Marc Clair (Editor-in-chief)- (articles)
An ardent believer in libertarian ideals for over a decade, Marc decided to thrust himself into writing for the cause after becoming inspired by the Presidential campaigns of Ron Paul. In 2011, he helped to co-found the Lions Of Liberty with several like-minded friends from their college days at Penn State nearly a decade earlier. When he’s not serving as editor-in-chief of Lions Of Liberty and host and producer of the Lions of Liberty Podcast, he is busy with a freelance career in television and running a karaoke business in Los Angeles, CA. Marc is also a contributing writer for sports and pop culture website Place to be Nation.
John Odermatt – (articles)
John, otherwise known as Odie, developed an interest in politics and economics at a young age. In 2007, John’s eyes were opened when a fellow contributor to this site, Marc Clair, introduced him to a unique Republican, Congressman Ron Paul. Ever since then, a significant amount of his free time has been dedicated to reading and studying the ideals of liberty. When John is not fervently defending liberty, he earns a living working in Project Controls for an engineering company. John is the host and producer of “Felony Friday” on the Lions of Liberty Podcast, which takes a deep look at the problems within the criminal justice system.
Brian McWilliams – (articles)
Brian McWilliams is a native Philadelphian currently living in Los Angeles and practicing public relations and stand up comedy with equal aplomb. His passion and concern for liberty was realized during Ron Paul’s 2008 campaign, which shed light on the troubling initiatives our government was embracing that infringed on the tenets that the United States was founded upon. Brian is the host and producer of “Electric Libertyland,” the Lions of Liberty Podcast’s weekly Wednesday look at current events, culture and comedy through a liberty lens.
Domenic John – (articles)
Known in his closest circles as the snake (or snaike), Domenic has long held most dearly the principles of personal liberty and accountability under different ideological banners. Ron Paul’s 2008 campaign exposed Domenic to the intellectual base of libertarian philosophy and Austrian economics, ideas that reflected his own values and ideals and motivated him to reject the two party attitude. Feeling obligated to further spread the message of liberty, he is now a self loathing blogger in his limited spare time. Domenic reconciles his blogging hypocrisy with a moral obligation to tell the untold story that is either ignored or demonized by more traditional information outlets.