Bryan spent seven years on Capitol Hill working as a policy advisor for Senator Tom Coburn and Senator James Lankford. During this time, he advised the senators on budget, tax, banking and government oversight issues and served as the senators’ lead staffer on the Banking Committee, the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, and the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Subcommittee. Bryan has assisted in the research and drafting of numerous government oversight reports, including authoring an extensive examination of Congressional mismanagement of the National Park System. Bryan graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in secondary education and minors in history and geography. As a student, he spent four years on the OSU football team’s video crew filming practices and game tape for the coaches and players. Bryan remains an avid supporter of the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
Adam was born and raised in the Midwest and calls St. Louis, Missouri home. He is a St. Louis Cardinals baseball and Blues hockey fan. After graduating from Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, MO, Adam started his career in Washington, D.C. He spent two years on Capitol Hill working for Senator Tom Coburn and Senator Jeff Flake. Adam focused on government oversight, and contributed to the Wastebook, Tax Decoder, and Jurassic Pork. His work has been featured in the Daily Caller, The Washington Examiner, National Review, The Hill, and The Missouri Times.