Jeff Tweedy is an American songwriter, musician and leader of the band Wilco. He is the recipient of 2 Grammy Awards.
David Crosby has twice been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the first as a founding member The Byrds, and the second as a member Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young.
Candy Crowley, CNN’s Chief Political Correspondent, specializes in U.S. Presidential, Gubernatorial, and Senate elections.
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Rick Santorum is the former United States Senator from Pennsylvania. He was the chairman of the Senate Republican Conference, making him the third-ranking Senate Republican from 2001 to 2007. Senator Santorum is currently seeking the Republican nomination to run for President in 2012.
Steve King is the U.S. Representive for Iowa’s 5th congressional district, serving since 2003. He is a member of the Republican Party. King is considered an outspoken fiscal and social conservative. After winning the 2002 Republican nomination, he said that he intended to use his seat in Congress to “move the political center of gravity in Congress to the right.”
Executive director of the documentary, The Ground Truth.
United States Congressman Dave Loebsack is the Representative for Iowa’s 2nd Congressional district. He serves on the Committee for Armed Services and the Committee for Education and Labor. He was elected to his current post in 2007.
Ari Berman is a contributing writer for The Nation magazine and an Investigative Journalism Fellow at The Nation Institute. He has written extensively about American politics, foreign policy and the intersection of money and politics.
Michael Cuddehe is the managing member of Seven Trust Global Advisors and the author of Chronicle of Catastrophe, A Contemporaneous History of the Bush Years.
Richard L. Strauss served as the nation’s first-ever White House Radio Director, serving for three years during the first term of the Clinton Administration.