Todd C. Elliott is a former AM talk radio host and a freelance writer and journalist whose work has been featured in the Abbeville Meridian, American Press, theCrowley Post-Signal, the Daily Advertiser, the Eunice News,the Jambalaya News, Lagniappe Magazine, and the Public News. He lives in Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Douglas Valentine is a former private investigator and consultant and the author ofThe Hotel Tacloban, The Phoenix Program, The Strength of the Wolf, and TDY. He lives in Longmeadow, Massachusetts.
Dr. John Russell Hughes is director of clinical neurophysiology and a professor of neurology at the University of Illinois Medical Center in Chicago. He is the author of six books, including JFK and Sam: The Connection Between the Giancana and Kennedy Assassinations, and more than 500 scientific articles. He lives in Evanston, Illinois.
Nick Bryant’s writing has recurrently focused on the plight of disadvantaged children in the United States, and he’s been published in numerous national journals, including the Journal of Professional Ethics, Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, Journal of Social Distress and Homelessness, Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, and Journal of School Health.
Louis Michael Manzo is a former state assemblyman and the author of God’s Earth Also Cries. He lives in Belmar, New Jersey.
Peter Levenda has researched the material for this book over the course of 25 years, visiting more than 40 countries and gaining access to temples, prisons, military installations, and government documents. He is the author ofSinister Forces — The Nine and Unholy Alliance.He lives in Miami, Florida. Dick Russell is the author of Black Genius: And the American Experience, Eye of the Whale, and The Man Who Knew Too Much. He is a former staff writer at the Hollywood Bureau of TV Guide Magazineand a former staff reporter for Sports Illustrated. His articles have appeared in numerous publications, including Family Healthand The Village Voice. He lives in Los Angeles. 100 countries in my lifetime.
Daniel Marvin,was a retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army Special Forces and former Green Beret who served in the Korean and Vietnam wars. He passed away on January 19th, 2012.
Darrell Y. Hamamoto is a professor in the department of Asian American studies at the University of California–Davis. He is the author of Monitored Peril: Asian Americans and the Politics of TV Representation, Nervous Laughter: Television Situation Comedy and Liberal Democratic Ideology, and New American Destinies: A Reader in Contemporary Asian and Latino Immigration. His contributions to media studies, theory of sexuality, and sociocultural analysis are recognized widely both within the academic community and in the larger society. He lives in Sacramento, California.
Richard Trainor is the author of Sacramento: The Heart of California: A Contemporary Portrait. He has contributed to Elle, the Los Angeles Times, The Sacramento Bee, The Saturday Review, Sight & Sound, and The Vancouver Sun. He is a former capitol bureau correspondent for California magazine and a former managing editor of France Today magazine. He lives in Healdsburg, California.
Reminiscent of a detective novel, this political exposé explores the corruption of some of the richest and most powerful political figures in California.
S.K. Bain is the former art director of the Weekly Standard magazine, where he worked with William Kristol, Fred Barnes, David Brooks, Tucker Carlson and others for over five years. During part of that time, the Project for the New American Century shared offices with the publication, and next door was the Philanthropy Roundtable, where Bain also art directed for Philanthropy magazine. The Roundtable at that point was under the leadership of John P. Walters, who went on to become President George W. Bush’s Drug Czar.
In the mid-nineties, Bain was art director for the Oxford American magazine when it was published by John Grisham and located in Oxford, MS. In 2009, Bain helped author portions of U.S. Public Law 111-11.