is the author of Foreign Policy Begins at Home and President of the Council on Foreign Relations. Last month he spoke with NPR's Rachel Martin about why the United States "should focus somewhat more at home and somewhat less abroad."
is an author, contributor to TheBlaze TV, columnist for the New York Daily News and co-host of MSNBC's 'The Cycle.' She recently joined the "Young Conservatives for the Freedom to Marry" campaign and announced that she would be pulling out of CPAC until it welcomes pro-same-sex marriage groups.
Andrew Ross Sorkin co-hosts CNBC's 'SquawkBox' and is a columnist, chief mergers and acquisitions reporter and editor of "Dealbook" for The New York Times. In a column last month, Sorkin detailed the "dark art" of leaking potential business mergers to the media and the effect of such leaks on the market.
Michael Moore is documentary filmmaker whose film about gun violence in America, 'Bowling for Columbine,' won the 2003 Academy Award for Best Documentary. In his acceptance speech, he ignited controversy when he said that President George W. Bush was "sending us to war for fictitious reasons."
Zach Galifianakis is the star of 'The Hangover Part III,' which opens in theaters May 23rd. He recently hosted 'Saturday Night Live' for the third time and also scored a spot on Rolling Stone's list of "The 50 Funniest People Now."
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