Palaces For The People
Tuesday, June 08, 2004
 

Chris Cox - AdTI director ($11,000 donations from M$)


http://www.groklaw.net/comment.php?mode=display&sid=20040607153801202&title=Chris%20Cox%20-%20AdTI%20director%20%28%26%2336%3B11%2C000%20donations%20from%20M%26%2336%3B%29&type=article&order=&hideanonymous=0&pid=149404#c149497

So is it just my imagination, or what? Does AdTI director, congressman Chris Cox ($11,000 donations from M$) want to attract more campaign contributions to his republican party from Microsoft? Is that what it's all about? Or, is is about M$ wanting to sell more software to the government, and paying AdTI some money for a smear campaign is one way to the get attention of Cox's Homeland Security committee?

Does a former CFO of Microsoft on the board of Heritage Foundation (who hasn't quit microsoft - keeps a VP title) influence Heritage's programs to get M$'s employee, Homeland Security director on the program, or is it Becky Dunlap, director of AdTI AND vice president of Heritage Foundation who decided that?

And what does this have to do with Townhall.com's FUD campaign that is bigger and going on longer than AdTI's? I mean, really "Is Open Source Software Equivalent to the Borg?", isn't this rather extreme, or just extreme-right? Somebody want to explain which factors are more important: is it covert political control in the name of "libertarianism"; or billionaires like SCAIFE and GATES just got to stick together; or is it minions currying favour obsequiously groping for advancement up a rung on the ladder; or scum-sucking bottom-feeders oozing out slime from every pore just can't help themselves? Your analysis on this fuzzy subject is urgently needed.

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http://www.opensecrets.org/orgs/recips.asp?ID=D000000115&sort=N&state=&cycle=A&Type=A&Page=3
MICROSOFT Corp
All Recipients Among Federal Candidates, 1989-2004

COX, Christopher (R-Calif) $11,000

http://www.opensecrets.org/orgs/mems.asp?ID=D000000115
MICROSOFT Corp
Money to Congress: 2004 Cycle

House -- Democrats $371,450; Republicans $283,000
TOTAL $654,450

Senate -- Democrats $224,677; Republicans $82,000
TOTAL $306,677

Incumbents: $961,127; Non-Incumbents: $33,700
===================================
http://news.zdnet.co.uk/business/0,39020645,2125901,00.htm

MICROSOFT hires national security advisor
Lisa M. Bowman, CNET News.com
CNet
November 14, 2002, 09:14 BST

Hoping to play a larger role in homeland security, MICROSOFT has tapped former US political adviser Thomas Richey for a new position counselling policymakers on IT issues

Many companies are hoping to get a piece of the homeland security business, which could provide a windfall to the tech sector. Any new homeland security department set up by the US government would need to purchase computer equipment for internal use and would likely promote new technology to help the United States fight terrorism.

What's more, government officials have said they need more cooperation from the private sector, particularly because so many of the country's tech systems are under the control of companies.
===================================
http://www.techlawjournal.com/alert/2003/01/09.asp

Chris COX to Chair New House Homeland Security Committee
1/8. The House will continue the new Select Committee on Homeland Security. Its Chairman will be Rep. Chris COX (R-CA).

On November 25, 2002, President Bush signed HR 3005 (Public Law No: 107-296), the bill creating the new Department of Homeland Security. ...

... Rep. COX was first elected to the Congress in 1988, and has since focused on technology, foreign affairs, and trade issues. He has generally been a low taxes, deregulation, free enterprise, and free trade type of Republican. He has been Chairman of the Republican's House Policy Committee since 1995. He is a senior member of the House Commerce Committee, and its Telecom Subcommittee. ...

