Joel Skousen is the publisher of the World Affairs Brief—a weekly internet news analysis service. He is a political scientist, by training, specializing in foreign policy, as well as the philosophy of law, free market economics and US Constitutional theory. His main area of research focuses on helping his readers understand the hidden globalist agenda behind US foreign and domestic policy. He has developed a working theory to explain the West=s conflicting policies of both supporting and attacking, at different times and places, contradictory positions on terrorism, Communist-backed revolutions, drugs, money laundering, and organized crime. Mr. Skousen possesses a broad background in various disciplines which allows him to analyze geopolitical issues from personal experience. He is a former Marine officer and fighter pilot and is intimately familiar with security and defense issues. During the 1980s he served as the Chairman of the Conservative National Committee in Washington DC, a coalition of conservative organizations opposed to political compromise that undermines US sovereignty and security. He knows how the political process works and the dangers it presents to the preservation of liberty. While in Washington he also served as the Executive Editor of Conservative Digest where he developed numerous sources around the world. Mr. Skousen travels widely and reads and speaks multiple foreign languages–enabling him to access a wide range of foreign reports. Joel Skousen’ other career for the last 40 years has been the design high security residents and retreats across North America, and consulting on Strategic Relocation. He is the author of four books, one on law and government, and three on his special design innovations in security architecture and Strategic Relocation: Steven Sedlmayr has over 20 patents to his name, founded over 5 companies, and was the youngest recipient of the National Science Foundation Grant when he received it at the age of 16. Martin Marietta, NASA, and the Colorado School of Mines are some of the larger institutions he has worked for. Mr. Sedlmayr is a prominent inventor who invented the fiber optic television, which is known as the predecessor to high-definition television. Under the mentorship of Dr. Rostrum Roy at Arizona State and Penn State, Sedlmayr has perfected the state of water with his latest, patented invention. Sedlmayr’s water was researched by colleague Dr. Gerald Pollack, who concluded Sedlmayr’s water to have the highest EZ water signature he has seen; Sedlmayr’s water is also highly energetic, deuterium depleted, and oxygenated at 102%. He currently resides in Idaho with his wife.