JOHN LOFTON / RECOVERING REPUBLICAN *
For more than 40 years John Lofton has covered national politics and cultural/religious issues as a journalist, nationally-syndicated columnist, TV-radio commentator/analyst and political advisor.
— Editor, “Monday,” the weekly, national publication of the Republican National Committee, 1970-73.
— Nationally-syndicated columnist for “United Features” Syndicate in more than 100 papers nationwide, 1973-80.
— Editor, “Battleline,” monthly newsletter of The American Conservative Union, 1977-80.
— Editor, “Conservative Digest” magazine, 1980-82.
— Columnist, “The Washington Times” newspaper, 1982-89.
— Program-host/commentator, “America’s Voice,” a national cable TV network in all 50 states, 1998-99.
— A commentator on the “Mutual Radio Network;”
— An advisor to the Presidential campaign of Pat Buchanan;
— Author of a monthly column on the Federal bureaucracy for Howard Phillips’ “onservative Caucus.”
— Columnist for 11 years for Dr. RJ Rushdoony’s “Chalcedon Report.”
— Has written articles for the NRA magazine “America’s First Freedom”; Gun Owners Of America.
— Communications Director for Constitution Party Presidential candidate Michael Anthony Peroutka in 2004.
— Editor, Archive.TheAmericanView.com web site.
— Co–host with Michael Peroutka of “The American View” radio program.
— Blogger, “Christian Post” website.
John Lofton has given numerous speeches before various groups, Liberal and Conservative, including Liberty University/Bob Jones University. He has appeared on every major TV/radio talk show (including the Comedy Channel’s “Daily Show”/“Politically Incorrect”) to debate every imaginable kind of anti-Christian goofball — and some who are unimaginable but who do, alas, exist. And he never went to college which is why he is so smart. He can be reached via email: JLof@aol.com.
Note, lest I be misunderstood: Being a Republican is not a disease; it is a choice – a very bad choice, but a choice nonetheless.
MY EMAIL: JLof@aol.com
Oh, and yes, this John Lofton. Not my first, but one of my earlier appearances. I would perhaps have said a few things differently today…I still won, though.