Joined the staff of The John Birch Society in 1976 as a researcher and soon became a contributing editor to the Society’s magazines, American Opinion and The Review of the News. When those publications merged in 1985 to become THE NEW AMERICAN, Mr. Jasper continued to serve as a writer and contributing editor until 1990, when he was promoted to the position of Senior Editor.
Over the past three decades, William Jasper has researched and written extensively on foreign and domestic politics, national security, education, immigration, constitutional issues, the culture war, and most notably, the United Nations. His renown investigative journalist and insightful analyst abilities on a wide array of topics, has made William Jasper a frequent and highly sought guest on many radio and television programs.
Both books were praised by many as the most authoritative and detailed expose’ of the UN ever written.
Mr. Jasper’s coverage of UN events has included attendance at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, the UN 50th Anniversary Founding celebration in San Francisco, the July 1998 UN Summit on the International Criminal Court in Rome, and the UN Millennium Summit in New York City during September 2000.