Thursday, August 17, 2006

What are Marc Morano and Fred Stakelbeck Doing Now?

After five years at, Marc Morano has moved over to the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works as the Communications Director, working with Senator James Inhofe. He will be dealing with a range of environmental issues ranging from climate change to endangered species legislation, as you can see here on exposing AP's reporting of scientists praising Al Gore's movie, "An Inconvenient Truth." Marc has also been our Inside Washington correspondent and will continue to report to us from the Beltway.

Fred Stakelbeck, has joined Frank Gaffney's Center for Security Policy as a Senior Asia Fellow. Fred is an expert on the economic and national security implications for the United States of China's emerging regional and global strategic influence. He has written extensively on these and other topics for the Washington Times, Asia Times, and others. Fred has been on the show and you can read his commentaries now at Changing Worldviews. He is the brother of Erick Stakelbeck, Terror Analyst for CBN and who has been on the show many times.

Great experts you can trust.

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