Timothy Doescher (pronounced Desher) is the associate director of Coalition Relations at The Heritage Foundation, tasked with maintaining relationships and promoting Heritage policy surrounding tax, energy, agriculture, budget, and economics in general. Prior to this, Doescher spent two years as a research associate in Heritage’s Project for Economic Growth, supporting the work of economist Stephen Moore, and writing frequently on various economic issues.
On a recent adventure to New Zealand, Tim took the studio with him to record the sights, the sounds, and the people of a land half-a-world away. New Zealand is not just a great place to film famous movies like “The Lord of the Rings,” it’s a thriving country with incredible economic freedom and prosperity. Join Tim as he explores the similarities and the differences between America and New Zealand, why a strong relationship with New Zealand is important, and why freedom works so well for country with a “sheep to person ratio” of 6 to 1.More