http://patriotsquestion911.com/professors.html (about half were excluded from my list, below)
William Willers, PhD – Professor Emeritus, Biology and Microbiology, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Founder and President, Superior Wilderness Action Network. Editor of Learning to Listen to the Land and Unmanaged Landscapes: Voices For Untamed Nature.
James Petras, PhD – Bartle Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Binghamton University, SUNY, New York, and Adjunct Professor at Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Author and co-author of numerous books on society, economic systems, and social justice, including: Mediterranean Paradoxes: The Politics and Social Structure of Southern Europe (1994), Globalization Unmasked: Imperialism in the 21st Century (2001), The Dynamics of Social Change in Latin America (2004), A System in Crisis: The Dynamics of Free Market Capitalism (2004), Social Movements and State Power (2005), Empire with Imperialism: The Globalizing Dynamics of Neoliberal Capitalism (2006)
Michael Keefer, PhD – Professor, College of Arts, University of Guelph. Former President, Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English. Graduate, Royal Military College of Canada.
Diana Ralph, PhD – Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Carleton University. Author of Work and Madness: The Rise of Community Psychiatry.
Benjamin Demott, PhD (1924 - 2005) – Mellon Professor of Humanities Emeritus, Amherst College. Former board member, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Author of several works of cultural criticism, including Junk Politics: The Trashing of the American Mind (2005), Killer Woman Blues: Why Americans Can't Think Straight about Gender and Power (2000) and The Trouble With Friendship: Why Americans Can't Think Straight about Race (1995).
Clare Brandabur, PhD – Assistant Professor, English Literature, Dogus University.
Bryan Sacks – Adjunct Professor, Department of English and Philosophy, Drexel University. Contributing author to Elsevier's The Hidden History of 9/11 ("The Compromised 9-11 Commission").
Lt. Col. Stephen L. Butler, EdD, U.S. Air Force (ret) – Former Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the Defense Language Institute. Served as a B-52 Radar Navigator in the Gulf War. 24-year Air Force career.
Eric Karlstrom, PhD – Professor of Geography, California State University, Stanislaus. Former Professor of Geography at Northern Arizona University and The University of Kansas. Author or co-author of 23 professional papers on soils, geomorphology, and paleoclimate which have been published in peer-reviewed national and international journals. Author of 20 additional papers which have appeared in non-refereed journals, guidebooks, and books. Director and composer of the documentary film An Awakening Journey - Songs and Voices from the Earth (2006). Composer, recording artist and performer (piano, guitar, banjo and vocals) of nine CDs.
Bruce R. Henry, PhD – Professor Emeritus, Mathematics and Computer Science, Worcester State College. Former guidance systems engineer for Polaris and Trident missiles, General Electric Co.
| William Rice, PE – Former Professor of Engineering at Vermont Technical College where he taught engineering materials, structures lab, and other building related courses. Registered Professional Civil Engineer who worked on structural steel and concrete buildings in Boston, New York, and Philadelphia. |
|Horst Ehmke, PhD – Professor of Law, University of Freiburg. Former Minister of Justice (West Germany). Former Minister for Research and Technology. Cabinet Member under Chancellors Kurt Kiesinger and Willy Brandt 1966 - 1974. Author of Politik der praktischen Vernunft: Aufsätze und Referaten (Pragmatic Politics) (1969), Politik als Herausforderung (The Challenge of Politics) (1974), Democratic Socialism and Eurocommunism: The Policy of Detente and Ideological Controversy (1977), Das Portrait, Horst Ehmke: Reden und Beiträge (Self Portrait of Horst Ehmke: Speeches and Essays) (1980), Beiträge zur Verfassungstheorie und Verfassungspolitik (Writings on Constitutional Theory and Politics) (1981), A Second Phase of Detente (1987), Mittendrin: Von der grossen Koalition zur deutschen Einheit (In the Midst of It: From the Federal Republic to German Unification) (1994).|
Francis Boyle, PhD, LLD – Professor of International Law at the University of Illinois, Champaign. A leading practitioner and advocate of international law. He was responsible for drafting the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, the American implementing legislation for the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention. He served on the Board of Directors of Amnesty International (1988-1992), and represented Bosnia- Herzegovina at the World Court. He holds a Doctor of Law Magna Cum Laude as well as a Ph.D. in Political Science, both from Harvard University.
