Hart Williams assails the political think tanks of the Kochs and their minions

Hart Williams casts the spotlight on the clique who have used initiative drives for corporate profit and trace their lineage to the Cato Institute’s founding.

Based in Oregon, Hart Williams is an author, journalist, and artist whose quest for truth and justice has taken him to places he did not anticipate.

Howard Rich
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Howard S. Rich, also Howie Rich, is a Manhattan-based real estate developer who is notable for funding libertarian oriented political initiatives such as term limits, school choice, parental rights regarding education, limited government and property rights. He established advocacy organizations such as Americans for Limited Government and U.S. Term Limits. Rich serves on the Board of Directors of the Cato Institute alongside David H. Koch of Koch Industries.

Eric O’Keefe (political activist)
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Eric O’Keefe (political activist) is the chairman and CEO of the Sam Adams Alliance and co-founder and co-chairman of the Alliance for Self-Governance. O’Keefe is a private investor residing in rural Wisconsin with his wife Leslie Graves.

Ed Crane (Libertarian)
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Edward H. Crane is the founder and president of the Cato Institute. In addition to his duties at Cato, Crane sits on the boards of many like-minded organizations, including Americans for Limited Government, a group that assists grassroots efforts throughout the country.

Cato Institute
The Cato Institute is a public policy research organization — a think tank — dedicated to the principles of individual liberty, limited government, free markets and peace. Its scholars and analysts conduct independent, nonpartisan research on a wide range of policy issues.

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