Chief Political Analyst
Floyd boasts a lifetime of political involvement, ranging from political appointee in the Reagan
campaigns and consultant to the Bush, Dole and Forbes presidential campaigns - to his current role
as the President of the Western Center for Journalism, a nonprofit dedicated to informing and
equipping Americans who love freedom. He was also the founding chairman of Citizens United, which
- under his leadership - grew to be the largest conservative citizen advocacy group in America.
He has appeared on many network and cable TV shows, including: "The O'Reilly Factor," the "CBS Evening News," ABC's "Primetime," NBC's "Today Show," FOX News, CNN, MSNBC and more. From 1995 until 2000, he hosted his own talk radio shows on Seattle's KVI 570 AM.
Time magazine wrote that Floyd "has a stature among devoted conservatives that almost matches his physical heft (6 ft. 6 in. and 240 lbs.)" His experience in and around Capitol Hill is practically unmatched, making Capitol Hill Daily the premiere destination for those searching for truthful and insightful political enlightenment.