Paul Zarembka, PhD – Professor of Economics, State University of New York at Buffalo. Editor, The Hidden History of 9-11-2001, published by Elsevier, 2006.
| Morgan Reynolds, PhD – Professor Emeritus, Economics, Texas A&M University. Former Director of the Criminal Justice Center at the National Center for Policy Analysis. Former Chief Economist, U.S. Department of Labor under George W. Bush 2001 - 2002. |
John D. Maguire, PhD – President Emeritus since 1998 of the Claremont University Consortium, and a Senior Fellow and faculty member of Claremont Graduate University's School of Politics and Economics. He concurrently serves as a fellow at the Institute for Democratic Renewal, directing projects on racial and social justice and the renewal of democracy. He served as president of the State University of New York's College at Old Westbury from 1970-81. Dr. Maguire serves on the boards of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, the Tomas Rivera Policy Institute, the Eureka Communities and Union Theological Seminary. Former Director of the Salzburg, Austria Seminar. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Fellow of the Society for Values in Higher Education. Senior Consultant to Project Change.
| Major John M. Newman, PhD, U.S. Army (ret) – Professor of History and International Relations, University of Maryland. Former Executive Assistant to the Director of the National Security Agency. Former military attaché in China. 21-year career in U.S. Army Intelligence. |
Carolyn Baker, PhD – Adjunct Professor of History, New Mexico State University. Author and former psychotherapist. Her books include U.S. History Uncensored: What Your High School Textbook Didn't Tell You (2006), The Journey of Forgiveness: Fulfilling The Healing Process (2000), and Reclaiming the Dark Feminine: The Price of Desire (1996).
| Eric Larsen, PhD - Professor of English, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York 1971 - 2006. Author of A Nation Gone Blind - America in an Age of Simplification and Deceit (2006) and two novels, An American Memory (1989) and I Am Zoë Handke (1994). |
Robert Scheer – Director of the Privacy Project and Clinical Professor, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California. Former instructor University of California; Irvine campus, Los Angeles campus, and Berkeley campus. 30-year journalistic career. Former Managing Editor and Editor-in-Chief of Ramparts magazine. For 15 years, National Correspondent for the Los Angeles Times. Currently, Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of truthdig.com, an online magazine. Author of Playing President: My Close Encounters with Nixon, Carter, Bush I and Clinton (2006), The Five Biggest Lies Bush Told Us about Iraq (2003), Essays on the Pornography of Power (1991); With Enough Shovels: Reagan, Bush and Nuclear War (1982), and America After Nixon: The Age of Multinationals (1974).
Joseph C. Hough, Jr., PhD – President of the Faculty and William E. Dodge Professor of Social Ethics, Union Theological Seminary, Columbia University. Former Dean, Vanderbilt Divinity School. Ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, Congregational. Author of Christian Identity and Theological Education (1985), Beyond Clericalism: The Congregation As a Focus for Theological Education (1988), Theology and the University (1991), The Theological Work of the University Scholar (1992).
Richard A. Horsley, PhD – Distinguished Professor of Liberal Arts and Former Chair of the Department of the Study of Religion, University of Massachusetts, Boston. Author of more than fifty articles and a dozen books on religion and society, including; Christian Origins: A People's History Of Christianity (2006), Religion and Empire: People, Power, and the Life of the Spirit (2003), Jesus and Empire: The Kingdom of God and the New World Disorder (2002).
Clark A. Kucheman, PhD – Arthur V. Stoughton Professor of Christian Ethics, Claremont McKenna College. Former Assistant Professor, Divinity School, University of Chicago. Former Lieutenant, U.S. Air Force. Contributing author, Ethics, Religion, and the Good Society: New Directions in a Pluralistic World (1992) and Terrorism, Justice and Social Values (1990). Editor, The Life of Choice: Some Liberal Religious Perspectives on Morality (1978).
