Biography

 
 

Kevin Mooney is an investigative reporter  who writes for several publications based in the Washington D.C. area. He is currently an investigative reporter with The Daily Signal, the  multimedia news publication of The Heritage Foundation. He also writes for National Review, The Daily Caller, Forbes Magazine,  The Washington Free Beacon, The Weekly Standard, The Washington Examiner, The Washington Times and the publications of the Capital Research Center. Kevin has also worked with several free market think tanks associated with The State Policy Network including The Pelican Institute in New Orleans and the Rhode Island Center for Freedom Prosperity.

Kevin previously reported for Breitbart.com, and its affiliated websites, and also written opinion pieces for TheBlaze and The American Spectator. When he first arrived in Washington D.C., Kevin wrote and reported for  CNSNews.com and NewsBusters, which are publications of the Media Research Center. He has also written for NetRightDaily.com, a publication of Americans for Limited Government, a free market think tank based in Fairfax, Va.

Kevin specializes in reporting on the environmental movement, its impact on economic activity and new scientific data that questions the premise of man-made global warming. Another special area of interest concerns the actions  of organized labor and its impact on public policy and the free market.

Kevin has also appeared on several Fox News programs including the Tucker Carlson program where he discussed the financial relationship between the Russian government and the U.S. enviornmental movement. He also appeared on the Glenn Beck program to discuss the connection between organized labor and the now defunct Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN).  Kevin was also the first to report on the taxpayer funding made available to ACORN in midst of voter fraud activity that involved ACORN and its operatives in the 2008 election cycle.

Prior to arriving in Washington D.C., Kevin worked as a reporter for the Trenton Times and Forbes Newspapers in New Jersey. He also held editorial positions with Dow Jones and Company and Bloomberg News in Princeton, N.J.

He is a member of the  following organizations:

  • Investigative Reporters and Editors
  • The Society of Professional Journalists
  • The National Press Club
  • The Philadelphia Society
  • The Federalist Society
  • The National Association of Scholars
  • Young America’s Foundation
  • The State Policy Network
  • America’s Future Foundation
  • The Amateur Astronomer’s Association of Princeton
  • Princeton Battlefield Society
  • The Ancient Order of Hibernians
  • The Knights of Columbus