Cliff Kincaid serves as president of America's Survival. Inc., (ASI), a U.N. watchdog group, and as editor of the Accuracy in Media (AIM) Report. Through ASI, Cliff publishes reports and holds conferences critical of the United Nations. ASI is currently engaged in an educational campaign about the U.N.'s Law of the Sea Treaty, exposing how the measure affects American sovereignty and access to resources. Cliff's recent articles on this matter have appeared in the Washington Times and Human Events. ASI also:
- Was the first national organization to warn of global taxes and the International Criminal Court, holding news conferences on these matters at the National Press Club and on Capitol Hill.
- Exposed the illegal practice of the Clinton Administration diverting money from the Department of Defense budget to U.N. peacekeeping.
- Exposed the role of U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan in brokering a Clinton Administration deal with Libya in the Pan Am 103 terrorism case.
A veteran journalist and media critic, Cliff concentrated in journalism and communications at the University of Toledo, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree, and came to Washington through a national journalism program headed by conservative author and journalist M. Stanton Evans. At his college newspaper, Cliff won an award for editorial writing from the Society of Professional Journalists.
Cliff has appeared on scores of television and radio programs, including the Fox News programs Hannity & Colmes, The O'Reilly Factor, and Your World with Neil Cavuto. In the 1980s, he was a guest co-host on CNN's Crossfire (filling in for Pat Buchanan). His comments on media controversies have recently been featured in the Washington Post, the Washington Times, the Chicago Tribune, and PR Week.
His national exclusives have included stories about a National Public Radio reporter receiving $26,000 from the pro-U.N. lobby and a former president of the U.N. Correspondents Association getting money from the U.N.
Cliff served on the staff of Human Events newspaper for several years and was an editorial writer and newsletter editor for former National Security Council staffer Oliver North at his Freedom Alliance educational foundation. He has written or co-authored nine books on media and cultural affairs and foreign policy issues.