Advisory Board

John T. McNabb, Chairman is vice chairman of the American Leadership Council, co-founder of the Trump Leadership Council and former chairman and CEO of Willbros Group. He served in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War, rising to the rank of Captain. Mr. McNabb earned the Air Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters and the Distinguished Flying Cross. FULL BIO

Robert J. Morton is Senior Editor of and President of Free Press Foundation. He was Editor of The Washington Times National Weekly Edition from its inception in 1994 until Jan. 4, 2013. He was also Corporate Editor at The Washington Times for, which won the 2012 Editor & Publisher EPPY award for best home page. FULL BIO

Kristin Thomas is Sr. Vice President for Public Relations at Continental Resources. Her previous experience includes serving as vice president for Biophysical Corporation; practice leader for The Richards Group in Dallas; and vice president for Hill & Knowlton, where she provided media relations counsel to clients. FULL BIO

David Isaac has worked for 25 years in the news business, starting as a stringer at the Connecticut Jewish Ledger. He has since worked as a reporter and writer for Investor’s Business Daily, the American Enterprise Institute, International Data Group, Newsmax Media, The Washington Times’ news site Times247 and The Washington Free Beacon, to name a few. FULL BIO

Donald Kirk has been a journalist mainly in Asia since going to Indonesia in late 1965 in a period of civil strife, “the Year of Living Dangerously”. “From Indonesia, I gravitated to Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos as a correspondent based in Hong Kong for the old Washington Star and then in Tokyo for the Chicago Tribune. FULL BIO

Carter L. Clews is the Director of Communications for Judicial Watch. Mr. Clews began his political career as the Director of Public Relations for the National Right to Work Committee, after which he became the Director of Communications for the Senate Republican Conference. FULL BIO

John Metzler is a veteran United Nations correspondent and commentator on international affairs. He has reported from fifty-five countries and regularly visits Europe and the Far East to observe national elections, conflicts, and economic development. FULL BIO

David Morgan is the founding publisher and editor of the Asheville Tribune and affiliated newspapers in western North Carolina. Previously he was president of David Morgan Ltd., a manufacturer of oak furniture and an importer of wicker furniture in Asheville. FULL BIO

James S. Robbins is a columnist for USA Today and Senior Fellow for National Security Affairs at the American Foreign Policy Council. He is the award-winning former Senior Editorial Writer for Foreign Affairs at the Washington Times. He has taught at The Fletcher School, Boston University, Marine Corps University, and National Defense University. He also served as a special assistant in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. FULL BIO

R. Clinton Ohlers, PhD iis a contributing editor for the FreePressMediaGroup. Previously, he held the position of Research Assistant Professor in the Humanities at the University of Hong Kong. His book, The Birth of the Conflict Between Science and Religion, is scheduled to appear in 2021. Clinton earned his PhD from the University if Pennsylvania in History. FULL BIO

Larry Ward brings decades of political, corporate, and non-profit experience and expertise to his role as the President of Political Media, Inc. From a New York communications and advertising background, Larry came to Washington in 2002, working under the tutelage of political consultant Dick Morris. Since then, Larry and PMI have been involved in hundreds of political contests on the local, state, national, and global levels all with the same unwavering commitment to God, liberty and principled conservatism. FULL BIO

Jeffrey T. Kuhner is the host of The Kuhner Report on WRKO AM-680 in Boston and a columnist at World He has also filled in for nationally syndicated hosts, such as Michael Savage and Mark Levin. For years, Jeff was the assistant national editor and Opinion Page columnist at The Washington Times. He was also the editor of, an investigative news site and sister publication of The Washington Times. FULL BIO

Dr. Willy Lam is an Adjunct Professor at the History Department and the Center for China Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong. A Sinologist with 35 years’ experience, he has published seven books about China, including Chinese Politics in the Era of Xi Jinping (New York: Routledge, 2015). His works have been translated into Chinese and Japanese. FULL BIO

'In Memoriam'

Ted Agres (1949-2020) was a veteran journalist with more than 40 years of editing and writing experience who took an active role in developing FreePress Foundation. Ted Agres wrote for many news, science, and technology journals. FULL BIO