Monday, January 13

... 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM. The HERITAGE FOUNDATION will host a panel discussion titled "Harnessing Information Technology to Improve Homeland Security". The speakers include James Gilmore (Chairman, Advisory Panel to Assess Domestic Response Capabilities for Terrorism Involving Weapons of Mass Destruction), Lee Holcomb (Office of Homeland Security), TOM RICHEY (Director of Homeland Security, MICROSOFT), Tom Gann (VP & GM, Siebel Systems), and Peter Brookes (HERITAGE). See, notice. Location: HERITAGE, 214 Massachusetts Ave NE.
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http://www.HERITAGE.org/Press/Events/archiveJuneJan2003.cfm

Harnessing Information Technology to Improve Homeland Security
January 13

TOM RICHEY, Director of Homeland Security, MICROSOFT Corporation
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http://www.HERITAGE.org/About/Staff/BeckyDunlop.cfm
BECKY NORTON DUNLOP
Vice President, The HERITAGE FOUNDATION ... She also oversees the HERITAGE Lectures and Seminars program which provides a forum for key leaders and policymakers to present their ideas for discussion and debate.
===================================
http://www.HERITAGE.org/About/Departments/trustees.cfm
* Richard M. Scaife, HERITAGE Trustee Since 1985
* Robert J. Herbold, HERITAGE Trustee Since 2003 Retired Chief Operating Officer MICROSOFT
Herbold, MICROSOFT’s recently retired CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER ... HE ALSO WORKS PART TIME FOR MICROSOFT as an executive vice president, assisting in the government, industry and customer areas.
===================================
http://www.adti.net/staffemail.html
Staff and Associates
* CHRISTOPHER COX, Co-Chairman, AdTI Board of Advisors, cCOX@adti.net
* BECKY NORTON DUNLOP, AdTI Director, Democracy and the Environment Research Program
http://64.233.167.104/search?q=cache:O1YxSDT8GZoJ:www.adti.net/staffemail.html++site:www.adti.net+%22Christopher+COX%22+ADTI&hl=en
===================================
http://www.townhall.com/
© 1991-2004 Townhall.com is a project of The HERITAGE FOUNDATION.
http://www.townhall.com/issues/InternetandTechnology/Archive/March2004.html
* Open Source, Open Questions, Small Business Survival Committee
* Intellectual Property: The Open Source Challenge (pdf), Small Business Survival Committee
* Open Source Software Presents Serious Property Rights Problems for Businesses , Small Business Survival Committee
* Has Open Source Reached Its Limits?, Institute for Policy Innovation
http://www.townhall.com/issues/InternetandTechnology/Archive/February2003.html
* Is Open Source Software Equivalent to the Borg?, Small Business Survival Committee
http://www.townhall.com/issues/InternetandTechnology/Archive/September2002.html
* Software Wars: Open Source And The New York Times, Competitive Enterprise Institute
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Gordon Macklin -- Another CORRUPT link in the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution chain of frauds



Newsgroups: sci.environment
Subject: Gordon Macklin -- Another CORRUPT link in the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution chain of frauds
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http://www.groklaw.net/comment.php?mode=display&sid=20040607153801202&title=Gordon%20Macklin%20--%20Another%20CORRUPT%20AdTI%20link&type=article&order=&hideanonymous=0&pid=149404#c149420


Another CORRUPT link in the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution chain of
frauds -- Gordon Macklin, who was director during WorldCom's
$9,000,000,000.00 stockhold fraud.

http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/telecom/2003-06-10-worldcomboard_x.htm

Posted 6/10/2003 10:51 PM Updated 6/11/2003 8:39 AM

WorldCom directors' credibility doubted
By Jim Hopkins and Edward Iwata, USA TODAY

Former WorldCom directors should get the boot from other boards
because their credibility has been so damaged amid the telecom giant's
collapse, say corporate governance experts.

At least five former directors sit on the boards of 15 companies and
non-profits - including such blue-chip outfits as pharmaceutical
powerhouse Wyeth, mutual fund manager Dreyfus and Johns Hopkins
University.

The directors were blasted Monday in two reports detailing events that
drove WorldCom into the USA's biggest bankruptcy filing. They were
criticized for racking up piles of debt, approving multibillion-dollar
deals with little discussion and deferring too often to the very
executives they were supposed to be supervising.

"It severely impairs the personal credibility of the individuals
involved," says Nell Minow of The Corporate Library, a research firm.

Former WorldCom director Gordon Macklin, who was president of the
National Association of Securities Dealers from 1970 to 1987, serves
as a director for at least five companies: Martek Biosciences,
MedImmune, Overstock.com, Spacehab and White Mountains Insurance
Group.

http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/telecom/2003-06-09-board_x.htm

Posted 6/9/2003 11:04 PM

Report: WorldCom board passive
By Jim Hopkins, USA TODAY
While WorldCom's board did not appear to know about the company's
accounting fraud, it was so passive that it had little chance of
discovering it, an internal WorldCom report charged Monday.

