Adam Grey is a white American who loves God and his neighbor, and is therefore a dissident in a dystopian society.
Adi is a Calvinist Boer/Afrikaner of Dutch, German and French Huguenot ancestry currently pursuing a PhD in Theology. He comes from a politically active family background as his grandfather served as a member of parliament for many years in the previous National Party government in South Africa. Follow him on Twitter, or email him at adifandh [at] gmail.com.
Angus McClure is a Southern Presbyterian (in the most paleo sense), and enjoys living in the Hill Country of Texas with his family. He works in corporate sales for a profession, but enjoys getting back to the "old ways" by raising chickens. Angus is a lover of Texas and Southern heritage.
Anna has been married for 15 years, and is a stay at home mother to 9 children, ages 14 and under. She is passionate about homeschooling, homebirthing, healthy eating, natural living, and homesteading.
Bernard de Linton is a husband, father, and Christian patriot living in the Inland Northwest, where he pursues writing, social commentary, and all matters related to the Christian Faith and Christendom.
Bret L. McAtee is a the Pastor of a small but glorious Reformed Church in Mid-Michigan. He is the husband of a wife without peer, and father of four children who have been bequeathed a Biblical world and life view and who are fiercely loyal to King Christ.
Clive studied theology under Robert Dabney, socioeconomics under George Fitzhugh, and politics under Charles Martel.
Colby is a farmer in Western Canada.
Davis is a descendant of Swiss-German farmers. He enjoys history, historical fiction, and theology. Davis appreciates traditional European culture as well as classical Christian liturgy and ecclesiology, and he desires to instill these values in the minds of fellow Christians of European descent. Davis considers it his task to do "the exact opposite of the work which the Radicals had to do...to cling to every scrap of the past that he can find, if he feels that the ground is giving way beneath him and sinking into mere savagery and forgetfulness of all human culture."
Edward Allegretti is a resident of Jones County, Mississippi. He has served on dozens of community non-profit boards and committees, including the Sons of the American Revolution (president) and the Sons of Confederate Veterans (camp commander). He has been engaged in political and governmental service in Mississippi and in his former residence of Santa Clara County, California. He has also been a contributing columnist for the Laurel Leader-Call, the Review of Jones County, the San Jose Mercury News, and the New Neighborhood Voice.
Ehud Would is a Conservative Presbyterian of Scandian-Germano-Celtic background and a refugee from the reconquista state of Southern California, who having recently followed the Northwest Imperative, resettled his family in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho where he pursues writing, illustration, medical administration, and presides as an elected official.
Generation5 is the pen name of a 40-something business owner in rural Georgia.
Glastonbury lives among the radical Anabaptists near Shipshewana, Indiana. It's not a very vibrant community, but he likes it just fine.
Hans Gygax is a father of 9 children ages 14 and under. He was born and raised in Ohio where he currently resides with his wife and children. His interests include spending time with his family, homesteading, survivalism, natural living, and issues of freedom and independence. He has a strong passion for large, homeschooled, Christian families who will change the direction of their local areas, and build communities based on their godly heritage. Hans is a first generation Christian whose main goal is to glorify Jesus Christ through the Gygax family bloodline, returning it to it's European Christian roots.
Hans Ikers is originally from Switzerland. He currently resides in Midwest USA. His primary preoccupations are in the farming industry, fishing, and hunting.
Hengest is a Millennial of predominantly Anglo-German descent, raised in the Midwest within the evangelical culture. He is a survivor of the cultural Marxist camps of higher education and graduated with a Bachelor's degree in History. Faith & Heritage, along with various Alt-Right sites, served as a lighthouse during those dark times. He has since migrated with his family to the Pacific Northwest to homestead.
Horsa is a Millennial from the Midwest who attended a small Christian university perched between cow towns and corn fields. She graduated, tried working in the public school system, repented, and now serves her family by working from and staying at home. She enjoys the creative arts, dry humor, and the sweet wine that honestly just tastes like juice.
James Edwards is the founding host of The Political Cesspool Radio Program, an award-winning broadcast now in its eleventh year. When not interviewing news makers, he is no stranger to making news himself, having appeared as a commentator numerous times on national television. Over the course of the past decade, his work on the radio has also been the subject of articles in over 250 newspaper and magazine publications around the world, gaining him a global audience. Mr. Edwards has been named an “Honorary City Councilman” in Memphis, Tennessee, where his show has received a certificate of recognition for outstanding contribution to the community.
