He's a clergyman who looks sharp in a bow tie. He's a retired Rear Admiral US Navy chaplain with an impressive CV. He's a Seventh Day Adventist preacher who describes himself as being "liberal on some [issues] and conservative on others". Each morning, recently, he berates 100 lawmakers in the US Senate for being a bunch of doofuses.
If that makes you curious about Barry C. Black, the US Senate chaplain, you can read a NYT profile of him and his work here and video excerpts of his prayers during the current US government shutdown here.
Given what I'm reading about the intransigence and foolishness going on in Washington DC, I'm thinking that Chaplain Black may be the last best hope of the USA.