What's more, the board, by allowing former CEO Bernie Ebbers to rule
practically unchecked, created incentives that might have helped spur
the misconduct.

Together, two reports - one internal and one by the bankruptcy court
examiner - blast WorldCom's ex-board like never before.

Instead of guarding investors, they often "rubber-stamped" decisions
by Ebbers and former CFO Scott Sullivan. One unnamed board member
referred to Ebbers as "God," "Jesus Christ," and "Superman," says the
report by bankruptcy examiner Richard Thornburgh. His report is
especially critical in areas that include ...


... WorldCom created a new board as part of a settlement last month
with the Securities and Exchange Commission. In additional to Kellett,
the Thornburgh report mentions former directors James Allen, Judith
Areen, Carl Aycock, Max Bobbitt, Francesco Galesi, Gordon Macklin and
Lawrence Tucker.


http://www.accountancyage.com/News/1131956

WorldCom continues boardroom clearout
By David Rae [18-12-2002]
Six WorldCom directors have resigned in a move which will help sever
all ties with the telecom group's $9bn accounting fraud.
Link: WorldCom special report

The resignations are part of new chairman and chief executive, Michael
Capellas', pledges to restore standards and integrity at the
beleaguered company.

'These actions show that WorldCom is absolutely committed to
establishing the highest standards of ethics and integrity at all
levels throughout the organisation,' said Capellas. The resignations
follow two New York judges approval of Capellas as the group's new
chairman and chief executive.

The departing directors include former chief executive John Sidgmore
and former chairman Bert Roberts. Both were close allies of former
chief executive Bernie Ebbers and CFO Scott Sullivan.

Other resignations include non-executive directors Carl Aycock, Max
Bobbitt, Francesco Galesi and Gordon Macklin. Judith Areen, another
director, resigned last week.
 

Another CORRUPT player - Christopher Cox - exposed in growing ADTI-Microsoft scandal


Authored by: Anonymous on Tuesday, June 08 2004 @ 10:04 PM EDT
Subject: Another CORRUPT player - Christopher Cox - exposed in growing
ADTI-Microsoft scandal
Message-ID: <2275a3c5.0406081801.40945e68@posting.google.com>

http://www.disinfopedia.org/wiki.phtml?title=Christopher_Cox
Christopher Cox

On a page presently deleted from Alexis de Tocqueville Institution's
website Cox is on the AdTI board of directors, during a smear campaign
against Linux and "Open-Source" software involving AdTI, Heritage
Foundation, Cato Institute, Competive Enterprise Institute, and
TechCentralStation. [1] [2] All five of these are Microsoft-funded
operations participating in a violation of a federal court-order
restraining Microsoft from engaging in predatory monopoly behaviors.

http://trends.newsforge.com/comments.pl?sid=38141&op=&threshold=0&co
mmentsort=0&mode=thread&tid=2&tid=82&tid=94&pid=92490#92609

Christopher Cox doesn't mention AdTI in disclosure (Score:0)
by Anonymous Reader on 2004.05.26 17:51 (#92609)
Cox is listed at
http://www.adti.net/staffemail.html as a co-chairman of their board of
advisors.
His annual financial disclosures,
http://www.opensecrets.org/pfds/candlook.asp?CID=N 00007124
include a list of all the organizations he's
an officer or on the advisory board of
(see the last page), but it omits the AdTI.
Tsk, tsk, tsk.
[ Reply to This | Parent ]

Re:Check out ADTI--Chris Cox (Score:0)
by Anonymous Reader on 2004.05.27 21:33 (#92667)
As an Orange County, CA, co-citizen with Mr Cox (and maybe in his
district, but ...), I sent him an email at the address given by AdTI,
ccox@adti.net. The AdTI mail server refused to accept it.

The same email went through at christopher.cox@mail.house.gov.

