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Steve Forbes

For other people with the same name, see Stephen Forbes.

Malcolm Stevenson Forbes Jr. (; born July 18, 1947) is an American publishing executive and politician, who is the Editor-in-Chief of Forbes, a business magazine. He is the son of longtime Forbes publisher Malcolm Forbes, and the grandson of that publication's founder, B.C. Forbes. He is an adviser at the Forbes School of Business & Technology. Forbes was a candidate in the 1996 and 2000 Republican presidential primaries.

Steve Forbes
Forbes at CPAC 2016
Born
Malcolm Stevenson Forbes Jr.

(1947-07-18)July 18, 1947 (age 74)
EducationPrinceton University (AB)
Political partyRepublican
Spouse(s)
Sabina Beekman
(m. 1971)​
Children5, including Moira
Parent(s)
RelativesB. C. Forbes (grandfather)
FamilyForbes

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Forbes was born in Morristown, New Jersey, to Roberta Remsen (née Laidlaw) and Malcolm Forbes. Forbes grew up in Far Hills, New Jersey.

Forbes attended the Far Hills Country Day School with his longtime friend and future Governor of New Jersey, Christine Todd Whitman. He graduated cum laude from Brooks School in North Andover, Massachusetts in 1966. He then graduated with an A.B. in history from Princeton University in 1970 after completing a 75-page long senior thesis titled "Contest for the 1892 Democratic Presidential Nomination." While at Princeton, Forbes founded his first magazine, Business Today, with two other students. Business Today is currently the largest student-run magazine in the world. Forbes is a member of Alpha Kappa Psi and Tau Kappa Epsilon. He holds honorary degrees from several universities, including New York Institute of Technology and Lehigh University.

Early political career

In 1985, President Ronald Reagan appointed Forbes as head of the Board of International Broadcasting (BIB), which organized the operation of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Reagan's successor, George H. W. Bush re-appointed Forbes to the position. Forbes would continue to serve as the BIB's leader until 1993, following the inauguration of Bill Clinton.

Following his career as the BIB's head, Forbes went on to get involved in various conservative political advocacy groups. From 1993 to 1996, Forbes was the Chairman of the Board of Directors of "Empower America", which later merged with the advocacy group, FreedomWorks. Through "Empower America", Forbes became associates with the prominent conservative politician, Jack Kemp, who would go on to endorse Forbes during the 1996 Republican Party presidential primaries. From 1996 to 1999, Forbes also served as Honorary Chairman of the advocacy group, "Americans for Hope, Growth and Opportunity", described as "a grassroots, issues-advocacy organization founded to advance pro-growth, pro-freedom and pro-family issues."

Forbes helped craft Christine Todd Whitman's plan for a 30% cut in New Jersey's income tax over three years, and this plan proved to be a major factor in her victory over incumbent Governor James Florio. Despite Forbes and Whitman being childhood friends, Forbes would later distance himself from Whitman during his bid for the Republican nomination in 2000 due to Whitman's pro-choice stance on abortion.

Campaigns for president

Logo from 1996 campaign

Forbes entered the Republican primaries for President of the United States in 1996 and 2000, primarily running on a campaign to establish a flat income tax (Forbes's emphasis on the flat tax proposal was so heavy that he was described as a "single issue candidate", a label he claimed was inaccurate). Forbes believed the American taxation system had become too byzantine and bureaucratic and was in desperate need of reform and simplification.[citation needed] Forbes also supported the ideas of re-introducing 4.5% mortgages and term limits in 1996; however, dropped both in 2000 (as they were minor planks in his overall platform).[citation needed]

When Forbes ran for president in 1996 and 2000, he sold some of his Forbes, Inc. voting shares to other family members to help finance his run. Forbes did not come close to securing the Republican nomination, despite winning the Arizona and Delaware primaries in 1996, and getting some significant shares of the vote in other primaries. Forbes's "awkward" campaigning style was considered to be a major factor in his defeat. Time Magazine called his stumping a "comedy-club impression of what would happen if some mad scientist decided to construct a dork robot." Jeff Lyon of The Chicago Tribune wrote of Forbes on the campaign trail, "[Forbes] resembles the classic milquetoast, with a prissy smile, gold-rimmed glasses that make his eyes look smaller, and a stiff way of presenting himself when he works a crowd. He has a cornball style and uses preppie slang like 'get real' and 'el zippo' (meaning zero) in speeches." Forbes and his campaign staff were known for travelling between campaign stops via their "big silver bus." For his 2000 presidential campaign, he raised $86,000,000 in campaign contributions, of which $37,000,000 were self-donated.

