Tuesday, April 8, 2008
Jonathon Moseley has served in many areas of politics and public affairs. He is currently Executive Director of American Border Control (formerly the U.S. Seaport Commission) which works for 100% American control of ports of entry, including ending Chinese control of Pier J in Long Beach.
Mr. Moseley founded Shale Oil Now [http://www.ShaleOilNow.com] to promote energy independence, and is the author of a series on energy solutions. He was previously Executive Director of the Legal Affairs Council. In the 1980's, Mr. Moseley worked for a strong national defense and against the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan at General Graham's High Frontier and the Heritage Foundation's Center for Peace and Freedom, after interning in Congress.
For several years he was an elected, voting member of the Arlington County Republican Committee and the Loudoun County Republican Committee. Moseley has worked on many Congressional and State campaigns, including Christine O'Donnell's Senatorial bid against Joe Biden in Delaware, and once ran for office in Virginia. He spent five years in the U.S. Department of Education, including in the Center for Choice in Education. Moseley also helped start a church as a missionary in Latvia and taught business in Eastern Europe as part of International Trendsetters.
After law school, he worked as a lawyer at Larry Klayman's Judicial Watch, working on the "File Gate" case involving Republican FBI files improperly accessed by the Clinton Administration. He is the author of a novel about post-Soviet Russia Cold Peace. Mr. Moseley studied Physics at Hampshire College, then earned a degree in Finance from the University of Florida, where he was also a columnist for the university newspaper, and a law degree from George Mason University.