Betsy McCaughey, Ph.D., is a patient advocate and founder of the Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths, a nationwide campaign to stop hospital infections. McCaughey is a constitutional scholar, author of two histories of the U.S. Constitution, and a former Lt. Governor of New York State. Reach her at defendyourhealthcare.us
Brian C. Anderson is the editor of City Journal, published by the Manhattan Institute. He is the editor of The Beholden State (2013), co-author of A Manifesto for Media Freedom (2008), and the author of Democratic Capitalism and its Discontents (2007) and South Park Conservatives (2005).
Bruce S. Thornton grew up on a cattle ranch in Fresno County, California. He received his BA in Latin from UCLA in 1975, and his PhD in Comparative Literature: Greek, Latin, and English, from UCLA in 1983. Thornton is a Professor of Classics and Humanities at the California State University in Fresno, California.
Carla Main is a practicing attorney who has litigated a wide variety of commercial cases involving real-estate-related disputes, the First Amendment, fraud, art law, and civil rights. She writes frequently for The National Review, Policy Review, The American Lawyer, and The New York Post, among many other publications. Ms. Main resides in New Jersey.
Caroline Fourest is a French feminist writer, journalist and editor of the magazine Prochoix. A graduate in sociology and political science, she has written many books on such topics as the conservative right, the pro-life movement (France and USA), and current fundamentalist trends in the Abrahamic religions.
Christine Douglass-Williams is a nine-time international award-winning journalist and television producer (including Telly, Videographer, and Omni Awards), conducting over 1,700 live interviews. She is a federally appointed Director with the Canadian Race Relations Foundation and a former appointee to the Office of Religious Freedom in Foreign Affairs. She also serves as a political advisor.