Joseph joined Pacific Legal Foundation’s communications team in 2018. He oversees social media, podcasting, and video production with a special focus on producing binge-worthy serial content to attract a loyal following.
Joseph studied film theory and playwriting at Webster University in St Louis and obtained a Masters in Applied Politics from The George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management. It was here, surrounded by America’s future politicians and campaign managers, that he decided to make a career fighting government abuse. He previously worked at the Institute for Humane Studies, where he oversaw Learn Liberty, a libertarian YouTube channel with over 160,000 subscribers.
In his spare time, he plugs away at a pet writing project: a 900-page book on the television series King of the Hill.
A version of this article will appear in The Culture Issue, the Spring 2020 edition of PLF’s magazine Sword&Scales ~~~ In classic westerns, the heroes and villains are straightforward. Bad guys wear black hats and descend on a small town protected by the white-hatted local lawman. We head toward a violent climax and when the ...