Now dormant, LibertyMcG was created in 2012 as Brian McGlinchey’s tentative first foray into political writing. In the summer of 2014, he found a full-time outlet for his energy as he created 28Pages.org, which served as an information and activism hub for a movement that, two years later, achieved the declassification of 28 pages linking Saudi government officials to the 9/11 hijackers.
A professional freelance copywriter, McGlinchey leads Liberty Messaging, a communications firm for libertarian causes. He continues to examine the war on terror at 28Pages.org and is a contributor at The Libertarian Institute. Follow him on Twitter at @LibertyMcG.
Brian McGlinchey first swore to support and defend the Constitution of the United States at the age of 17, when he enlisted in the United States Army Reserve in the nation’s birthplace–Philadelphia. He would later serve in the Pennsylvania National Guard before graduating from Bucknell University in 1989 and being commissioned as an active duty officer in the United States Army. After a four-year tour that included a deployment to Panama in the wake of the 1989 invasion of Panama, McGlinchey enjoyed a successful career in financial services before turning to writing in 2006.