HORACE COOPER

SENIOR FELLOW & CO-CHAIR OF PROJECT 21
Horace Cooper

Horace Cooper is a senior fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research, co-chairman of the Project 21 National Advisory Board and a legal commentator.

Horace averages over 400 talk radio appearances per year representing the National Center and Project 21, in addition to regular television appearances and interviews by the print media.

Horace taught constitutional law at George Mason University in Virginia and was a senior counsel to U.S. House Majority Leader Dick Armey.

FEATURED APPEARANCES

FEATURED ARTICLES

The Obama Administration’s Cynical Chase for the “Subtle” Racist (June 2014)

Doubling Down on Dumb (July 2013)

Voter ID Opponents’ Latest Spurious Claim: Voter ID Allegedly Slows Election Tabulations (November 2012)

The Brennan Center is Wrong: Voter Fraud is a Real Threat to Every Citizen’s Constitutional Rights (November 2012)

Voter Fraud is Real: Why the Voting Rights Act Should Be Used to Fight Election Fraud (August 2012)

Does the Tax Man Cometh? (August 2012)

Coming to a Car Near You? The Department of Transportation’s Creepy Black Box (August 2012)

Victims of Voter Fraud: Poor and Disadvantaged are Most Likely to Have Their Vote Stolen (August 2012)

Voter ID and South Carolina: The Supreme Court Speaks Yet DOJ Won’t Listen (June 2012)

Do Free Speech Rights Apply to Union Members, Too? In Knox v. SEIU, Supreme Court Soon to Rule on SEIU Funding Gimmicks (June 2012)

Justice Department Plays Fast and Loose with Facts and Constitution in Challenging Texas Voter ID Law (April 2012)

The Birth Control Mandate is Unconstitutional (February 2012)

When the Dead Vote, the Living Suffer: Department of Justice is Wrong to Oppose Voter ID (January 2012)

Supreme Court Decision in United States v. Jones a Significant Step in Preventing a Surveillance State (January 2012)

NTSB’s Cell Phone Ban is the Nanny State on Steroids (December 2011)

Drug Testing of Welfare Recipients is Sound, Sensible and Constitutional (November 2011)

Upholding Constitutionality of Individual Mandate Would Set a Dangerous Precedent (August 2011)

Obama’s Political Fears Led to Libya Indecision? (April 2011)

The Coming War on Menthol Cigarettes (March 2011)

See Something, Say Something: New York City Versus Arizona (May 2010)

In Case of the Diluting Druggist, No Good Deed Goes Unpunished (January 2003)

Democratic Party Chairman at Odds with His Party’s Rank-and-File (October 2002)

Black Americans Would Benefit From Private Social Security Accounts (January 1999)

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