Logo from 2000 campaign

After dropping out early in the 2000 primary season, Forbes returned to heading the magazine and company. During the 1996 campaign, insiders at Fortune alleged that stories about Forbes's advertisers became favorably biased toward them.

Major issues Forbes has supported include free trade, health savings accounts, and allowing people to opt out 75% of Social Security payroll taxes into personal retirement accounts (PRAs). Forbes supports traditional Republican Party policies such as downsizing government agencies to balance the budget, tough crime laws and support for the death penalty, and school vouchers. Forbes opposes gun control and most government regulation of the environment, as well as drug legalization and same-sex marriage, in spite of his father being gay. In terms of foreign policy, he called for a "US not UN foreign policy" (which is composed of anti-International Monetary Fund sentiments, pro-Israeli sentiment, opposition to Most Favored Nation status for the People's Republic of China, and anti-UN sentiment.)

Forbes's flat tax plan has changed slightly. In 1996, Forbes supported a flat tax of 17% on all personal and corporate earned income (unearned income such as capital gains, pensions, inheritance, and savings would be exempt.) However, Forbes supported keeping the first $33,000 of income exempt. In 2000, Forbes maintained the same plan; however, instead of each person receiving an exemption of $33,000, it more closely resembled the Armey Plan (Forbes's version called for a $13,000 per adult and $5,000 per dependent deduction). Forbes is very wealthy, with a net worth in 1996 of $430 million. In response to this criticism, Forbes promised in his 2000 campaign to exempt himself from the benefits of the flat tax, although he did support the repeal of the 16th Amendment in a debate with Alan Keyes the previous year.

In his 2000 campaign, Forbes professed his support for social conservatism along with his supply-side economics. Despite holding opposite positions in 1996, for the 2000 campaign, Forbes announced he was adamantly opposed to abortion and supported prayer in public schools. The previous year Forbes had issued a statement saying he would no longer donate money to Princeton University due to its hiring of philosopher Peter Singer, who views personhood as being limited to 'sentient' beings and therefore considers some disabled people and all infants to lack this status. Steve Forbes was one of the signers of the Statement of Principles of Project for the New American Century (PNAC) on June 3, 1997.

Other political activities

In 1996, Forbes campaigned on behalf of Ron Paul in the congressional election for Texas's 14th congressional district.

Actor Mark McKinney played Steve Forbes on the comedy television show, Saturday Night Live, a program known for featuring political satire. In an episode which aired on March 16, 1996–shortly after Forbes dropped out of the 1996 presidential race–McKinney played Forbes in a skit, in which Forbes purchases land in Russia to found his own country, called "Forbes America". Forbes himself hosted an episode of Saturday Night Live, which aired on April 13, 1996. The episode featured a skit, in which Forbes earnestly wishes to answer the questions of potential voters, but all the questions he receives instead have to do with his enormous personal wealth (for example, with regards to the then ongoing war in Bosnia, Forbes is asked by an audience member, "Why don't you just buy Bosnia and tell all those people over there that if they don't stop fighting you'll just, you know, throw them the hell out?"). On that same episode, Forbes starred in a skit, playing a roofer, the comedy deriving from Forbes's character being a tough blue collar worker, a personality which clashes with Forbes's nerdy, intellectual demeanor and appearance. The episode also featured a skit where the real Forbes interviewed his SNL counterpart, played by McKinney.

In December 2006, Forbes joined the Board of Directors of the advocacy organization FreedomWorks. Forbes is also on the board of directors of the National Taxpayers Union. Forbes is also a member of the board of trustees of The Heritage Foundation, an influential Washington, D.C.-based public policy research institute. Forbes is a frequent panelist on the television program Forbes on Fox, which also features members of the Forbes magazine staff, and is shown Saturday mornings on Fox News Channel at 11:00 am EST.

