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The Heritage Foundation

ORGANIZATION

Conservative think tank founded in 1973.

Official Website:
http://www.heritage.org/

Founding Date:
1973

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard V. Allen
Government
1-Jan-1936   Reagan National Security Advisor
Bruce Bartlett
Government
11-Oct-1951   Conservative pundit
William Bennett
Government
31-Jul-1943   Former Drug Czar and gambling man
Kenneth Blackwell
Government
28-Feb-1948   Ohio Secretary of State, 1999-2007
Tony Blankley
Pundit
21-Jan-1948 7-Jan-2012 McLaughlin Group pundit
L. Paul Bremer
Government
30-Sep-1941   Director of the Iraq Provisional Authority
David Brock
Journalist
1962   Blinded by the Right
Sam Brownback
Politician
12-Sep-1956   Governor of Kansas
William F. Buckley
Columnist
24-Nov-1925 27-Feb-2008 National Review
James H. Burnley IV
Government
30-Jul-1948   US Secretary of Transportation, 1987-89
Stuart Butler
Activist
c. 1946   Heritage Foundation
Anthony J. Carbone
Business
c. 1941   Vice Chairman of Dow Chemical, 2000-05
Steve Chabot
Politician
22-Jan-1953   Congressman, Ohio 1st
Elaine Chao
Government
26-Mar-1953   US Secretary of Labor, 2001-09
Ariel Cohen
Scholar
c. 1964   Expert on International Relations
Joe F. Colvin
Business
c. 1942   Nuclear Energy Institute
Holly Coors
Activist
25-Aug-1920 18-Jan-2009 Ultraconservative beer baroness
Joseph Coors, Sr.
Business
12-Nov-1917 15-Mar-2003 Ultraconservative beer baron
Karen Czarnecki
Government
?   Conservative commentator
Midge Decter
Journalist
25-Jul-1927   Neoconservative maven
Jim DeMint
Politician
2-Sep-1951   President of the Heritage Foundation
Donald Devine
Government
c. 1937   Director, Office of Personnel Management, 1981-85
Betsy DeVos
Activist
c. 1958   Wife of Dick DeVos
Richard DeVos
Business
4-Mar-1926   Co-Founder of Amway
Lawrence Di Rita
Government
?   Rumsfeld chief of staff
William Donohue
Activist
18-Jul-1947   Catholic League president
Becky Norton Dunlop
Government
2-Oct-1951   Conservative activist
Mickey Edwards
Politician
12-Jul-1937   Congressman from Oklahoma, 1977-93
Charles M. Elson
Business
c. 1960   Economist, University of Delaware
Tom Feeney
Politician
21-May-1958   Congressman from Florida, 2003-09
Bruce Fein
Government
c. 1947   Former Reagan lawyer
Edwin Feulner
Activist
12-Aug-1941   Heritage Foundation founder
Steve Forbes
Business
18-Jul-1947   Owner and publisher of Forbes magazine
Michael G. Franc
Government
c. 1957   Heritage Foundation
Barbara Hackman Franklin
Government
19-Mar-1940   US Secretary of Commerce, 1992-93
Gay Hart Gaines
Administrator
11-Feb-1938   Chairman of GOPAC, 1993-97
Michael Gerson
Politician
1965   Washington Post columnist
Rebecca Hagelin
Columnist
c. 1961   Heritage Foundation spokesperson
Mary Katharine Ham
Journalist
5-Apr-1980   HamNation
Steven Hayward
Scholar
c. 1958   Conservative environmentalism pundit
Robert J. Herbold
Business
24-Jul-1942   COO of Microsoft, 1994-2001
William J. Hudson, Jr.
Business
c. 1934   CEO of AMP Inc, 1993-98
Kay Coles James
Government
1-Jun-1949   Director of OPM, 2001-05
Michael Johns
Government
8-Sep-1964   Conservative activist, healthcare exec
Robert H. Krieble
Philanthropist
1916 8-May-1997 Loctite Corporation
Donald Lambro
Journalist
14-Jul-1940   Washington Times
James Lankford
Politician
4-Mar-1968   Congressman, Oklahoma 5th
John F. Lehman
Politician
14-Sep-1942   9-11 Commission member
Lew Lehrman
Business
15-Aug-1938   Rite Aid drugstore founder
Leonard P. Liggio
Scholar
5-Jul-1933   Libertarian
Larry Lindsey
Economist
18-Jul-1954   Masterminded GWB's tax cut
Kathryn Jean Lopez
Columnist
22-Mar-1976   National Review Online editor
David M. Mason
Government
c. 1957   Chairman, Federal Election Commission
Ed Meese
Government
2-Dec-1931   Attorney General under Reagan, 1985-88
J. William Middendorf II
Diplomat
22-Sep-1924   Ford's Secretary of the Navy
Manuel Miranda
Activist
c. 1959   Third Branch Conference
Stephen Moore
Activist
16-Feb-1960   Club for Growth
Thomas Gale Moore
Economist
6-Nov-1930   Council of Economic Advisers, 1985-89
Steven W. Mosher
Scholar
9-May-1948   Prominent Sinologist
Grover Norquist
Activist
19-Oct-1956   Washington lobbyist, anti-tax crusader
Kate O'Beirne
Columnist
c. 1949   Conservative pundit
Marvin Olasky
Pundit
12-Jun-1950   The Tragedy of American Compassion
Mike Pence
Politician
7-Jun-1959   Congressman, Indiana 6th
Burton Pines
Activist
c. 1940   Conservative activist
Richard W. Rahn
Economist
c. 1941   The End of Money
Robert E. Rector
Activist
?   Heritage Foundation
Thomas L. Rhodes
Journalist
c. 1941   President, National Review
Richard Scaife
Activist
3-Jul-1932   The Republican George Soros
John Shadegg
Politician
22-Oct-1949   Congressman from Arizona, 1995-2011
Frank Shakespeare
Diplomat
9-Apr-1925   US Ambassador to the Vatican, 1986-89
Martin Silverstein
Diplomat
1954   US Ambassador to Uruguay, 2001-05
William E. Simon
Government
27-Nov-1927 3-Jun-2000 US Secretary of the Treasury, 1974-77
Mark Tapscott
Journalist
c. 1950   Washington Examiner
James Taranto
Columnist
1966   Wall Street Journal
Margaret Thatcher
Head of State
13-Oct-1925   UK Prime Minister, 1979-90
Virginia Thomas
Activist
23-Feb-1957   Lobbyist, wife of Clarence Thomas
Pat Toomey
Politician
17-Nov-1961   US Senator from Pennsylvania
Jay Van Andel
Business
3-Jun-1924 7-Dec-2004 Amway billionaire
Ernest van den Haag
Scholar
15-Sep-1914 21-Mar-2002 Punishing Criminals
John Von Kannon
Activist
c. 1950   Heritage Foundation
Paul Weyrich
Columnist
7-Oct-1942 18-Dec-2008 Conservative activist
Walter E. Williams
Economist
31-Mar-1936   Conservative economist
Larry M. Wortzel
Government
c. 1949   China specialist, military analyst
Todd Young
Politician
24-Aug-1972   Congressman, Indiana 9th
Sam H. Zakhem
Diplomat
25-Nov-1935   US Ambassador to Bahrain, 1986-89


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