley Jr.
Chairman
Institute for Energy Research
1415 South Voss Road, Suite 110-287
Houston, TX 77057
United States

Phone: 713-974-1918
Fax: 713-974-1993
E-mail: iertx@swbell.net
Web site: www.instituteforenergyresearch.org
Issues
  • Electricity deregulation
  • Climate change
  • Fossil fuels
  • Natural resources
Tiffany Bradley
Director of Philanthropy
John Jay Institute
P.O. Box 28221
Philadelphia, PA 19131
United States

Phone: 215-987-3004
Fax: 215-207-9370
E-mail: tbradley@johnjayinstitute.org
Web site: www.johnjayinstitute.org
Issues
    None Indicated
David W. Brady
Senior Fellow and Deputy Director of Research
Hoover Institution
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-6010
United States

Phone: 650-723-1754
Fax: 650-723-1687
E-mail: dbrady@stanford.edu
Web site: www.hoover.org
Issues
  • Polling
  • Congress
  • Federal budget
  • Executive branch/the presidency
Demian Brady
Senior Policy Analyst
National Taxpayers Union
108 North Alfred Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
United States

Phone: 703-683-5700
Fax: 703-683-5722
E-mail: dbrady@ntu.org
Web site: www.ntu.org
Issues
  • Congress
  • Taxation/tax reform
Tarren Bragdon
President & Chief Executive Officer
Foundation for Government Accountability
15275 Collier Blvd, Suite 201-279
Naples, FL 34119
United States

Phone: 239-244-8808
Fax: 239-217-4397
E-mail: tbragdon@floridafga.org
Web site: www.FloridaFGA.org
Issues
  • Medicaid
  • Government health programs
  • Health care reform
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
Peter Brandt
Senior Director, Public Policy Division
Focus on the Family
8605 Explorer Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
United States

Phone: 719-548-4634
Fax: 719-548-5941
E-mail: brandtpl@fotf.org
Web site: www.fotf.org
Issues
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
  • Judiciary
Paul Brantingham
Professor of Criminology
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6,
Canada

Phone: 778-782-4175
E-mail: branting@sfu.ca
Issues
  • Justice/crime
Twila Brase R.N.
President and Co-Founder
Citizens' Council for Health Freedom (CCHF)
161 St. Anthony Ave, Suite 923
St. Paul, MN 55103
United States

Phone: 651-646-8935
Fax: 651-646-0100
E-mail: info@cchfreedom.org
Web site: www.cchfreedom.org
Issues
  • Privacy
  • Health care reform
Miguel Braun
Director
Center for the Implementation of Public Policies Promoting Equity and Growth
Av. Callao 25, 1er piso
C1022AAA Buenos Aires,
Argentina

E-mail: mbraun@cippec.org
Web site: www.cippec.org

Lecture Languages: Spanish
Issues
  • Economics of development
  • Fiscal policy/taxation
Christian N. Braunlich
Vice President
Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy
9035 Golden Sunset Lane
Springfield, VA 22153-2456
United States

Phone: 703-922-6768
Fax: 703-455-1531
E-mail: c.braunlich@att.net
Web site: www.thomasjeffersoninst.org
Issues
  • Early childhood education
  • Public school financing and administration
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • -- Education (in general)
Charles H. Breeden
Associate Professor, Department of Economics
Marquette University
PO Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
United States

Phone: 414-288-3370
Fax: 414-288-5757
E-mail: charles.breeden@marquette.edu
Issues
  • State/local public finance
  • Tort and liability reform
Marshall J. Breger
Professor, Columbus School of Law
Catholic University of America
3600 John MacCormack Road, NE
Washington, DC 20064
United States

