Dr. Everett Piper is a retired university administrator and conservative cultural commentator. He served as president of Oklahoma Wesleyan University for 17 years, and he presently serves as a contributing columnist for The Washington Times. Dr. Piper received a B.A. from Spring Arbor University, an M.A. from Bowling Green State University, and a Ph.D. from Michigan State University. His commentary on religion, education, leadership and politics has been featured in local and national media outlets. He is the author of Not a Day Care: The Devastating Consequences of Never Growing Up, The Wrong Side of the Door, and Grow Up! Life Isn’t Safe, But It’s Good. Dr. Piper and his wife, Marci, have two grown sons, and they make their home in Oklahoma.