Jane Chastain is a southern California-based broadcaster, author and political commentator. Her outspoken commentaries on the political, social and moral issues of the day can be read at WorldNetDaily, the most popular conservative news site on the World Wide Web.
She is the author of I’d Speak Out on the Issues If I ONLY Knew What to Say and the host of such documentary videos as Freedom Held Hostage, The Feminine Mistake, Conceived in Liberty, and The Incredible Power of Prayer.
Despite her present emphasis on politics, Jane always will be remembered as the nation’s first television sportscaster or both the local and national level. In 17 years on the sports beat, Jane broke many journalistic barriers for women while working for WAGA-TV in Atlanta, WRAL-TV in Raleigh, WTVJ-TV in Miami, KABC in Los Angeles and the CBS television network.
During the 1980s, Jane focused her attention on improving government and never looked back. For more than a decade she hosted a national radio program, “What Washington Doesn’t Want You to Know.”
She served as a commissioner on Women’s Progress Commemoration Commission, which was created by an act of Congress in 1998. She also serves on the advisory boards of the Family Research Council, the Christian Television and Film Commission and ChildCare Worldwide. She holds an honorary doctorate from Pacific International University.
She is a pilot with multiengine and instrument ratings and lives on a private runway in the California mountains with her husband Roger.