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This webinar originally aired on September 26th, 2019

Corruption is something you deal with everyday. It often stands in the way of getting anything accomplished. Join us on September 26th at 10 am EST as Drew Johnson, a Senior Fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research and a Columnist at Newsmax, will talk to us about how to use acts like the Freedom of Information Act and other equivalents to expose corruption and change public policy.

About the Presenter:

Drew Johnson is a senior fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research and a columnist at Newsmax. He is also in the process of launching Global Watchdog, a media outlet committed to exposing government corruption, human rights violations, and abuse of power, particularly in developing and less-free countries. Known for infusing investigative reporting and policy analysis to expose wasteful spending and government corruption, Drew has unearthed billions of dollars in government waste. In addition to frequently appearing on national television and radio programs, his editorials, columns, and articles have been featured in newspapers, magazines and scholarly journals around the world. Drew founded and served as president of the Beacon Center of Tennessee, a free market think tank based in Nashville. He also formerly served as the opinion editor at the Chattanooga Times Free Press, as a columnist and chief editorial writer at The Washington Times, and as a policy analyst at the National Center for Public Policy Research. He holds a Master of Public Policy degree from Pepperdine University. Drew lives in Las Vegas with his wife, Sarah, and has traveled to more than 50 countries.