--Bill P, who also posted this on Groklaw
 
From: Melchizedek@USA.com (Psalm 110)
Newsgroups: sci.environment
Subject: More details -- CORRUPT AdTI academic, Gary Anderson, tied to Tobacco 'Whitecoats' deception campaign
NNTP-Posting-Host: 67.119.178.26
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Gary Anderson - AdTI-Tobacco Industry stealth consultant 1988-1996

==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIDN0018432-8476.html
(Tobacco Institute)
Public Affairs Management Plan Progress Report Date: Jan 1988
Length: 45 pages
TIDN0018432-TIDN0018476

etc...

 
Gary Anderson - Tobacco Industry stealth consultant 1988-1996

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIDN0018432-8476.html
(Tobacco Institute)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/atc/71008079.html
(American Tobacco Company)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIOK0021837-1844.html
(Tobacco Institute)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/lor/88116221-6224.html
(Tobacco Institute)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/atc/71081376.html
(American Tobacco Company)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/atc/71081377.html
(American Tobacco Company)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/lor/86015105-5117.html
(Lorillard Tobacco Company)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/lor/86015122-5123.html
(Lorillard Tobacco Company)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/lor/92761030-1042.html
(Lorillard Tobacco Company)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIDN0006954-6958.html
(Tobacco Institute)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIDN0011871-1904.html
(Tobacco Institute)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIDN0005687-5689.html
(Tobacco Institute)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIFL0536332-6369.html
(Tobacco Institute)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIFL0536164-6203.html
(Tobacco Institute)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIFL0538126-8164.html
(Tobacco Institute)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIDN0017394-7432.html
(Tobacco Institute)

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TI16551799-1815.html
The Tobacco Institute

http://tobaccodocuments.org/pm/2074211106.html
(Philip Morris)


 
Linus' Tux asked to wonder, "who is my real daddy?"

"If you can't beat 'em, slander 'em." The Alexis de Tocqueville Institution is a perfect example of legalized prostitution, except there's no sex involved (well, as far as we can tell). Long suspected to be partially bankrolled by Microsoft, the "institution" has made a name for itself by perpetuating some of the most absurd myths about open source ever to see the light of day. Just a week ago, they let us all in on a big secret: open source, the "neutron bomb of IP," is destroying the US economy and will cause millions of people to lose their jobs.

 
Gary Robinson's Rants: Alexis de Tocqueville Institution for harlotry

Alexis de Tocqueville Institution for harlotry

The Alexis de Tocqueville Institution is a perfect example of legalized prostitution, except there's no sex involved (well, as far as we can tell). [Ars Techica]

Funny, I was thinking exactly the same thing yesterday after reading about their most recent attacks on Linux, paid for by Microsoft. This latest attack has the distinction of being the most moronically stupid they've ever made, at least as far as I know.


 

Another Corrupt Alexis de Tocqueville Institution accomplice SMOKED OUT!


On Groklaw.net

Authored by: LionKuntz on Tuesday, June 08 2004 @ 07:38 PM EDT

Another Corrupt Alexis de Tocqueville Institution accomplice SMOKED OUT!

Corrupt Gary Anderson - AdTI-Tobacco Industry stealth consultant 1988-1996
 
Gary Anderson - AdTI-Tobacco Industry stealth consultant 1988-1996

==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIDN0018432-8476.html
(Tobacco Institute)
Public Affairs Management Plan Progress Report Date: Jan 1988
Length: 45 pages
TIDN0018432-TIDN0018476

page 22:
We have identified an initial group of economists to work on the "social cost" issue. They include: Bob Tolllson, George Mason Universlty; Richard Wagner, Florida State Universiey; Dwight Lee, University of Georgia; Robert Wagner, Auburn Universley; Gary Anderson, California State Northridge; Richard Higgins, Howrey & Simon; and James Savarese, Savarese & Associates. We held an organizantional meeting to review "social rush" issues and go brief the economists on our issue plan.

Research needs presented to the economists included: review and critique of existing "social cost" literature; producuivity and absenteeism; insurance costs; social security/Medicare cost; and, application of "social cost" economics to ocher indusustries We will receive research proposals in the next few weeks and will select projects to begin immediately. Robert Ekelund already has submitted a proposal concerning absenteeism.

Bob Tolllson is preparing a proposal for an academic symposlum on the "social cost" issue to be held once initial research is complete. The economists also are indenttfying opportunities to deliver presentations on the issue before regional and national economic conferences.

