Edward T. McMullen
Edward T. (Ed) McMullen, Jr. is President of the Columbia, South Carolina-based "free market"  South Carolina Policy Council (SC Policy Council) conservative think tank , as well as President of the South Carolina Policy Council Education Foundation, "South Carolina's only research and education foundation devoted to promoting the principles of limited government and free enterprise in Palmetto State public policy. McMullen has been on the Policy Council staff since l989," according to his State Policy Network profile.
McMullen served two full terms, from August 2002 to August 2006, on the South Carolina Centers of Economic Excellence Review Board. 
McMullen was interviewed for the documentary film "Corridor of Shame. The Neglect of South Carolina's Rural Schools." 
"McMullen is a graduate of Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia where he earned a Bachelors Degree in Political Science. He has played a role in several national campaigns, as well as statewide campaigns in Virginia and South Carolina." 
McMullen served as education adviser to Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) in his 2000 bid for the presidential nomination. 
Related SourceWatch Resources
- Campaign Contributions, NewsMeat.com.
- Joseph A. D'Agostino, "South Carolina Policy Council," Human Events (FindArticles.com), March 29, 1998.
- Profile: Edward T. McMullen, Jr., State Policy Network.
- "Under the Influence. McCain: 'Reformer's' Backers Call Beltway Home," Center for Public Integrity, March 2, 2000.
- Paul M. Weyrich, "Getting A Grip On Runaway Squealing Pork," Accuracy in Media, January 6, 2005. Mentions McMullen.
- James Shannon, "'None of Your Business'. Who is paying for the Put Parents In Charge media campaign?" The Metrobeat, March 30, 2005.
- Ben Turetzky, Letter to the Editor: "'Nattering Nabob of Negativism' Speaks Up," April 11, 2005. Posted on South Carolina Democratic Party blog. re SC's Put Parents In Charge (PPIC) campaign.
- Byron York, "Will They Believe Romney? After recent revelations, plenty of doubts among conservatives," National Review Online, December 18, 2006.
- Mrs. Panstreppon, "Free Enterprise Coalition: GOP Vanishing Act," TPM Cafe, May 27, 2007.