Joe Herring

Communications Director

Joe Herring

Joe Herring is an author/speaker based in Omaha, Nebraska. His work has been featured by Rush Limbaugh & Mark Levin, among numerous other names and publications of conservative note. He is the Editor & Publisher of, where he provides in-depth analysis of many of the issues he researches as an independent policy analyst.  He writes for the American Thinker, the Daily Caller and for the Global Faith Institute.

Recent Posts by Joe

“Beware the military industrial complex…”

The rigors of daily life often keep us from paying as close attention to the doings of government as we should.  After all, we have to earn the money to pay the taxes, or our elected officials won’t have anything to do. As government grows increasingly complex, it becomes increasingly difficult to determine whether the […]

No one is above the law, except…

Occasionally, events occur that shake us to our core.  Much of personal character is defined by how we react in such circumstances.  The same goes for nations as well. America has always responded well; we’ve set things right, pursuing the root causes of our failures to replace them with wise choices so we don’t repeat […]

EgyptAir flight MS804 was no random target

By Dr. Mark Christian and Joe Herring We are entering a new era – one in which terrorists place bombs in the sky and detonate them whenever they see fit.  EgyptAir MS804 is just the latest example of their ability to transform an airliner into an IED. Authorities almost immediately agreed that MS804 was likely […]

The UN, Israel and Obama

The left’s plan to force Israel to her knees By Joe Herring In October of last year (2015) an article appeared in this space titled “The Arab Spring comes to Israel.”  In that piece, I posited that the savage knife attacks that had begun to rock the Jewish state were not, as the media was […]

Ain’t even close to over… No ordinary election year

With Super Tuesday receding into the rear view mirror, it is prudent to turn our attention to the road ahead.  This isn’t an ordinary election year – at least not in the fashion we have come to know in the post-WWII era – where primaries and caucuses easily winnow the field of candidates without upending […]