The Tollison and Wagner "social cost" book is scheduled to be published in March. We met with Tollison and public affairs counsel to discuss a media tour and other promotional ideas. ...

Page 24:
Budget: Professional Fees $27,917 (year to date).


==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/atc/71008079.html
(American Tobacco Company)
Date: 29 Jan 1988
Length: 17 pages
ATX03 0339614-ATX03 0339630

pages 13 - 14:

Status:
"Social Costs Economists Network. We have identified a core group of economists uniquely qualified
to work on the issue. The group will conduct research for publication and presentation at academic
conferences and symposia, and will be available to challenge "social cost~" economics utilized by
anti-smokers at public and legislative forums. The group includes:

Gary Anderson, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Economics
California State University at Northrldge

Robert Ekelund Jr., Ph.D.
Lowder Professor of Economics
Auburn Unlversity

Richard Higgins, Ph.D.
Economist
Washington Economic Research Consultants
(Former Deputy Directort Bo~eau of Economicsp
Federal Trade Commission)

Dwight Lee, Ph.D.
Professor, Dep~rtment of Economics
Unlversity of Georgia

Robert D. Tollison, Ph.D.
Director, Public Choice Center
George Mason University

Richard Wagnec, Ph.D.
Holbert Harris University Distinguished
Professor
George ~ason University

Bob Ebel, Ph.D.
Director, Public Finance Program
The Urban Institute
==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIOK0021837-1844.html
(Tobacco Institute)
[List of Economists] Date: 19880204/Y
Length: 8 pages
TIOK0021837-TIOK0021844

page 1:
CALIFORNIA

Professor Gary Anderson
Department of Economics
California State at Northridge
Northridge, CA 91330
818-885-2443
==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/lor/88116221-6224.html
(Tobacco Institute)
'Social Costs' Activities Date: 16 Mar 1988
Length: 4 pages
88116221-88116224

Since approval of the 1988 budget in December 1987, we have
undertaken an aggressive program to deal with the "social
costs" issue. ...

... "Social Costs" Economists Network. We have identified a core group of economists uniquely qualified to work on the issue. The group will conduct research for publication and presentation at academic conferences and symposia, and will be available to challenge "social costs" economics utilized by anti-smokers at public and legislative forums. The group includes:

Gary Anderson, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Economics
California State University at Northridge

==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/atc/71081376.html
(American Tobacco Company)
Tax Issue, Consulting Economist Team Date: 1989
Length: 2 pages
ATX30 0003587-ATX30 0003588

page 1:
CONSULTING ECONOMIST TEAM

Background

A core of five economists is versed in all our issues.

Most of the economists are politically conservative, with many from the "public choice" school of economics.

All are affiliated with academic institutions; many hold chairs in the universities' economic departments.

Who they are

The core group of economists includes: Robert Tollison, Richard Wagner, Dwight Lee, Gary Anderson and Michael Davis.

Additional economists, located in 43 states, are called upon for op-eds and other writing assignments.

Length of relationship

A Washington-based consultant developed the network of economists several years ago. (And is responsible for
maintaining it.)

At our direction, the consultant activates select members of the network.

How we use them

Prepare and deliver testimony.

One-on-one briefings with representatives, lobbyists, other interests.

Interviews with the media.

Write and publish op-eds.

Conduct research and promote the findings.

Make presentations to their peers.

==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/atc/71081377.html
(American Tobacco Company)
Social Cost Issue, Consulting Economist Team Date: 1989
Length: 2 pages
ATX30 0003589-ATX30 0003590

page 1:
CONSULTING ECONOMIST TEAM

Background

o A core of six consulting economists is specifically trained in the social cost issue.

o These economists are prepared for a variety of assignments, from presenting testimony to conducting research.

Who they are

o The social cost economic team includes: Robert Tollison, Richard Wagner, Dwight Lee, Richard Higgins, Gary Anderson and Michael Davis.

Length of relationship

o The team of social cost economists was established in early 1988. However, most of the economists have consulted with the industry on other issues for several years.

