Aaron Pomerantz is a social
psychologist currently pursuing
his doctorate at the University of
Oklahoma. He has been published
in Political Psychology, Newsweek,
and the Foundation for Economic
Education, among others. His
research interests include the study
of honor culture, the legal system,
and political ideology. His personal
interests include comparative religion
history, and watching entirely too much
Food Network. You can follow Aaron
on Twitter at @pomerantz_aaron





Tyler Groenendal is the Foundation Relations Coordinator at the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty. A graduate of Hillsdale College’s Economics department and a noted onion-ring enthusiast, he enjoys liberty, cats, and the music of Richie Blackmore. You can follow Tyler on Twitter at @TylerGroenendal





Austin Collins is a law student at the University of Iowa. His main legal interests are freedom of speech, lawful self-defense and weapon-possession, and prohibitionism in general. He tends to practice more in the areas of business entities, estate law, and civil litigation, as this provides him with an opportunity to help people navigate the endless and largely illegitimate pile of red tape associated with trying to be a productive member of society. He also enjoys game bird hunting and fine whiskies.




Jason Klicker is a history teacher at Benjamin Franklin High School in Queen Creek, Arizona. A graduate of Hillsdale College, he believes that the study of history allows us to truly understand the human condition, and serves as a guide to pursuing the Good, the True, and the Beautiful. He enjoys spending time with friends, his wife, Jenn, and their cats, Timber and Pip.




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