Raging Elephants Radio Team Members:
Apostle Claver Kamau-Imani – President & CEO, Broadcast Activist
Apostle Claver Kamau-Imani is the founder and chairman of RagingElephants.org. RagingElephants.org primary mission is to grow the conservative voting base through racial diversity…[Bio Continued Here]
Anthony Carter – Chief Technology and Social Media Integration Officer
Anthony Carter resides in Virginia. He is an entrepreneur, author and success coach. Anthony specializes in internet marketing. He’s used his previous work experience to expand the market share and internet presence of Fortune 500 companies as well as Small Businesses through, Search Engine Optimization…[Bio Continued Here]
Tanya Robertson – Operations Director
Doc Greene – Broadcast Activist
Doc Greene was born in Lusk, Wyoming and was raised on a cattle ranch, where they lived the cowboy life. As a youth on that 4000 acre ranch, Doc Broke horses and worked on cattle drives every year.
He joined the Air Force in 1972 after graduating high school and studied aircraft mechanics and electronics and played music to make extra money with other…[Bio Continued Here]
Heidi Hansing – Broadcast Activist
Heidi is fiercely politically independent and describes herself as a Constitutionalist, a Tenther, and a Washingtonian. Those relatively unused labels give her the opportunity to explain the foundational principles underlying those…[Bio Continued Here]
George Rodriguez – Broadcast Activist
George Rodriguez is one of the very conservative Hispanics whose voice is heard nation-wide. He was born in Laredo, TX and raised in San Antonio. He served in both the Reagan and the Bush…[Bio Continued Here]
Mary Huls – Back Up Broadcast Activist / Contributor
As an activist, and current President of Clear Lake Tea Party, Mary has traveled extensively through Texas supporting tea party initiatives. She is also a Texas Border Volunteer whose mission is to assist law enforcement officials with securing the border, upholding the rule of law and educating the general public with regard to immigration issues. She has visited, and advocated for tax payers, in the Texas Capitol for the last five years and offers public testimony regarding border issues in legislative committees. Mary has visited the Rio Grande herself and discussed the situation with Border Patrol agents.
Mrs. Huls is currently developing a collaborative network of activists to investigate the human smuggling tragedy from the Texas border to the human trafficking and slave trade on the streets and in the businesses of Houston and beyond. She most recently has been seen in the new Tea Party Patriots Documentary, “Border States of America”.
Mary is a resident of Friendswood, TX, where she lives with her husband Dale – a Systems Engineer with the Johnson Space Center.
Dale Huls – Back up Broadcast Activist / Contributor
Kelly Horsley – Contributor
Kelly Horsley is a native Houstonian, a wife and stay at home mom to three boys, which she home schools. She firmly believes in the vision that our founding fathers had for our freedoms when they wrote the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. She dove head first into politics when she saw that these documents were being ignored with the first of the bailouts in 2008 and the election of President Obama.
Kelly enjoys representing her precinct as precinct chairman, serving as election judge and clerk on election days, serving on several committees within the local party structure and connecting with other like-minded individuals within the Harris County Republican Party. Kelly has also had the privilege of working on numerous campaigns, one in which took her to Ohio to campaign for a U.S. Senate seat in the 2012 election cycle. She feels it’s vital to stay connected so that she can keep watch over hers and others’ freedoms.
In her spare time, Kelly loves to read mystery books with her three sons. She also likes to drink coffee, workout at the gym, bake cakes and cookies, and blog about her political involvement on her personal blog, The Political Chicken.
Angela Box – Contributor
Angela Box was born in Oklahoma City to a family of righteous fighters for truth and liberty. She moved to Los Angeles after college to pursue acting, but her heart always lay with politics. She later became an elementary school teacher and, after the state of California fell apart in 2009, moved to Houston to work as an educator. In September, 2014 she returned to her love of politics as a contributor to the late-night cable access show “Tommy’s Garage”.
Angela loves reading, writing, working out, yoga, big salads, lip gloss, and being a Texas transplant–because here, they eat liberals for breakfast.