==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/lor/86015105-5117.html
(Lorillard Tobacco Company)
Tax Hearing Readiness Date: 1989 (est.)
Length: 13 pages
86015105-86015117

page 3:
Economists:

Bill Orzechowski, Tobacco Institute
Robert Tollison, George Mason University
Richard Wagner, George Mason University
Dwight Lee, University of Georgia, Athens
Michael Davis, Southern Methodist University
Gary Anderson, Califiornia State at Northridge
Other Network economists (see attached first)

==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/lor/86015122-5123.html
(Lorillard Tobacco Company)
'Social Costs' Hearing Readiness Date: 1989 (est.)
Length: 2 pages
86015122-86015123

Background

The "social cost"' issue impacts all of our issues. Proponents: of cigarette excise tax increases, smoking
restrictions and advertising bans often rely on "social cost" arguments to support their efforts...

What TI, and Its Allies Must Cover

1. "Social cost" arguments u, sed to justify excise tax increases, smoking restrictions and ad bans are not valid.

2. Independent economists! state that "sociial cost" calculations used by anti-smokers do not withstand credible economic scruitiny.

3. There: is no convincing~ economic evidence that smokers impose costs, on society. Any supposedl costs are "private costs" and are borne by the smoker.

Page 2:
Economists:

Bill Orzechowski, Tobacco Institute
Robert Tollison, George: Mason University
Richard Wagner, George Mason University
Dw:ight Lee, University of Georgia, Athens
Michael Davis, Southern. Methodist University
Gary Anderson, California State at Northrldge
William Prendergast

==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/lor/92761030-1042.html
(Lorillard Tobacco Company)
Tax Hearing Readiness Date: 1989 (est.)
Length: 13 pages
92761030-92761042

page 3:
Economists:

Bill Orzechowski, Tobacco Institute
Robert Tollison, George Mason University
Richard Wagner, George Mason University
Dwight Lee, University of Georgia, Athens
Michael Davis, Southern Methodist University
Gary Anderson, California State at Northridge
Other Network economists (see attached list)

==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIDN0006954-6958.html
(Tobacco Institute)
Communication Efforts June 1989 Date: Jun 1989
Length: 5 pages
TIDN0006954-TIDN0006958

page 3:
Economist Gary Anderson presented the findings of his research, "The Social Costs of Everyday Life," during a meeting of the Western Economic Association. This marks the first time a component of the 1988 social cost research program has been presented to the economists' peers.

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIDN0019303-9307.html

==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIDN0011871-1904.html
(Tobacco Institute)
Public Affairs Management Plan Progress Report Date: Jun 1989
Length: 34 pages
TIDN0011871-TIDN0011904

page 19:
Overview

Drafts of all four of the 1989 research projects have been received. Gary Anderson's 1988 research paper, "The Social Cost of Everyday Life," was well received by his peers during the recent Western Economic Association annual meeting.

Highlights

Last month, the first of the 1988 social cost research projects was. made public. Consulting economist Gary Anderson presented his paper to 20 colleagues during the Western Economic Association's annual meeting. Economists Dwight Lee and Dick Wagner rounded out the session on "Social Cost as an Economic and Political Issue."

page 21:

professional fees: $245,453 (Year to Date expenses).

==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIDN0005687-5689.html
(Tobacco Institute)
Communications Efforts October 1989 Date: Oct 1989
Length: 3 pages
TIDN0005687-TIDN0005689

page 1:
COMMUNICATIONS EFFORTS
OCTOBER 1989

Professors Robert Tolllson and Richard Wagner conducted media tours on the "social costs of smoking" in Los Angeles, San Diego, Memphis and Little Rock. Among other media expressing interest, the Los Angeles Times requested an editorial, which has been submitted for possible publication. Reports and transcripts are enclosed.

"Political Entry Barriers and Tax Incidence: The Political Economy of Sales and Excise Taxes," an article by economists Robert Tollison and Gary Anderson was published in Public Finance. The authors find when political entry barriers prevent low-lncome individuals from participating in the polltical process, the poor pay more excise and sales taxes. A copy of the article is enclosed.