On March 28, 2007, Forbes joined Rudy Giuliani's campaign for the 2008 Presidential election, serving as a National Co-Chair and Senior Policy Advisor. Later in the 2008 presidential campaign, Forbes served as John McCain's Economic Adviser on Taxes, Energy and the Budget during McCain's bid for the 2008 Presidential election.

In March 2013, Forbes participated in a NPR broadcast Intelligence Squared debate with James Grant, Frederic Mishkin and John R. Taylor Jr. concerning the motion "Does America Need A Strong Dollar Policy?".

In 1971, he married Sabina Beekman. They have five daughters, including Moira Forbes. Forbes appeared alongside his family on Larry King Live during his 1996 presidential campaign. Forbes has been a resident of Bedminster, New Jersey.

Forbes rides Amtrak trains and was a passenger on board the 2016 Chester, Pennsylvania, train derailment.

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Steve Forbes Language Watch Edit For other people with the same name see Stephen Forbes Malcolm Stevenson Forbes Jr f ɔːr b z born July 18 1947 1 is an American publishing executive and politician who is the Editor in Chief of Forbes a business magazine He is the son of longtime Forbes publisher Malcolm Forbes and the grandson of that publication s founder B C Forbes He is an adviser at the Forbes School of Business amp Technology 2 Forbes was a candidate in the 1996 3 and 2000 Republican presidential primaries Steve ForbesForbes at CPAC 2016BornMalcolm Stevenson Forbes Jr 1947 07 18 July 18 1947 age 74 Morristown New Jersey U S EducationPrinceton University AB Political partyRepublicanSpouse s Sabina Beekman m 1971 wbr Children5 including MoiraParent s Malcolm Forbes father RelativesB C Forbes grandfather FamilyForbes Contents 1 Early life 2 Education 3 Political career and views 3 1 Early political career 3 2 Campaigns for president 3 3 Other political activities 4 Personal life 5 Bibliography 6 References 7 External linksEarly life EditForbes was born in Morristown New Jersey to Roberta Remsen nee Laidlaw and Malcolm Forbes 4 5 Forbes grew up in Far Hills New Jersey Education EditForbes attended the Far Hills Country Day School with his longtime friend and future Governor of New Jersey Christine Todd Whitman He graduated cum laude from Brooks School in North Andover Massachusetts in 1966 He then graduated with an A B in history from Princeton University in 1970 after completing a 75 page long senior thesis titled Contest for the 1892 Democratic Presidential Nomination 6 7 While at Princeton Forbes founded his first magazine Business Today with two other students Business Today is currently the largest student run magazine in the world 8 Forbes is a member of Alpha Kappa Psi and Tau Kappa Epsilon 9 He holds honorary degrees from several universities including New York Institute of Technology and Lehigh University 10 Political career and views EditEarly political career Edit In 1985 President Ronald Reagan appointed Forbes as head of the Board of International Broadcasting BIB which organized the operation of Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty Reagan s successor George H W Bush re appointed Forbes to the position Forbes would continue to serve as the BIB s leader until 1993 following the inauguration of Bill Clinton 11 Following his career as the BIB s head Forbes went on to get involved in various conservative political advocacy groups From 1993 to 1996 Forbes was the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Empower America which later merged with the advocacy group FreedomWorks 12 Through Empower America Forbes became associates with the prominent conservative politician Jack Kemp who would go on to endorse Forbes during the 1996 Republican Party presidential primaries 13 From 1996 to 1999 Forbes also served as Honorary Chairman of the advocacy group Americans for Hope Growth and Opportunity described as a grassroots issues advocacy organization founded to advance pro growth pro freedom and pro family issues 14 Forbes helped craft Christine Todd Whitman s 15 plan for a 30 cut in New Jersey s income tax over three years and this plan proved to be a major factor in her victory over incumbent Governor James Florio 16 17 Despite Forbes and Whitman being childhood friends Forbes would later distance himself from Whitman during his bid for the Republican nomination in 2000 due to Whitman s pro choice stance on abortion 18 Campaigns for president Edit Logo from 1996 campaign Forbes entered the Republican primaries for President of the United States in 1996 and 2000 primarily running on a campaign to establish a flat income tax Forbes s emphasis on