BizPac Review Guest Writers

  • American Sugar Alliance
    The American Sugar Alliance is a national coalition of sugarcane and sugarbeet farmers, processors, refiners, suppliers, workers and others dedicated to preserving a strong domestic sugar industry. The American Sugar Alliance works to ensure that farmers and workers in the U.S. sugar industry survive in a world of heavily subsidized sugar. The opinions expressed are those of the writer, and do not necessarily represent those of BIZPAC Review, its management, staff or advertisers.
  • Arnold Goldin
    Prior to 1980, Arnold Goldin worked in various publicly held companies rising to the position of Assistant Corporate Controller of US Surgical Corporation. From 1980 to present, Arnold has served as President of Arnold S. Goldin & Associates, Inc. (and related and associated entities), providing accounting, tax and management services functions to individuals and corporations throughout the United States. Since 2002, Mr. Goldin has also written an e-zine related to geo-politics and finance, which can be found at The views expressed are those of the writer and do not necessarily represent those of BIZPAC Review, its management, staff or advertisers.
  • Associated Industries of Florida
  • Barney Bishop
    Barney Bishop III is the president and chief executive officer of the Florida Smart Justice Alliance, a statewide coalition of organizations committed to changes that make communities safer, save the taxpayers money and hold offenders accountable while helping them learn to live law-abiding lives. The opinions expressed by our contributors do not necessarily reflect the views of BizPac Review.
  • Claude Hanuschak
  • Dale King
  • Dan Schinhofen
  • Diana Demarest
  • Dick Farrel
  • Domonic Calabro
  • Erich Landstrom
  • Ellyn Bogdanoff
  • Fred Scheibl
  • George Blumel
    George Blumel founded and ran businesses, served on boards of public and private companies and until recently, worked as a financial planner. He’s a life-long conservative Republican political activist, starting with the 1964 Goldwater campaign. He and his wife Sandra have lived in South Florida since 1973.
  • James Casale
  • Jeri Muoio
  • Kingsley Guy
    Kingsley Guy's journalist career began in 1968, when he worked for The New York Times as a copy boy and secretary for the news editors. He was employed by the Sun-Sentinel for 30 years, including 23 years as the Editorial Page editor. His career at the Sun-Sentinel included reporting assignments in India, the Middle East, Russia and China. He retired from the newspaper in 2006. He currently writes for the Sun-Sentinel and other South Florida publications on a freelance basis, and is a frequent guest on local radio and television shows. He also is a lecturer for the Lifelong Learning Institute of Nova Southeastern University.
  • Lucia Bonavita
  • Marla Knowles
  • Melissa Meeker
  • Michael Weiner
  • Michelle Damone
  • Monroe Benaim
  • Ned Siegel
  • Rich Brochu
  • Sara Marie Brenner
  • Sharon Bock
  • Sid Dinerstein
  • Congressman Tom Rooney
    Thomas J. "Tom" Rooney is the U.S. Representative for Florida's 16th congressional district, serving since 2009. In January, he will be sworn in to represent district 17. He is a member of the Republican Party.
  • Jeffrey Scott Shapiro
    Jeffrey Scott Shapiro is an investigative reporter and former Washington, D.C. prosecutor who practices law and journalism in Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and South Florida. Mr. Shapiro has worked on high profile investigative stories for national news organizations such as CBS, Time Magazine and Gannett News, and he has served on election legal teams for Senator John Kerry, Senator John McCain, Governor Mitt Romney and Congressman Allen West.
  • Susan Stamper Brown
    Guest Contributor: Susan Stamper Brown is an opinion page columnist, motivational speaker and military advocate who writes about politics, the military, the economy and culture. Email Susan at or her website at The opinions expressed by this author do not necessarily reflect the views of BizPac Review.
  • Eric Wilson
    Guest Contributor: Eric Wilson is heavily involved encouraging the principle of self-governing leadership and is the Executive Director for Kentucky 9/12 Project, co-author of the book “We Surround Them; Our Journey From Apathy to Action”, and is the Network Administrator and co-founder of Brush Fire The opinions expressed by this author do not necessarily reflect the views of BizPac Review.
  • Henry Kelley
    Henry is a small business owner in Fort Walton Beach, a prominent leader of Florida’s tea party movement and a decorated Army veteran. He earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and an MBA from Rollins College. The opinions expressed by this author do not necessarily reflect the views of BizPac Review.
