Paul Miller serves as President and Executive Director 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.
Jonathan Greenberg Is a Senior Fellow with the Haym Salomon Center. Jonathan is a respected voice on foreign policy whose work has been carried in The Jerusalem Post, New York Daily News, New York Post, The Washington Times, The Hill, The New York Observer, The Daily Caller, and numerous other publications.
Prior to joining the Haym Salomon Center, Jonathan spent two years as a Vice President at the Illinois Policy Institute, one of the country’s premier free-market think tanks.
Jonathan spent more than five years at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, first in the Washington office and, later, as Midwest Political Director where he was responsible for 95 Congressional districts across nine states.
Jonathan was ordained a rabbi by Hebrew Union College in 2006. He has a masters degree in Public Affairs and a bachelors in Political Science, both from Indiana University.
Abraham H. Miller is a Distinguished Fellow with the Haym Salomon Center and an emeritus professor of political science, University of Cincinnati. He served on the faculty of the University of California, Davis and the University of Illinois, Urbana. A specialist in the study of terrorism and political intelligence, he has been a consultant to and academic fellow with the National Institute of Justice. He has also been a Bradley Fellow at the Heritage Foundation. His academic work appears in numerous prestigious, peer-reviewed journals, including the American Political Science Review. As a student of political violence, his work on the black urban riots of the 1960s won a Pi Sigma Alpha Award from the Western Political Science Association.
As an editorial essayist, he has written for numerous popular blogs and print venues, including the New York Daily News, The Hill and San Francisco Chronicle. His editorial writing has been syndicated here and abroad in non-English language outlets. He is the author of, Fourteenth Street: A Chicago Story, a recent work of political fiction.
Ziva Dahl is a Fellow with the Haym Salomon Center. Ziva writes and lectures about U.S.-Israel relations, U.S. foreign policy, Israel, Zionism, anti-Semitism, and BDS on college campuses. Her articles have appeared in such publications as The Hill, New York Daily News, New York Observer and Jerusalem Post. She is a former independent financial advisor and money manager. Prior to her work in the investment field, she worked for a large international consulting firm where she executed a study of the Geneva Conventions for the Department of Defense. She has a Master of Arts degree in public law and government from Columbia University and an A.B. in political science from Vassar College.