Except for the September 2020 publication of my new book—Unjust Blame?: The Korean War, the Chinese Intervention, and Douglas MacArthur—this site has not been updated since December 31, 2011.
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I received my B.A. degree from New York University, where I studied Russian and political science.
After graduation in 1954, I served in Korea with United States Army intelligence, holding top-secret security clearance, and was Chief Order of Battle Analyst (Chinese Communist Forces) at Eighth Army Headquarters in Seoul.
Following my military service, I earned my Juris Doctor degree at New York University School of Law. Since December 7, 1959, I have practiced constitutional and appellate law. (My clients have included owners of pre-legalized gold, veterans seeking medical benefits, Soviet dissidents and defectors, and the author Ayn Rand.)
In addition to my law practice, for over two decades (1972-1993) I was a full-time tenured professor of law at Brooklyn Law School, where I am now professor emeritus. My courses included Constitutional Law, First Amendment, National Security, and Appellate Advocacy.
I am the author of approximately three hundred articles, essays, and reviews, and frequently publish commentary on current legal/political issues and events in the print and electronic media. I am often asked to provided that commentary on, and be interviewed by, broadcast media.
Several of my six out-of-print books—The Gold Clause; Government's Money Monopoly; Sweet Land of Liberty? The Supreme Court and Individual Rights; The Layman's Guide to Tax Evasion; Speaking Freely: The Case Against Speech Codes; and Why Not Call It Treason? Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Today—are available from various Internet booksellers, including www.amazon.com.
With my wife, lawyer and novelist Erika Holzer, I am co-author of "Aid and Comfort": Jane Fonda in North Vietnam, a book that definitively answers the question of whether Fonda’s trip to Hanoi during the Vietnam War, and her activities there, constituted constitutional treason. With Erika Holzer, I also co-authored Fake Warriors: Identifying, Exposing, and Punishing Those Who Falsify Their Military Service. Each of these books are available at www.amazon.com.
My most recent book, The Supreme Court Opinions of Justice Clarence Thomas (1991--2006): A Conservative's Perspective, was published in January 2007 by McFarland & Company. McFarland is a noted publisher of scholarly, reference, and academic books. For further information, see http://www.mcfarlandpub.com/book-2.php?isbn=0-7864-3003-6.
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