  • Florida C.F.O. Jeff Atwater
    You can connect with CFO Atwater at the following Facebook link:
  • Jonathon Moseley
    Jonathon Moseley is a Board member of the Northern Virginia Tea Party, and Executive Director of American Border Control. He served as Executive Director of the Legal Affairs Council. The opinions expressed by our contributors do not necessarily reflect the views of BizPac Review.
  • Carl Bloom
  • George Noga
    George Noga has BS and MBA degrees in finance from Florida State University and is the founder of More Liberty – Less Government Foundation. He currently serves as Chairman Emeritus of Children First Florida and Co-Chair for the Central Florida Center Right Coalition and is on the Central Florida Advisory Board of the James Madison Institute. The opinions expressed by the author do not necessarily reflect the views of BizPac Review.
  • Richard DeNapoli
    Richard DeNapoli is an attorney and the former chairman of the Broward County Republican Party. Often referred to as a “numbers guy,” he offers analysis of political statistics to BizPAC.
  • Lloyd Marcus
    Lloyd Marcus, Unhyphenated American. He is a keynote speaker, entertainer, writer, columnist, artist. outspoken leader in Tea Party Movement. Lloyd is chairman of Campaign To Defeat Obama. The opinions expressed by this author do not necessarily reflect the views of BizPac Review.
  • David Stein
    David A. Stein is a historian and documentary film producer in Los Angeles. He has produced over a dozen features, and his work as a Holocaust historian and documentarian has been lauded by President Bill Clinton and former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan. A former op-ed contributor to the L.A. Times from 1999 through 2005, Stein is currently the Southern California Chairman of the Republican Party Animals (for fun).
  • Russ Brown
    Russ is a Vice President for the Labor Relations Institute where he works with industries to maintain a union free environment and oversees government affairs. Brown works on both National Labor Relations Act and Railway Labor Act issues, having a strong background in the transportation industry. The opinions expressed by this author do not necessarily reflect the views of BizPac Review.
  • Kenric Ward
    Kenric Ward is a seasoned journalist with experience as a daily newspaper reporter, newsroom editor and online political writer. Kenric has worked at two Pulitzer Prize-winning newspapers and numerous state and national awards for investigative articles ranging from business to education to politics.
  • Watchdog is a collection of independent journalists covering state-specific and local government activity.
  • Mark Wilson
    Mark Wilson serves as president and chief executive officer to one of Florida’s largest and most influential business advocacy organizations, the Florida Chamber of Commerce.
  • John Hawkins
    John Hawkins runs Right Wing News and He's also the co-owner of the The Looking Spoon. His work has also been published at the Washington Examiner, The Hill, TPNN, Hot Air, The Huffington Post and at Human Events.
  • Nicole Brochu
  • Steve McPartlin
    Steve McPartlin has been in the broadcasting business for thirty years. He has been a sportscaster, news anchor, host, writer and producer. McPartlin was part of the team that created the TV shows A Current Affair and Inside Edition for which he was a correspondent and host.
  • Myra Adams
    Myra Adams is a media producer and political writer. She was on the 2004 Bush campaign creative team and 2008 McCain campaign Ad Council. Writing credits include PJ Media, Daily Beast, RedState, and Daily Caller. Email: Follow Myra on Twitter @MyraKAdams
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  • William Patrick
    Contact William Patrick at or follow Florida Watchdog on Twitter at @watchdogfla
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  • Adam Kredo
  • Mary Lou Byrd
    Mary Lou Byrd is a frequent contributor to the Washington Free Beacon.
  • Ed V.
  • Elizabeth Harrington
  • Free Beacon
  • Lachlan Markay
    Lachlan Markay is a staff writer for the Washington Free Beacon. He comes from the Heritage Foundation, where he was the conservative think tank's first investigative reporter.
  • Bill Gertz
    Bill Gertz is senior editor of the Washington Free Beacon. Prior to joining the Beacon he was a national security reporter, editor, and columnist for 27 years at the Washington Times. Bill is the author of six books, four of which were national bestsellers. His most recent book was "The Failure Factory."
  • Cassandra Phoenix
  • Harriet Baldwin
    Conservative journalist published in Rare, Right On! Weekly Magazine and Red Knuckle Politics
  • Amanda Shea
  • Don Noel