the flat tax proposal was so heavy that he was described as a single issue candidate a label he claimed was inaccurate 19 Forbes believed the American taxation system had become too byzantine and bureaucratic and was in desperate need of reform and simplification citation needed Forbes also supported the ideas of re introducing 4 5 mortgages and term limits in 1996 however dropped both in 2000 as they were minor planks in his overall platform citation needed When Forbes ran for president in 1996 and 2000 he sold some of his Forbes Inc voting shares to other family members to help finance his run Forbes did not come close to securing the Republican nomination despite winning the Arizona and Delaware primaries in 1996 and getting some significant shares of the vote in other primaries Forbes s awkward campaigning style was considered to be a major factor in his defeat 20 Time Magazine called his stumping a comedy club impression of what would happen if some mad scientist decided to construct a dork robot 20 Jeff Lyon of The Chicago Tribune wrote of Forbes on the campaign trail Forbes resembles the classic milquetoast with a prissy smile gold rimmed glasses that make his eyes look smaller and a stiff way of presenting himself when he works a crowd He has a cornball style and uses preppie slang like get real and el zippo meaning zero in speeches 21 Forbes and his campaign staff were known for travelling between campaign stops via their big silver bus 22 23 For his 2000 presidential campaign he raised 86 000 000 in campaign contributions of which 37 000 000 were self donated 24 Logo from 2000 campaign After dropping out early in the 2000 primary season Forbes returned to heading the magazine and company During the 1996 campaign insiders at Fortune alleged that stories about Forbes s advertisers became favorably biased toward them 25 Major issues Forbes has supported include free trade health savings accounts and allowing people to opt out 75 of Social Security payroll taxes into personal retirement accounts PRAs Forbes supports traditional Republican Party policies such as downsizing government agencies to balance the budget tough crime laws and support for the death penalty and school vouchers Forbes opposes gun control and most government regulation of the environment as well as drug legalization and same sex marriage 26 in spite of his father being gay 27 In terms of foreign policy he called for a US not UN foreign policy which is composed of anti International Monetary Fund sentiments pro Israeli sentiment opposition to Most Favored Nation status for the People s Republic of China and anti UN sentiment Forbes s flat tax plan has changed slightly In 1996 Forbes supported a flat tax of 17 on all personal and corporate earned income unearned income such as capital gains pensions inheritance and savings would be exempt However Forbes supported keeping the first 33 000 of income exempt In 2000 Forbes maintained the same plan however instead of each person receiving an exemption of 33 000 it more closely resembled the Armey Plan Forbes s version called for a 13 000 per adult and 5 000 per dependent deduction Forbes is very wealthy with a net worth in 1996 of 430 million 3 In response to this criticism Forbes promised in his 2000 campaign to exempt himself from the benefits of the flat tax although he did support the repeal of the 16th Amendment in a debate with Alan Keyes the previous year In his 2000 campaign Forbes professed his support for social conservatism along with his supply side economics Despite holding opposite positions in 1996 for the 2000 campaign Forbes announced he was adamantly opposed to abortion and supported prayer in public schools The previous year Forbes had issued a statement saying he would no longer donate money to Princeton University due to its hiring of philosopher Peter Singer who views personhood as being limited to sentient beings and therefore considers some disabled people and all infants to lack this status Steve Forbes was one of the signers of the Statement of Principles of Project for the New American Century PNAC on June 3 1997 Other political activities Edit In 1996 Forbes campaigned on behalf of Ron Paul in the congressional election for Texas s 14th congressional district 28 Actor Mark McKinney played Steve Forbes on the comedy television show Saturday Night Live a program known for featuring political satire In an episode which aired on March 16 1996 shortly after Forbes dropped out of the 1996 presidential race McKinney played Forbes in a skit in which Forbes purchases land in Russia to found his own country called Forbes America 29 Forbes himself hosted an