Wells King

Wells King is the research director at American Compass. His writing has appeared in National ReviewAmerican AffairsThe American Conservative, and First Things among other publications.

Christina Pushaw

Christina Pushaw is the press secretary of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. She has written for Human Events, National Interest, New Europe, The Economic Standard, Georgian Journal and American Media Institute.

Daniel Strand

Daniel Strand is a professor at the Air War College in Alabama and is a contributing editor at Providence. Previously, he was a postdoctoral fellow at Arizona State University in the History Department and the Program in Political History and Leadership. He is the author of the forthcoming Gods of the Nations (Cambridge University Press), which is a historical study of Augustine’s political theology in The City of God.

Raphael BenLevi

Raphael BenLevi is director of the Churchill Program for Strategy, Statesmanship and National Security at the Argaman Institute of Tikvah Fund Israel. He is also a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Haifa and lectures at the IDF Military Command Academy. He has been a visiting researcher at Georgetown University, a fellow at the INSS and at the Kohelet Policy Forum in Jerusalem. His research explores the influence of worldviews on strategic thinking in Israel and in the United States and has been published in the academic journals the Texas National Security Review and Comparative Strategy as well as by Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic StudiesJerusalem Post, White Rose Magazine and the Tikvah Fund’s Hebrew-language journal, Hashiloach.

David Brog

David Brog is the President of the Edmund Burke Foundation and the Executive Director of the Maccabee Task Force. Previously, he served as the Executive Director of Christians United for Israel. Mr. Brog is the author of, among other books, Reclaiming Israel’s History: Roots, Rights, and the Struggle for Peace (Gateway Editions, 2017).

Libby Emmons

Libby Emmons is the senior editor of the Post Millennial. Her writings have appeared in The Federalist and Quillette.

Sean Davis

Sean Davis is CEO and co-founder of The Federalist. He previously worked as an economic policy adviser to Gov. Rick Perry, as CFO of the Daily Caller, and as chief investigator for Sen. Tom Coburn.

Paul du Quenoy

Paul du Quenoy is President of the Palm Beach Freedom Institute and President and Publisher of Academica Press. He is the author of Cancel Culture: Tales from the Front Lines (Academica Press, 2021) and four other books. His writing has appeared in the New York Times, New York Post, Newsweek, Spectator, New Criterion, Washington Examiner, European Conservative, American Conservative, Los Angeles Review of Books, City Journal, Tablet, Musical America, and other publications. Twice a Fulbright Scholar, he holds a Ph.D. in History from Georgetown University and has taught at Georgetown, George Washington University, the American University in Cairo, and the American University of Beirut.

Ryan Williams

Ryan Williams is the President of the Claremont Institute and publisher of the Claremont Review of Books.  He has taught American politics and political philosophy as an adjunct professor at California State University, San Bernardino and Cal Poly Pomona.

Byron Smith

Byron W. Smith is Managing Director at Mountain Group Partners, a venture capital firm focused on early-stage investing in the areas of Human Health, AgTech, and B2B Tech. Before MGP, Byron has taught entrepreneurship at Vanderbilt’s Owen School of Management as an adjunct faculty member.