Phone: 202-319-5140
Fax: 202-319-4459
E-mail: breger@cua.edu
Web site: www.cua.edu
Issues
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Homeland security/civil defense
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Religious freedom
  • Church-state relations
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Constitutional law
  • Regulation through litigation
  • Terrorism and international crime
  • Risk assessment
  • Immigration
  • Regulatory budgeting
  • Regulatory reform
  • Federalism
  • Middle East
  • Executive branch/the presidency
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Religion and public life
  • Judiciary
H. Geoffrey Brennan
Professor
Australian National University
Research School of Social Sciences
Social and Political Theory Group
CANBERRA ACT 200,
Australia

E-mail: geoffrey.brennan@anu.edu.au
Web site: www.anu.edu.au
Issues
  • Democratic institutions/elections
  • Fiscal policy/taxation
  • Government
  • Religion and public life
Thomas A. Breslin Ph.D.
Professor
Florida International University
University Park, DM431B
11200 SW 8th Street
Miami, FL 33199
United States

Phone: 305-348-2304
Fax: 305-348-6138
E-mail: breslint@fiu.edu
Issues
  • China
  • American history and political tradition
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
Lester Brickman Ph.D.
Professor of Law
Cardozo Law School
55 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10003
United States

Phone: 212-790-0327
Fax: 212-790-0205
E-mail: brickman@yu.edu
Web site: www.lesterbrickman.com
Issues
  • Regulation through litigation
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Tort and liability reform
  • Judiciary
John Bridgeland
President and CEO
Civic Enterprises
1828 L Street, NW, 11th Floor
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-467-8816
E-mail: bridge@civicenterprises.net
Web site: www.civicenterprises.net
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Federal education policy
  • Church-state relations
  • Constitutional law
  • Police, crime, and crime statistics
  • Criminal law and procedure
  • Poverty and dependency
  • American history and political tradition
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • Adoption, foster care, and child care services
  • Philanthropy
  • -- Education (in general)
  • Religion and public life
  • -- Family (in general)
Mark Brnovich
Attorney General of Arizona
1275 West Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007
United States

Phone: 602-542-5025
Web site: www.correctionscorp.com
Issues
  • Homeland security/civil defense
  • Military strategy
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • Peacekeeping
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Constitutional law
  • Environmental regulation
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Second Amendment
  • Criminal law and procedure
  • Tort and liability reform
  • Government waste
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Property rights
  • Federalism
  • State and local government
  • State-sponsored gambling
  • Initiative and referendum
  • Judiciary
Peter Brookes
Senior Research Fellow, National Security Affairs and Chung Ju-Yung Fellow for Policy Studies
The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-608-6083
Fax: 202-675-1779
E-mail: peter.brookes@heritage.org
Web site: www.heritage.org
Issues
  • Intelligence gathering/covert operations
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Terrorism and international crime
  • China
  • -- National security (in general)
Arthur C. Brooks
President
American Enterprise Institute
1150 17th Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-419-5213
E-mail: danielle.duncan@aei.org
Web site: www.aei.org
Issues
  • Arts, humanities and historic resources
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • Military strategy
  • Media and popular culture
  • Philanthropy
  • Religion and public life
B. Jason Brooks
Director of Research and Communications
Foundation for Education Reform and Accountability
PO Box 1108
Clifton Park, NY 12065
United States

Phone: 518-383-2598
Fax: 518-383-2841
E-mail: bjbrooks@nyfera.org
Web site: www.nyfera.org
Issues
  • Public school financing and administration
  • Federal education policy
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • -- Education (in general)
Bill Brooks
Principal
Brooks Consulting
1821 Wysong Ct
Raleigh, NC 27612
United States

Phone: 919-787-2942
Web site: www.ncfamily.org
Issues
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • State and local government
  • State-sponsored gambling
Charles David Brooks
President
Brooks Consulting International, LLC
16 South Manchester Street
Arlington, VA 22204
United States

Phone: 703-998-5800
Fax: 703-998-5800
E-mail: chetz18@aol.com
Issues
  • Homeland security/civil defense
  • International finance and multilateral banks
  • Congress
  • Missile defense
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Trade
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Terrorism and international crime
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • -- National security (in general)
  • Middle East
  • Executive branch/the presidency
  • Other energy options
  • The Reagan legacy
  • Emerging threats/threat assessment
Kay Brooks
Founder
TnHomeEd.com
3929 Ivy Drive
Nashville, TN 37216
United States

