Horace Cooper, Senior Fellow
Horace Cooper is a Senior Fellow at the American Civil Rights Union, making regular appearance on radio and television discussing constitutional rights and the Supreme Court.
A writer and legal commentator, Horace previously was a visiting assistant professor of law at George Mason University. He also has been Counsel to the Honorable Richard K. Armey, Majority Leader of the United States House of Representatives from 1994-2002. Horace Cooper is a Senior Fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research and the Centre for New Black Leadership. He has held senior appointed positions in the presidential administration of President George W. Bush. His interests include the law and American society, intellectual property rights policy, the changing makeup of the United States Supreme Court, and political forecasting.