Jonathan Gilliam began his career in service as a Police Officer just outside of Little Rock, Arkansas before he received his commission in the United States Navy at Officer Candidate School (OCS). He then attended Basic Underwater Demolition / SEAL (BUD/S) training and US Army RANGER School before being forward deployed as Officer in Charge (OIC) in Central and South America as a Navy SEAL Officer on Counter Drug/Narcotics missions.


In 2002, Gilliam stepped out of the Navy and into the federal government serving as an undercover Federal Air Marshal, Security Specialists Contractor for the US Department of Homeland Security, and a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in the New York Office on both criminal and counterterrorism squads. Gilliam conducted 1000s of hours on surveillance, served as co-case and case agent, led arrest teams and functioned as the Special Events Management Unit (SEMU) Coordinator, where he developed threat assessments on targets in the New York area and functioned as the on scene coordinator at high threat events and large-scale incidents.


Currently, Gilliam is the only analyst in today's media that possesses operational experience in military Special Forces combined with experience in multiple local and federal law enforcement agencies displaying a breadth and depth of knowledge in operations and leadership that is unmatched.


You may have seen him on most networks analyzing and debating or heard him on Sirius XM radio where he is a host filling in for Sean Hannity, Andrew Wilkow, and David Webb. He is an avid writer and host of his own Facebook Live show called The EXPERTS that you can watch nightly at 9pm EST on his Facebook page Jonathan T Gilliam.


Wherever you see or hear Jonathan T Gilliam, you can be sure of one thing, the truth has arrived!



Chris Cox, a 48-year-old artist from Mount Pleasant, South Carolina first came onto the national scene in October 2013 as a standout for his patriotism and passion for his country. In the summer of 2015, after having spent nearly two years lobbying on Capitol Hill on a voluntary basis, Cox found new inspiration and formed Bikers For Trump, an organization that quickly became recognized as a political phenomenon for identifying and recognizing a demographic that had not been previously tapped in a presidential campaign. Bikers For Trump was instrumental in helping to elect Donald Trump as president. Through Bikers For Trump, Cox has demonstrated unwavering support for President Trump and his administration by bringing positive attention to pro-Trump causes and people around the country, including aiding Republican congressional members who are seeking election.

Through his political activism and humanitarian efforts – in the past, Cox made five separate trips to Israel to create bomb shelters -- Cox continues to proudly speak up for American values and liberties.




Self-Evident is an educational ministry that presents the founders Biblical view of law and government. Massey is a Conservative American of Hispanic descent. He travels across this country speaking to Conservative Patriot Groups, Churches, High Schools, Colleges, Community events and much more. He has a very powerful and engaging message regarding the Christian Constitutional foundation and Biblical heritage of this great nation, how that foundation is still intended to guide this country, and how we can reach this upcoming generation with Constitutional conservative values. Massey’s message will not only give Americans the knowledge to articulate the purpose of civil government, but also empower them to exercise their constitutional rights. Massey has been seen on AP, NBC, Yahoo News, The Weekly Standard, and The Blaze.



Karen is a Christian school teacher, a worker with the Cerebral Palsy Foundation, and mother of 5 sons and 1 young daughter. Karen has worked on several political campaigns, having her own run for State Representative in 2014. She was a Chapter President with the Massachusetts Republican Assembly; but since 2015, Karen has been President of the Massachusetts Faith and Freedom Coalition Affiliate. She motivates others through education to make choices that will preserve our freedoms. Helping others to understand Christian stewardship, and providing for them the tools necessary will bolster those who cherish freedom to be more effective citizens. In keeping faith based people informed of current political activity, those with a moral compass can stand up against practices or votes which seek to take away our God given rights and freedoms. Karen is encouraging children as well as adults to be informed and take a stand for righteousness.


"Someone Kare-n for you".

​Officer Dominick Izzo is a 16 year veteran police officer, public servant and Warrior for Christ. His passion is community and modeling the oath he swore when taking on the responsibility of wearing the badge. Izzo believes his greatest service is to God and in serving his community he is living the calling that he was made for. Having received numerous honors and awards while serving as a police officer in his community, it’s Officer Dominick Izzo’s goal to bridge the gap between the police and the public through education, empowerment and respect.



Wife of Massey Campos and Co-Founder of Self-Evident Ministry. Cari has worked in the non-profit sector for over 15 years, and has extensive knowledge in social media promotion, events coordina- tion and public relations. For much of her adult life, she has played a “behind the scenes” role in these ministries, but recently was led to share her heart and message on the power of prayer, how prayer and seeking the aid of Heaven played a vital role at the founda- tion of America, and how God’s miraculous power is available to all of us through prayer. Cari grew up in Minnesota and comes from a multicultural family, as her brother, Jason, was adopted from Korea, and her sister, Chrissy, was adopted from India. Her heart is to see the divides among the American people brought to closure!



