Editorial Staff

Adam B. Coleman is the Author of “Black Victim To Black Victor“, Op-Ed Writer, Public Speaker, and the Founder of Wrong Speak Publishing. 

Adam is a columnist for Human Events, a frequent contributor for The New York Post, and has articles published in NewsweekThe FederalistThe Epoch TimesDaily MailThe Post MillennialUnherd, The Publica, ScoonTVFree Black ThoughtLife News HQ & Human Defense Initiative.

He has also appeared on FOX News, Talk TV, Fox Business, Newsmax, The Hill’s “Rising”, Sky News Australia, OAN, The First TV, and numerous podcasts.

You can also read his thought-provoking articles on Substack: adambcoleman.substack.com

Lisabeth Dayan

Book Editor

After earning a double major in Broadcast Journalism and Spanish from Marquette University and studying abroad in Mexico and Spain at the esteemed Complutense University, it wasn’t long before Lisabeth moved to Los Angeles to intern for travel journalist Peter Greenberg. 

Lisabeth began her casting career filming in Kauai, as the cast coordinator for the Discovery Kids television show Endurance. She continued as a Casting Associate for many prime-time television shows such as The Biggest Loser and Extreme Home Makeover, among others.

After returning to the Midwest, Lisabeth was a Producer for a multi-media production company, handling many different types of projects including broadcast, video, motion graphics, and business theatre. She then started working in editorial for a marketing firm. Here, she published four issues of a travel magazine as an editor and writer. 

She continues to proofread, edit, develop content, and get hung up on words. The Luminescence Manual is her first novel.

Rebecca Velo

Opinion Editor

Rebecca Velo is a commonsense conservative and a mother of 4 small children. She has an academic background in political science and mental health counseling, with degrees from the University of Arizona and the University of Phoenix. 

Haley Kennington

News Editor

Haley Kennington is an investigative journalist, freelance writer, and reporter, as well as a contributor to dozens of conservative news sites, blogs, and independent media outlets. In addition, she’s been employed as copy editor for several online publications & works one-on-one with authors to research, edit, transcribe & ghostwrite. 

Haley served as Research Director & Story Editor for 2020’s #1 documentary on Amazon, “The Plot Against the President.” She then went on to work on the Daily Wire’s 1st independent full-length film, “What Is A Woman,” where she served as Research Director & Archival Editor.

Audra Facinelli

Contributing Editor

Audra Facinelli is a proud advocate for Women’s and Children’s rights. She is an editor at Wrong Speak Publishing, as well as a writer. She writes about a variety of topics including science, pop culture, politics, philosophy, and cultural issues.


Josh Cohen


Josh Cohen is a freelance writer, journalist, and Conservative political commentator living in Minnesota. He hosts a blog where he provides insight into a wide array of social and political topics as well as a podcast where he invites thought leaders from all realms of the political and cultural sphere for long-form discussions. He has written for Laura Loomer, Townhall, and many other outlets.

Christy Kelly


Christy Kelly is a highly accomplished Mediator, holding a JD and an LL.M in Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine Law School. With an exceptional talent for navigating challenging conversations, fostering consensus, and achieving positive outcomes, she has established herself as a respected figure in the field. Over the course of 18 years, Christy has garnered a stellar reputation as a mediator and arbitrator, specializing in areas such as education, family law, civil disputes, and community issues.


Christy’s written work frequently explores the promotion of healthy families, social justice issues, fathers’ rights, individual liberty, and constitutionally protected rights. Her mission is centered around fostering civil interactions, facilitating meaningful dialogues, and actively contributing to the assembly of humanity, one piece at a time.


Dr. Joel Brown FRSA is a qualified General Practitioner with a decade of experience as a physician. He was born in Jamaica but now resides in the UK with his wife and 2 daughters. He writes about his perspective on culture, politics, faith, and the values of democracy.
Joel is also a self-taught pianist, guitarist, and lifelong singer-songwriter who uses his passion for the arts and creativity to inspire hope, joy, and liberation in anyone who will listen. 

Farahn Morgan


Farahn Morgan is a digital creator and writer living in Southwest Virginia and Eastern Kentucky. She spent 8 years in Washington, DC working in publicity and crisis communications before returning home to the Blue Ridge Mountains in 2019. Her primary interests include the politics of place, creation and culture, oral traditions, and class biases. She spends her free time hiking and working in her garden. 

Judson Vereen


Judson Vereen is an author (Like a Bird Knows to Sing, American Pleasure, 62 Poems) and artist born in 1986 in Atlanta, Georgia. Part of an increasingly rare group of autodidact artists, Vereen dropped out of high school at the age of sixteen and never returned to formal education. Vereen’s artistic pursuits include painting, filmmaking, recorded music, and spoken word poetry.

He has lived and worked in the cities of Atlanta, New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. He currently lives in the countryside of Brasil, with his favorite person, his wife, Yasmin Vereen, where they operate CANVAS- a small graphics design business catered to serving writers and musicians.

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