A New Generation of Conservative Thought

Our Talented Team

 

Washington Monument with American flagJeffrey T. Kuhner, President

 

Jeffrey T. Kuhner is host of The Kuhner Report on WRKO and a columnist at The Washington Times. His column appears on Friday in the paper's Opinion section. Mr. Kuhner is also an historian and editor. He was editor-in-chief of Insight On the News, an investigative political magazine and sister publication of The Washington Times (2005-2008). He was assistant national editor at The Times (2000-2003). He taught modern American history at McGill University (1998-2000). He has written articles for National Review Online, Human Events, The New York Sun, Investor’s Business Daily, The National Post and the New Oxford Review. He has appeared on numerous television programs, such as The O'Reilly Factor and Countdown with Keith Olbermann. He is known for his outstanding oratory. He appears regularly on the following radio programs: The Savage Nation, The Rusty Humphries Show, The Drew Mariani Show, EWTN Radio, Wake up Monterey with Mark Carbonaro and The Steve Malzberg Show.

 

Dr. Grace Vuoto, Founder

Dr. Grace Vuoto is the editor of politics and culture at WorldTribune.com andDr. Grace Vuoto the host of American Heartland with Dr. Grace on WTSB. She founded the Edmund Burke Institute, was the executive director from June, 2005 to June, 2013 and the editor of its flagship publication, Reflections. Dr. Vuoto is a professor, scholar, editor and columnist.She was the executive producer of the daily radio talk show, The Kuhner Show on WTNT 530 am in Washington D.C. (2010). She wrote a weekly column for The Washington Times, "On Base with Grace," and was editor of Base News, a project of The Washington Times for the military community (2009). She was an editorial writer at The Washington Times (2008). She was Assistant Professor of Modern British and European History at Howard University in Washington, D.C. (2002-2006). She specializes in intellectual, diplomatic and imperial history. She taught at Virginia Commonwealth University (2001-2002) and McGill University (1996-2000). Dr. Vuoto has contributed articles and/or book reviews to Reflections, The Washington Times, Insight on the News, Human Events, The Ripon Forum, World and I and The Journal of Canadian History. Her articles have been featured on The Drudge Report, ABC News, Real Clear Politics, Real Clear World, USA Today, Yahoo, World Tribune, Freepressers and RightBias among countless other Web sites. She is a regular guest on The Savage Nation, The Rusty Humphries Show, The Steve Malzberg Show, The Drew Mariani Show and Wake Up Monterey with Mark Carbonaro,among many other programs. She is the Washington D.C. Correspondent for Freedom Fridays with Carl Gallups (on air every week at 6:00 p.m. Eastern).

 

Loredana Vuoto, Communications Director

 

Loredana Vuoto is a speechwriter, editor and columnist. She specializes in communications as well as in cultural and family issues: she obtained a Master's Degree in Communications at Concordia University and a Master's Degree in Theology at the renowned John Paul II Institute in Washington, D.C. Ms. Vuoto has worked extensively on Capitol Hill. She was a speechwriter for Assistant Secretary Wade Horn at the Administration for Children and Families at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (2004-2006). She was assistant national editor and an editorial writer at The Washington Times (2003-2004). She was a coalitions assistant conducting voter outreach among minorities and a speechwriter for Senator Rick Santorum (2001-2003). Her numerous articles and reviews have appeared in publications such as The Washington Times, The Weekly Standard, National Review, Crisis and Human Events. She has also appeared on The Savage Nation and The Kuhner Show .

 

 

Reid Bushell, Research Assistant

 

Reid Bushell is currently working towards a Bachelor of Science in biochemistry with honours research in cancer immunology at the University of Victoria. In addition to his studies, he is employed as an administrator and custodian at the Salvation Army, where he assists in the management of the Army's facility rental service. In his spare time, Reid volunteers at CFUV, the campus radio station, for outreach projects and is regularly involved in local theater productions as part of the production team. Reid has written on numerous topics including politics, health and science for local and campus publications such as The Nexus and the Reynolds Review.

 

Robyn Wethington, Youth Outreach Coordinator

 

Robyn Wethington is a contributor to Reflections Magazine, specializing in religion and culture. She is currently pursuing a degree in Strategic Communications and a minor in Political Science at the University of Missouri's School of Journalism. At the University, Robyn teaches design and visual communications labs and works as a copywriter for MBS Textbook Exchange. Robyn is proficient in graphic design. In the summer of 2010, she created the logo and web design for "Sharing our World," a joint project with Global Issues Leadership Development (GILD) and the Peace Corps Fellows in Columbia, Missouri. Robyn also worked for the Opt Fair Campaign, which sought to promote fair trade and sustainable business practices, a project with the local Human Trafficking Coalition.

 

Amanda Baker, Youth Outreach Coordinator

 

Amanda Baker is a copy editor and page designer for the Media General News Service in Lynchburg, Va. She graduated from Liberty University in 2009 with a degree in print journalism and graphic design. She was an editorial assistant to Dr. Grace Vuoto for Base News at The Washington Times (2009) and editor-in-chief for the Liberty Champion (20-2009). 08Ms. Baker has written numerous articles and columns for Boundless Webzine, Base News, the Liberty Champion, Reflections and Duality Games.