William J. Bennett is one of America's most important, influential and respected voices on cultural, political, and education issues. A native of Brooklyn, New York, Bill Bennett studied philosophy at Williams College (B.A.) and the University of Texas (Ph.D.) and earned a law degree from Harvard. He is the Washington Fellow of the Claremont Institute, & a CNN Contributor. He is also the chairman of Americans for Victory over Terrorism, a project dedicated to sustaining and strengthening public opinion as the war on terrorism moves forward.
Michael Medved is a nationally syndicated radio host, best-selling author, and veteran film critic. His daily three-hour broadcast reaches over 3.5 million listeners on more than 200 stations across the country - drawing an audience that consistently ranks his show as one of the top ten political talk shows in the United States.
Born in Philadelphia, educated in public schools in San Diego and Los Angeles, Michael attended Yale as a National Merit Scholar, graduating with honors as an American History Major. He then attended Yale Law School (where his classmates included Bill and Hillary Clinton) before going to work as a political speechwriter and consultant for a variety of liberal candidates and office-holders.
Michael's first book "WHAT REALLY HAPPENED TO THE CLASS OF '65?" provided one of the first skeptical reconsiderations of the 1960's counterculture, and became the basis for a weekly TV series on NBC.
Dennis Prager is a native of New York City. He is a noted columnist, author, ethicist, and public speaker. He's noted for his conservative political views, and for his study of the consequences of secularism in the 20th century. Prager started his radio career in 1982 as moderator of "Religion on the Line," a Sunday night program on KABC-AM, Los Angeles. The program featured discussions between representatives of various religions, typically including a priest, a Protestant minister and a Jewish Rabbi. He continued to broadcast on KABC for several years on "The Dennis Prager Show." He recently celebrated his 25th year in radio broadcasting.
Prager has declared that the U.S. is engaged in a "second civil war," a "culture war" over the fundamental moral values on which American society was built.
Rusty Humphries has been in the radio and music business for over 25 years. The nationally syndicated talk-personality is heard through The Talk Radio Network and is featured on over 250 radio stations nationwide and growing. He's also one of the only hosts heard on both XM and Siruis Radio.
Rusty has had quite a successful and colorful career. He's been a contestant on The Wheel of Fortune, a tour guide at Universal Studios in Hollywood and was even a candidate for U.S. Senate. He has done numerous charitable activities such as working with US Troops in Iraq, by sending school children needed school supplies. He's sent US Troops DVDs for their enjoyment. Taken a local cancer cluster of 16 children and their families to Disneyland, he was also responsible for bringing The Moving Vietnam Wall to his community, helped the State of Nevada raise 1.5 million dollars for the WWII Memorial in Washington DC and as been involved in countless other charitable projects.