Palaces For The People
Friday, May 21, 2004
 
Aiding corporate serial murderers since 1989
 
Alexis De SMOKEville
 
Establishing a PATTERN of DECEPTIVENESS

Establishing a PATTERN of DECEPTIVENESS --
The S. FRED SINGER -- Alexis de SMOKEville connections:


http://www.davidicke.net/tellthetruth/reststory/bronfmanfreon.html

... Among them find: Dr. S. Fred Singer, Senior Fellow with the ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE INSTITUTION, ...


http://tobaccodocuments.org/lor/92756807-6876.html

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SCIENCE, ECONOMICS, AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY: A CRITICAL EXAMINATION
A research report by the ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE INSTITUTION

Academic Advisory Board
...
Dr. Nancy Bord
Visiting Scholar
The Hoover Institution
Stanford University
...
Dr. Michael Darby
Professor of Economics
and Director
J.M. Olin Center for Policy
University of California, Los Angeles
...
Dr. Michael Gough
Project Director
Congressional Office of Technology Assessment
...
Dr. Thomas Gale Moore
Senior Fellow
The Hoover Institution
Stanford University
...
DR. S. FRED SINGER
Professor Emeritus of Environmental Sciences
University of Virginia
and President
Science and Environmental Policy Project
...
Dr. Robert D. Tollison
Duncan Black Professor of Economics
and Director
Center for the Study of Public Choice
GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY
...
Dr. Richard Wagner
Professor of Economics and Chairman
Department of Economics
GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY

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Author
Kent Jeffreys

Principal Reviewer
DR. S. FRED SINGER

Senior Staff and Contributing Associates
Rachael Applegate
Bruce Bartlett
Merrick Carey
Cesar Conda
Gregory Fossedal
Dave Juday
Felix Rouse
Aaron Stevens

The ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE INSTITUTION
2000 15th Street North, Suite 501, Arlington, VA 22201
Tel. 703.351.4969 Fax 703351.0090


http://www.heartland.org/Article.cfm?artId=1568

Whither Environmental Regulation?

Written By: S. Fred Singer
Published In: Essay
Publisher: The ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE INSTITUTION
Although some environmental regulation may well be necessary, we must not strangle our economy through excessive regulations based on unsound science. Singer is president of the Science & Environmental Policy Project.


http://www.consumeralert.org/ncc/releases/rally.htm

... Marlo Lewis, vice president of policy at the COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE and group leader of the "Cooler Heads" Coalition will be the moderator of the event. Speakers will include Thair Phillips, CEO of the Seniors Coalition, Frank Gaffney, director of the Center for Security Policy, Karen Kerrigan, president of the Small Business Survival Committee, Fran Smith, executive director of Consumer Alert, John Shanahan, vice president of ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE INSTITUTION, DR. FRED SINGER of the Science and Environmental Policy Project, David Ridenour, vice president of the National Center for Public Policy Research, Angela Antonelli, deputy director of policy studies for the Heritage Foundation, Dana Joel, vice president of research for the Pacific Research Institute, and Peter Ferrara, chief economist of Americans for Tax Reform. ...


http://www.smokefreeforhealth.org/studies/YachBialous.htm

TOBACCO, LAWYERS, AND PUBLIC HEALTH
Junking Science to Promote Tobacco

... In addition to creating front groups and contributing funds to groups that have a mission broad enough to carry some of the tobacco industry's goals, the tobacco companies also use publications by allegedly independent think tanks, such as the Virginia-based ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE INSTITUTION. This group's 1994 report "Science, Economics, and Environmental Policy: A Critical Examination"35 criticizes the US Environmental Protection Agency's risk assessment methods in 4 areas: environmental tobacco smoke, radon, pesticides, and hazardous cleanup. It dismisses in its first chapter the agency's risk assessment of environmental tobacco smoke, using arguments similar to the tobacco industry's "junk science" arguments described by Ong and Glantz.

This report has been widely used by the tobacco industry in its quest to dismiss the hazards of environmental tobacco smoke. And although no direct financial link has been established, several members of the report's academic advisory board have been involved with different tobacco companies' activities.36 The report's principal reviewer, DR. FRED SINGER, was involved with the International Center for a Scientific Ecology, a group that was considered important in Philip Morris' plans to create a group in Europe similar to The Advancement for Sound Science Coalition (TASSC), as discussed by Ong and Glantz.37,38 He was also on a tobacco industry list of people who could write op-ed pieces on "junk science," defending the industry's views.39 ...


http://www.cei.org/gencon/014,02832.cfm
[COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE]

... Global Warming Will Not Raise Sea Level

On September 24, DR. FRED SINGER, president of the Science and Environmental Policy Project, discussed the likelihood that sea level would rise due to global warming at a Cooler Heads Coalition science briefing for congressional staff and media. ...

... THE COOLER HEADS COALITION
ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE INSTITUTION
Americans for Tax Reform
American Legislative Exchange Council
American Policy Center
Association of Concerned Taxpayers
Center for Security Policy
Citizens for a Sound Economy
Citizens for the Integrity of Science
Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow
COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE
Consumer Alert
Defenders of Property Rights
Frontiers of Freedom
GEORGE C. MARSHALL INSTITUTE
Heartland Institute
Independent Institute
National Center for Policy Analysis
National Center for Public Policy Research
Pacific Research Institute
Seniors Coalition
60 Plus
Small Business Survival Committee
The Advancement of Sound Science Coalition
The Heritage Foundation


http://www.cei.org/gencon/014,02833.cfm
[COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE]

Announcements

... * The Cooler Heads Coalition is sponsoring two global warming science briefings for congressional staff and media. The first, to be held on Capitol Hill on September 24, will feature atmospheric scientist S. Fred Singer, president of the Science and Environmental Policy Project. The briefing is titled, "Global Warming Will Not Cause the Seas to Rise." The second briefing, on October 8, will feature University of Virginia climatologist Patrick Michaels, who will explain "Why We Shouldn't Sweat Global Warming." Both briefings will be held at noon, and lunch will be provided. For more information please contact Myron Ebell or Paul Georgia at (202) 331-1010.