Terry Sharpe joined the Marine Corps in 1968 at the age of seventeen. After completing Boot and Combat Infantry training at Parris Island and Camp Lejeune, he was assigned to Camp Geiger teaching squad tactics until December 1968. In January 1969 he went for survival training at Camp Pendleton, then on to Okinawa, Japan for 2 weeks of hand-to-hand combat training before being sent to Vietnam. Terry served 13 months in Vietnam and was discharged in 1970 with the rank of Lance Corporal.

His adventures as the Walking Marine began in September 2014, when he heard the news about Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi being jailed in Mexico. On September 6, 2014 he started walking to Washington DC. He had no plan, just a flag, a backpack, and a desire to bring attention to Andrew’s plight. Terry was almost to Danville when he met Allen Brown, who asked what he was doing. When Terry explained it, Allen asked if he could join him. It was on this walk that Terry and Allen learned they had both served in the same Battalion in Vietnam and shared many of the same experiences. At 63 years old that trip of 300 miles in September 2014 was a challenge for both of them. They arrived in Washington DC on September 30. Our government and the media continued to ignore the issue, so on October 6, 2014, Terry and Allen again walked the 300 miles, arriving in DC on October 25. Their efforts helped draw media attention to the cause and on October 28, 2014, Sgt. Tahmooressi was released from prison in Mexico. In 2015, Terry again found himself frustrated by fellow Marine Veterans being held unfairly in foreign lands, and on June 1, 2015, Terry once again decided to walk to the White House to demand support for Amir Hekmati, Saeed Abedini, Jason Rezaian and Robert Levinson who were being held in Iranian prisons. Terry completed his walk on June 20, 2015 and three of the captives (Hekmati, Abendini and Rezaian) were released in January 2016. As Vietnam Veterans who suffer their own problems with PTSD, it was no surprise when Terry and Allen became involved with the horrific issue of the 22+ Veterans who take their lives every day. On June 1, 2016, Terry set out for DC once again, this time to raise awareness of the problems our Vets face. On the 25th of June he spoke at a rally sponsored by the Defenders of Liberty MC in DC, and he has been tirelessly raising public awareness ever since, walking, doing interviews, speaking and standing on street corners with his ever growing group of supporters. He will be leaving on his 5th walk to DC on May 4, 2017, once again for our beloved Veterans.


Follow Terry on his Facebook page, The Walking Marine.


Dave Bray is a dedicated husband, father, and musician. He grew up in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania, where he currently lives with his wife and 2 boys. Dave proudly served in the U.S. Navy as an 8404 FMF Corpsman for the 2nd Battalion/2nd Marines, (STA PLT), stationed out of Camp Lejeune, NC. Dave has entertained people all over the world and has dedicated his musical career to supporting U.S. Veterans, Active Duty Military and First Responders. Dave considers his music a continuation of his service. His love of God and Country are evident in his original songs and patriotic renditions. His shows are highly adaptable to any venue and his music ranges from "Story-teller Country" to "Anthem Rock". Dave is best known for his ability to ignite any audience with his powerful versions of the National Anthem and God Bless America. Dave has performed on Fox and Friends, ESPN, The Blaze,The Golf Channel, and several local television and radio stations across the USA. You can find Dave on stage at rodeos, boxing matches, motorcycle rides, fairs, charity, corporate and private events. "Do we have any God-Fearing, Freedom-Loving, Flag Waving PATRIOTS OUT THERE????"-DB


Check out some videos here! Music available on iTunes.






Rep. Clay Higgins

Captain Clay Higgins is a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives representing Louisiana's Third Congressional District.


Raised on a horse ranch near Covington, LA, Clay Higgins’ south Louisiana roots run deep. After graduating from Covington High School, he attended LSU and then went on to serve in the United States Army/Louisiana National Guard as a Military Police Officer, and he attained the rank of E-6, Staff Sergeant.


Higgins had many successful years in business, but returned to uniform service as a street cop in 2004. He worked patrol, primarily night shift, and he was a well-known SWAT operator. Prior to joining Congress in 2017, Higgins is best known for his Crimestopper videos for the St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office. The program was one of the most successful in the history of law enforcement. Most of the featured crimes were solved and what was most significant was that many of the suspects responded to “Uncle Clay's” message of redemption and turned themselves in. Captain Higgins continues to actively serve the Thin Blue Line retaining his POST State Certification as a Deputy Marshal in Lafayette, LA.


