Who We Are

Editor-in-Chief

Joseph Ford Cotto, 1st Baron Cotto, GCCCR covered current events and style for The Washington Times's Communities section, where he interviewed personalities ranging from Fmr. Ambassador John Bolton to Dionne Warwick. Cotto was also a writer for Blogcritics Magazine and Yahoo's contributor network, among other publications. In 2014, H.M. King Kigeli V of Rwanda bestowed a hereditary knighthood upon him, which was followed by a barony the next year.




Chairman of the Editorial Board

Paul E. Gottfried is Raffensperger Professor of Humanities Emeritus at Elizabethtown College, where he taught for twenty-five years. He is a Guggenheim recipient and a Yale PhD. He writes for many websites and scholarly journals and is the author of thirteen books, most recently Fascism: Career of a Concept and Revisions and Dissents. His books have been translated into multiple languages and seem to enjoy special success in Eastern Europe. 





Editorial Board Members

Allan C. Brownfeld received B.A. from the College of William and Mary, J.D. from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law of the College of William and Mary, and M.A. from the University of Maryland. Served as a member of the faculties of St. Stephen's Episcopal School, Alexandria, Virginia and the University College of the University of Maryland. The recipient of a Wall Street Journal Foundation Award, he has written for such newspapers as The Houston PressThe Washington Evening StarThe Richmond Times Dispatch, and The Cincinnati Enquirer. His column appeared for many years in Roll Call, the newspaper of Capitol Hill. His articles have appeared in The Yale ReviewThe Texas QuarterlyOrbisModern AgeThe Michigan QuarterlyThe Commonweal and The Christian Century. His essays have been reprinted in a number of text books for university courses in Government and Politics. For many years, his column appeared several times a week in papers such as The Washington TimesThe Phoenix Gazette and the Orange County Register. He served as a member of the staff of the U.S. Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, as Assistant to the research director of the House Republican Conference and as a consultant to members of the U.S. Congress and to the Vice President. He is the author of five books and currently serves as contributing editor of The St. Croix Review and editor of Issues, an American Council for Judaism periodical. He also was associate editor of The Lincoln Review.

Jacquie Kubin is a thirty year veteran of print and online publishing, presently publishing CommDigiNews. She has published over 30,000 articles for journalists writing about politics, health, science, entertainment, and travel. She is a twice award winning journalist and world wanderer. 








Harrison Burge is a staff writer for the publishing company Sovereign Man. He is also a research assistant for Bob Wenzel's Economic Policy Journal Daily Alert. Harrison's background includes time as an Air Force officer, consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton, and analyst at Chesapeake Energy. 








Dr. Boyd D. Cathey holds an AB in American history from Pfeiffer University; an MA in American history (as a Thomas Jefferson Fellow), University of Virginia, 1971; and a Ph.D. in European history (as a Richard M. Weaver Fellow), University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain (with highest honors), 1975. He served as assistant to conservative author, Dr. Russell Kirk from 1971 until 1972. He completed post-doctoral studies in philosophy at the Seminaire International St. Pie X, in Switzerland, and served as professor of history at the St. Thomas Seminary, Ridgefield, CT, 1979-1980, and then as professor of history in the Seminario San Pio X, Buenos Aires, Argentina.  He was Archivist with the N. C. Division of Archives and History from 1981 until 2002; then State Registrar of the N. C. Division of Archives and History from 2002 until 2011 (retired).
Among his publications are:  Insuring the Legacy of the Past: A Brief Guide to Selecting or Starting an Archival Program.  Chapel Hill: Southern Historical and Folklife Collections, the Academic Affairs Library, and the Center for the Study of the American South, 1993 (1st Edition), and 2nd edition, Raleigh: State Historical Records Advisory Board, 1999; A Legacy Preserved: North Carolina's Local Records Educational Assistance Program, 1996-1999. Raleigh: State Historical Records Advisory Board, 2000; and he collaborated on the volume Spanish Carlism and Polish Nationalism: The Borderlands of Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries. Charlottesville: Leopolis Press, 2003. Additionally, he has published widely in various venues, including The Salisbury Review,  Polonia Christiana, The Confederate VeteranThe Abbeville InstituteThe RemnantThe Unz ReviewCommunities Digital News, and other journals, on history, political theory, classical music, and current affairs. His writings have been published in French, Spanish, Italian, Polish, and Russian.
Dr. Cathey is a resident of Wake County, North Carolina.
Chris Rossini is Editor of The Ron Paul Liberty Report and media coordinator for Ron Paul. He formerly wrote for EconomicPolicyJournal.com and Target Liberty. Chris is author of 'Set Money Free: What Every American Needs To Know About The Federal Reserve'.

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