Founding Principal Amos Jones believes that so-called "experts," who are paid to study phenomena, are supposed to be able to make accurate predictions, to foresee what is probably next for the furtherance of human progress. Therefore, as a reliable, sober, and frank prognosticator with a noteworthy track record, Mr. Jones engages the public through interactive media appearances.
Recently, he executive produced "Preserving the Historic Black Churches of Lexingon, KY." This October 5, 2017, original documentary is based on Attorney Jones's eighteen years of primary research and exposits legal protections extended to African slaves in the 1700s and 1800s without Fourteenth Amendment coverage. Attorney Jones's project invented the "Emergency Lecture" as a method of 21st-Century scholastic intervention and community organizing. Here, from the chapel of the historic Main Street Baptist Church, he conceptualized "heritage crises" phenomena and spawned establishment of the African-American Trust for Historic Preservation LLC to develop and deploy such approaches nationally. Full, high-definition screening is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=976&v=csm7Bzah4no. Attorney Jones now serves the ATHP seasonally as Professor in Residence (Constitutional Law).
On Sunday, September 7, 2014, the New York Timesquoted Mr. Jones in its front-page exposé by a team of investigative reporters covering lobbying-disclosure scandals arising from apparent violations of foreign-intercourse law.
National Review similarly quoted him in a May 22, 2015, article breaking out his comments.
HuffPost Live featured Professor Jones as a legal ethicist assessing alleged prosecutorial misconduct in the Central Park 7 case on May 8, 2013.
The (Harvard Law School) Recordpublished his exclusive analysis of the black electorate on March 1, 2016, and again in November of that year, in which he predicted days before the election that African-American voting trends indicaed that “Hillary Clinton will surely lose this election” atop his painstaking electoral analysis more than a decade in the making.
Forwardon June 7, 2018, quoted him extensively in its coverage of "[t]he Jewish Gastroenterologist Who Worked As An Agent For An Arab Sheikdom" and on October 23, 2018, in the publication headlined “Did This Pro-Israel Superstar Work As A Secret Agent On College Campuses?“
Baptist News Global quoted Attorney Jones in December 2015 coverage of the calling of a new Senior Pastor and policy processes at the church where he formerly held membership in Washington, D.C.
The Spanish-language Periodismo Sin Fronteras on October 22, 2016, relied on his analysis to substantiate its reporting on alleged pay-to-play going on at leading U.S. think-tanks in furtherance of their foreign benefactors' political objectives.
The Times of Israel quoted him in a January 25, 2016, legislative roundup covering a foreign-lobbying law proposed in the Knesset.
The Turkish television news network TRT World interviewed Attorney Jones in studio on February 22, 2019, during its D.C. Direct television segment for his expert commentary following President Trump’s emergency border declaration.
Attorney Jones appeared again on TRT World for a series of live, in-studio October 2019 commentaries, as the presidential impeachment controversy took form and global news outlets sought serious, objective, dispassionate analysis based on facts and law, rather than feelings and emotion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjH3Ik4XBXs