Beau Boulter is a senior associate with the Carmen Group International, specializing in congressional affairs and international trade relations. In the Spring of 1994, Mr. Boulter was a resident Fellow of the Institute of Politics at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He taught international trade and foreign policy. From 1985 to 1989, Mr. Boulter served in the United States House of Representatives. In 1988, he was the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate opposing Lloyd Bentsen. He also served as the Texas Chairman of the Jack Kemp for President Campaign in 1988. While in Congress, Boulter served on the House Budget Committee and chaired the House Republican Energy Task Force. Boulter also founded the Congressional Grace Caucus in April of 1985 and served as its Chairman until leaving Congress. Mr. Boulter serves as legislative counsel to United Seniors Association, Inc. With over 540,000 members, United Seniors Association is the nation's largest senior citizens group that opposes higher taxes and increased government spending. Mr. Boulter has been a guest on numerous national television and radio programs including CBS This Morning, CNN's Crossfire and The World Today, and C-Span. He has also written opinion editorials and been quoted extensively on matters relating to health care and international affairs in newspapers and magazines nationwide including Congressional Quarterly, National Review, Houston Chronicle, Austin American Statesman, Amarillo Globe News, Washington Times, Harvard Gazette, Harvard Salient, and the Boston Globe.