THE COOLER HEADS COALITION
ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE INSTITUTION


http://www.cei.org/gencon/014,02821.cfm
[COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE]

... Featured in the article are atmospheric scientists, Dr. William Gray, of Colorado State University, DR. FRED SINGER, president of the Science and Environmental Policy Project, Dr. Richard Lindzen of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dr. Robert Balling of Arizona State University, and Dr. Patrick Michaels of the University of Virginia.

Although Stevens gives fair play to the skeptic's veiws, he also finds it difficult to avoid using terms such as "mainstream" when referring to the views of global warming believers.

...Announcements

* The GEORGE C. MARSHALL INSTITUTE and the Cooler Heads Coalition will hold a science briefing by Dr. Sallie Baliunas on Friday, March 24, titled, "The Sun Also Warms: New Findings on the Sun-Climate Link." Dr. Baliunas is senior scientist at the Marshall Institute and an astrophysicist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. The lecture will be held at Noon in Room 2325, Rayburn House Office Building. Lunch will be provided. Reservations are requested, but not required. To make reservations or for more information, please call (202) 296-9655 or e-mail info@marshall.org.

THE COOLER HEADS COALITION
ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE INSTITUTION


OK. We have established a longterm relationship between Singer and SMOKEville: he was principal reviewer on SMOKEville's smokescreen report about the EPA. He speaks to, for, and about "Cooler Heads Coalition" (a polluter-sponsored and funded front organ.

Now a closer review of the ethically deficient Singer:


http://www.motherjones.com/news/feature/1997/12/gw_chart.html

... DR. FRED SINGER: A former University of Virginia professor and former chief scientist for the U.S. Department of Transportation, Dr. S. Fred Singer is one of a half-dozen preeminent doubters of ozone depletion and global warming science. Singer claims science skeptics like him are being silenced by a conspiracy of feds, enviros, and liberal journalists. Today he heads the Science and Environmental Policy Project, advises several corporate-funded science mills, and rails against global warming science. For this he's amply rewarded: In 1994 Nightline revealed that Singer has accepted consulting fees from Exxon, Shell, Arco, Unocal, and Sun Oil.
Staff Member of:
Science and Environmental Policy Project, Director
Board Member of:
American Council on Science and Health, Board of Scientific and Policy Advisors
The Advancement of Sound Science Coalition, Scientist Advisor
CATO INSTITUTE, Editorial Advisory Board
Environmental Conservation Organization (ECO), Board of Advisors
National Policy Forum, Member of Environment Committee
Science and Environmental Policy Project, Board of Directors


http://www.motherjones.com/news/feature/1997/11/silverstein.html

... The pitch is as slick as that of any national political campaign. According to the Western Fuels phone script, CO2 is a "benign gas that is good for forests, plant life, and agriculture," and scientific claims to the contrary are based only on "computer guesses." Actually, 2,600 top scientists have backed studies that show CO2 causes global warming. Among the few who disagree are Dr. Patrick Michaels of the University of Virginia, whose work has been financed by Western Fuels and the German Coal Mining Trade Association, and S. Fred Singer, who has received support from Exxon, Shell, and ARCO. ...


http://www.clearproject.org/reports_tassccontest.html

... The Advancement of Sound Science Coalition (TASSC) -- Run out of the Washington, DC, offices of the public relations firm APCO and Associates, this "sound science" coalition is supported by hundreds of corporations, including 3M, Amoco, Chevron, Dow Chemical, Exxon, General Motors, Occidental Petroleum, Philip Morris, Proctor & Gamble and W.R. Grace. Its objective is to act as a speakers bureau to deliver the corporate message that environmental public policy is not currently based on "sound science," and to counter excessive regulations that are based on what it considers "junk" science. _O'Dywer's PR Services_ reports that TASSC is "leading the charge against what it views as the unholy alliance between environmentalists and the media" (Feb. 1996). TASSC claims to have 250 to 300 scientists as active members (_Tulsa World_, April 25, 1996).

TASSC was created in 1993 to promote "sound science" in policy decision making. TASSC is chaired by former New Mexico governor Garrey Caruthers, and claims a membership of over 400 corporations. In addition to many corporate representatives, TASSC's extensive advisory board contains well known "science skeptics" S. Fred Singer, Bruce Ames, Dr. Patrick Michaels, Michael Sanera, and Hugh Ellsaesser. ...


http://www.risingtide.org.uk/pages/voices/hall_shame.htm

... Lindzen works closely with other deniers, such as Fred Singer and the George C Marshall Institute.

FRED SINGER. Like Richard Lindzen, Singer is a leading denier who trades on his academic credentials as a Professor in the University of Virginia and a former director of the US Weather Satellite Service. Despite this he has not had a single article accepted for any peer-reviewed scientific journal for 15 years. Singer's main line of argument is that satellite temperature measurements show no increase in global temperatures. He shows no interest in accepting recent explanations for this discrepancy. He admits to having received direct funding from Exxon, Shell, Unocal and ARCO. Exxon is also among the funders ($10,000 in 1998 alone) of his academic sounding front organisation the "The Science and Environment Policy Project". Singer also has close links with the Rev Moon (leader of the Moonie cult) and his rabid right wing newspaper the Washington Post in which his articles regularly appear. He also writes for the far-right climate denying Hoover Institute, and the New American, journal for the extremist John Birch Society.

PATRICK MICHAELS
Dr. Michaels is a Senior Fellow of the CATO INSTITUTE's Environment and Natural Resources Program. His research has received direct funding from, among others, Western Fuels ($63,000) German Coal Mining Association ($49,000), Edison Electric Institute ($15,000), and Cyprus Minerals (440,000), a major funder of anti-environmental campaigns. Tom Wigley, one of the leading IPCC scientists, describes Michaels work as "a catalog of misrepresentation and misinterpretation". Michaels produces a newsletter "World Climate Report" sent free to every member of the Society of Environmental Journalists.

ROBERT BALLING. Dr. Balling published an influential denial book "The Heated Debate" in 1992 which was translated into Arabic and distributed to the heads of OPEC. Between 1991 and 1995 he (and his accomplice Dr Sherwood Idso, see below) received $300,000 in funding from coal and oil organisations, amongst them the British Coal Corporation ($75,000), the German Coal Mining Association ($80,000) and the Kuwaiti Foundation for the Advancement of Science ($48,000) ...


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SEPP

The Science & Environmental Policy Project (SEPP) is the brainchild of retired scientist S. Fred Singer....