Jan Stadler is a Dutch-American citizen currently residing in Amsterdam. Jan is a student of European history and reverences the great European conquests of the Americas. Jan specializes in writing on current European topics as well as culture and religion. In addition to his work with the Tea Party, Jan has also worked significantly with other European parties such as the Dutch Freedom Party and the Vlaams Belang in Flanders. In his free time, Jan enjoys hiking, reading and when in America, shooting guns and hunting. You can reach Jan at [email protected]
Jaymie is an 'eternal student' from the UK, particularly England. Although a native Englishman, Jaymie does have paternal Irish ancestry from his Great-Grandfather, who was born in England, and maternal French Huguenot ancestry, as they settled in England during the 1600s. Jaymie's family have lived around the region known as the East Midlands for the past several hundred years, residing primarily in the Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire counties. Jaymie has a variety of interests, such as history, theology, politics, philosophy, writing, and traveling. He has visited several countries in Europe and has had the grand experience to visit South Africa, including the small Afrikaner enclave of Orania. Jaymie can be reached by email or found chatting away on Facebook.
Joshua is a Kinist author who currently resides in Canada. History, ethics and religious studies are his primary hobbies. He comes from an English ethnic heritage.
Karl is a businessman living in the Western USA. When he is not busy supporting his family, he enjoys researching topics of science and history.
Older than the hills, I've had direct experience with the things that work--or don't work--in the public school system, in personal life and community life. A resident of California and a descendant of immigrants from the land of the midnight sun and Northern Europe, I have a great love of my People. A mother of one, I appreciate the blessing of motherhood and wish the best for all our children, God willing, not just survival but that they (paraphrasing 1 Thessalonians 4) increase more and more; that they also aspire to lead quiet lives, to mind their own business, and to work with their own hands, that they may walk properly toward those who are outside, and that they may lack nothing. Blessings! My email: laurel.loflund [at] hotmail.com.
Nathanael Strickland is the owner and chief editor of FaithandHeritage.com. He was born in Dallas, TX, and grew up in upstate SC. He works as a business analyst, holding an MBA and an undergraduate degree in political science. A native southerner, he has ancestors who fought with the patriots in the American Revolution, with the Texans at the Alamo, and with the Confederacy in the War for Southern Independence. You can reach him by email at faithandheritageeditor [at] gmail.com.
Nil Desperandum is of European descent and resides in the States, eagerly awaiting the re-Christianization of the West. He enjoys studying theology and philosophy, especially epistemology and ethics. He can be reached here or on Facebook.
Robert is an old school Southern Presbyterian of Anglo-Celtic ancestry and a 7th generation North Carolinian. He enjoys theological debates, good sci-fi, and single malt scotch. He currently pines away in the cesspool of academia.
Robert Fingolfin is an electrical engineer. He was raised in East Texas and currently resides in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.
Scott is a Southern gentleman and blogger with a wide range of interests. He is working toward a degree in Philosophy and English, likes long walks on short beaches, fishing and breaking liberal talking-points into tiny pieces (then spreading nasty rumors about those pieces!) He has currently returned to his home state of North Carolina after a tedious military career.
Reformed Presbyterian family man, living in the Northwest Redoubt. When not working with his hands, he can be found in the mountains at a campfire by the river.
W.M. Godfrey is a descendant of Confederate veterans and Georgia planters whose Anglo-Saxon family has a three centuries long heritage in North America. He is a blogger, essayist, and poet, and a founding member of the Kinist Christian ethnonationalist movement. Winner of the NCTE Norman Mailer Award, the NPEP Poetry Blue Ribbon, and the ALSC Junior Newbery Medal. He resides in Dixieland with his wife of 30 years and 4 children.
Wylie Huffaker is a Colorado native whose Franco-Prussian heritage includes Confederate rebels and Huguenot fugitives. He holds BS and MS degrees in electrical engineering and also enjoys studying political theory, constitutional law, economics, philosophy, music, and agriculture. He lives in the Rocky Mountains with his wife and five children.