episode of Saturday Night Live which aired on April 13 1996 The episode featured a skit in which Forbes earnestly wishes to answer the questions of potential voters but all the questions he receives instead have to do with his enormous personal wealth for example with regards to the then ongoing war in Bosnia Forbes is asked by an audience member Why don t you just buy Bosnia and tell all those people over there that if they don t stop fighting you ll just you know throw them the hell out 30 On that same episode Forbes starred in a skit playing a roofer the comedy deriving from Forbes s character being a tough blue collar worker a personality which clashes with Forbes s nerdy intellectual demeanor and appearance 31 The episode also featured a skit where the real Forbes interviewed his SNL counterpart played by McKinney 32 In December 2006 Forbes joined the Board of Directors of the advocacy organization FreedomWorks Forbes is also on the board of directors of the National Taxpayers Union Forbes is also a member of the board of trustees of The Heritage Foundation an influential Washington D C based public policy research institute 33 Forbes is a frequent panelist on the television program Forbes on Fox which also features members of the Forbes magazine staff and is shown Saturday mornings on Fox News Channel at 11 00 am EST On March 28 2007 Forbes joined Rudy Giuliani s campaign for the 2008 Presidential election serving as a National Co Chair and Senior Policy Advisor Later in the 2008 presidential campaign Forbes served as John McCain s Economic Adviser on Taxes Energy and the Budget during McCain s bid for the 2008 Presidential election 34 In March 2013 Forbes participated in a NPR broadcast Intelligence Squared debate with James Grant Frederic Mishkin and John R Taylor Jr concerning the motion Does America Need A Strong Dollar Policy 35 Personal life EditIn 1971 he married Sabina Beekman They have five daughters including Moira Forbes 36 Forbes appeared alongside his family on Larry King Live during his 1996 presidential campaign 37 Forbes has been a resident of Bedminster New Jersey 38 Forbes rides Amtrak trains and was a passenger on board the 2016 Chester Pennsylvania train derailment Bibliography EditForbes Steve 1999 The New Birth of Freedom Vision for America Washington DC Regnery Publishing p 204 ISBN 978 0895263209 OCLC 475198964 Forbes Steve 2005 Flat Tax Revolution Using a Postcard to Abolish the IRS Washington DC Regnery Publishing p 216 ISBN 978 0895260406 OCLC 60558651 Forbes Steve 2012 Freedom Manifesto Why Free Markets Are Moral and Big Government Isn t Crown Business Publishing p 304 ISBN 978 0307951571 Forbes Steve Ames Elizabeth 2014 Money How the Destruction of the Dollar Threatens the Global Economy and What We Can Do About It ISBN 9780071823708 Forbes Steve Ames Elizabeth 2015 Reviving America How Repealing Obamacare Replacing the Tax Code and Reforming The Fed will Restore Hope and Prosperity McGraw Hill Education p 224 ISBN 978 1259641121 References Edit Famous birthdays for July 18 Vin Diesel Kristen Bell United Press International July 18 2019 Archived from the original on July 19 2019 Retrieved August 7 2019 Publisher Steve Forbes in 1947 age 72 Forbes School of Business amp Technology Board of Advisors Ashford University www ashford edu Retrieved 2019 05 12 a b Mitt Romney to report financial assets of at least 190 million Archived 2007 05 14 at the Wayback Machine Fox News Milestones Nov 4 1985 Time April 18 2005 Archived from the original on October 15 2007 Retrieved May 24 2010 Ancestry of Steve Forbes b 1947 Retrieved October 16 2015 Forbes Jr 1970 Contest for the 1892 Democratic Presidential Nomination Cite journal requires journal help Bumiller Elisabeth Politics On The Trail In Political Quest Forbes Runs in Shadow of Father The New York Times February 11 1996 Accessed December 11 2007 Christine Todd Mr Forbes s childhood friend from the Far Hills Country Day school would grow up to become Governor Whitman His son went off to the Brooks School in North Andover Mass then on to Princeton Malcolm Forbes s alma mater Lyceum Series March 20 2007 Steve Forbes ULM University of Louisiana at Monroe Retrieved October 16 2015 Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity News Retrieved October 16 2015 Sellers Bob 2010 06 17 Forbes Best Business Mistakes How Today s Top Business Leaders Turned Missteps into Success ISBN 9780470768334 Steve Forbes Forbes June 6 2002 Retrieved April 7 2021 Steve Forbes Forbes June 6 2002 Retrieved April 7 2021 Jack Kemp endorses Forbes Tampa Bay Times May 7 1996 Retrieved 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