A.C. Clark was born and raised in Venezuela. He holds academic degrees from both Venezuelan and American universities, and has taught in both countries as well. One of Clark’s areas of specialization is political theory, and he regularly publishes and lectures on this and related topics.
Aaron Rhodes is a human rights activist and an advocate for the reform of international human rights law and institutions.
Abby W. Schachter is US editor of CapX and a regular contributor to The Weekly Standard, Acculturated, the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, and Reason among other publications. She lives in Pittsburgh with her artist husband, Prof. Ben Schachter and their four children.
Adam Andrzejewski is an entrepreneur and the CEO/founder of OpenTheBooks.com, the largest private repository of U.S. public-sector spending. Adam’s works have been featured on Good Morning America, ABC World News Tonight, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, FOX News, Forbes, CNN, Chicago Tribune, Real Clear Politics, and many other news platforms.
Alex Nowrasteh is the immigration policy analyst at the Cato Institute. A Southern Californian by birth, he is widely published in major newspapers and academic journals.
Alexander Litvinenko(1962-2006) served in the Russian military for more than 20 years achieving the ranks of Lieutenant-Colonel. In 1988 he served in the counterintelligence agencies of the Soviet KGB and from 1991 in the Central Staff of the MB-FSK-FSB, specializing in counter-terrorist activities and organized crime. He escaped from Russia, and was granted political asylum in May 2001 by Great Britian where he lived until he was poisoned in November 2006.
John R. Bolton, a diplomat and a lawyer, has spent many years in public service. From August 2005 to December 2006, he served as the U.S. permanent representative to the United Nations. From 2001 to 2005, he was under secretary of state for arms control and international security.
Ambassador R. James Woolsey, former director of Central Intelligence, former undersecretary of the U.S. Navy, and former ambassador to the Negotiations on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe is a lawyer and diplomat who has served in the U.S. government on many different occasions.
Amir Taheri was the executive editor in chief of the daily Kayhan, Iran’s largest newspaper, for more than six years before the mullahs seized power. In the United States, his articles have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and Commentary, among other publications. He lives in Paris and London.
Andrew C. McCarthy is a former federal prosecutor and a contributor to National Review and Commentary, among other publications.
Andrew F. Puzder is a Senior Fellow at the Pepperdine School of Public Policy. He is the former CEO of CKE Restaurants, Inc. and was President Trump first nominee for Secretary of Labor.
Andrew Peyton Thomas is a graduate of the Harvard Law School, and was a legal assistant for the Boston NAACP. He has written for the Wall Street Journal, Weekly Standard, National Review, and other publications.
Angelo M. Codevilla was professor emeritus of international relations at Boston University. He also taught at Georgetown University and Princeton University.
Anne Hendershott is author of “Moving for Work” and “The Reluctant Caregivers.” She is Professor of Sociology and Director of the Veritas Center at Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio.
Armando Valladares was a political prisoner in Castro’s Cuba for twenty-two years. After international pressure led to his release, he came to the United States and served as Ambassador to the Human Rights Commission of the United Nations during the Reagan and Bush administrations.