As a veteran and highly decorated law enforcement officer, Congressman Higgins continues to protect and serve in the nation's capital. He is a member of the House Committee Science and Space Technology, House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, and House Committee on Homeland Security. A committed Constitutionalist, Congressman Higgins believes in restoring the federal government envisioned by our Founding Fathers. Higgins believes in smaller government, less bureaucracy, free markets, a strong national defense and securing America’s sovereign borders. From Morgan City to the Texas line, Higgins has sworn a sacred oath to protect and serve the people of Louisiana’s Third Congressional District.

Scott Gager

Scott Gager is a voice impersonator, and singer/entertainer. He was born in a small town in Southern New Jersey where he resides with his wife, Debbie. They have four children, one of whom is an Army Combat Vet.

During the 2012 election, Scott looked at the map of our nation and was saddened by how divided it was by Red and Blue States. He started to write a song that night and he and his wife finished it just as their son, a soldier stationed with the 10th Mountain Division, was deploying to Afghanistan. The song is called Red and Blue and was produced in a local studio in NJ by Paul Street. Red and Blue has been played on the radio and is available on iTunes.

Scott discovered he could sing five years ago. Someone recorded him singing a James Taylor song and when he heard it back he was shocked. He began to work on his vocals and soon learned he had the ability to impersonate virtually anyone, in all genres of music. In March of 2012, Scott began performing weekly at a local bar; and from August - October of that same year, Scott was the featured singer at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City.

Scott can impersonate over 100 voices. He has performed in Nashville, TN; Branson, MO; Atlantic City, NJ; and locally throughout the Philadelphia/South Jersey area.

You can follow Scott on Facebook or check him out on YouTube.


Sherrif Mack

Sheriff Mack is best known for challenging the Brady Bill, a gun control scheme requiring local law enforcement to perform background checks on prospective gun purchasers. He maintained that the Federal Government had no authority to command local officials, and became the first sheriff in American history to sue the Federal Government (under the Clinton administration) and win at the US Supreme Court. The case was based on the Tenth Amendment, states rights and local sovereignty.

Mack is the son of an FBI agent and began his own law enforcement career as a street cop in Provo, Utah. After graduating from BYU in 1978, Mack became an officer with Provo P. D. He was soon promoted to corporal, sergeant, and detective. He spent one year as an undercover narcotics agent.

In 1988, Mack moved home to Arizona where he ran for sheriff. He was elected Graham County Sheriff and served as such for eight years. It was during this time – in 1994 – that federal agents informed all sheriffs that they would be required to work for the Federal Government under the mandate of the Brady Bill, and Mack's court case began. Since that landmark ruling Mack has written seven books and appeared at over 120 Tea Party rallies nationwide. He has stood against the incursions of the Federal Government and has fought for civil rights from Hawaii to Bangor, Maine.

He is the Founder and President of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA).

Jeanette Finicum

Jeanette Finicum is the wife of the late LaVoy Finicum, a cowboy who lived his life for God, his family and liberty.


Since his assassination in Jan of 2016, Jaenette has shared his story and furthered the awareness of defending our God given liberties by speaking thorughout our nation and calling on government agencies to step back into their jurisdiction and under the parameters set out in our constitiution.


She continues LaVoy's legacy working in their small cattle ranch; and in standing up to out of control government agents who disregard life, liberty and the protection of personal propery rights.

Challice Finicum

As the daughter of an American Hero, Lavoy Finicum, I have made

it my personal responsibility to continue what my dad stood for. I refuse to let them silence him and continue to be a voice for him. Freedom is worth more than your life, which is something he taught.


I am a mother of 4 little children and wife to an incredible man who supports me in my mission to carry on this work. I hope I can share who my dad was, what freedom truly is, and what responsible government looks like.

Paul Robert

Paul Robert is a former Marine and retired fire fighter.


He has been a student of Islam since the 2000 USS Cole attack, and frequently speaks out about "creeping Sharia" as interpreted by Islamic scholar, Shayhk Yusuf-al-Qaradawi.


Stewart Rhodes

Stewart is the founder and National President of Oath Keepers. He served as a U.S. Army paratrooper until disabled in a rough terrain parachuting accident during a night jump. He is a former firearms instructor, former member of Rep. Ron Paul’s DC staff, and served as a volunteer firefighter in Montana. Stewart previously wrote the monthly Enemy at the Gates column for S.W.A.T. Magazine. Stewart graduated from Yale Law School in 2004, where his paper “Solving the Puzzle of Enemy Combatant Status” won Yale’s Miller prize for best paper on the Bill of Rights. He assisted teaching U.S. military history at Yale, was a Yale Research Scholar, and is writing a book on the dangers of applying the laws of war to the American people.