... SEPP's board of directors and advisers is, according to Grist, "made up primarily of retired scientists no longer active in the field, and many of whom are also on the board of the closely linked GEORGE C. MARSHALL INSTITUTE." ...

... Critics have noted its past ties with "cult leader" Rev. Moon, implying that its positions are based on Moon's conservative political ideology rather than science. They also point to SEPP's receipt of funding from the fossil fuel industry, implying this funding taints its independence.

SEPP received startup funding and a one-year donation of office space from the Washington Institute for Values in Public Policy, a now-defunct think tank affiliated with Moon's Unification Church.[9] SEPP has subsequently dissociated itself from Moon's organization, strengthening its links with the conservative Virginia-based GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY. However, Singer remains a frequent columnist for the Washington Times, a publication owned by the Unification Church.

In 1998, SEPP received a $10,000 donation from ExxonMobil [10]. According to the Clearinghouse for Environmental Education, Advocacy and Research (CLEAR), a research project formerly affiliated with the Environmental Working Group, Singer:

"has extensive ties to fossil fuels industries. On a Nightline program in February, 1994, it was revealed that Singer has accepted 'consulting fees from Exxon, Shell, Arco, Unocal and Sun Oil.' According to Ozone Action, an environmental organization, SEPP has also received funding from Monsanto, Philip Morris, and Texaco. Singer appeared as a witness during a 1995 Congressional ozone depletion hearing, claiming to have published several peer-reviewed papers on his theories about the huge ozone hole over the South Pole. When Congressional staff checked his references, they found that Singer's only published work on ozone depletion during the past 20 years had been one letter to the editor of SCIENCE magazine, and two articles in magazines that are not peer reviewed."[11]


So, this is the SEPPtic tank that Dr. Fred Singer swims in when he is not selling his soul to the tobacco industry in Alexis de SMOKEville smokescreens for corporate serial killers.

Notice that the same set of "Think Tank$ and In$titute$" appear over and over sponsoring the same set of sci-fi propaganda agents for the pollution industry: Competitive Enterprise In$titute, Heartland In$titute; Cato In$titute, George C. Marshall In$titute, Con$umer Alert, Cooler Head$ Coalition.

The same set of funders funnel the ca$h to the whole bunch:

Richard Mellon Scaife
http://www.mediatransparency.org/funders/scaife_foundations.htm
Allegheny Foundation
Carthage Foundation
Scaife Family Foundation
Sarah Scaife Foundation

http://www.mediatransparency.org/search_results/display_recipients_by_carthage_total.htm
Recipients by amount granted by the Carthage Foundation
4) Heritage Foundation, The 2,759,000
6) American Spectator Educational Foundation, Inc. 1,969,000
10) Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace 1,223,400
14) Atlas Economic Research Foundation 855,000
19) Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, Inc. 693,000
20) Hudson Institute, Inc. 690,000
21) National Center for Public Policy Research, Inc. 665,000
23) Harvard University 594,000 (to Sallie Balliunas?)
32) National Center for Policy Analysis 525,000
44) GEORGE C. MARSHALL INSTITUTE 302,500
75) Pacific Legal Foundation 175,000
84) Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation 150,000
94) CATO INSTITUTE 115,000
116) GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY Foundation, Inc. 75,000
118) GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY 75,000
125) Reason Foundation, The 66,000
129) COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE 60,000
137) Fraser Institute, The 50,000

http://www.mediatransparency.org/search_results/display_recipients_by_scaife_family_total.htm
17) Heritage Foundation, The 702,640
25) American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research 590,000
36) Acton Institute For The Study of Religion and Liberty 465,000
54) COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE 350,000
99) Hudson Institute, Inc. 221,000
135) Harvard University 150,000 (to Sallie Balliunas?)
148) Reason Foundation, The 136,500

http://www.mediatransparency.org/search_results/display_recipients_by_sarah_scaife_total.htm
Recipients by amount granted by the Sarah Scaife Foundation
1) Heritage Foundation, The 17,235,000
2) Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, Inc. 7,893,000
3) Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace 7,595,500
7) American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research 4,436,000
18) Pacific Legal Foundation 2,755,000
19) Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, Inc. 2,725,000
20) GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY Foundation, Inc. 2,670,000
28) American Spectator Educational Foundation, Inc. 2,175,000
30) Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy 2,072,000
31) Political Economy Research Center, Inc. 2,017,000
32) GEORGE C. MARSHALL INSTITUTE 2,010,000
33) Hudson Institute, Inc. 2,008,000
38) Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation 1,810,000
39) CATO INSTITUTE 1,757,500
41) GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY 1,656,000
43) Reason Foundation, The 1,541,000
44) Claremont Institute for the Study of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy 1,500,000
59) National Center for Policy Analysis 1,135,000
61) COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE 1,115,000
70) Atlas Economic Research Foundation 920,000
121) Heartland Institute 325,000
141) Fraser Institute, The 225,000
155) Empower America 200,000
173) Harvard University 130,000 (to Sallie Balliunas?)
180) Acton Institute For The Study of Religion and Liberty 100,000
186) George C. Marshall Foundation 100,000


Charles G. Koch & David H. Koch
http://www.mediatransparency.org/funders/koch_family_foundations.htm
Koch Family Foundations
David Koch Foundation
Charles Koch Foundation
Claude R. Lambe Foundation

http://www.mediatransparency.org/search_results/display_recipients_by_david_koch_total.htm
Recipients by amount granted by the David H. Koch Foundation
2) Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation 6,206,853
3) CATO INSTITUTE 4,043,240
9) Reason Foundation, The 1,522,212
10) GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY 1,400,000
11) Institute for Justice 1,350,000
24) Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy 400,800
25) GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY Foundation, Inc. 350,000
27) COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE 315,000
66) Hudson Institute, Inc. 20,000

http://www.mediatransparency.org/search_results/display_recipients_by_charles_koch_total.htm
1) GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY Foundation, Inc. 14,048,850
3) David H. Koch Charitable Foundation 2,000,000
6) Fred C. & Mary R. Koch Foundation 1,097,000
7) GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY 1,042,605
17) Harvard University 125,000 (to Sallie Baliunas?)
18) Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy 105,000
24) Heritage Foundation, The 78,000
27) Reason Foundation, The 57,000
34) Heartland Institute 37,578
51) Fraser Institute, The 18,221
54) COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE 15,000

