Robert T. Peterson writes on politics and religion (both of which, he contends, pertain to voter education,) and is the default author of this website; except where indicated otherwise, blame him.

In 2002, his essay, “The Workers in the Vineyard” (a discussion of Jesus’ parable and erroneous commentary on it) took second place (and $1000) in the annual international essay contest of the Acton Institute of Grand Rapids, Michigan.  His opinion articles have appeared in the Chicago TribuneChicago Sun-Times, Northwest Indiana Times, Cleveland Plain Dealer (writing as RT Allyn,) and other Midwestern newspapers.

He’s also been an IRS collection officer and a secondary school teacher; he holds a degree in law from Washington University Law School.