Ken is a graduate of Princeton where he majored in history and of Columbia Law School where he focused on international law. He was a corporate litigator in New York City and later served as an Assistant Attorney General for New York State. Ken, also, served for 8 years in the U.S. Army Reserve, JAG Corps where he was a Captain.
Ken is the host and co-creator with producer Gus Cantavero of the public affairs series In Context. In the monthly In Context War Reports, Ken and Gus are joined by In Context’s military affairs commentator Marchand MacDermotRoe as they report and analyze important developments in the global wars – developments often unreported in the U.S. media.
In 2006, Ken, also, created the series History Counts – many editions of which have been broadcast nationally on the Pacifica Network. In History Counts, Ken and his guests investigate the true facts behind controversial and important historical events including political assassinations and coups d’état.
Ken’s political views are a mixture of libertarianism and populism. He believes that our government should protect, not invade, our personal freedoms while it promotes rising living standards and justice for all Americans. He strongly opposes the inordinate influence of big corporations over public policy.
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