LET’S TALK AMERICA
Doctor Alan Keyes joined the US State Department as a Foreign Service Officer a year before he graduated from Harvard with a doctoral degree in government studies in 1979. Eventually, he became an Ambassador to the UN Economic and Social Council under President Ronald Reagan. Desiring the preservation of America’s foundation and the abolition of abortion, Alan ran for President of the United States in 1996, 2000, and 2008. Alan’s knowledge and perspective are needed now more than ever as establishment politicians continue to protect the abortion industry, while progressives continue a deliberate campaign to rewrite the history of the origins of our country and pervert the intent of the founding fathers. Alan hosted The Alan Keyes Show: America’s Wake-Up Call from 1994 to 1998 on WCBM. In 2002, he hosted Alan Keyes Is Making Sense on MSNBC. Alan has been a regular columnist for WND since 1998, and he now hosts Let’s Talk America with Alan Keyes on IAMtv.
OPERATION SAVE AMERICA
Reverend Rusty Thomas is the National Director of Operation Save America/Operation Rescue. He is a nationally recognized public speaker, author, and radio guest, and founder of Elijah Ministries and the Kingdom Leadership Institute. His writing has appeared in publications around the world, including Vanity Fair, the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and WND. Rusty’s message is desperately needed in our time: “There are no cheap political solutions to the holocaust presently ravaging our nation. Like slavery before it, abortion is preeminently a Gospel issue. The Cross of Christ is the only solution.” Rusty and his wife Kendra have homeschooled thirteen children at the Thomas Nation’s University of Righteousness.
Pastor Dan Fisher is renowned among patriots across the nation for “Bringing Back the Black Robed Regiment,” a dramatization of the Patriot Pastors who preached the principle of liberty from their pulpits, and then led the men of their congregations on the battlefields of the American War of Independence. Dan’s prayer is that the American church will regain the spirit of the original “Black Regiment” and actively engage in the political defense of justice, liberty, and truth. Dan believes that Christians must not compartmentalize their lives into the secular and the sacred. Rather, they are to be salt and light in every area – including government. Practicing what he preached, Dan served in the Oklahoma House of Representatives for four years. In 2017, frustrated with liberal Republican leadership, Dan launched a campaign for governor. Campaigning as an abolitionist, he pledged to use executive authority to stop the bloodshed of abortion. His candidacy dramatically changed the way voters in Oklahoma view abortion and exposed the hypocrisy of many “pro-life” politicians.
Stephanie West is a long-time grassroots political activist, serving for many years as a Vice President of the Oklahoma Conservative PAC. Stephanie is a regular citizen-lobbyist at the Oklahoma Capitol, fighting for legislation that promotes free markets, parental rights, and Judeo-Christian values. She invites local politicians to her regular prayer meetings and Bible studies. Stephanie was also an early trailblazer in the homeschool movement, and her daughter, Emoly West, was crowned Miss Oklahoma 2010 and went on to place fourth runner-up in the Miss America Pageant. Stephanie’s personal testimony bears witness to the pain and guilt that are inseparable from the sin of abortion. Now, having received forgiveness and healing, Stephanie is a staunch advocate for equal justice under the law. Understanding that the law is a teacher, she urgently calls for the complete criminalization of abortion.
FOUNDATION FOR MORAL LAW
John Eidsmoe is a retired Air Force Judge Advocate Lt. Colonel and is a Chaplain/Colonel with the Mississippi State Guard. He currently serves as Senior Counsel and Resident Scholar for the Foundation for Moral Law. He has defended home schools, Christian schools, the right of students to study the Bible in public schools, and the right to display the Ten Commandments in the public arena. John served as Senior Staff Attorney with the Alabama Supreme Court, and he holds seven academic degrees in law, theology, history, and political science, including a Master of Divinity from Lutheran Brethren Seminary and a Doctor of Sacred History from Emmanuel College of Christian Studies and is an ordained pastor with the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations. He has authored sixteen books, including Historical & Theological Foundations of Law, which received the 2019 Independent Publisher Silver Medal, Christianity & the Constitution, and God & Caesar. John has served as Professor of Constitutional Law for the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law and the O.W. Coburn School of Law, receiving the Outstanding Professor Award or Professor of the Year Award five times. He currently serves as Professor of Law for the Oak Brook College of Law & Government Policy, Adjunct Professor of Law for the Handong International Law School in South Korea, and Adjunct Professor of Christian Apologetics for the Institute of Lutheran Theology. He and his wife Marlene have been married since 1970, live in rural Pike Road, Alabama, and have three children and three grandchildren.