Robert Chernin and Ericka Redic of @GenerallyIrritable discuss LGBTQ+IA members acting similarly to a certain tyrant, The 7 Deadly Sins and the point of PRIDE. All with a hefty dose of irreverence.
Ericka was born and raised in Vermont and from a very young age was instilled with a desire to serve her community. That commitment to service led her to taking an active role with community non-profits including Women Helping Battered Women, Women’s Rape Crisis Center, and Vermont Freedom to Marry. Ericka has also served on the Board of the Vermont Victim/Survivor of Crime Council.
After earning a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Champlain College Redic worked with various small businesses as an accountant before starting her own very successful accounting firm.
As a nominee for Congress in Vermont, Ericka listened to the needs, wants and desires of those who are not being heard and sees the Coalition for America as another opportunity to serve.
She currently lives in Texas with her husband and can be followed on X (formerly Twitter) @erickaredic
Doug Domenech has Federal, state, and private sector experience on energy, environment, and international issues. He served in the Trump Administration as Senate confirmed Assistant Secretary Insular and International Affairs at the U.S. Department of the Interior from 2017-2021.
Prior to this he served as the Director of the Fueling Freedom Project at the Texas Public Policy Foundation in Austin, Texas. In 2010, Doug was nominated by Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell and confirmed by the State Senate as the Secretary of Natural Resources overseeing six state agencies.
In 2009 Doug worked as the Senior Vice President at Artemis Strategies, a bipartisan government relations and strategic communications firm in their Washington, DC office.
Doug served at the U.S. Department of the Interior in the George W. Bush Administration from 2002-2009. Positions held included: Deputy Chief of Staff to Secretaries Gale Norton and Dirk Kempthorne; White House Liaison, and Deputy Director for External and Intergovernmental Affairs.
Earlier in his career Domenech served as the Executive Director of the National Center for Home Education; Executive Director of the Madison Project PAC; Campaign Manager for Farris for Lt. Governor (Virginia); Vice President for the Forest Resources Association; and Director of the Timber Harvesting Management Program at Alabama A&M University.
He holds a B.S. in Forestry and Wildlife Management from Virginia Tech University.
Planned Parenthood and abortion special interests are pushing a radical constitutional amendment to establish the precedent that abortion can be performed at any stage of pregnancy for any or no reason, without even the most basic state regulations or guidelines.
This amendment would recreate the exact conditions that allowed Kermit Gosnell to operate his “House of Horrors” abortion clinic for over 15 years.
Bruce Abramson has over thirty years of experience working as a technologist, economist, attorney, and policy analyst. He began his career in the mid-1980s pioneering techniques for statistical modeling in artificial intelligence. Since then, he has applied his analytic methodologies to explore numerous challenging issues, both as a researcher and in the service of his clients. Selected areas in which his analyses have broken new ground include: the world oil market, severe storm forecasting, battlefield intelligence, military logistics, Internet business models, antitrust and intellectual property, strategies for engagement in the Middle East, and American political culture.
Dr. Abramson holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Columbia and a J.D. from Georgetown. He has worked as a University of Southern California professor and a Charles River Associates principal. He has launched and led two tech-law consulting firms, a pro-Israel advocacy group, a nonprofit think tank, and a strategic consulting firm. His clients have ranged from individuals and startups to Fortune 100 companies, government agencies, and international organizations. He has contributed to the scholarly literature on computing, business, economics, law, and foreign policy, and written extensively about American politics and policy.
Jay is a Director of The American Center for Education and Knowledge, a 501-c3 non-profit committed to protecting the ideals of individual rights, freedom of will and personal responsibility while defending American exceptionalism.
Jay was elected as the National Committeeman to the Republican National Committee for Vermont in both 2012, 2016 and 2020.
He has served as RNC Vice Chair and on the RNC Executive Committee Jay is currently
a member of the RNC standing Committee on Rules, The Faith Advisory Board and Grassroots Committee. He was previously the National Director of Catholic Engagement for the RNC.
In addition, Jay was a member of the Platform Committee, the Committee on Permanent Organization, Rules Committee, and the Committee on Arrangements at RNC National Conventions.
Jay also served on President Trump’s Catholic Advisory Committee and was honored to be selected to give the prime-time invocation on the night President Trump and Vice President Pence were officially nominated at the 2016 Republican National Convention. At the 2020 Republican National Convention, Mr. Shepard was again asked to say an invocation to kick off the Convention.
Shepard has served in rolls as policy, media, political and messaging advisor on various U.S Senate, U.S. Congressional, Gubernatorial, state-wide, and legislative races.
Jay is a Newsmax Insider where you will find his opinion pieces and TV interviews. He is also a regular guest on national, regional, and local media outlets.
Jay and his wife are owners of Junction Consulting LLC; a marketing and advertising firm specializing in creating, producing, and delivering corporate and political media and messaging. He is also a partner in a Behavioral Science Research Firm.
Robert is a longtime entrepreneur, business leader, fundraiser, and former radio talk show host. He studied political science at McGill University in Montreal and has spent over 25 years deeply involved in civic affairs at all levels. Robert has consulted on a variety of federal and statewide campaigns at the gubernatorial, congressional, senatorial, and presidential level. He served in leadership roles in the presidential campaigns of President George W. Bush as well as McCain for President. He led Florida’s Victory 2004’s national Jewish outreach operations as Executive Director. In addition, he served on the President’s Committee of the Republican Jewish Coalition.
Robert co-founded and served as president of the Electoral Science Institute, a non-profit organization that utilized behavioral science to increase voter participation and awareness. He also founded his own national brokerage and risk management firms that specialized in public transportation. He has spent nearly four decades serving the insurance industry. He built his firm into one of the leading transportation insurance brokerages in the country, developing a long- range strategic plan for market consolidation. Additionally, he co-founded a data analytics firm for home mortgages that developed a proprietary and predictive quality-control score for lenders.
In recognition of his business acumen and leadership, Robert was selected to serve on the Small Business Administration’s National Advisory Council.