Baruch Pletner is the Editor-in-Chief of Tsionizm.com.
A USAFA grad, Brent flew F-15 combat missions during Operation Desert Storm. After completing his service, Brent immigrated to Israel, where he was drafted into IAF active service.
L Todd Wood
L. Todd Wood is the publisher of Creative Destruction Media. He's also a longtime columnist for Washington Times, where he writes under Threat Assessment, and a very successful novelist at LToddWood.com.
Mike Siegel’s real world experience as a public school teacher in Newark, New Jersey; Professor of Communication at Emerson College in Boston; Consultant to a Drug Rehabilitation Program in Boston; Communication Consultant to Business and Industry have given him a breadth and depth of experience that he brings to his radio programs.
Kyrill Firshein is the former head of Deutsche Bank’s Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa Equities distribution business for the Americas.
Investment professional specializing in China, emerging markets, and private equity investments in Russia and Israel. Supporter of the Ayn Rand Institute in Israel and member of the Selection Committee of the 2019 Atlas Awards for Best Israeli Start-Up.
Field Journalist, writer, broadcaster, political analyst, Foreign Policy, world traveler, live 6 yrs in Europe, 7 yrs in MENA.
Cultural Contributor/Art Critic
Ella Rozenberg was born in the Soviet Union, in the Republic of Georgia. After the fall of the USSR, she immigrated to Israel. She now teaches art in Ashkelon, on the Gaza border. She also is the force behind the 'Love Unlimited', a global tour of Israeli artists.
Born and raised in a Kibbutz in northern Israel, Oded has completed military service, travels the world, and has worked as a farmer in the Kibbutz. He has a great interest in modern history.
Rabbi Joel Schwartzman
Rabbi Joel Schwartzman is a retired Chaplain, Colonel, from the U.S. Air Force chaplaincy, having served over twenty three years.
Ronit Levy is a mother, grandmother, citizen journalist and insurance agent who resides in Afula, Israel.
Ana is a translator & Analyst! She considers herself a linguist, to the extent that she will learn all languages, from computer languages and mathematics to Japanese. She is currently learning Hebrew and looking into moving to Israel.