Todd Starnes has been at Fox News Radio for more than a decade. His daily commentary is heard on hundreds of radio stations, and his syndicated column is read by millions. He is a frequent contributor on many Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network programs.
Pollster George Barna included Starnes as one of the top media influencers for evangelical Christians in the 2016 presidential election. Starnes has covered some of the biggest stories of the past decade—from presidential campaigns to the culture wars—interviewing an array of newsmakers and celebrities. His annual Fox News Radio Christmas show has become a national yuletide tradition featuring some of the biggest names in contemporary Christian music.
Starnes has authored four books, including God Less America—a collection of essays documenting the war on religious liberty.
He is the recipient of a regional Radio Television Digital News Association’s Edward R. Murrow Award and an Associated Press Mark Twain Award for storytelling. In 2014 he was awarded the National Religious Broadcaster’s Board of Directors Award. He is the recipient of First Liberty Institute’s Defender of the Faith Award, Vision America’s National Hero of Faith Award, Bott Radio Network’s Watchman on the Wall Award, and Pacific Justice Institute’s Light in Media Award.
Starnes is a frequent speaker at churches, Christian conferences, and Christian universities. He has delivered messages at the Reagan Ranch, the Billy Graham Training Center, and Family Research Council’s Values Voter Summit.
In his newest book, The Deplorables’ Guide to Making America Great Again, released in February 2017 by Frontline, an imprint of Charisma House, Starnes reports from the front lines of the culture war in America and provides insights on what you can do to bring about real and lasting change in our nation.
We’ve told Washington enough is enough, and we want to change the course of the country. President Obama called us bitter. Hillary Clinton called us irredeemable. The mainstream media called us backwater bigots. We were mocked by Hollywood and dismissed by academics. We were marginalized by the media – bullied and belittled by sex and gender revolutionaries.
Winning was just the beginning. With the election of Donald Trump, The American people have spoken. Change may start at the White House, but it finishes at your house.