Dan Armstrong was the director of marketing & communications at the Mackinac Center from 2012 to 2015.

Before joining the Mackinac Center, he spent ten years in broadcast television reporting and anchoring news stories. His TV career began in the Upper Peninsula city of Escanaba, then continued in Clio, serving at NBC stations.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in Radio and Television Broadcasting from Bob Jones University and a master’s degree in Journalism from Regent University.

My Favorite Things

Which is Better: Finding Fault or Providing Help?

Praise for REI and Also Retailers Open On Black Friday

There’s no shame in freedom … more

Helping More by Doing Less

Union's Hidden Scheme Backfires

Ballot Proposals, Big Labor's Bark, and PO Boxes

MEA Changes Opt-out Address, Keeps Members in the Dark

Michigan Education Association’s Latest Trick to Lock Workers in a Dues Cage … more

Mackinac Center Director of Research to Debate Lansing Mayor on Economic Development

Panelists Will Discuss the Current Political Realities and Ideology of Corporate Welfare … more

School Support Service Contracting Reaches 70.8 percent

Growth in Food Service, Custodial and Transportation Services Returns After Slow 2014 … more

We Remember What People Did Kindly and Freely