Phone: 615-226-6139
Fax: 615-226-6139
E-mail: kay@tnhomeed.com
Web site: www.tnhomeed.com
Issues
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • -- Education (in general)
Philippa Broom
Director
Westminster Foundation for Democracy Programme
The Conservative Party
30 Millbank
London, SW1P 4DP,
United Kingdom

E-mail: philippa.broom@conservatives.com
Web site: www.conservatives.com
Issues
  • Democratic institutions/elections
  • International relations/organizations
Wayne T. Brough
Chief Economist and Vice President of Research
FreedomWorks
400 North Capitol Street, Suite 765
Washington, DC 20001
United States

Phone: 202-783-3870
E-mail: wbrough@freedomworks.org
Web site: www.freedomworks.org
Issues
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • -- Information technology (in general)
  • Economic theory
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Anti-trust
  • The Economy
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Tort and liability reform
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Transportation
  • Regulation through litigation
  • Risk assessment
  • Regulatory budgeting
  • Regulatory reform
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
Matthew J. Brouillette
President and CEO
Commonwealth Partners Chamber of Entrepreneurs
225 State Street, Suite 302
Harrisburg, PA 17101
United States

Phone: 717-671-1901
Fax: 717-671-1905
E-mail: matt@thecommonwealthpartners.com
Web site: www.commonwealthfoundation.org
Twitter: www.twitter.com/mattbrouillette
Issues
  • Early childhood education
  • Right to work
  • Health care reform
  • Minimum wage
  • Public school financing and administration
  • Conservative thought
  • Unions
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Transportation
  • State/local public finance
  • Government waste
  • American history and political tradition
  • The American founding
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • State and local government
Candace A. Browdy
Executive Director
The Schuler Family Foundation
28161 North Keith Drive
Lake Forest, IL 60045
United States

Phone: 773-631-9020
E-mail: candace@schulerfoundation.org
Web site: www.schulerfoundation.org
Issues
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
Brian S. Brown
President
National Organization for Marriage
K Street NW Suite 300
Washington, DC 20006
United States

Phone: 609-688-0450
Fax: 888-894-3604
E-mail: contact@nationformarriage.org
Web site: www.nationformarriage.org
Issues
  • Family and children
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Religion and public life
Debbie Brown
Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development
1775 Sherman Street, Suite 2700
Denver, CO 80203
United States

Phone: 720-280-0511
E-mail: debbie@cred.org
Web site: www.cred.org
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • -- Energy (in general)
Floyd G. Brown
President
Reagan Legacy Foundation
4224 67th Avenue CT W
University Place, WA 98466
United States

Phone: 253-238-8840
Fax: 253-238-6193
E-mail: floydgbrown@gmail.com
Web site: www.2minuteview.com
Issues
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Natural resources
  • Land use/land degradation
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Property rights
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • Electoral reform/voting rights
  • Media and popular culture
  • Philanthropy
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • State and local government
  • -- Governing (in general)
  • State-sponsored gambling
  • The Reagan legacy
Kenneth M. Brown Ph.D.
Director of Research
Rio Grande Foundation
5800 Valerian Place, NE
Albuquerque, NM 87111
United States

Phone: 505-797-2324
Fax: 505-286-2422
E-mail: kmbbrown23@aol.com
Web site: www.riograndefoundation.org
Issues
  • Intelligence gathering/covert operations
  • Minimum wage
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Conservative thought
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
Khari Brown
Executive Director
Capital Partners in Education
1524 35th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007
United States

Phone: 202-338-1330
Fax: 202-338-1877
E-mail: khari@cpfe.org
Web site: www.cpfe.org
Issues
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
Morgan Brown
Director, School Relations and Board Governance
Charter School Partners
2800 University Ave S.E., Suite 202
Minneapolis, MN 55414
United States

