• Michael Wagner

    Michael Wagner is an Edmonton researcher and writer. He is the author of Standing on Guard for Thee: The Past, Present and Future of Canada’s Christian Right. He has a PhD in political science from the University of Alberta.
  • Kevin Swanson

    Homeschooled himself in the 1960's and 70's, Kevin Swanson and his wife, Brenda, are now homeschooling their five children. Since graduating from his homeschool and then serving as student body president of a large west coast university, he has gone on to other leadership positions in corporate management, church, and other non-profits. Kevin has 43 years of experience in the homeschooling movement and serves as the Director of Generations– a ministry he founded to strengthen homeschool families around the country. As a father who wants to leave a godly heritage for his own five children, Kevin's passion is to strengthen and encourage the homeschooling movement all over the world, and to cast a vision for generations to come. For the last 13 years Kevin has hosted a daily radio program – Generations Radio – the world's largest homeschooling and Biblical worldview program that reaches families across the US and in over 100 countries. Kevin has also served as the Executive Director of Christian Home Educators of Colorado for the last nine years. He has also authored several popular books for homeschoolers, including Freedom, Apostate, Upgrade-10 Secrets to the Best Education for Your Child, the Family Bible Study Guide Series, and others. Kevin Swanson also serves as a teaching elder at Reformation Church of Elizabeth.
  • William Gairdner

    William Gairdner has had a busy life as an athlete, an academic, a businessman, and latterly, as a successful author. As a young athlete, Bill competed in the decathlon at the Pan-Am Games in Brazil and at the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 1964, and then in two Commonwealth Games (Jamaica, 1966, and Edinburgh, 1970), in the 400 metre hurdles event. After earning a number of higher degrees, including a Doctorate in Literature and Philosophy from Stanford University, he taught at York University in Toronto, and then decided to pursue a career in business, from which he retired in 1988 to devote his time to writing. In quick succession, he produced a string of bestselling books, including The Trouble With Canada, and The War Against The Family. He was then the managing editor of Canada's Founding Debates - an historical landmark. On the heels of this he published The Trouble With Democracy, and also The Book of Absolutes. Then, looking back over twenty years, he published The Trouble With Canada…Still! His most recent book is The Great Divide: Why Liberals and Conservatives Will Never, Ever Agree. At this crucial time in our history, William Gairdner presents fresh and daring insights for all who strive to understand the successes and failures of Canada, and of western civilization as a whole.
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