About Jeff Kuhner

Jeffrey T. Kuhner is the host of the "Kuhner Report," a daily political talk show on WRKO 680-AM from 6-9 AM and 11:00 AM-Noon (EST). His official motto is "The Last Honest Man in Washington." He is also known as "Liberalism's Worst Nightmare."
 
Kuhner is a conservative nationalist, who champions God, country and family. His show deals with cutting-edge, hot-button political, social and foreign policy issues. Jeff is one of the most vocal and principled critics of the Obama regime. Jeff defends free-market capitalism, traditional family values and winning the war against radical Islam.
 
In addition to his radio work, Jeff is a columnist at The Washington Times (www.washingtontimes.com). His column appears every Friday. Jeff's column is consistently one of the most read and popular in The Times' Commentary section. Furthermore, Jeff is the president of the Edmund Burke Institute (www.edmundburkeinstitute.org), a Washington think tank.
 
He staunchly believes that personal responsibility, self-help, self-reliance, strong nuclear families, a quality education and a commitment to the American Dream are the keys to success for all Americans—especially, minorities and women who for too long have been duped by the liberal ruling elite into accepting the false promises of statism, feminism and multiculturalism. Jeff's mission is to expose the destructive nature of secular liberalism; it is the ideology of suicide.
 
Born in Montreal, Canada on Sept. 1, 1969, Jeff is the son of Croatian immigrants, who fled communist Yugoslavia. Jeff's heroes are Ronald Reagan, John Paul II and Alexander Solzhenitsyn—uncompromising anti-communists, who stood for freedom and human dignity against totalitarianism. Jeff believes that America is an exceptional nation; it is the last bastion of the West. Europe is collapsing amidst a cultural and demographic crisis; it is slowly dying from moral relativism, shallow secularism and economic sclerosis. America stands alone. Only America can defeat the twin evils of Islamic terrorism and the liberal culture of death.
 
Jeff is a historian; his area of expertise is modern American history. He did his doctoral coursework at Ohio University. He taught U.S. history at McGill University in Montreal from 1998-2000. Disgusted with the political correctness and sterile intellectual environment prevalent in academia, Jeff decided to make a career change into journalism. From 2000 until 2003, he served as the assistant national editor at The Washington Times. He then became the communications director at The Ripon Society, a Republican policy institute in Washington.
 
In 2005, Jeff became the editor of Insight magazine, a weekly Internet political intelligence magazine and sister publication of The Washington Times. In that role, Jeff became a nationally known media figure—appearing on numerous television and talk radio programs. Jeff emerged as a major critic of Barack Obama during the 2008 election, seeking to hold him accountable and warn the American public about his radical leftist agenda. Jeff is a frequent guest-host on the "Savage Nation" and the "Jerry Doyle Show."
 
Kuhner has been happily married since 1996 to his wife and high school sweetheart, Dr. Grace Vuoto. They are both practicing Roman Catholics, whose deep faith is central to their personal and professional lives. In essence, Jeff is a Christian patriot who is compelled to speak truth to power—regardless of the consequences. He can be reached at kuhnerreport@wrko.com.