Phone: 952-297-6791
Web site: www.charterschoolspartners.org
Issues
  • Federal education policy
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
Anthony Browne
Director
Policy Exchange
Clutha House
10 Storey's Gate
London SW1P 3AY,
United Kingdom

E-mail: anthony.browne@policyexchange.org.uk
Web site: www.policyexchange.org.uk
Issues
  • Environment
  • Health care
Sharon Browne
Principal Attorney
Pacific Legal Foundation
3900 Lennane Drive, Suite 200
Sacramento, CA 95834
United States

Phone: 916-362-2833
Fax: 916-362-2932
Issues
  • Bilingual education
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Constitutional law
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
Elizabeth Brubaker
Executive Director
Environment Probe
225 Brunswick Avenue
Toronto, ON M5S 2M6,
Canada

E-mail: ElizabethBrubaker@nextcity.com
Web site: www.environmentprobe.org
Issues
  • Environment
  • Privatization/deregulation
Stanley C. Brubaker
Department of Political Science
Colgate University
135 Persson Hall
Hamilton, NY 13346
United States

Phone: 315-228-7663
E-mail: sbrubaker@mail.colgate.edu
Issues
  • Constitutional law
  • Free speech
Andrzej Brzeski
Professor of Economics Emeritus
University of California
Department of Economics
Davis, CA 95616
United States

Phone: 530-756-0665
Fax: 530-756-0694
E-mail: abrzeski@ucdavis.edu

Lecture Languages: Polish
Translation Languages: Polish
Issues
  • Economic education
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • Comparative economics
Steven P. Bucci
Visiting Fellow, Davis Institute and Truluck Center for Leadership
The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-546-4400
E-mail: info@heritage.org
Web site: www.heritage.org
Issues
  • Homeland security/civil defense
  • Intelligence gathering/covert operations
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Terrorism and international crime
  • Readiness/manpower
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • -- National security (in general)
  • Emerging threats/threat assessment
Jennifer Buckingham
Research Fellow
The Centre for Independent Studies
PO Box 92
ST. LEONARDS, NSW 1590,
Australia

E-mail: jbuckingham@cis.org.au
Web site: www.cis.org.au
Issues
  • Education
Francis H. Buckley
Professor of Law and Director, Law and Economics Center
George Mason University School of Law
3301 North Fairfax Drive
Arlington, VA 22201
United States

Phone: 703-993-8028
Fax: 703-993-8088
E-mail: fbuckley@gmu.edu
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Immigration
  • Comparative government
  • Conservative thought
  • Canada
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Federalism
  • Church-state relations
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Tort and liability reform
Gary Bullert
Professor of Political Science
Columbia Basin College
2600 North 20th Street
Pasco, WA 99301
United States

Phone: 509-547-0511 Ext 2216
Fax: 509-546-0401
E-mail: gbullert@columbiabasin.edu
Web site: http://www.columbiabasin.edu
Issues
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Political philosophy
  • Ethics
  • Human Rights
  • Missile defense
  • Conservative thought
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Church-state relations
  • Religious freedom
  • Second Amendment
  • Free speech
  • American history and political tradition
  • The American founding
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Religion and public life
  • Initiative and referendum
  • The Reagan legacy
Scott Bullock
Senior Attorney
Institute for Justice
901 North Glebe Road, Suite 900
Arlington, VA 22203
United States

Phone: 703-682-9320
Fax: 703-682-9321
E-mail: sbullock@ij.org
Web site: www.ij.org
Issues
  • Property rights
  • Public interest law
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Constitutional law
  • Free speech
Victoria Craig Bunce
Director of Research and Policy
Council for Affordable Health Insurance
10778 Alison Way
Inver Grove Heights, MN 55077-5459
United States

Phone: 651-905-4982
Fax: 651-905-4982
E-mail: torybunce@cahi.org
Web site: www.cahi.org
Issues
  • Medicaid
  • Government health programs
  • Health care reform
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • Aging/long-term care
  • Regulatory reform
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Medicare
  • Unfunded mandates
Frank A. Burd
President
Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs
401 East Pratt Street, Suite 1611
Baltimore, MD 21202
United States

