Dr. George Delgado
Dr. George Delgado, M.D., F.A.A.F.P., is the medical director of Culture of Life Family Health Care and a regional medical director with The Elizabeth Hospice. He practices family medicine, providing medical care that is faithful to the teachings of the Catholic Church for newborns, children and adults. Dr. Delgado is an NFP Medical Consultant trained in NaProTechnology. Additionally, he and the other members of the staff are available to counsel women who are in crisis pregnancies. Dr. Delgado published the first peer-reviewed article in the medical literature on the reversal of mifepristone (RU 486) using progesterone. He is the medical director of Abortion Pill Reversal. Dr. Delgado received his medical degree from the University of California, Davis and completed his residency at Santa Monica Hospital/UCLA. He is board certified in family medicine and in hospice and palliative medicine. Dr. Delgado is a Voluntary Associate Clinical Professor at UCSD School of Medicine. He completed the one-year Certification Program in Lealth Care Ethics offered by the National Catholic Bioethics Center.
He is an experienced, popular speaker who has made hundreds of presentations to a wide variety of audiences. His topics include Abortion Pill Reversal, abortion, euthanasia, stem cell research, cloning, other bioethical issues, abortion pill reversal, NaProTECHNOLOGY and natural family planning.
Rachel Campos Duffy
Rachel is an author and television personality specializing in political punditry, culture and parenting.
She is the national spokesperson for The LIBRE Initiative, a non-profit that educates and advocates for the economic empowerment of Hispanics through limited government, entrepreneurship and self-reliance.
Rachel has a degree in Economics from Arizona State University’s Honors Program. She has a Masters degree in International Affairs with an emphasis on Economic Development in Latin America from the University of California, San Diego.
Rachel’s television credits are large and diverse. She got her television start on MTV’s iconic reality television show, The Real World. Currently, she is a recurring guest host on FOX News’ “Outnumbered” and on NBC’s Today Show where she does parenting and relationship segments. For 14 years was a recurring guest host on ABC’s The View. She is a frequent on-camera commentator on parenting, politics, and culture for popular shows such as the Dr. Phil Show, FOX & Friends, The Hannity Show, The Huckabee Show, The Steve Malberg Show, CNN, Politically Incorrect, and EWTN’s The World Over Live.
Rachel writes for a wide range of publications including National Review, The Huffington Post, The American Spectator, Catholicvote.org, FOX News Latino, NBCLatino.com, CNN.com and TodayMoms.com among others.
Her book, published in 2009 by Penguin, is called “Stay Home, Stay Happy: 10 Secrets to Loving At-home Motherhood”.
In 2008 Rachel co-hosted the series “Speaking of Women’s Health” on the Lifetime Network with the Legendary Florence Henderson.
She lives in Wisconsin with her husband, Congressman Sean Duffy and her seven awesome kids.
Gov. Bobby Jindal
Bobby Jindal was sworn in as Governor of Louisiana on January 14, 2008.
He was elected Governor of Louisiana on October 20, 2007, with 54 percent of the vote in the primary, winning 60 of 64 parishes.
Jindal was born in Baton Rouge on June 10, 1971. He graduated from Baton Rouge High School in 1988 and went on to attend Brown University where he graduated with honors in biology and public policy. Following his graduation from Brown he attended Oxford University in England as a Rhodes Scholar, having turned down admissions to medical and law schools at both Harvard and Yale.
In 1994, Jindal went to work for McKinsey and Company as a consultant for Fortune 500 companies before entering public service. In 1996, he was appointed Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH). There were many issues that needed resolving during his tenure, not the least of which was the growing deficit in Louisiana’s Medicaid program. During Jindal’s tenure as DHH Secretary, he rescued Louisiana’s Medicaid program from bankruptcy, childhood immunizations increased, Louisiana ranked third best nationally in health care screenings for children, and new and expanded services for elderly and disabled persons were offered.
In 1998, Jindal was appointed Executive Director of the National Bipartisan Commission on the Future of Medicare. As Executive Director, he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Commission, whose work continue to be the driving force behind much of the ongoing debate on how to strengthen and improve Medicare.
At the conclusion of the Commission’s work, Jindal was appointed President of the University of Louisiana System, the 16th largest higher education system in the country. While serving as President, Jindal worked to establish areas of excellence at each individual institution.
President George W. Bush appointed Jindal to serve as Assistant Secretary for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in 2001. In that position, he served as the principal policy advisor to the Secretary of Health and Human Services. He later resigned from the position in 2003 to return to Louisiana and run for elected office for the first time. In that race, Jindal went from being a relatively unknown candidate for Governor, to receiving the most votes in the primary election and eventually 48 percent of the vote in runoff.
In 2004 he was elected to the 109th United States Congress representing the First District of Louisiana. In Congress he was elected Freshman Class President and served on the House Committee on Education and the Workforce, the House Committee on Homeland Security, and the House Committee on Resources. Bobby also served as Assistant Majority Whip. In his first term he passed a number of notable pieces of legislation and played an instrumental role in Louisiana’s recovery from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. His noteworthy accomplishments include the passage of legislation to bring significant offshore energy revenues to Louisiana for the first time and legislation that keeps Federal Emergency Management Agency from taxing certain recovery grants as income.
Jindal and his wife Supriya have three young children.
John McCormack is a Senior Writer at The Weekly Standard, where he previously served as an Online Editor. He has appeared on FOX News and Real Time with Bill Maher. Some of his articles include: “Ban on Abortion After 20-Weeks Is Harry Reid’s ‘Worst Nightmare” and “Pelosi Can’t Explain Difference Between Gosnell Slayings and Late-Term Abortions.”