Keith Ablow, MD is one of America's leading psychiatrists. He is a graduate of Brown University and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, an assistant professor at Tufts Medical School, and is board certified in adult, adolescent and forensic psychiatry. He is the author of numerous books on overcoming depression, anxiety disorders and other psychological challenges and serves as the FOX NEWS expert on psychiatry and as a contributing editor at Good Housekeeping.View posts by Keith Ablow, MD
is a professor of criminology at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington and nationally syndicated columnist for Townhall. He also authored "Welcome to the Ivory Tower of Babel: Confessions of a Conservative College Professor" and "Feminists Say the Darndest Things: A Politically Incorrect Professor Confronts 'Womyn' on Campus."View posts by Mike S. Adams
Jennifer A. Freeman, Claire Young, and Vicki Zwart are staff members of Think Glink Publishing in Glencoe, Ill. These four coauthors brought diverse writing, editing, blogging, TV and web producing, broadcasting, and Internet and social media experience to the table in the creation of this book. (Angus Carroll served as their editor.)View posts by Allison Adler
Karin Agness is the director of academic programs at AEI. In that capacity, she works to connect college students across the country with the public policy research and expertise of AEI scholars. Prior to joining AEI, she practiced law at Wiley Rein LLP in Washington, D.C. In 2011, she was selected for the Forbes 30 under 30 list for Law and Policy.View posts by Karin Agness
Dr. Qanta Ahmed is a an Associate Professor of Medicine at the State University of New York and author of In the Land of Invisible Women (Sourcebooks 2008) an account of her time in Saudi Arabia. She has published widely globally including in The Netherlands' Trouw, The Jerusalem Post,The Gulf Times, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, The Wall Street Journal, The Christian Science Monitor, The New York Post, The New York Daily News, Pakistan’s The Daily Times, The Daily Beast, Israel's Haaretz and the Times of Israel and elsewhere.View posts by Qanta Ahmed
Joshua Ahrens is the most recent president of Christians United for Israel's Portland State University chapter. In the Fall, Ahrens, who recently graduated from PSU, plans on pursuing a graduate degree at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.View posts by Joshua Ahrens
Ali A. Akbar is a Partner with Vice and Victory Agency, a digital marketing firm which caters to center-right organizations, campaigns, and select internet-based startups. He is also a Founder of the National Bloggers Club and has been at the forefront of many grassroots movements over the past half decade.View posts by Ali A. Akbar
Jen Alic is a geopolitical analyst, co-founder of ISA Intel (www.isaintel.com) in Sarajevo and the former editor-in-chief of ISN Security Watch in ZurichView posts by Jen Alic
Chelsen Vicari and Alison Howard are policy analysts with Concerned Women for America, the nation’s largest public policy women’s organization.
Alison Howard is the Communications Coordinator and Assistant to the CEO at Concerned Women for America. She is a graduate of Liberty University's School of Communications and former intern at Fox News Channel. She is a frequent blog contributor for numerous conservative outlets. Follow her on Twitter @alisonhoward1.
Chelsen Vicari is the Online Communications Strategist at Concerned Women for America. She received her Masters of Arts in Government from Regent University. She is a frequent blog contributor for numerous conservative outlets. Follow on Twitter @ChelsenVicariView posts by Alison Howard, Chelsen Vicari
John A. Allison is the longest-serving CEO of a top-25 financial institution, having served as Chairman of BB&T for two decades. He's president and CEO of the Cato Institute and a distinguished professor at the Wake Forest University Schools of Business. Allison also is one of the leading spokespersons for banking and policy reform, appearing at universities and business groups nationwide and serving on the board of directors of the Ayn Rand Institute. He received a Lifetime Achievement Award from American Banker and was named one of the decade’s top-100 most successful CEOs by Harvard Business Review.View posts by John A. Allison
won Utah's high school player-of-the-year award. After a two-year stint with the University of Utah, a dispute with his coach led Allred to transfer to Weber State where he graduated with a double-major in English and history. Lance is a 6' 11" center who played professionally in Europe and then in the NBA Development League. In April 2008, Lance signed on as a rookie with the Cleveland Cavaliers, becoming the first legally deaf NBA player.View posts by Lance Allred
James Altucher is a successful entrepreneur and investor, and the author of 10 books. His last book '40 Alternatives to College,' ironically, ranks #1 in the kindle store for books about collegeView posts by James Altucher
Ryan T. Anderson researches and writes about marriage and religious liberty as the William E. Simon Fellow in Religion and a Free Society at The Heritage Foundation. He also focuses on justice and moral principles in economic thought, health care and education, and has expertise in bioethics and natural law theory.
Anderson, who joined Heritage’s DeVos Center for Religion and Civil Society in 2012, also is the editor of Public Discourse, the online journal of the Witherspoon Institute of Princeton, N.J.
Anderson’s recent work focuses on the moral and constitutional questions surrounding same-sex “marriage.” He is the co-author with Princeton’s Robert P. George and Sherif Girgis of “What Is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defense” (Encounter Books, December 2012). The three also co-wrote the article “What is Marriage?” in the winter 2011 issue of Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy.
Anderson, George and Girgis filed amicus briefs with the 9th Circuit Court on the appeal of Perry v. Schwarzenegger, the case reviewing the constitutionality of California’s Proposition 8, and with the 1st Circuit Court on the challenge to the federal Defense of Marriage Act. In January 2013, the co-authors filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court after it agreed to hear the cases.
Anderson’s previous positions include assistant editor of First Things; journalism fellow of the Phillips Foundation; and executive director of the Witherspoon Institute, where he was research assistant to Robert P. George and Jean Bethke Elshtain.
His articles have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, First Things, Weekly Standard, National Review, Ricochet.com, New Atlantis, Claremont Review of Books, Touchstone, Books and Culture, Christianity Today, The City and Human Life Review.
Anderson received his bachelor of arts degree from Princeton University, graduating Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude. He is a doctoral candidate in political philosophy at the University of Notre Dame, where he received his master’s degree. His research spans the natural law tradition in conversation with classical and contemporary liberalism. The tentative title of his dissertation: “Beyond Private Property and Social Welfare: Economic Justice and Economic Rights.”
Anderson, who was born in Baltimore, Md., currently resides in Washington, D.C.View posts by Ryan T. Anderson
W. James Antle III, one of the country’s most widely followed political reporters and commentators, is editor of the Daily Caller News Foundation, senior editor for the American Spectator, and contributing editor to the American Conservative. He has written for the Wall Street Journal, Politico, the Los Angeles Times, the Boston Globe, the Guardian of London, Reason, National Review Online, and numerous other publications. He lives outside of Washington, D.C., in VirginiaView posts by W. James Antle III
Aparna Mathur and Michael R. Strain are economists at the American Enterprise Institute.View posts by A. Mathur and M.R. Strain