L. Todd Wood is the publisher of Creative Destruction Media and editor-in-chief of Tsarism. He's also been a longtime national security columnist for the Washington Times, and a very successful novelist at LToddWood.com.
Baruch Pletner is an entrepreneur, a scientist, an inventor, and a private pilot. He is also the editor-in-chief of Tsionizm.com.
Court worked for fifteen years in finance, first in managed futures funds for Morgan Stanley in New York and Atlanta, and later as an executive advisor in financial planning at Ameriprise Financial in Minneapolis and Chicago. Court resides in New York City with his family.
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Freedom Fighter, Political Activist, Former US Congressional Candidate, Writer, Foreign Policy & Political Analyst, Contributor to I24English, World Traveler, lived 6 yrs in Europe, 7 yrs in Middle East, Show Casing overlooked and under reported stories, Host of ‘Freedom’s Voice from Around the Globe’.
Mike Siegel’s real world experience as a public school teacher in Newark, New Jersey; Professor of Communication at Emerson College in Boston; Consultant to a Drug Rehabilitation Program in Boston; Communication Consultant to Business and Industry have given him a breadth and depth of experience that he brings to his radio programs.
Kyrill Firshein is the former head of Deutsche Bank’s Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa Equities distribution business for the Americas.
Joseph Hammond is a journalist and former Cairo correspondent for Radio Free Europe. He has written on issues ranging from boxing to international relations on four continents. He has also worked as a consultant on development issues and received a Fulbright fellowship to work with the government of Malawi.
Tim is an oil markets and geopolitical analyst, journalist and author that has been working out of the Asia-Pacific region for more than ten years. He's worked for Forbes, S&P Platts Global, Interfax, NewsBase, and the UK-based Independent newspaper. He's also authored geopolitical reports and analysis for Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) defense ministries.
Steve Gruber is a Michigan based conservative radio talk show host who is syndicated on 25 affiliates throughout the state. Since he started the show in 2012 he has been named the "Best Morning Personality" by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters five times.
A USAFA grad, Brent flew F-15 combat missions during Operation Desert Storm. After completing his service, Brent immigrated to Israel, where he was drafted into IAF active service.
Humphrey Hawksley's work as a BBC foreign correspondent has taken him to crises on every continent. He was expelled from Sri Lanka, opened the BBC’s television bureau in China, arrested in Serbia and initiated a global campaign against enslaved children in the chocolate industry. The campaign continues today.
Tatiana Menaker is a business owner and a journalist, born in Leningrad, Russia. She has an MA in Philosophy. She lives and works in San Francisco, CA. Published essays and articles in FrontPageMagazine, the Jewish-Russian Telegraph, and Kstati.
Dr. Seth J. Frantzman is researcher and journalist based in Jerusalem. He has a PhD from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and is the Oped Editor of The Jerusalem Post.
Brandon Ivey is a family man, business owner, entrepreneur, political commentator and by nature a problem solver.
Marcia Christoff-Kurapovna contributed feature pieces and op-eds on Swiss and Liechtenstein banking issues for The Wall Street Journal Europe while based in Vienna, Austria; she also authored a column, ‘Swiss Watch.’ for the Ludwig von Mises Institute. Her geopolitical and cultural reporting has appeared in The New York Times, The International Herald Tribune, The Economist, The Imaginative Conservative and the journal of the Council on Foreign Relations, Foreign Affairs.
Bob is the inventor of the famous Silicon Valley Napkin and the founder of several successful high-tech Silicon Valley firms including Zeidman Consulting and Software Analysis and Forensic Engineering. He holds numerous patents and is the creator of the computer science field of software forensics.
Taylor Day lives in New England where she enjoys being an outspoken anti-SJW, firearm enthusiast and writer. Her previous publications include The New York Times, U.S. Catholic and American Thinker with appearances on MSNBC and LocknLoad Radio.