http://www.mediatransparency.org/search_results/display_recipients_by_lambe_total.htm
1) CATO INSTITUTE 8,450,000
2) Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation 6,025,375
3) GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY 2,311,149
4) GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY Foundation, Inc. 2,074,893
6) Heritage Foundation, The 1,004,000
8) Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment 810,000
9) Reason Foundation, The 642,000
13) Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy 385,000
14) Washington Legal Foundation 350,000
16) COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE 254,460
22) National Center for Policy Analysis 175,000
24) Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, Inc. 125,000
25) American Legislative Exchange Council 120,000
26) Acton Institute For The Study of Religion and Liberty 115,000
38) Heartland Institute 40,000
43) Atlas Economic Research Foundation 28,500
53) Hudson Institute, Inc. 12,650
54) Alexis de Tocqueville Institution 12,500


While Alexis de SMOKEville gets little funding from identified right-wing funders, it does act in full concert with disinformation propaganda mills funded by the Olin, Koch, Scaife, Bradley, Coors bunch:

http://www.disinfopedia.org/wiki.phtml?title=National_Consumer_Coalition
The National Consumer Coalition is a group of industry friendly organizations that oppose government regulation and support "free market" solutions to consumer issues. The group is operated by Consumer Alert.

Coalition Members

* The Advancement of Sound Science Coalition (TASSC)
* Alexis de Tocqueville Institution
* Atlas Economic Research Foundation
* Citizens for a Sound Economy
* Competitive Enterprise Institute
* Consumer Alert
* Heartland Institute
* National Center for Public Policy Research
* Political Economy Research Center


http://www.disinfopedia.org/wiki.phtml?title=Cooler_Heads_Coalition

Cooler Heads Coalition and its website globalwarming.org were revived by Consumer Alert's National Consumer Coalition in April 2004. The website and group were formed in May 6, 1997, "to dispel the myths of global warming by exposing flawed economic, scientific and risk analysis." Consumer Alert and National Consumer Coalition are industry friendly groups that oppose regulations on industry and advocate "free market" consumer solutions.

Members

* Alexis de Tocqueville Institution
* Citizens for a Sound Economy
* Competitive Enterprise Institute
* Consumer Alert
* George Marshall Institute
* Heritage Foundation
* National Center for Policy Analysis
* National Center for Public Policy Research
* Pacific Research Institute
* The Advancement of Sound Science Coalition


http://www.disinfopedia.org/wiki.phtml?title=The_Advancement_of_Sound_Science_Coalition

The Advancement of Sound Science Coalition (TASSC) is a now defunct industry-funded PR front group run by the APCO Worldwide public relations firm which worked to hang the label of "junk science" on environmentalists. Created in 1993, TASSC advanced industry-friendly positions on a wide range of topics, including global warming, smoking, phthalates, and pesticides.

Funders

TASSC's funders include:

* 3M
* Amoco
* Chevron
* Dow Chemical
* Exxon
* General Motors
* Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
* Lorillard Tobacco
* Louisiana Chemical Association
* National Pest Control Association,
* Occidental Petroleum,
* Philip Morris Companies
* Procter & Gamble,
* Santa Fe Pacific Gold
* W.R. Grace. [1]


So we close the circle: corporate serial murderers hire Alexis de SMOKEville to write smokescreen junk science using techniques pioneered by the tobacco companies and since adopted by the air-pollution industry of all varieties. Those lung-cancer industries have to stick together, don't you know. The same funders paid Fred Singer, paid SMOKEville, paid this whole circlejerk.



 
Alexis De SMOKEville: makers of Smokescreens to hide corporate serial murderers.

Alexis De SMOKEville: makers of Smokescreens to hide corporate serial murderers. Yes, they knew Tobacco kills, yes they tailored tobacco to be more addictive, yes they hide the truth and put up a smokescreen of lies, yes they used junk science tactics and associated with known corrupt "science" names.


http://tobaccodocuments.org/lor/92756807-6876.html#images

Science, Economics, and Environmental Policy: A Critical Examination A Research Report Conducted by the Alexis De Tocqueville Inst


http://tobaccodocuments.org/state_strategies/1060.html?start_page=11

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... [Tobacco Institute's] issues experts work closely with the line divisions to ensure that appropriate support from national sources is made available to decision-makers at all levels. Staff pursue coalition goals with a variety of business organizations, both inside and outside the immediate tobacco family, to ensure the best hearing for industry concerns. The National Tobacco Council is staffed through Public Affairs, giving voice to the common concerns of growers and manufacturers. The Public Affairs issues staff also work cooperatively with prominent "think-tanks" of all ideological stripes.

Alexis De Tocqueville Institution
Cato Institute
Center for Public Choice
The Tax Foundation
Washington Logal Foundation
Chamber of Congress of the U.S.
Free Congress Foundation


http://tobaccodocuments.org/mayo_clinic/88027863-7871.html?

Encloses news release on, and excerpts from, a study conducted by the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution on the EPA's scientific principles used in policy making. Reports that study focuses on EPA risk assessments of ETS, radon, pesticides and Superfund [excerpt is from ETS section of report]. Offers commentary from the report's author stating that "in the case of ETS, the EPA used irrelevant data and applied inconsistent methodology." Quotes author as saying, "I can't prove that ETS is not a risk of lung cancer, but EPA can't prove that it is." Excerpt comprised of title page, table of contents, list of members of the academic advisory board, and report contributors. ...

... Notes
Robert D. Tollison, member of the Academic Advisory Board of Alexis de Tocqueville Institution; same Robert Tollison that conducted "social costs" media tours for PM? Testified at hearings re: ETS? ...

