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Since 1999, George Landrith has served as the President of the Frontiers of Freedom Institute – a pubic policy think tank devoted to promoting a strong national defense, free markets, individual liberty, and constitutionally limited government. The Institute maintains offices in Washington, D.C., Virginia, and Wyoming and has thousands of grassroots supporters in virtually every state. The Institute is recognized as a national leader on the most important issues facing America today, including: national security, market-based environmental solutions, energy, property rights, taxes and regulation.

Previously, he served as the Vice President and General Counsel to the National Legal Center for the Public Interest.

Mr. Landrith is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law, where he was Business Editor of the Virginia Journal of Law and Politics. He also graduated, magna cum laude, from Brigham Young University studying political science and economics.

Mr. Landrith is admitted to the bar in Virginia and California and is a member of the United States Supreme Court bar.

In 1994 and 1996, Mr. Landrith was a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives from Virginia’s Fifth Congressional District. He served on the Albemarle County School Board. He was appointed by then Governor George Allen and confirmed by the General Assembly to serve on the Virginia Workforce 2000 Advocacy Council. Mr. Landrith is an adjunct professor at the George Mason School of Law.

Mr. Landrith has appeared frequently on television and radio news programs and his work has been printed in over 100 newspapers across the nation, including: Washington Times, Chicago Tribune, LA Daily News, National Review, Sacramento Bee, Ft. Worth Star-Telegram, Providence Journal, and Human Events. He has been quoted in many of the nation’s leading papers, including: New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post.

Mr. Landrith lives in Virginia with his wife, Laura, and their seven children.

The Postal Service Needs To Overhaul Its Leadership And Get Its Act Together

op-ed | George Landrith
The laundry list of USPS lapses in financial management is inexcusable

Dump #NeverTrumper Scott Garrett To Make American Manufacturing Great Again

Opinion | George Landrith
President Trump making manufacturing great again

On Autonomous Vehicles, Don't Let Feds Grab Power From The States

Opinion | George Landrith
There is no reason why a bill designed to clear the way for self-driving cars should upend states' rights.

The GOP Shouldn't Be Growing The Regulatory State

Opinion | George Landrith
America didn’t elect Republicans to do a congressional takeover of mixed martial arts

Congress' Fiscal Straightjacket Continues Putting Our Nations Security At Risk

Opinion | George Landrith
As Leon Trotsky wrote famously, “while you may not be interested in war, war is interested in you.”

Unilateral Disarmament Is Not The American Way: Save The Ex-Im Bank

Opinion | George Landrith
Reagan understood that unilateral disarmament is the pathway to defeat – on the battlefield, and in the marketplace as well.

One way to respond to Putin: Don't let him control the Internet

Opinion | George Landrith
Would turning over Internet governance to an international body make it more open or transparent?

Scott Walker's tribal gaming slow-play is the right way to go

Opinion | George Landrith
His criteria for opening new casinos are rigid, but reasonable

Taxpayers should fear Cape Wind project

Opinion | George Landrith
A plan to build 130 wind turbines, with federal support, is raising eyebrows.

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