Jonathan Karl is an American political journalist.
Serena Mary Cowdy is a blogger, former actress, and a freelance political journalist. She has written for The House, the in-house magazine of the British houses of Parliament, The Huffington Post, and PoliticsHome, among other publications. She has a special interest in nationalism in politics due to her family connections in Ireland.
John F. Harris is an American political journalist and the editor-in-chief of Politico, an Arlington, Virginia-based political news organization. With former Politico executive editor, Jim VandeHei, Harris founded Politico for its launch on January 23, 2007. Harris is the author of a book on Bill Clinton called The Survivor, and the co-author with Mark Halperin of The Way to Win: Clinton, Bush, Rove and How to Take the White House in 2008.
Charles R. Gerow, is a prominent American strategic communications professional. Called "Harrisburg's most politically well-connected conservative" by Harrisburg Magazine, Gerow is the CEO of Quantum Communications, a Harrisburg-based public relations and public affairs firm.
Charles C. W. Cooke is the editor of NationalReview.com, formerly known as National Review Online. He took the role over after Rich Lowry stepped down in June 2016. Cooke is the author of The Conservatarian Manifesto and a frequent guest on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher. In addition to National Review, he has written for the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times. Along with Kevin D. Williamson, he hosts the popular Mad Dogs and Englishmen podcast. Cooke has been described by The Atlantic as "perhaps the most confident defender of conservatism younger than George Will" and "a principled conservative who is allergic to anything resembling groupthink."
Carrie Sheffield is a writer and political analyst based in New York City. Founder of the new media startup Bold, Sheffield is a former editorial writer for The Washington Times, a reporter for Politico, and The Hill. In 2009, Sheffield won funding from Harvard University to serve as a correspondent for The Jerusalem Post in Israel.
Brian Taylor is the political editor for BBC Scotland. Taylor – who joined the BBC in 1985 – originally co-presented Left, Right and Centre and was political correspondent prior to his current role. Taylor has covered politics on television since the United Kingdom general election, 1979.