The progeny of a lifetime John Bircher and a woman who marched on Washington with Phyllis Schlafly, Johnny Bollow now spends most of his time deep behind enemy lines, consulting for ad agencies in Los Angeles. Lest he never write another ad in this town again, he had kept his conservative credos to himself. But shamed into action by Breitbart’s brash courage, he sought redemption by writing speeches and advertising for Merlin Froyd (R) who failed to score an upset victory against Howard Berman in District 28 of California. Besides politics, John’s wife and children endure his obsessions for vintage aviation, Chicago sports and his Hot Wheels collection. He listens to the Ricochet podcast after they’ve gone to bed, while doing the dishes.