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S.T. Karnick

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S.T. Karnick is the director of publications for The Heartland Institute.

S.T. Karnick is the director of publications for The Heartland Institute. Before joining Heartland, he served as director of publications for the Hudson Institute, where he was co-founder and editor in chief of the organization's quarterly magazine, American Outlook.

Karnick has written several hundred articles for publications and websites such as The Weekly Standard, The American Spectator, National Review, the New York Post, Washington Examiner, National Interest, Pajamas Media, and many others, as well as for radio and television. He also serves as editor of The American Culture, which provides news and analysis about cultural, social, and political trends.

Recent Articles and Publications

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June 1, 2017
By Joseph Bast, Frederick D. Palmer, H. Sterling Burnett, Jim Lakely, Tim Benson, Bette Grande, S.T. Karnick, Tom Harris, Craig Idso, Laurence Gould, Thomas Walton, Nick Loris
"It’s been a long time since we had a president who cared as much about real science, energy policy, and the importance of economic growth" - Joseph Bast
May 30, 2017
By Joseph Bast, Frederick D. Palmer, Isaac Orr, Bette Grande, S.T. Karnick, Tom Harris, H. Sterling Burnett
"In the next few days, Donald Trump can show he has what it takes to become one of America’s greatest presidents." - Joseph Bast
May 24, 2017
By Peter Ferrara, Jesse Hathaway, S.T. Karnick, H. Sterling Burnett, Isaac Orr, Michael Hamilton
" The proposed budget in fact incorporates tax reform by sharply reducing tax rates, as well as repealing and replacing Obamacare, which would cut taxes by about $1 trillion over 10 years." - Peter Ferrara
May 3, 2017
By S.T. Karnick
A praiseworthy example of self determination, Madam C. J. Walker's tale is inspiring to every American who reads it.
March 28, 2017
By Justin Haskins, Michael Hamilton, S.T. Karnick
Our Medicaid Fix would expand patient choice and give each Medicaid enrollee real money instead of false promises, in the form of a personal, federal, and state safety nets and help for people with preexisting conditions.
January 28, 2015
By S.T. Karnick
Testimony before the Indiana State Senate Health and Provider Services Committee Wednesday, January 28, 2015 Samuel Karnick, Research Director, The Heartland Institute Thank you for allowing me to speak today. My name is Samuel Karnick.

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