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Speakers Bureau
“If a nation expects to be ignorant - and free - in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.” – Thomas Jefferson

Frank Salvato

Topics
The Threat of Radical Islam
An Examination of The American Fifth Column (Coming Soon)

Bio
Frank Salvato is the Executive Director and Director of Terrorism Research for BasicsProject.org. His writing has been recognized by the US House International Relations Committee and the Japan Center for Conflict Prevention. His organization, BasicsProject.org, partnered in producing the original national symposium series addressing the root causes of radical Islamist terrorism. He is a member of the International Analyst Network and has been a featured guest on al Jazeera's Listening Post and on Russia Today. He also serves as the managing editor for The New Media Journal. Mr. Salvato has appeared on The O'Reilly Factor on FOX News Channel, and was featured in the documentary, Ezekiel and the MidEast ‘Piece’ Process: Israel’s Neighbor States. He is a regular guest on talk radio including on The Captain's America Radio Show, nationally syndicated by the Genesis Broadcasting Network and on NetTalkWorld Global Talk Radio catering to the US Armed Forces around the world. Mr. Salvato is also heard weekly on The Roth Show with Dr. Laurie Roth syndicated nationally on the USA Radio Network. His opinion-editorials have been published by The American Enterprise Institute, The Washington Times, Accuracy in Media, Human Events, Family Security Matters, BigGovernment.com and are syndicated nationally. He is a featured political writer for EducationNews.org and is occasionally quoted in The Federalist. He is the author of Understanding the Threat of Radical Islam. Click here to inquire about attaining Mr. Salvato as a speaker.

Nancy Salvato
Topics
The Need for Constitutional Literacy: Keeping a Republic

Bio
Nancy Salvato is the Director of Education and the Director of the Constitutional Literacy Program for BasicsProject.org. Subject matter expertise begins with undergraduate study that culminated with a bachelor’s degree in History from Loyola University of Chicago; it continues with independent study in the historic, philosophic, political, economic, and religious influences on our founders, which contributed to their decision to declare independence and establish our country’s founding documents; analyzing the founding documents as one entity; examining the connections between the American Revolution, the Civil War, and all military conflicts involving the US; demonstrating the contemporary relevance of fundamental law to our nation’s continued strength, wealth, and sovereignty; unveiling the intent of our covenant between the citizens, and between those governed and those elected to office. Formal professional development includes past participation in the Center for Civic Education’s We the People: The Citizen & the Constitution, and Project Citizen Professional Development Institutes; and the National Endowment for the Humanities National Academy for Civics & Government, an intensive three week class analyzing first source materials on which our founding documents are based. Nancy is a dedicated education professional with 15 years of experience. She holds elementary and secondary teacher certifications and a master’s degree in Early Childhood Development from National-Louis University (formerly National College of Education). Her professional practice spans grades P-12 as a teacher, working as a clinical instructor at the postsecondary level, and working as a higher education administrator. An accomplished writer, Nancy contributes regularly to The World and I, a publication of the Washington Times, The New Media Journal, Family Security Matters, and a host of new media publications. Highlights of her career including being invited to the Department of Education to meet with then Secretary of Education, Rod Paige, being selected to participate in the National Academy for Civics and Government, and writing and publishing Keeping a Republic: An Argument for Sovereignty for and through her 501c3, BasicsProject.org..
Click here to inquire about attaining Mrs. Salvato as a speaker.

Partner Organization Speakers
LTC (R) Don Koonce
Topics:
American Heroes & American Heritage (Ages: Grade School)
Don Koonce, citizen soldier, loves America. He served a 30 year career in the Missouri Army National Guard which included a 17 month deployment to Iraq as commander of the 203rd Combat Heavy Battalion (2003-2004) and retired in September, 2006. For several years, Don has been traveling extensively and telling stories of America and her heroes to the youth of Missouri and surrounding states talking to an average of more than a thousand children per week. While the major media seems to spend so much time telling us what’s wrong, he believes that we need to look for what is right, and tell those stories to inspire and educate America’s youth helping ensure and improve America’s future. Click here to view LTC Koonces' webpage. Click here to contact LTC Koonce.

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