After his graduation from St. John's College, a prestigious Catholic / Military School in Washington, D.C., Joe Giganti began his professional career in broadcasting.
Joe has worked in all facets of the media business including hosting and/or producing TV & radio shows, commercials & specials, as well as in marketing and public relations. Joe co-hosts a weekly Washington update on the radio show, The Right Side
He has worked with many of the country's leading conservatives, serving as one of the national media strategists on Alan Keyes' 2000 presidential campaign.
Throughout his career, Joe has been an outspoken advocate of the conservative family values instilled in him by his parents. Concerned by the lack of these traditional values in all forms of media, Joe founded Veritas Media Group, Inc., a full-service media consulting and production company that completely and competently fills that void. Joe is a recognized voice of conservative values for his generation, appearing on both local and nationally syndicated radio and television programs.
Life is NOT arbitrary; that's the whole point
March 27, 2004
(Mar. 19) By now many of you are familiar with the news story about the woman from Utah, Melissa Ann Rowland, who is being charged with the murder of one . . .
John Wambough is a retired Air Force colonel with 28 years of service. During his career in the Air Force, Colonel Wambough flew F-105 and F-111 tactical fighter aircraft. His combat tour in Southeast Asia was in the F-105s with the 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron. He was a Fighter Squadron Commander (F – 111E aircraft, 55 TFS, Royal Air Force, Upper Heyford, United Kingdom) and later Group Commander at the same base. He served on the Air Staff and Joint Staff in the Pentagon
Bush and uncommon valor
March 3, 2004
George Bush and I were fighter pilots. Lt. Bush flew F-102s in the Air National Guard (ANG) — 111th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (FIS); I flew F-105s in combat . . .
Gerald Sutton was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and now works for an airline in Appleton, WI. He is 31 years old, single, and a freelance writer with a conservative, Christian viewpoint. He has been writing since he was eight, with an interest in History and Social Studies. A proud Veteran and follower of Jesus Christ, his greatest concerns today are feminism and its effects on American culture and Politics. His goal is to write for a Christian publication one day.
The failure of feminism
March 2, 2004
Earlier this year I was talking to a friend about feminism. At that time I didn't know much about it besides that feminism seemed awfully biased. For years I . . .
Liz Polson resides in Colorado and attends the University of Northern Colorado. In her third year, she is pursuing a bachelor's degree in graphic design/commercial art. She enjoys politics and is a news junkie.
At present, Liz maintains three websites, all of which she envisioned and executed, on top of attending college full time and holding down a part-time job. She is also a small business owner in the state of Colorado.
If you'd like to read more of Liz's columns, visit http://www.richardmullenax.com/mullenaxnews. You can contact her at email@example.com.
The hypocrisy of tolerance
March 1, 2004
When I sit back and read the day's news, there's nothing I can do but sit in disgust. And restrain myself from banging my head against the nearest brick wall. . . .
Jim Poesl's experience includes work as on-site supervisor at several high-profile Anthrax Clean Up sites, Industrial Hygiene, and Regulatory Compliance. His education includes an MS in Environmental Policy Studies. Jim can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 17, 2004
History is rife with individuals and groups that have fabricated problems, promoted them to the status of Cause Celebre, and then offered their . . .
Selwyn Duke lives in Westchester County, New York. He is a tennis professional, internet entrepreneur, and writer whose works have appeared on various sites on the Internet, including Intellectual Conservative and Mensnet. Selwyn has traveled extensively in his life, visiting exotic locales such as India, Morocco, and Algeria, and quite a number of other countries while playing the international tennis circuit and going abroad for other purposes. A large number of his works can be found at his site: www.SelwynDuke.com.
The thirteen arrows
June 5, 2004
Joseph Stalin said, "When we hang the capitalists, they will sell us the rope we use." Of course, his prediction never came to pass because there was nothing . . .
That female ego
June 3, 2004
It occurred to me a while back, as I thought about my chauvinistic teasing of a woman who is very close to my heart, that I had stumbled into genius. For if . . .
An abusive media's tortured coverage
May 26, 2004
One pearl of wisdom my parents imparted to me during the years that I was equal parts Dennis the Menace and budding literatus extraordinaire was that you . . .
The body politic is not constitutionally solid
March 30, 2004
"What kind of government have you given us, Dr. Franklin?" This was asked by a curious woman of Benjamin Franklin in Sept. 1787, when he emerged from . . .
Where the liberalism hits the road
February 18, 2004
It was an interesting scene when Judge Harry Rapkin was cornered by a reporter and camera crew outside his beautiful home in his upscale neighborhood. . . .
A foolproof tax plan
February 7, 2004
John Marshall Former Chief Justice John Marshall once said, "The power to tax is the power to destroy." And boy, was he right. Confiscate enough of . . .
Speaking out of the left sides of our mouths
February 3, 2004
George Orwell It has been said that the side that defines the vocabulary of a debate wins the debate. This idea was expressed in George Orwell's book 1 . . .
Misguided passion about "Passion"
January 23, 2004
He doesn't realize what is about to befall him, as his summer camp roommate leads him to a secluded place and delivers him into the hands of those who . . .
The barometer of freedom
January 21, 2004
We here in America take great pride in saying that we are the "freest nation on earth." We, especially when we perceive our country to be threatened . . .
Dan Popp has been a radio personality and program director, and now owns a massively-overtaxed small business: a commercial recording studio. His voice is heard on several national radio programs including "Home School Heartbeat," "The Calvary Hour," and "Today’s Child." Dan and his wife Vicky have been married 23 years, and live in Akron, Ohio.