Phone: 410-727-2150
Fax: 410-727-2174
E-mail: bcfaprograms@verizon.net
Issues
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • -- National security (in general)
Joyce Burges
Co-Founder
National Black Home Educators Resource Association
13434 Plank Road, PMB # 110
Baker, LA 70714
United States

Phone: 225-778-0169
E-mail: contact@nbhe.net
Web site: www.nbhe.net
Issues
  • Ethics
  • Early childhood education
  • Family and children
  • Conservative thought
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Media and popular culture
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • Right-to-life issues
Steven J. Buri
President
Discovery Institute
208 Columbia Street
Seattle, WA 98104
United States

Phone: 206-292-0401 x.125
Fax: 206-682-5320
E-mail: steveb@discovery.org
Web site: www.discovery.org
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
Denise Mary Burke
Vice President and Legal Director
Americans United for Life
310 South Peoria Street, Suite 500
Chicago, IL 60607
United States

Phone: 312-568-4740
Fax: 312-492-7235
E-mail: denise.burke@aul.org
Web site: www.aul.org
Issues
  • Bioethics
  • Constitutional law
  • Right-to-life issues
Lindsey Burke
Will Skillman Fellow in Education
The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Avenue Northeast
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-608-6081
E-mail: Lindsey.Burke@heritage.org
Web site: www.heritage.org/
Facebook: www.facebook.com/heritagefoundation
Twitter: twitter.com/Heritage
Issues
  • Early childhood education
  • Public school financing and administration
  • Higher education
  • Federal education policy
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Bilingual education
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • -- Education (in general)
Thomas Patrick Burke
President
Wynnewood Institute
104 Haverford Road
Wynnewood, PA 19096-3817
United States

Phone: 610-642-2563
Fax: 610-642-2654
E-mail: ptburke@temple.edu
Web site: www.wynnewood.org
Issues
  • Citizenship and civil society
  • Political philosophy
  • Ethics
  • Human Rights
  • Health care reform
  • Conservative thought
  • Higher education
  • Western Europe
  • Religious freedom
  • Church-state relations
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • The Economy
  • Tort and liability reform
  • Comparative government
  • Southeast Asia
  • Comparative economics
  • Property rights
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • Religion and public life
Shane Burkhardt
Director of Planning Services
American Structurepoint, Inc.
7260 Shadeland Station
Indianapolis, IN 46256
United States

Phone: 317-547-5580
Fax: 317-543-0270
E-mail: sburkhardt@structurepoint.com
Web site: www.structurepoint.com
Issues
  • Transportation
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Land use/land degradation
James Burling
Director of Litigation
Pacific Legal Foundation
3900 Lennane Drive, Suite 200
Sacramento, CA 95834
United States

Phone: 916-419-7111
Fax: 916-419-7747
E-mail: jsb@pacificlegal.org
Web site: www.pacificlegal.org
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Natural resources
  • Property rights
  • Public interest law
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Constitutional law
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Environmental regulation
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
H. Sterling Burnett
Managing Editor
The Heartland Institute
3939 North Wilke Rd.
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
United States

Phone: 312-377-4000
E-mail: hsburnett@heartland.org
Web site: www.heartland.org
Issues
  • Fossil fuels
  • Natural resources
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Air/air pollution
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Property rights
  • Other energy options
  • Nuclear energy
James B. Burnham
Murrin Professor of Global Competitiveness, Donahue Graduate School of Business
Duquesne University
600 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15282-3016
United States

Phone: 412-396-5118
Fax: 412-396-1797
E-mail: burnham@duq.edu
Web site: www.bus.duq.edu/faculty/burnham
Issues
  • International finance and multilateral banks
  • Trade
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Money and financial services
Deborah Burstion-Donbraye
Managing Director
American Multimedia Inc. of Nigeria, International Consultants
19808 Longbrook Road
Warrensville Heights, OH 44128-2767
United States

