Elizabeth Crum is a political blogger and Editor of the Nevada News Bureau, an independent news service covering the Nevada state house and public policy issues.
She is also the co-founder of RadioForConservatives.com, a 24/7 live streaming internet radio station. In addition, she occasionally works with Citizen Outreach Foundation on projects that increase awareness of the governmental process and help develop and promote public understanding of policy issues.
Elizabeth has a special interest in grassroots advocacy including training and mentoring citizens to use the internet and "new media" to engage in the political process. She lives in Las Vegas, Nevada with her husband, their three children, and two very spoiled cats.
Ed Morrissey began writing on politics and culture in 2003 at Captain's Quarters, a blog which reached international prominence when Morrissey published embargoed testimony in the Canadian Adscam scandal, eventually resulting in the fall of the Liberal government.
Morrissey has also written for the New York Post, the Washington Post, the Daily Standard, the Washington Times, the New York Sun, and in September wrote the cover story for Townhall Magazine on the Minnesota recount that produced Al Franken as Senator.
Morrissey now writes a weekly column for American Issues Project in addition to his daily analysis at HotAir.com, where he also hosts a daily Internet videostream talk show. He also has a weekly radio show in the Twin Cities, where he lives, on Salem Radio affiliate The Patriot.
Morrissey enjoys what little spare time he has after all of that by spending it with his wife Marcia, his son and daughter-in-law, and two granddaughters.
Alt website: http://www.am1280thepatriot.com/
A journalist since 1995 and a blogger since early 2002, Ed Driscoll has been with Pajamas Media since writing some of their earliest pre-launch material in mid-2005.
He has produced and been one of the chief interviewers on PJM Political, Pajamas’ weekly radio show on Sirius-XM’s POTUS channel, since its debut in September of 2007. PJM Political’s guests have included John McCain, Fred Thompson, Mitt Romney, General David Petraeus, Jon Voight, Roger Stone, Michelle Malkin, Ed Morrissey, Andrew Breitbart, Mark Steyn, Jonah Goldberg, Tammy Bruce, Hugh Hewitt and many other pundits, politicians, bloggers, and consultants.
Since January of 2008, Driscoll has been producing “Silicon Graffiti,” his more-or-less biweekly video blog. He was also part of Pajamas Media’s gavel-to-gavel coverage of the 2008 Republican convention. Prior to his association with Pajamas, Driscoll was published in a variety of magazines and journals including PC World, Guitar World, Robb Report, Videomaker, National Review Online, the Weekly Standard.com, Tech Central Station, Catholic Exchange.
He still writes freelance on a regular basis when not producing multimedia content for Pajamas Media.
Blog URL is: www.eddriscoll.com (which redirects to http://pajamasmedia.com/eddriscoll/)
Twitter ID is: http://twitter.com/EdDriscoll
Stephen Kruiser is a professional stand-up comic, writer, blogger, social media consultant and the host of “Planet Kruiser” every week night on RFCRadio.com.
He also serves as the Director of Social Media for RFC. Stephen has been a political activist for over two decades and is now at the forefront of exploring the application of "new media" to politics.
He MC'd the July 4th Tea Party in his hometown of Tucson, AZ and has consistently been one of the Top Conservatives On Twitter since the list’s inception. He can also occasionally be seen on Fox News Channel and PJTV as a guest political commentator.
Jim Hoft is the proprietor of "Gateway Pundit" blog from Heart of America in St. Louis, Missouri. GatewayPundit has become a major resource for right-of-center news.
The site is currently ranked 12th in the Wikio listing of American political blogs and is the second most visited news website in St. Louis, Missouri.
The site is listed as one of the top 50 collective news resources at Memeorandum and was listed as one of the top 100 blogs in a Carnegie Mellon University study. Jim's work has been mentioned on Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Times, Investor’s Business Daily and several conservative websites.
He has a personal devotion to democracy and freedom and follows all freedom movements from inside Iran to the streets of Azerbaijan. His passion is truth. His devotion is to America.
On Twitter: http://twitter.com/gatewaypundit
On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/jim.hoft
Rachel Alexander is the editor of IntellectualConservative.com, which includes
IntellectualConservative.blogspot.com, ICArizona.blogspot.com, ICArizona.blogspot.com, and IntellectualConservative.ning.com.
She has written for many publications including The American Spectator, Townhall.com, Newsmax, Parcbench, and GOPUSA. She received Americans for Prosperity's RightOnline Activist of the Year award in August of 2009.
She is an attorney and the new media liason for her office. She is Director of the American Liberty Alliance in Arizona, a new media grassroots organization that grew out of the #dontgo movement. Rachel has appeared on numerous radio and TV shows, including The Montel Williams Show, as a political commentator.
Caleb Heimlich is the Director of Programs for the Policy Issues Institute and a new media professional. He joined the Policy Issues Institute in January, 2009.
He holds a Bachelors degree in Political Economics from Hillsdale College. Heimlich worked as a Policy Analyst at the Americans for Prosperity Foundation in Washington D.C. before running for State Representative in Washington’s 25th legislative district (unsuccessfully).
Facebook profile is http://www.facebook.com/calebheimlich
A web professional in SEO, Social Media and blog design, John Schulenburg founded the conservative blog Infidels Are Cool in early 2006. One of the original members of the "Top Conservatives on Twitter" movement, Infidels Are Cool has been one of the best sources for national security and anti-terror news both on Twitter and Facebook for the past two years.
Schulenburg's recent work includes the redesign of TammyBruce.com and serving as Executive Producer of the nationally syndicated Tammy Bruce Show heard nationwide six days a week. He's currently serving as Director of SEO and Social Media at Lifescript.com and is also an independent web consultant for internet marketing, SEO, social media and blog design.
Melissa Clouthier started blogging in 2005 to an audience of her mother and her mother's friend. She now has a Word Press blog called MelissaClouthier.com, blogs at Right Wing News and the Houston Chronicle, writes for Pajamas Media, and writes a column for the American Issues Project.
She Twitters under the name MelissaTweets and hosts her own podcast called Right Doctor. Melissa recently won the Sam Adam's Alliance award for her online activism on Twitter.
Melissa was the New York blogger host for the continuous, live, TV BBC coverage on election day 2008 and won Americans For Prosperity Right Online Al Gore Award for Internet Excellence. She can be found on Facebook, Linked In, and nearly everywhere online.
Morgen Richmond is the co-founder of a successful high-tech consulting business, and an enthusiastic, albeit part-time blogger. He began working with John Sexton at Verum Serum during the election campaign last year, and has been blogging regularly since April 2009.
His focus is primarily on politics where he strives to uncover original, newsworthy content that can impact the national discussion on key issues. His stories have now been covered in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and throughout the conservative blogosphere and talk radio.
He is married with 2 young children and lives in Orange County, CA. He has a B.S. degree in Economics from the University of Redlands.
John Sexton founded Verum Serum (Latin for Truth Serum) in 2005 and has been publishing there daily ever since. His interests include politics, faith and media bias. His work has been mentioned on talk radio and is regularly picked up by other bloggers.
This summer, one of his posts became the basis for a column by his favorite media watchdog, Brent Bozell. Along with co-blogger Morgen Richmond, John was featured in a cover story for the October issue of the Atlantic.
John is a freelance web designer, is married and has three great kids. He is a VA Tech alum and is currently finishing a Masters at Biola University in Science and Religion.