Helene Miller-Walsh began her career at American National Bank in Commercial Lending in Chicago. She then spent several years at Evans Fur Company, in a variety of roles across Marketing, Design and Sales. Helene went on to found Whim Wham Books, where she served as CEO, creating and selling a line of gift books which she sold around the world to major national retailers and small retail shops. Helene also has a long track record of success in philanthropic endeavors, including having chaired campaigns for Prentice Women’s Hospital through her role on the Board of Friends of Prentice as well as Co-Chairing one of the most successful private school annual campaigns in history at The Latin School of Chicago. Helene is currently the Chief Operating Officer of Leenie Productions, LLC, a multi-media production company and also serves on the Board of Advisors to Project HOOD, an organization dedicated to ending gang violence in the city of Chicago and developing career opportunities. Helene was raised in Chicago and lives with her husband, former Congressman and syndicated talk-radio host Joe Walsh, in the Northwest suburbs. Between them they have five children.
Dr. Arie Friedman graduated with honors at the top of his medical school class from University of Illinois College of Medicine in 1998. While in medical school, he was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society and honored with the Tom Reeves Outstanding Medical Student Award. Subsequently, he underwent categorical residency training at the University of Chicago Children’s Hospital. Dr. Friedman founded a solo pediatrics practice in 2001 that later merged with Premier Pediatrics. Premier Pediatrics became part of PediaTrust in 2014. At PediaTrust, Dr. Friedman serves on the Board of Managers and as the Director of After-hours Care. Prior to attending medical school, Dr. Friedman served in the United States Navy as a Naval Aviator. During his seven years of active duty, he flew SH-60B Seahawk helicopters out of Naval Air Station North Island, California, from which he deployed twice, including once to the Persian Gulf as part of Operation Desert Storm. After leaving active duty, he transferred to the Naval Reserve Medical Corps from which he retired in 2005. Arie is also a former candidate for the U.S. House of Representative and Illinois State Senate. He is a highly-regarded expert on issues pertaining to healthcare. An authority on Obamacare and national healthcare issues, Arie is a frequent guest on cable news and talk radio programs. Dr. Friedman is married to Michelle Rosenthal and is a father of five.
Paul Miller serves as CEO and President of the news and public policy group Haym Salomon Center. Among his credits as a highly regarded journalist, Paul was granted an exclusive interview with civil rights icon Alan Dershowitz to express his opposition to the Iran Nuclear agreement. Paul’s remarkable interview with San Antonio Orthodox Rabbi Aryeh Scheinberg and Pastor John Hagee of Christians United for Israel is further testament to Paul’s gift for listening that inspires people to speak freely and openly to him. Paul’s investigative prowess has led to countless breaking news articles ranging from election fraud and government funding of terrorism to anti-Semitism on college campuses.
A childhood steeped in freedom of political expression around the family dinner table led Paul to the formal study of journalism, ultimately shaping him into the outspoken critic of Progressive anti-Semitism and media bias against Israel that has characterized him for the last two decades. His byline can be found in the New York Post, New York Observer, Fox News, Washington Times, Chicago Tribune, Jerusalem Post and The Hill, just to name a few. His work has been featured on the Drudge Report and news sites across the globe. As a respected authority on national politics, Middle East policy and media accountability, Paul has been quoted and sourced by the New York Times, Fox News, Chicago Tribune and the Washington Times. He has appeared on radio programs all over the country as well as Israel and Canada.
Paul is a childhood cancer survivor and has worked as a peer counselor for cancer patients and amputees. He is also a recovering political consultant and resides in the northwest suburbs of Chicago with his wife Shannon, whom he met attending Indiana University. They are the proud and sleepless parents of two sons.