...Company: Tobacco Institute
Executive Committee
Author: Chilcote, Samuel D., Jr. (TI President)
Chilcote has knowledge of The Tobacco Institute's and the tobacco industry's participation in public fraud and disinformation relative to health hazards of tobacco use, in the manipulation of nicotine in tobacco products and in marketing of tobacco products to children.


http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TINY0017892-7969.html?start_page=1&images_per_page=78

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... For a summary of the tobacco industry's criticism of the EPA report, eee The Tobacco Institute, EPA Report Scientifically Deficient. Additional articles critical of EPA's analysis include: (i) The Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, Science, Economics, and Environmental Policy: A Critical Examination, Aug 1994...


http://www.smokefreeforhealth.org/studies/YachBialous.htm

TOBACCO, LAWYERS, AND PUBLIC HEALTH
Junking Science to Promote Tobacco

... In addition to creating front groups and contributing funds to groups that have a mission broad enough to carry some of the tobacco industry's goals, the tobacco companies also use publications by allegedly independent think tanks, such as the Virginia-based Alexis de Tocqueville Institution. This group's 1994 report "Science, Economics, and Environmental Policy: A Critical Examination"35 criticizes the US Environmental Protection Agency's risk assessment methods in 4 areas: environmental tobacco smoke, radon, pesticides, and hazardous cleanup. It dismisses in its first chapter the agency's risk assessment of environmental tobacco smoke, using arguments similar to the tobacco industry's "junk science" arguments described by Ong and Glantz.

This report has been widely used by the tobacco industry in its quest to dismiss the hazards of environmental tobacco smoke. And although no direct financial link has been established, several members of the report's academic advisory board have been involved with different tobacco companies' activities.36 The report's principal reviewer, Dr Fred Singer, was involved with the International Center for a Scientific Ecology, a group that was considered important in Philip Morris' plans to create a group in Europe similar to The Advancement for Sound Science Coalition (TASSC), as discussed by Ong and Glantz.37,38 He was also on a tobacco industry list of people who could write op-ed pieces on "junk science," defending the industry's views.39 ...





I pretty much exhausted Google's results for AdTI and every person named on any
webpage associated with AdTI.

I can go back and check cross-linkages between individuals without AdTI in the
inquiry, but the picture that emerges is this: It is a small secrative
organization that lies a lot. For one thing everybody associated with it is
Republican (script-writer for Reagan, Senators, aide to Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld)
so it is NOT non-partisan. It is funded by arch conservatives who are stingy to
any organization with a hint of liberal taint.

Latest financial details are not on the web. Somebody needs to check the IRS
501(c)(3) records and pull the current officers and board names, salaries, and
donors -- this is public information, but you have to go there because it is not
online. Below is AdTI's employer ID number, which should help get the goods.
AdTI Employer Identification Number (EIN): 94-2978968

Before you slam down your mouse and run out the door to check up the IRS
records, look over the data below and notice the co-conspirators -- you will
want latest donor records, board of directors and executive names on those too.
If Bill Gates is not major donors in these co-conspirators, we want to see who
else's name keeps popping up in donor grants to these Think Tank$ and
In$titute$. Some billionaire with a billion worth of M$ stock might be
coordinating the anti F/OSS campaign. Koch and Scaife funding pops up in these
others quite a bit.

It was interesting that Sun Myong Moon's pro-think-tank Washington Times and UPI
news service published a derogatory piece on AdTI being a M$ shill. Billionaire
Moon has over 1,000 front organizations of his own, and rarely breaks ranks with
fellow arch-republicans or billionaire puppetmasters.

It is hard to place an identified Phillip Morris tobacco shill as anti-F/OSS,
but go back a few years and confirm that they were dirty on that payroll -- it
will be useful in demolishing AdTI's credibility with the 80% of Americans who
have low opinions of tobacco smoke. We want the name "Alex de
Smokeville" to pop up whenever the name is mentioned. AdTI will pay a high
price for being prostitutes: they are about to catch a social disease of bad
PR.



http://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/index.jsp?section=papers&code=95-D_01


(Washington, D.C.): In a remarkably auspicious start to 1995, seven former
Secretaries of Defense -- representing every Democratic and Republican
Administration since Richard Nixon's -- have joined forces on behalf of one of
the most important, and most endangered, programs in the Pentagon budget: the
B-2 "Stealth" bomber. Under the auspices of the Alexis de Tocqueville
Institution's Committee for the Common Defense, Melvin Laird, James Schlesinger,
Donald Rumsfeld, Harold Brown, Caspar Weinberger, Frank Carlucci and Dick Cheney
wrote a joint appeal (see attachment) to President Clinton urging that the
opportunity to secure full value from a $20+ billion investment in the B-2
program not be squandered by a premature termination of production of this
aircraft.

http://www.opensecrets.org/pubs/cashingin_defense/defense3.html

One of the first signals that the B-2 would be a big fight in 1995 came in
January. Seven former Pentagon chiefs signed a letter to President Clinton
supporting more spending on B-2s. Richard Cheney, Caspar Weinberger, Frank
Carlucci, Harold Brown, James Schlesinger, Donald H. Rumsfeld and Melvin Laird
all signed the letter organized by the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, an
Arlington, Va.-based nonprofit that promotes preservation of the nation's
defense industrial base. The defense arm of the foundation is run by former Rep.
Jim Courter (R-N.J.). The government should plan for more B-2 bombers now, the
letter said, or Northrop Grumman could falter, B-2 specialists would take other
jobs, and it would be impossible to provide bombers on demand.


http://www.endgame.org/corpcon2.html

Walter Williams, the John M. Olin Professor of Economics at George Mason
University, substitute host for The Rush Limbaugh Show, and director of or
advisor to: the Hoover Institution, Institute for Research on the Economics of
Taxation, Landmark Legal Foundation, Alexis de Tocqueville Institute, Reason
Foundation, Destiny magazine, and Cato Institute.