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http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIFL0536332-6369.html
(Tobacco Institute)
Public Affairs Management Plan Progress Report December 1989 Date: Dec 1989
Length: 38 pages
TIFL0536332-TIFL0536369

page 4:
Consulting economists Robert Tollison and Gary Anderson provided a state-by-state analysis based on the hypothesis set forth in their article, "Political Entry Barriers and Tax Incidence: The Political Economy of Sales and Excise Taxes." We will review the findings of the analysis and assess its utility in tax matters.

page 6:
professional fees: $704,956 (Year to date expenses)

==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIFL0536164-6203.html
(Tobacco Institute)
Public Affairs Management Plan Progress Report April 1990 Date: Apr 1990
Length: 40 pages
TIFL0536164-TIFL0536203

page 25:
"Smoking and Absenteeism," by consulting economists Robert Ekelund, Richard Ault, John Jackson, Richard Saba and David Saurman, has been accepted for publication by the academic journal, Applied Economics. The authors examine previous absenteeism and productivity studies and find that the "association of smoking and increased absenteeism is spurious."

Consulting economists will receive TI support for a presentation of academic papers during the Western Economic Association's conference to be held in San Diego in June. The session, "Smoking and Public Policy," will involve Dwight Lee and Gary Anderson in a discussion of smoking and social cost issues.

page 27:
Professional fees: $60,667 (year to date expenses) Explanation: Activity, including economist presentations, will pick up as the year progresses.

==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIFL0538126-8164.html
(Tobacco Institute)
Public Affairs Management Plan Progress Report Date: Apr 1990
Length: 39 pages
TIFL0538126-TIFL0538164

page 25:
"Smoking and Absenteeism," by consulting economists Robert Ekelund, Richard Ault, John Jackson, Richard Saba and David Saurman, has been accepted for publication by the academic journal, AD91ied Economics. The authors examine previous absenteeism and productivity studies and find that the "association of smoking and increased absenteeism is spurious."

Consulting economists will receive TI support for a presentation of academic papers during the Western Economic Association's conference to be held in San Diego in June. The session, "Smoking and Public Policy," will involve Dwight Lee and Gary Anderson in a discussion of smoking and social cost issues.

==============================

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIDN0017394-7432.html
(Tobacco Institute)
Public Affairs Management Plan Progress Report June 1990 Date: Jun 1990
Length: 39 pages
TIDN0017394-TIDN0017432

page 23:
Consulting economists presented papers on the social cost issue during the Western Economic Association's annual meeting in San Diego, California. Dwight Lee chaired the session entitled, "Smoking and Public Policy." Papers were offered by Lee ("Smoking and Public Policy"), Gary Anderson ("Politics, Redistribution and Smoking") and Benjamin Zycher ("Insurance and Smoking: Market vs. Government"). A full report on the conference is expected nex~ month.

We have agreed to support consulting economists' presentations during sessions of two other major academic conferences later this year: the Atlantic Economic Society and the Southern Economic Association. Both will focus on aspects of "user fees" and budgetary politics.

page 25: Prof. Fees $62,626 (year to date expenses); budgeted year-to-date $166,500; Explanation -- Activity will increase as the year progresses.

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http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TI16551799-1815.html
The Tobacco Institute 1997 Budget State Activities Division Cost Center Region Viii - Gary Anderson No. 1480 Date: 01 Nov 1996
Length: 17 pages
TI16551799-TI16551815

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http://tobaccodocuments.org/pm/2074211106.html
(Philip Morris)
Facsimile Transmission Gary Anderson Letter Date: 20 Nov 1996
Length: 1 page
2074211106

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http://tobaccodocuments.org/lor/92756807-6876.html
(Lorillard Tobacco Company)
Science, Economics, and Environmental Policy: A Critical Examination A Research Report Conducted by the Alexis De Tocqueville Institution Date: 11 Aug 1994
Length: 70 pages
92756807-92756876


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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. Gary Anderson
Professor of Economics
California State University-Northridge

Dr. Nancy Bord
Visiting Scholar
The Hoover Institution
Stanford University

Dr. Gordon L. Brady
Associate Professor and Director
Environmental Studies
Sweet Briar College

Dr. Jeffrey Clark
Professor of Economics
University of Tennessee-Chattanooga

Dr. Michael Darby
Professor of Economics
and Director
J.M. Olin Center for Policy
University of California, Los Angeles

