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Truth and Liberty Blog with Scott A. Keisler
News, Politics and Analysis from a distinctly Christian perspective.
Scott has nearly 15 years of experience as an independent author, citizen journalist and blogger. His articles and multi-media content have received hundreds of thousands of views in virtually every country around the globe.
In 2012 Scott released his debut book \'The Omega Manifesto\' which exposes the history and strategies of the Luciferian New World Order. The two hour info-film \'Dragon\'s Deception\' was released shortly afterward and is based loosely on the book.
Scott has been a guest on The Hagmann Report and has interviewed knowledgeable and well-known guests such as Ray Comfort, Russ Dizdar, Joe Hagmann, Tom Horn, Gary Kah, Dr. Stanley Monteith, Cris Putnam, Pastor Doug Riggs, Carl Teichrib and others.
Scott co-edited the paperback book \'When the Cross Became a Sword\' by Merrill Bolender (2011). He also co-edited several editions of the Hope for the World Newsletter, a quarterly publication from the ministry of Gary H. Kah.
Scott is currently a contributor at Before It\'s News and his articles have been featured on many alternative media and ministry platforms including SteveQuayle.com and SkyWatch TV.
Scott also tried his hand at sports writing and was a volunteer contributor at CollegeHoopsNet.com, a now-defunct website that covered men\'s Division I college basketball. Scott has been credentialed to cover Indiana University football, Indiana Pacers basketball and Mid-Continent Conference men\'s basketball (now the Summit League). Scott covered the 2004 Mid-Con Tournament Championship in Kansas City, MO, a game nationally televised by ESPN 2.
Scott has a B.A. in Journalism from Indiana University and a Master of Theological Studies from Anderson University.
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