October Surprise: Can Gold Be The Panama Canal Treaty Of 2012
Staff and Executive Board
is chairman of the American Principles Project. He is a board member of the Witherspoon Institute, Institute for American Values, and the Dominican Foundation. He is chairman of the Committee for Monetary Research and Education and regularly advises on financial markets and monetary policy.
is the president of the American Principles Project. He is a veteran of numerous presidential and congressional campaigns. He has also directed several successful political action committees and redefined the use of grassroots coalitions in issue development.
is executive director of the American Principles Project. He is a veteran of numerous political and grassroots efforts, from the creation of a national coalition to stop human trafficking to advising on several election campaigns.
is policy director of the American Principles Project. He served as an issues adviser in Ronald Reagan’s 1976 and 1980 presidential campaigns and was the Republican Party’s nominee for the U.S. Senate in New Jersey in 1978, in which he was one of the first candidates in the country to build a bid for major office around what became the Reagan tax cuts.
is project director of the Gold Standard 2012. He is a graduate of the Pepperdine School of Public Policy and Graziadio School of Business and Management and has worked in business-government relations and on economic policy.
Senior Economic Advisor
is the senior economic advisor to the American Principles Project. He testified before the U.S. Gold Commission and writes frequently about the gold standard, including its role in constitutional history. He is a principal in Capital City Partners, a Washington public affairs firm.