Kerry Jackson, an independent journalist and opinion writer, is a leading commentator on California’s homeless crisis. A fellow with the Center for California Reform at the Pacific Research Institute (PRI), Kerry writes weekly on statewide issues and occasional books and policy papers.
Kevin D. Williamson writes for National Review, and his work has appeared in publications including Politico and the New York Post. He was the 2015 Pulliam fellow at Hillsdale College in Michigan, and he is the author of The End Is Near and It’s Going To Be Awesome, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Socialism, and the Broadsides The Dependency Agenda and What Doomed Detroit.
Kim R. Holmes is a Distinguished Fellow and former Vice President of The Heritage Foundation and a former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State. His published works include Rebound: Getting America Back to Great (Rowman & Littlefield, 2013) and Liberty’s Best Hope: American Leadership for the 21st Century (Heritage Foundation, 2007).
Lance T. Izumi is Koret Senior Fellow and senior director of education studies at the Pacific Research Institute. He is the co-author of the groundbreaking book Not as Good as You Think: Why the Middle Class Needs School Choice and co-executive producer of the award-winning 2009 PBS-broadcast film documentary Not as Good As You Think: The Myth of the Middle Class School. He also appears in the Academy Award-winning documentary Waiting for Superman.