2019 Top Ten of Polemic for People

H.P. Baxxter
Hans Peter Geerdes, professionally known by his stage name H.P. Baxxter, is a German musician who is best known as the lead vocalist of the German techno band Scooter. He founded Scooter with his friend Rick J. Jordan in 1993
Robert B. Weide
Robert B. Weide is an American screenwriter, producer, and director. He has directed a number of documentaries, and was the principal director and an executive producer of Curb Your Enthusiasm for the show's first five years. His documentaries have focused on four comedians: W.C. Fields, Mort Sahl, Lenny Bruce, and Woody Allen. His latest documentary, Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time (2021), explores the life and works of Kurt Vonnegut
O. D. Kobo
Oded David "O. D." Kobo is a Hong Kong-born Internet businessman. He is the co-founder of PIR Equities and Israel Investment Partners (IIP), both employee owned private equity firms, and a member of the partnership network of ADASAKI Global Advisory
Karamchand Gandhi
Karamchand Uttamchand "Kaba" Gandhi was a political figure in Porbandar. He served as Diwan of Porbandar and Rajkot. He was the father of Mahatma Gandhi
Wilson Rawls
Woodrow Wilson Rawls was an American writer best known for his books Where the Red Fern Grows and Summer of the Monkeys
Ziad is an Arabic given name and surname
Shetty is a surname originating from Karnataka state of India. Found amongst the Bunt (community). The word Shetty is derived from the Sanskrit word Śreṣṭha or Śreṣṭhin meaning superior, Prakritised as Seṭhī, and then Śeṭ or Śeṭī
Tim Peake
Major Timothy Nigel “Tim” Peake is a British Army Air Corps officer, European Space Agency astronaut and a former International Space Station (ISS) crew member
Chris T. Sullivan
Chris T. Sullivan is one of the founders of Outback Steakhouse and OSI Restaurant Partners, LLC. He also formerly held the titles of director and chairman. He is currently a board member at Bloomin' Brands
Arnold Clark
Sir John Arnold Clark was a Scottish billionaire businessman. Clark opened a showroom in Glasgow in 1954 and found some success selling cars. He expanded his business and Arnold Clark Automobiles became a nationwide chain of motor dealerships and the largest privately owned business in Scotland