A greater danger: A new attack on America
November 24, 2003
Everyone knows what happened on the date September 11, 2001. But what about 11/18/03? On that awful day America was attacked again — by a more . . .
Frederick Meekins is an Internet columnist. He holds a BS from the University of Maryland in Political Science / History and a MA in Apologetics & Christian Philosophy from Trinity Theological Seminary. In the future, Frederick plans to continue publishing his commentaries and hopefully compile them into a self-published book. Frederick's research interests include Worldview Application, Christian Apologetics, The Implications of Aberrant Theologies & Ideologies, Futurology, Eschatology, Science Fiction, Terrorism Studies, Environmentalism, Education Policy, Political Theory, and America's Judeo-Christian Foundations. Frederick is also an ordained Non-Denominational Minister. His website providing links to news around the Internet is The American WorldView Dispatch. Media inquiries can be directed to: email@example.com.
Tramps for troops: The post-season analysis
March 2, 2004
Since the tragedy of September 11, 2001, Americans have exhibited a renewed sense of patriotism and love of country. This sentiment often manifests in a . . .
All America needs next Christmas is a new backbone
January 23, 2004
One might hypothesize that the health of a culture could be determined in part by gauging to what degree those in positions of influence and authority embrace . . .
Drama queen crowned king of the jungle
January 1, 2004
This should come as no surprise, but Kelly from Animal Planet's "King Of The Jungle" won that show's prize of having one's own special on that network. My . . .
A big helping of Christmas guilt
December 16, 2003
Retailers have made a science of manipulating consumers during the Christmas season to part with their financial resources for products they would not likely . . .
Ecovangelism: Is Animal Planet the next PTL?
November 27, 2003
A common complaint of both Creation Science and Christian television is that these epistemological modalities seek to propagate a particular viewpoint. Secular . . .
If the allegation of genocide fits, wear it
November 5, 2003
Imagine, if you will, a parallel universe not unlike our own but noticeably different, or — better yet — maybe even our own world several decades or even a . . .
Ben Thompson, 58, of New Ulm, Minnesota, has a masters degree in counseling & psychological services, with concentration with juvenile justice, from St. Mary's College in Winona, Minnesota. He is a former police officer and U.S. army medic. He has also been an administrator for religious education, supervising the training, teaching, and budget for 44 teachers and 450 students for several years.
In addition, Ben has been a businessman, coach, and newspaper reporter.
Ben and his wife Sheri have six children and eight grandchildren. He is running for President on the Independent American Party ticket.
November 5, 2003
Since near the turn of the 20th century, many have mistakenly referred to our way of government as a "democracy," rather than the constitutional republic that . . .
Steven Streeter is a Senior Policy Analyst at the Association of Concerned Taxpayers.
"The Eight" are great!!
October 1, 2003
Well the Invidious Eight are taking their lumps for voting against the Do Not Call list. It's time someone spoke up for them, so here goes. Let's give . . .
Bad science and the "re-importation" of drugs
June 19, 2003
In C.S. Lewis's That Hideous Strength, Jane Studdock describes the horror of a head kept alive after its owner has died, kept alive for future . . .
Darla Meyers is a full-time homemaker and soon-to-be full-time home educator of her five-year-old son. She is happily married to Michael Meyers—her knight in shining armor—for over seven years, and has three adult children, one grandchild, and one son-in-law.
One pro-life organization's approach
May 31, 2003
Our committed American citizens at Vote For Life First believe strongly the only way to overturn Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton is by showing the world that pro . . .
Gordon Bloyer has a television show on Channel 4 in Portage, Indiana, on Monday at 6:30 p.m. The show can also be seen on Channel 44 in Portage, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 6:30 p.m., and on Saturday at 10 a.m. His letters and articles have been printed in many publications, including the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner, Washington Times, USA Today, Monterey Herald, San Mateo Times, San Jose Mercury, Gary Post-Tribune, Hammond Times and the San Francisco Progress.
In 1986, as the San Francisco co-chairman of the grassroots lobby Citizens For America, Gordon spoke out for the Reagan administration on all the San Francisco radio and television stations, and as a result Ronald Reagan invited him to the White House to thank him.
Flag amendment: making "the simple" seem complex
June 19, 2003
Once again, an effort to protect our flag by an amendment to the Constitution is under consideration. Once again, the liberals are trying to confuse the issue. . . .
The truth about oil damage
March 31, 2003
In 1964 Ronald Reagan said, "The problem with liberals is not that they are ignorant, the problem is that they know so much that is not so." Liberals know so . . .
Robert Baral, R.N.
Robert W. Baral, R.N., is a pro-life activist who has worked for many years as a hospital paramedic and then emergency nurse in urban areas. He lives in Bennington, Vermont, where he ran for the state House seat in the Windham-Bennington district as a Republican in the 2002 election. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The murder of babies born & unborn: why I am opposed to abortion
Robert Baral, R.N.
January 25, 2003
I am by profession a hospital paramedic turned emergency room nurse. About 20 years ago, when I first began working in emergency health care, I was stunned at . . .
Christopher Worshek is a student at the University of Alabama majoring in Pre-law, Political Science, and American History. In the 2002 election cycle, he was appointed Political Director for Republican Nominee Stephen Engel's U.S. House of Representatives campaign. He was also active in many statewide campaigns as well as being an officer in the Alabama Republican Assembly. He held various state and local positions in the 2000 presidential campaign of Alan Keyes. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
Confessions of an American patriot: the diaries of a strange land
January 23, 2003
Though weary and sleep-deprived, I could not sleep. The frigid winds swept through the worn cloth of my makeshift tent. Marching through the blizzards of snow . . .