From 1995-2001, S.K. Bain was art director of the Weekly Standard magazine (then published by Rupert Murdoch’s NewsCorp America), where he worked with William Kristol, Fred Barnes, David Brooks, Tucker Carlson and others at one of the most influential political publications in the country.
During part of that time, the Project for the New American Century was co-located with the publication, and next door was the Philanthropy Roundtable, where Bain art directed for Philanthropy magazine. The Roundtable at that point was under the leadership of John P. Walters, who went on to become President George W. Bush’s Drug Czar.
Prior to this, Bain was art director for the Oxford American magazine during the mid-nineties when it was published by John Grisham and located in Oxford, Mississippi. More recently, Bain helped author portions of U.S. Public Law 111-11.
Following the release of The Most Dangerous Book in the World: 9/11 as Mass Ritual, on September 11, 2012, a series of unfortunate incidents befell its author. These events are in part the basis for an explosive new book by investigative author Sherwood Kent entitled, Most Dangerous: A True Story. The compelling backdrop for this intriguing true tale is the 50th anniversary of the J.F.K. assassination in 2013, and the action spans the globe from Boston, Massachusetts to Dallas, Texas to Tupelo, Mississippi to Phoenix, Arizonia to Pretoria, South Africa and beyond.