Hoover's "board of overseers" includes the Archer Daniels Midland
chairman Dwayne Andreas, Texas oilman Robert Bass, Seattle television
personality Jean Enersen, Herbert Hoover III, David Packard of military and
electronics giant Hewlitt-Packard, former U.S. Defense Secretary Donald H.
Rumsfeld, Mellon oil heir and ultraconservative philanthropist Richard M.
Scaife, and free-market guru and former U.S. Treasury Secretary William E.
Simon.



http://www.educationnews.org/TIME-TO-REFOCUS-SPECIAL-EDUCATION-ON-READING-ACHIEV
EMENT.htm

TIME TO REFOCUS SPECIAL EDUCATION ON READING ACHIEVEMENT
By Jimmy Kilpatrick, Senior Fellow
Alexis de Tocqueville Institution


http://www.heartland.org/Article.cfm?artId=884

Gregory Fossedal is chairman of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution and
founder of Teacher Choice, an association of teachers in 38 states active in
speaking out on education issues. His email address is foss@adti.net


http://www.heartland.org/Article.cfm?artId=205

Larry Parker is senior reporter for Teacher Choice at the Alexis de Tocqueville
Institution. His e-mail address is lparker@adti.net.


http://www.darwinmag.com/read/writeon/column.html?ArticleID=1072

Kenneth Brown is the president of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, a
non-profit, non-partisan research institution headquartered in Washington, D.C.
His primary study area is technology policy. He has published extensive research
on issues such as VoIP, software security and competition. You can read some of
his work at www.adti.net.


http://www.darwinmag.com/read/writeon/column.html?ArticleID=1072

Clearing the Air : How the People of Virginia Improved the State's Air and Water
Despite the EPA
by Becky Norton Dunlop, Hugh Wise, Becky Norton Dunlop

Publisher: The Alexis de Tocqueville Institution and the Northumberland Echo;
(October 25, 2000)

...Majority Leader of the House of Representatives, Richard Armey (R), who has
also reviewed the book commented, "Becky Dunlop showed in Virginia that you
can be pro-market and pro-environment at the same time. In fact, the two go
together. This book is a must read for conservatives--and for all real friends
of the environment."

In this important new report from the front lines, Dunlop tells how the people
of Virginia fought back and reclaimed their own ecological destiny. In the
process, they led the way for other states to resist ineffective programs such
as the California car (which EPA itself later renounced) and centralized auto
testing (a nightmare of 6-hour waits and multiple visits to the shop in every
state where it's been tried.)

"This is a great state government book," says AdTI President Ken
Brown. "It offers a positive alternative—and shows how new approaches can
bring about environmental improvement."


http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/search-handle-url/index%3Dstripbooks%26field-k
eywords%3D%2522Alexis%2520de%2520Tocqueville%2520Institution%2522/104-8141685-78
55137

BOOKS by, or about, front orgs re: Alexis de Tocqueville Institution

Making Economic Sense
by Murray N. Rothbard
Publisher: Ludwig Von Mises Inst; 1 edition (June 1, 1995)

For their part, the neo-conservative and official libertarian think-tanks joined
the elite condemnation of Prop. 187. Working closely with Stephen Moore of the
Cato Institute, Cesar Conda of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution circulated
a statement against the measure that was signed by individuals at the Heritage
Foundation, the American Enterprise Institute, the Manhattan Institute, the
Reason Foundation, and even the Competitive Enterprise Institute.


A Well-Founded Fear: The Congressional Battle to Save Political Asylum in
America
by Philip G. Schrag

The Washington staff of the Forum also organized experts to brief the staff
assistants of House judiciary Committee members about the subcommittee bill, so
that those assistants would not be dependent on Smith's staff to interpret the
often arcane text. Swartz helped arrange for staff members of two conservative
Washington think tanks, Steve Moore of the CATO Institute and Stuart Anderson of
the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, to join several more predictable
pro-immigration advocates at one such briefing* The conservatives tended to
emphasize their opposition to the restrictions on business immigration, while
the liberal's argued against restrictions on family unification and refugees.
They found common ground in fighting the nation's general aversion to
immigration, and they began to coordinate tactics, causing a stir despite their
somewhat differing interests. On the second of the NIF's two lobby days,
executives from sixty-five corporations also descended on congressional offices
to demonstrate their desire for continued immigration by skilled employees.
"Most of these groups have never worked together before," Swartz said
proudly.


Science at Epa: Information in the Regulatory Process (Resources for the
Future)
by Mark R. Powell
Publisher: Resources for the Future; (July 1999)


Manufacturing Works
by Dave Beal (Author), Fred Zimmerman (Author)

Bronwyn Lance, a senior fellow at the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, says
that by the late 1990s, immigrants had come to hold dominant shares of the )obs
in many blue collar niches of the New England
workforce, particularly those critical to pioduction and output in
manufacturing. "They were nearly twice as likely to be employed in skilled
production crafts as native-born workers, and three to five times as
likely to be employed as fabricators, asaemblers, and machine operators, the
very occupations that keep factories running," writes Lance, who has
studied the economic impact of immigration.


A Question of Intent: A Great American Battle With a Deadly Industry
by David Kessler

Use of alliances: Twenty-five third-party allies were identified in a PM
strategy report, "Tobacco Strategy," March 1994, PM ID 2045741542-48:
Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty; Alexis de Tocqueville
Institution; Americans for Tax Reform; Cato Institute; Center for the Study of
American Business; Citizens for a Sound Economy: Citizens for Tax Justice;
Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy: Claremont Insdtute for the Study of
Statesmanship and Political Philosophy; Consumer Alert; Grocery Manufacturers of
America; Heartland Institute; Heritage Foundation; Hoover institution on War,
Revolution and Peace: Institute for Research on the Economics of Taxation;
Mackinac Center for Public Policy; Manhattan Institute; National Association of
Manufacturers; National Center for Policy Analysis; National Empowerment
Television; National
Journalism Center; National Policy Forum; Pacific Research Institute for Public
Policy: Tax Foundation; Texas Republic; and the Washington Legal Foundation.


Saving Lives & Saving Money
by Newt Gingrich, Dana Pavey (Contributor), Anne Woodbury (Contributor)

Seconds we have to thank Kathy Lubbers for working with the Alexis de
Tocqueville Institution in bringing the book to publication in such a timely
manner. Kathy also managed the overall book project and coordinated
the writing schedules for nine people who helped in various ways to get the book
ready for the de Tocqueville editor. At the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution we
must thank Ken Brown for his vision in taking on this project and Jennifer Rowe
for having the stamina to see it to completion. Additionally, we thank Randy
Evans for introducing us to the wonderful people at the Alexis de Tocqueville
Institution and for making the partnership a reality.


Business, Politics, and the Practice of Government Relations
by Charles S. Mack (Author)

About the Author
CHARLES S. MACK is President and CEO of the Business-Industry Political Action
Committee in Washington, D.C., the "leadership PAC of the business
community."

