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Contributors and Guest Columnists

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Shona Darress

Shona (right) with author Trevor Loudon at the Tea Party Convention in Florida, November, 2011. [Used with permission/Shona Darress]A New Zealander by birth and American by choice, I am now in the fight of my life to save this country from the onslaught of Marxism, Communism and Islamism.  Married to an American living in Stuart, Florida for the past 33 years, I am the mother of 5 and grandmother of 7. I’m now raising two grandchildren.  I am a core member of the Martin912 Tea Party Committee, Committeewoman of the Martin County Republican Executive Committee, and precinct captain of my local precinct.  I am working locally on the political campaigns of Herman Cain for President and Col. Mike McCallister for the US Senate (so far).  There are a couple of other candidates I may be jump on board with at a later date, depending on redistricting.


Gene Retske, Contributing Editor/Books

Gene Retske is a veteran business journalist and author. Currently the editor in chief of The Prepaid Press, he has written for a wide range of publications, including Newsweek, Communications Week International, Tele.com and Phone+. He is a member of the National Press Club of Washington, DC and a Major in the South Carolina State Guard.

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Reviews by Gene Retske

Coulter's 'Demonic' is Divine! (6-21-2011)

The mystery behind 'Obama's Wars' (10-12-2010)


Jen Day-Thompson

Jen Day-Thompson is a victim advocate in Jacksonville, FL. She has a B.A. in Psychology and M.S. in Criminology from the University of North Florida. Jen has edited a textbook on women and crime, conducted research on family violence, and evaluated domestic violence programming in Jacksonville as part of her graduate program of study.

Jen has worked in the fields of social services and criminal justice for approximately five years and plans to obtain her Ph.D. in a related field. Jen enjoys cooking, writing, playing with her two dogs, being outdoors and attending seminars related to her field. She is passionate about advocating for children. They really do need a stronger voice.

Articles by Jen Day-Thompson, Contributing Editor

Realities of social work...  October 8, 2009

Bandit proves shelter dogs can be rehabilitated October 22, 2009


Kristiano Leme

Kristiano Leme earned an Associate Degree from Florida State College where he consistently made the Dean’s List. He is working on his B.A. at the University of North Florida, majoring in criminal justice with a minor in political science. He is exceptionally talented in marketing, advertising, graphics and photography. Leme is also a natural on the stage.

Photography/Content by Kristiano Leme

Image-Grasshopper for column 'Warning issued about new type of extremist...' [8-13-09]


Chris Carter, Associate Editor

Chris Carter is the Director of the Victory Institute and the Deputy Regional Director of the US Counterterrorism Advisory Team. His work appears at The US Report, International Analyst Network, Human Events, Canada Free Press, Family Security Matters, Deutsche Welle, NavySEALs.com, Blackfive and other websites and print publications. He also served on the 2010 National Medal of Honor Convention project. Carter is a veteran of the US Air Force and he currently works as a firefighter.

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Sampler of Other Articles by Chris Carter

FCC new Associate General Counsel appointment re-ignites Fairness Doctrine Concerns (Aug. 25, 2009)

The Fairness Doctrine's Trojan Horse (Jul. 29, 2009)

Obama address to children: 'inartfully worded plan' or information operation? (Sept. 7, 2009)

SPLC intel report casts wide net for ‘extremists’  (Sept. 27, 2009)

American Police Force Corp. drawing questions... (Sept. 30, 2009)

Paramilitary group involved in Montana prison deal... (Oct. 2, 2009)

Details of Ellison's Muslim pilgrimage... (Oct. 12, 2009)

ACORN could still get taxpayer funds (Oct. 28, 2009)

Would Gitmo transfer make Charleston a terrorist target? (Nov. 9, 2009)

Medal of Honor recipient Lewis Millett... (November 16, 2009)

 Medal of Honor recipient 'The Mighty Thor'... (Nov. 30, 2009)