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Dr. Jack Wheeler is Editor of To The Point News. From the time Jack was a young boy, he was adventuresome. At age 12, he became the youngest Eagle Scout in Boy Scout history and was honored as such at the White House by President Dwight Eisenhower. At age 14, he climbed the Matterhorn in Switzerland. At 16, a clan of Shuara Jivaro headhunters in the Amazon adopted him. At 17, he hunted and killed a man-eating tiger responsible for the deaths of over 20 Montagnard tribespeople in the highlands of South Vietnam. And he owns a spot in The Guinness Book of World Records for the first free fall sky-dive in history at the North Pole. In the 1980s he conducted a series of extensive visits to anti-Soviet guerrilla insurgencies in Nicaragua, Angola, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Cambodia, Laos, and Afghanistan, and to democracy movements in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. These visits made him an unofficial liaison between these nations and the Reagan White House. Based on his experiences with anti-Soviet insurgencies, he developed the strategy for dismantling the Soviet Empire adopted by the White House known as the "Reagan Doctrine.” It worked. Because of his love for adventure, Jack has traveled to over 180 countries and all seven continents and leads two or three expeditions a year. In his spare time, he consults for a number of international corporations on geopolitical strategy. He also advises a number of Congressional offices on issues regarding political and economic freedom throughout the world and in the United States. He received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Southern California, where he lectured on Aristotelian ethics.