Excerpt from page 24 "... somewhere between pure research organizations and
interest groups. The Brookings Institution at one time had so ... today. They
range from the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, an organization of libertarian
bent that has focused on ..."


http://www.adti.net/Severns062703.html

... He [Robert L. Severns] started the Severns Family Foundation, which aided
area hosptitals, schools, and the then-just-forming Alexis de Tocqueville
Institution in Redwood City. Along with Eugene Ravizza, and the late Bruce
Thompson -- two other guys so different from Severns, yet in some ways so much
like him -- Severns formed AdTI's first corporate board in 1989. ...

... Thanks to his early sponsorship of their work, such AdTI scholars as Becky
Dunlop and Cesar Conda (now the chief domestic aide to Vice President Cheney)
toiled away against bad science and in favor of sanity and balance. ...


http://www.americanpresident.org/history/bushgeorgew/bushIIstaffadvisers/adminis
trationofthegovernment/officeofthevicepresident/assistantfordomesticpolicy/cesar
conda/h_index.shtml

Assistant for Domestic Policy: Cesar Conda (2001-2003)

Cesar V. Conda was born in 1961 in Portsmouth, Virginia, and earned a B.A. in
economics from the College of William and Mary in 1983.

After graduating, Conda first worked as a consultant and then as an associate
director and policy analyst for Competitive Enterprise Institute. By 1987, he
had left CEI and was working as a legislative assistant for a republican
senator, a position he held for three years.

From 1991 to 1993, Conda served as Republican staff director for the Senate's
Committee on Small Business before becoming executive director and chief
operating officer of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, where he worked
until 1995. From 1996 to 1997, he served Republican Senator Spencer Abraham
(R-MI) as administrative assistant and legislative director. In 2001, he became
Vice President Dick Cheney's assistant for domestic policy.


http://reason.com/rodgers.html

February 26, 1996
Senator Spencer Abraham
Attn: Cesar Conda

... A third faction supporting the study includes libertarian think tanks such
as Cato, the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, and the Reason Foundation. These
foundations, which support social and economic freedom, are deeply concerned
about the "Big Brother" aspects of the Simpson law. ...

[Note Cato & Reason are both funded by David Koch, and are the same organ
for all intents and purposes. AdTI and Cesar Conda are the same entity. In
effect, Conda is writing himself a letter, and making it look like it came from
a big bunch of people.]


http://politics.com/discussion.html?cid=4&mid=32149&page=5

PROP. 187; A CASE STUDY...
... For their part, the neo-conservative and official libertarian think tanks
joined the elite condemnation of Prop. 187. Working closely with Stephen Moore
of the Cato Institute, Cesar Conda of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution
circulated a statement against the measure that was signed by individuals at the
Heritage Foundation, the American Enterprise Institute, the Manhattan Institute,
the Reason Foundation, and even the Competitive Enterprise Institute. ... [These
are all KOCH-FUNDED fronts]


http://www.aeispeakers.com/Williams-Walter.htm

Dr. Walter Williams

... Dr. Williams writes a weekly syndicated column which is carried by
approximately 160 newspapers and was a regular commentator for Nightly Business
Report. He is also an occasional substitute host for the Rush Limbaugh show.
...

... Williams serves on several boards of directors, such as Citizens for a Sound
Economy, Reason Foundation and Hoover Institution. He serves on advisory boards
of: Landmark Legal Foundation, Alexis de Tocqueville Institute, Cato Institute
and others. ...


http://www.cse.org/know/board/wwilliams.html

Walter Williams
Director

Williams is the John M. Olin Professor of Economics at George Mason University.

CSE Foundation Board of Directors
David Koch
Sarah Atkins
Wayne Gable
John Thomas
Walter Williams


http://www.capitalresearch.org/search/orgdisplay.asp?Org=ATI100

:: Alexis de Tocqueville Institution ::
Employer Identification Number (EIN):
94-2978968

Tax Status: 501(c)(3)
[1998 data, latest available on net]
Officers and Executives:
Mr. Loren Thompson (Salary: 94442)

Mr. Philip Peters (Salary: 114083)

Mr. Robert Kasten
Mr. Gregory Fossedal (Salary: 42000)

Mr. Marrick Carey (Salary: 172000)

Mr. Frank Cannon
Mr. Christian N. Braunlich, President
Mr. Jeffrey Bell


http://ni4d.us/democracyfoundation/who.htm

The Democracy Foundation ... Board of Directors

Senator Mike Gravel, Chairman
Don Kemner, Secretary
Gregory Fossedal
Mike Foudy
Lloyd Wells


http://ni4d.us/democracyfoundation/people/fossedal.htm

Gregory Fossedal
Member of the Board of Directors

Gregory Fossedal is chairman of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, a
research foundation based in Arlington, VA. ...

... From 1986 to 1991, Fossedal was a research fellow at the Hoover Institution
at Stanford University ...

... Fossedal, his wife Elizabeth, and their six children live in Lebanon, New
Hampshire.


http://www.house.gov/judiciary/185.htm

John E. Berthoud
Vice President
Alexis de Tocqueville Institution


http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/congress/1997_hr/h970312t.htm

Dr. Loren B. Thompson
Senior Fellow, Alexis de Tocqueville Institution

Loren B. Thompson is Executive Director of the defense program at the Alexis de
Tocqueville Institution, and an Adjunct Professor in the National Security
Studies Program at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service.


http://www.adti.net/NPRMOPED.htm

[Philip Peters] is Senior Fellow at the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution
and editor of the Latin America telecom website InfoAmericas 2000
(www.infoamericas.org)


http://www.salve.edu/pellcenter/functions/biography_detail.cfm?bio_ID=29

Philip Peters

Vice President, Lexington Institute

Prior to joining Lexington, Peters served for six years as a State Department
appointee of Presidents Reagan and Bush, including service as political
counselor in the U.S. embassy in Managua and as spokesman for the Bureau of
Inter-American Affairs. He also served as a senior aide in the House of
Representatives and as a senior fellow at the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution
(1996-1999). Peters is a graduate of the Georgetown University School of Foreign
Service (B.S. 1978, International Economics) and the Georgetown University
Graduate School (M.A. 1986, National Security Studies). He is married to the
former Marybeth Norris and resides in Arlington, Virginia with their two sons.


http://www.cptech.org/may7-8/participants.html

List of Participants to the workshop on Intellectual Property, Health Care and
International Trade Agreements

Sharon Donovan
Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, Arlington VA
sharonkoby@aol.com

Philip Peters
Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, Arlington, VA
peters@dgs.dgsys.com


http://www.freetrade.org/pubs/speeches/cf-072502.html

... Our final speaker is Philip Peters, Vice President of the Lexington
Institute in Washington. Phil is one of the nation's top experts in the Cuban
economy and Cuban society. He's traveled extensively throughout the island
conducting field research on market based changes and the impact of tourism and
foreign investment. And I assume you had all the right permits and everything
when he went down there, in case there's somebody from the Treasury Department
here.

