The following are Senior Fellows here at TRS. Oh, and they contribute too.
Brandon Kiser is a conservative student in Kentucky. He is founder and editor of The Right Sphere – a hub of right-minded opinion and news. In addition, he is a columnist for the Daily Caller and can be found nearly 24/7 (tweeting more than the average human should) as none other than @Kiser. You can subscribe to his updates on Facebook using the button below.
RB has been battling Progressive “logic” online since 2002. A lifelong Conservative originally from New York City (Queens), he spent his formative years watching Jimmy Carter being the worst President in modern times and then Ronald Reagan being the greatest President in modern times. A firm believer in American Exceptionalism, Free Enterprise, and Limited Government (Madisonian, to be exact). Twitter: @RBPundit
Allen Ginzburg is a conservative writer and political commentator. He graduated from the University of Michigan Law School in 2011 and was admitted to the Michigan Bar. Allen has also written at Redstate.com and Red Alert Politics. Twitter: @AG_Conservative
Tom McCammon is the Right Sphere’s resident contrarian. He prides himself on being able to look at all sides of a topic and identify wedge issues. Tom is an economist by education and a banker by profession. He has lived in the DC area for the last 30 years. He has no pets. Twitter: @TomMcCammon
Tom Dougherty is a former investment banker (circa 1980’s) and an owner of several successful small businesses for the last 22 years. A devout capitalist and pragmatist when it comes to economic policy, government regulation, fiscal programs and foreign policy his political views tend to the moderate but the issues matter more than ideologies. You can expect anything from acerbic rants to provocative political commentary from Tom, and you can follow him on Twitter as @Tom1247
Thomas L Originally from Sweden, Thomas holds a M.A. in political science that he’s earned in the United States and currently teaches political science at an American university. With his European background, Thomas has first-hand experience with the European welfare state and takes a keen interest in preventing the United States from going down the same path. Thomas attempts to provide interesting news and analysis on Europe, as well as posts on American and international issues. Twitter: @ThomasRatPol
Jay Caruso resides in the Atlanta area with his wife and 2 teenage kids cheering for his beloved Yankees amidst the Braves fans. Originally from New York City (Queens) Jay grew up New Jersey not caring that much at all about politics until 1992 when he voted for Ross Perot. His conversion to conservatism was complete after the first two years of the Clinton presidency and studying the works of John Locke. A project manager in the corporate world for nearly 15 years, Jay now works with Mister Smith Media helping to create compelling videos for a variety of clients. Jay has been blogging since 2002. Twitter: @jaycaruso
Chase Lindley is the most right-wing student at the country’s oldest journalism school, where he’s a senior studying Strategic Communication. When he’s not studying or working, he enjoys hot wings, ice-cold energy drinks, and heavy metal. He grew up in a small Missouri town, but has retained his southern roots.
TJ Tunnington is a Christian conservative husband and father from NJ. He first realized that not only was he a political junkie but also a staunch conservative while he watched the McLaughlin Group with his grandparents when he was seven, and was constantly referring to Eleanor Clift as “that crazy lady.” Now studying for his MBA he hopes to get a job with a conservative think tank in the future. A strong believer in the beauty and power of the US Constitution, his favorite president is the oft overlooked father of that document James Madison. Besides writing for this site, he is a proud comic book and pop culture geek that host a weekly podcast about those subjects called The F BombCast. He tends to be a little vulgar sometimes, but is lovable all the time.