Dr. Robert Ekelund
Lowder Eminent Scholar
Auburn University

Dr. Michael Gough
Project Director
Congressional Office of Technology Assessment

Dr. William Hazeltine
Environmental Consultant

Dr. Thomas Hopkins
Gosnell Professor of Economics
Rochester Institute of Technology

Dr. Dwight R. Lee
Ramsey Professor of Economics
University of Georgia

Dr. Michael Marlow
Professor of Economics
California State Polytechnic University-San Luis
Obispo

Dr. Thomas Gale Moore
Senior Fellow
The Hoover Institution
Stanford University

Dr. Malcolm Ross
Research Mineralogist
U.S. Geological Survey

Dr. S. Fred Singer
Professor Emeritus of Environmental Sciences
University of Virginia
and President
Science and Environmental Policy Project

Dr. Gerhard Stohrer
Director of Chemical Risk Program
Science and Environmental Policy Project
and former Department Head
Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research

Dr. Mark Thornton
Professor of Economics
Auburn University

Dr. Robert D. Tollison
Duncan Black Professor of Economics
and Director
Center for the Study of Public Choice
George Mason University

Dr. Richard Vedder
Professor of Economics
University of Ohio

Dr. Richard Wagner
Professor of Economics and Chairman
Department of Economics
George Mason University

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TICT0008140-8209.html
(Tobacco Institute)
Science, Economics, and Environmental Policy: a Critical Examination Date: 11 Aug 1994
Length: 70 pages
TICT0008140-TICT0008209

http://tobaccodocuments.org/ti/TIMN0044660-4729.html
(Tobacco Institute)
Science Economics and Environmental Policy: a Critical Examination Date: 11 Aug 1994
Length: 70 pages
TIMN0044660-TIMN0044729

http://tobaccodocuments.org/lor/88027867-7936.html
(Lorillard Tobacco Company)
Science, Economics, and Environmental Policy: A Critical Examination Date: 11 Aug 1994
Length: 70 pages
88027867-88027936

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http://tobaccodocuments.org/lor/92756102-6120.html

the Epa and the Science of Environmental Tobacco Smoke Date: 1994 (est.)
Length: 19 pages
92756102-92756120

THE EPA AND THE SCIENCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL TOBACCO SMOKE

by
Dr. S. Fred Singer
Professor of Environmental Sciences (on leave)
University of Virginia
and
Senior Fellow
Alexis de Toequeville Institution

and
Mr. Kent Jeffreys
Adjunct Scholar
Alexis de Tocqueville Institution

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"Ken Brown STOLE Samizdat from AdTI intern... here's proof!"
:

Authored by: LionKuntz on Tuesday, June 08 2004 @ 07:13 PM EDT

Ken Brown STOLE Samizdat from AdTI intern... here's proof!

Not only outsourcing FUD to Ukraine, but using interns to ghostwrite
white-papers!!!!


http://kirovohrad.iatp.org.ua/melnyk/articles/resume_y.pdf

Curriculum Vitae
Yuliya Melnyk

www.gwu.edu/~rpsol/scholars/ymelnyk.html
ymelnyk@yahoo.com

Current Position: Associate Professor of English as a Foreign Language,
Kirovohrad State Pedagogical University

Office Address
Department of the English Language,
Kirovohrad State Pedagogical University
1, Vulytsa Shevchenko,
Kirovohrad, Ukraine 25006
Tel.: (0522)29-31-35

Home Address10, Vulytsa Myra, apt. 72Kirovohrad,Ukraine 25026 Tel.: (0522)
22-37-48

March 2001-July 2001
Intern in Alexis de Tocqueville Institution (ADTI),
non-profit, non-partisan policy institution headquartered in Arlington, VA,
USA
-Write white papers on technology and telecommunication
-Publication of work on intellectual property
-Analysis of corporate strategy behind political contributions
-Create databases of journalist organizations
-Create interest in ADTI website from teachers in Ukraine
Contact: Kenneth P. Brown, President. 1611 North Kent Street, Suite 901,
Arlington, VA, 22209
Tel: 703-351-4969, cell phone: 703-608-4222


PS. wait until you do a google search of that address of AdTI's: "1611
North Kent Street, Suite 901"

Better Business Bureau FRAUD WARNINGS and all!!! HeHeHe.

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