About the Author
Dr. Roger Canfield is a respected political analyst and public information officer, having served as a public policy consultant for the California legislature from 1980-2000. Roger is a former daily political columnist for the Sacramento Union and former host of a radio talk show, "Under the Dome." His articles have appeared in such publications as Military magazine, Human Events, National Review, New American, Dispatches, WorldNet Daily and many newspapers. He received the "Medal of Patriotic Commander" from the families and survivors of the Nicaragua Resistance honoring his assistance in the liberation of the Nicaraguan people from Communist rule. He earned a Ph.D. in Government from the Claremont Graduate School in Claremont, Calif., and published his dissertation as "Black Ghetto Riots and Campus Disorders." He has studied and taught international relations and, like his father, is a U.S. Navy veteran. Most recently he served as executive director of the U.S. Intelligence Council. During his tenure, he co-authored the book, "China Doll: Clinton, Gore and the Selling of the U.S. Presidency," with USIC Chairman Richard A. Delgaudio.