Phone: 216-295-2556
E-mail: d.burstion-donbraye@att.net
Issues
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • Africa
  • Abstinence and out-of-wedlock births
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • -- Crime, justice, and the law (in general)
  • Right-to-life issues
David R. Burton
Senior Fellow in Economic Policy
The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Ave NE, 657
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-608-6229
E-mail: David.Burton@heritage.org
Web site: http://www.heritage.org/about/staff/b/david-r-burton

Lecture Languages: French
Issues
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • Conservative thought
  • Economic theory
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Medicare
  • Trade
  • State/local public finance
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Regulatory budgeting
  • Entitlement spending
  • Social Security and retirement
  • International tax policy/tax competition
Jonathan Butcher Ph.D.
Education Director
Goldwater Institute
500 East Coronado Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85004
United States

Phone: 602-256-7045
E-mail: jbutcher@goldwaterinstitute.org
Web site: www.goldwaterinstitute.org
Issues
  • Early childhood education
  • Public school financing and administration
  • Federal education policy
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • -- Education (in general)
James L. Butkiewicz
Senior Economic Fellow
Caesar Rodney Institute
420 Corporate Blvd.
Newark , DE 19702
United States

Phone: (302) 273-0080
E-mail: butkiewj@lerner.udel.edu
Web site: http://www.caesarrodney.org
Issues
  • The Economy
Chris Butler
Chief of Staff
Americans for Tax Reform
722 12th Street NW, Suite 400
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Phone: 202-785-0266
Fax: 202-785-0261
E-mail: cbutler@atr.org
Web site: www.atr.org
Issues
  • Budget and Taxation
Eamonn Butler
Director
Adam Smith Institute
23 Great Smith Street
London SW1P 3BL,
United Kingdom

E-mail: eamonn@adamsmith.org.uk
Web site: www.adamsmith.org.uk
Issues
  • Education
  • Fiscal policy/taxation
  • Government
  • Privatization/deregulation
  • Health care
Henry N. Butler
Dean and Professor of Law
George Mason University School of Law
Room 209, Hazel Hall, Arlington
3301 Fairfax Dr.
Arlington, VA 22201
United States

Phone: 703-993-8644
E-mail: hnbutler@gmu.edu
Web site: www.law.gmu.edu
Issues
  • Regulation through litigation
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Federalism
  • Anti-trust
Stuart M. Butler Ph.D.
Senior Fellow, Economic Studies
Brookings Institution
1775 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-797-6105
E-mail: smbutler@brookings.edu
Web site: www.brookings.edu
Issues
  • Government health programs
  • Health care reform
  • Entitlement spending
  • Federalism
  • Social Security and retirement
  • Privatization/contracting-out
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Medicare
Mahmood Butt
Professor and Chairman, Secondary Education Department
Eastern Illinois University
213 Buzzard Building
Charleston, IL 61920
United States

Phone: 217-581-5931
Fax: 217-581-7147
E-mail: cfmhb@eiu.edu
Issues
  • Public school financing and administration
  • Higher education
  • South Asia
  • Federal education policy
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Middle East
John Buttarazzi
Principal
Liberty Hall Advisors
8618 Westwood Center Dr., Suite 210
Vienna, VA 22182
United States

Phone: 703-752-4353
Fax: 703-752-4360
E-mail: jbuttarazzi@libertyhalladvisors.com
Web site: www.libertyhalladvisors.com
Issues
  • Congress
  • Infrastructure
  • The Economy
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Transportation
  • State/local public finance
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • American history and political tradition
  • Privatization/contracting-out
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • State and local government
  • -- Governing (in general)
  • Term limits
Dan Byfield
Chief Executive Officer
American Stewards of Liberty
624 South Austin Avenue, Suite 101
Georgetown, TX 78626
United States

