Whitehead is the President of The Rutherford Institute and the author of "A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State.
What does TRI stand for?
TRI stands for The Rutherford Institute (Charlottesville, VA)
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We have 173 other meanings of TRI in our Acronym Attic
- Teaching Research Institute (various locations)
- Technology Readiness Index (Parasuraman)
- Technology Research Institute (various locations)
- Tecolote Research, Inc (Goleta, CA government contractor)
- Telecommunications Reporting Instruction
- Terminal Reality Inc.
- Texas Research Institute (Austin, TX)
- The Remanufacturing Institute
- The Rensselaerville Institute
- The Rothberg Institute (children's medical group; Guilford, CT)
- Thermal Response Index
- Three Random Initial(s)
- Thrust Rating Indicator (aviation)
- Tile Roofing Institute
- Time Reporting Information
- Time-Reversal Invariance
- Tokai Rubber Industries (Japan)
- Toronto Recycling, Inc. (Ontario, Canada)
- Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to Glenn Beck's website "The Blaze," the Rutherford Institute plans to ask the Ohio Supreme Court to decide whether or not creationism can be taught in schools alongside evolution as part of so-called "academic freedom.
He contacted the Rutherford Institute, a Virginia-based civil liberties organization.
After graduating seniors at a Snohomish, Washington, school were barred by school officials from performing an instrumental version of Biebel's "Ave Maria," the Rutherford Institute unsuccessfully sought relief from the nation's highest court.
John Whitehead is founder of the Rutherford Institute and writes for major publications, including the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Washington Times, and USA Today, and is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post.
But it's not a rapture or a snatching of people up to heaven for seven years" (John Whitehead, "God So Loved the World That He Gave Us World War II," The Rutherford Files: oldSpeak, The Rutherford Institute, 4 June 2005, www.
The Rutherford Institute argued the case on Falvo's behalf.
John Whitehead, the head of the Rutherford Institute, a private conservative group that had paid Jones' legal expenses, said he was disappointed with Wright's decision as to the amount.