Profiles in Liberty: Nansen Malin

On Twitter, Nansen Malin is the most followed non-celebrity in the world – her following @nansen is just over 440 thousand people. Which probably makes her a celebrity in her

Profiles in Liberty: Caitlyn Korb

In college, most students are limited in their understanding of the jobs that are available to them when they enter the workforce. Doctor, teacher, banker and the like are the

Profiles in Liberty: Katherine Mangu-Ward

Katherine Mangu-Ward is managing editor of Reason Magazine and After brushes with old-style journalism and a behemoth paper of record, Katherine says that the journalism industry is changing. Katherine’s

Profiles in Liberty: Robert Bluey

Heading the investigative journalism team at the Heritage Foundation, Robert Bluey is on the leading-edge of the growth of research organizations into news-making. “There are things we bring to the

Profiles in Liberty: Jimmy LaSalvia

Jimmy LaSalvia enjoys being one of the most successful provocateurs of the greater Tea Party movement. He is the executive director and co-founder of GOProud, a grassroots organization that represents

Profiles in Liberty: Lee Doren

By day, Lee Doren works at CRAFT Media and Digital, a full-service media agency located in Washington, DC. By night, and by weekends, Lee is the instigator behind the popular

Profiles in Liberty: Jonah Goldberg

 Jonah Goldberg is one of the most prolific and unique authors of the modern conservative movement. His nationally syndicated column appears regularly in newspapers across the United States. He is

Profiles in Liberty: Erik Telford

Conventional wisdom used to be that the political left had control over the online sphere. This sentiment reached its zenith after President Obama’s new media focused election campaign in 2008.