Phone: 512-591-7843
Web site: www.americanstewards.us
Issues
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Property rights
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Water/water pollution
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
Carlos F. Caceres
President of the Board
Libertad y Desarrollo
Alcántara 498
Las Condes, Santiago T. 3774832,
Chile

Phone: (56-2) 2 377-4800
E-mail: carlosfcaceres@123.cl
Web site: www.lyd.com
Issues
  • Economics of development
  • Fiscal policy/taxation
  • Privatization/deregulation
  • Culture, community, and demographic change
George F. Cahill CAE
Founder
National Flag Foundation
300 Madison Avenue, Apt 127
Pittsburg, PA 15243
United States

Issues
  • American history and political tradition
  • The American founding
Kaleem Caire
Co-Founder
Next Generation Education Foundation
4101 Woodrow Lane
Bowie, MD 20715
United States

Phone: 202-997-3198
E-mail: kaleem.caire@nexgenfoundation.org
Issues
  • Family and children
  • Federal education policy
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Philanthropy
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
Steven G. Calabresi
Professor of Law
Northwestern University School of Law
357 East Chicago Avenue
Chicago, IL 60611
United States

Phone: 312-503-7012
Fax: 312-503-2035
E-mail: s-calabresi@northwestern.edu
Issues
  • Public interest law
  • Federalism
  • Constitutional law
  • Judiciary
Dominic M. Calabro
President and CEO
Florida TaxWatch Research Institute, Inc.
106 North Bronough Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301
United States

Phone: 850-222-5052
Fax: 850-222-7476
E-mail: dcalabro@floridataxwatch.org
Web site: www.floridataxwatch.org
Issues
  • Early childhood education
  • State/local public finance
  • Public school financing and administration
  • Government waste
  • Government debt
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Privatization/contracting-out
  • State and local government
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Unfunded mandates
Jon Charles Caldara
President
Independence Institute
727 E. 16th Avenue
Denver, CO 80203
United States

Phone: 303-279-6536
Fax: 303-279-4176
E-mail: jc@i2i.org
Web site: www.i2i.org
Issues
  • Public school financing and administration
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Minimum wage
  • Economic education
  • Unions
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Corrections and sentencing
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Transportation
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Privatization/contracting-out
  • -- Education (in general)
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • State and local government
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • Initiative and referendum
Charles Calomiris
Henry Kaufman Professor of Financial Institutions
Columbia Business School
3022 Broadway, Uris Hall 601
New York, NY 10027
United States

Phone: 212-854-8748
Fax: 212-316-9219
E-mail: cc374@columbia.edu
Issues
  • International finance and multilateral banks
  • Risk assessment
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • The Economy
  • Latin America
Bruce N. Cameron J.D.
Reed Larson Professor of Labor Law, Regent University School of Law, and Staff Attorney
National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation
1000 Regent University Drive, Suite 353
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
United States

Phone: 757-226-4522
Fax: 703-226-4329
E-mail: bcameron@regent.edu
Web site: www.nrtw.org
Issues
  • Right to work
  • Unions
  • Religious freedom
Nigel M. de S. Cameron
President and CEO, Center for Policy on Emerging Technologies
Center for Policy on Emerging Technologies (C-PET)
10 G Street NE, Suite 710
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-248-5027
E-mail: nigel.cameron@c-pet.org
Web site: www.c-pet.org
Issues
  • Sound science
  • Ethics
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Higher education
  • Religion and public life
Jameson G. Campaigne Jr.
Publisher
Jameson Books, Inc.
722 Columbus Street
PO Box 738
Ottawa, IL 61350
United States

Phone: 815-434-7905
Fax: 815-434-7907
E-mail: jamesonbooks@yahoo.com
Issues
  • Intellectual property
  • Privacy
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • Conservative thought
  • The American founding
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • Media and popular culture
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Constitutional law
Kenneth Campbell
President
Black Alliance for Educational Options
888 16th Street, NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20006
United States

Phone: 225-892-2125
E-mail: kenneth@baeo.org
Issues