He's the author of many articles and studies, including a Cato study on Cuba
policy, which is also available in the lobby. Phil served for six years as a
State Department appointee of Presidents Reagan and Bush, the elder,
specializing in Latin American affairs. He's also served as a senior aide in
the House of Representatives and as a senior fellow at the Alexis de Tocqueville
Institution. ...


http://www.virginiavotes.net/Bio_Braunlich_S36_03.htm

Christian N. Braunlich
Biography

... * Vice President, Thomas Jefferson Institute for Public Policy (think tank
advocating limited government, free enterprise and individual responsibility).
* Former positions: Chief of Staff to Rep. John LeBoutillier (R-NY-06);
Assistant Vice President, National Association of Manufacturers; President,
Alexis de Tocqueville Institution; Vice President, Center for Education Reform.
...


http://www.adti.net/congressRecord_pryan102800.html

... Senator Robert W. Kasten, Jr. The Honorable Bob Kasten served in both the
House of Representatives (1975-81) and the Senate (1981-93). ...


http://www.adti.net/concen.html

... by Senator Robert Kasten and Gregory Fossedal


http://waysandmeans.house.gov/legacy/trade/105cong/4-29-97/4-29kemp.htm

Statement of Jack Kemp
Co-Chairman, The Alexis de Tocqueville Institution and Co-Director, Empower
America

... according to a quantitative analysis by the Alexis de Tocqueville
Institution. ...


http://www.tylwythteg.com/enemies/farright.html

... * guided by high-profile national policy organizations, including the
Heritage Foundation, American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), Americans for
Tax Reform, Center for the Study of Popular Culture, and the Alexis de
Tocqueville Institution; ...

... The Alexis de Tocqueville Institution - One of the most aggressively
pro-voucher groups, the institution recruits high-profile figure's to promote
its agenda. ...

... The president of Campaign for Working Families is Jeffrey Bell, a former
Federal Reserve Board economist and Wall Street analyst. ...

... ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE INSTITUTION

The 12-year-old Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, rated by the National Journal
as one of the Five "up and coming" Washington, DC, think tanks,
promotes the concept of "classic liberalism" in research, education,
taxes, immigration, defense, and deret,)iaation issues. The Institution has
selected the NEA as a regular target, producing a report on the "fiscal
impact" of NEAS legislative agenda, paid for by a -,rant from the Olin
Foundation.

The Institution is also tied to the conservative coalition of pro-voucher
groups, including the Coalition to Educate America, the Center for Education
Reform, and the @ Challenger Network, coordinated to take on the Washington
Education Association.

With assets of $218,925, the Institution raised $565,841 in revenue in 1994. It
spent $400,000 on its 'programs that year. In 1995, it received grants from the
Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation ($20,000), the John M. Olin Foundation
($10,000), and the John William Pope Foundation ($10,000).

In addition to its efforts on education issues, the Institution has studied the
concept of privatizing the Department of Defense. ...

... The lions share of funding for the movement, including the organizations
described above, comes from conservative philanthropic foundations financed by a
handful of the nation's wealthiest people, including:

* Sarah Scaife Foundation
* Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation
* Carthage Foundation [SCAIFE]
* Earhart Foundation
* Charles G. Koch
* David H. Koch
* Claude R. Lambe [KOCH]
* Philip M. McKenna
* J.M. Foundation
* John M. Olin Foundation
* Henry Salvatori Foundation
* Smith Richardson Foundation


http://www.publicwork.org/pdf/workingpapers/renewing.pdf

... Jeffrey Bell, Ronald Reagan's former speechwriter, argues for a politics of
morality
in terms strikingly similar to ... Alexis de Tocqueville was surprised ...
www.publicwork.org/pdf/workingpapers/renewing.pdf


http://www.educationnews.org/Gregory-Fossedal-Associate-Editor-of-EducationNews-
org.htm

Gregory Fossedal, Contributing Editor of EducationNews.org


http://www.educationnews.org/Leave%20No%20Teacher%20Behind.htm

Jimmy Kilpatrick
Senior Fellow, Alexis de Tocqueville Institution


http://dir.jayde.com/profile10144028-www-adti-net.html?qx=CAT15286&s=2&x
=

About Adti
Gregory Fossedal is chairman of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, a
research foundation in Washington, D C , and has served in this capacity since
1985 He is also the president and chief investment officer of the Democratic
Century Fund, established in 1998 Mr Fossedal writes about political and
economic affairs for such publications as The New York Times and The Wall Street
Journal . ...

... From 1986 to 1991, Fossedal was a research fellow at the Hoover Institution
at Stanford University From 1983 to 1986, he was an editorial writer for The
Wall Street Journal . ...


http://www.kqed.org/topics/news/perspectives/youdecide/pop/directdemo/3no.html

... Katy Bruski of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution ...


http://www.calvertinstitute.org/sb/sbPage12.html

Calvert Institute Source Book
Dr. John E. Berthoud
President
National Taxpayers Union & National
Taxpayers Union Foundation

... Previously conducted and directed research on a variety of topics including
taxes and economic growth, educational reform, regulation and federal employment
and spending trends as vice president of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution.

http://www.ipi.org/ipi/IPIPublications.nsf/0/4cff7011ec163771862567ea002071d0?Op
enDocument

Candidates for Corrections Day: The Ten Worst Regulations of the Federal
Government
by Jonathan Tolman, Loren B. Thompson, Michael Herson, John E. Berthoud, Dave
Juday, Steven Milloy, Merrick Carey, Michael Fumento on 06/01/96

Synopsis:
The Institute for Policy Innovation and the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution
asked leading experts on government regulation for examples of the worst
government regulations.



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