The Arkansas Project was launched in 2008 as a source for incisive commentary and reporting on Arkansas government, politics, media and more. In 2011, The Arkansas Project became an affiliate of the Advance Arkansas Institute.
Who We Are
Nic Horton is a blogger extraordinaire from central Arkansas. He has spent the last three years working to promote government transparency as a citizen journalist in White County, blogging for The Arkansas Patriot. Nic currently serves as the editor of The Arkansas Project and as an Analyst for Advance Arkansas Institute. A ceaseless student of history & politics, Nic holds an MBA from Harding University. You can follow his tweets here.
Dan Greenberg is president of the Advance Arkansas Institute, a nonprofit research and educational organization committed to advancing public policy based on free markets, individual liberty, and limited, transparent government. He is also Senior Counsel for the Center for Class Action Fairness, a public interest legal program which provides pro bono representation for consumers in cases where class action attorneys have put their own interests ahead of those of their clients. Dan served in the Arkansas House of Representatives from 2007-2011. He has published extensively on government and public policy in newspapers, magazines and academic journals, including the New York Times, National Review and more. You can follow Dan on Twitter here.