Robert S. Ellwood, PhD – Distinguished Emeritus Professor of Religion, University of Southern California. Author and editor of over 25 books on religion, including; The Encyclopedia of World Religions (1998 - 2007), Religions of the World (9th Edition 2004), The Dictionary of Religion (2001), The Politics of Myth (1999), Mysticism and Religion (1998), Many People, Many Faiths (1995).
Rev. David P. Polk, PhD – Former Vice President of Christian Board of Publication and Editor-in-Chief of Chalice Press 1990 - 2003 (ret). Former Harold Glen Brown Associate Professor of Pastoral Ministry, Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University. Also taught at Lexington Theological Seminary and at Coe, Mt. Mercy, and Drury Colleges. Former Senior Pastor, First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Author, co-author, and editor of numerous books on religion, including; Chalice Praise: Pew Edition (2004), Shaken Foundations: Sermons from America's Pulpits After the Terrorist Attacks (2001), You Might Be a Disciple If (1997), And the Angels Wept: From the Pulpits of Oklahoma City After the Bombing (1995), Now What's a Christian to Do? (1994), If Only I Had Known: Dramatic Monologues for Advent and Lent (1994), Partners in Prayer (1996), Education of the Practical Theologian (1990), On the Way to God: An Exploration into the Theology of Wolfhart Pannenberg (1988).
Kerry S. Walters, PhD – Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Department of Philosophy, Gettysburg College. Co-founder of the Center for Nonviolent Living. Director of PeaceWay: A Ministry of Christian Nonviolence. Co-editor of Episcopal Peace Witness the national quarterly of the Episcopal Peace Fellowship. Author and editor of numerous books on philosophy and ethics, including; Merciful Meekness: Becoming A Spiritually Integrated Person (2004), Finding Perfect Joy With St. Francis of Assisi (2002), Godlust: Facing the Demonic, Embracing the Divine (2000), Benjamin Franklin and His Gods (1998), Re-Thinking Reason - New Perspectives in Critical Thinking (1994), Rational Infidels: The American Deists (1992)
James Fetzer, PhD – Distinguished McKnight University Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Minnesota. Former Captain, U.S. Marine Corps. He has published more than 100 articles and reviews and authored, co-authored, and edited over 20 books on the philosophy of science, the theory of knowledge, and the theoretical foundations of computer science, artificial intelligence, and cognitive science, including: Computers and Cognition: Why Minds are not Machines (2002) and The Evolution of Intelligence (2004).
James K. Powell II, PhD – Visiting Assistant Professor, Buddhist Studies, Department of the Languages and Cultures of Asia, University of Wisconsin.
Four Arrows, aka Don Trent Jacobs, EdD, PhD – Professor of Educational Leadership, Fielding Graduate University. Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, Northern Arizona University. Former Dean of Education, Oglala Lakota College. Former U.S. Marine Corps officer. Author of 12 books, including Primal Awareness and Teaching Virtues: Building Character Across the Curriculum; lead author American Assassination: The Strange Death of Senator Paul Wellstone. Editor of the University of Texas Press text, Unlearning the Language of Conquest. Contributing author to Elsevier's The Hidden History of 9/11 ("The Military Exercises of 9/11: Bizarre Coincidence or Something Else?").
David Gabbard, EdD – Professor, College of Education, East Carolina University. Editor, Public Resistance, an Academic Journal to Confront the Lies of the Right
Walter E. Davis, PhD – Associate Professor, College of Education, Health and Human Services, Kent State University.
Richard W. Behan, PhD – Professor Emeritus of Natural Resource Policy and Dean Emeritus of the School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University 1975 - 1993. Former Professor of Natural Resource Policy, University of Montana. Former Member of the Board of Directors of the Forest History Society, American Forestry Association, and Council of Forestry School Executives. Author of nearly 100 articles and papers on public land management, economics, and politics. Author of Plundered Promise (2001) and Ecology, Economics, Environment (1971).
Note of acknowledgement: Most of this excellent data was compiled by Alan Miller. For the latest version of this chart on his website: http://patriotsquestion911.com/professors.html. Please note that most of the individuals listed above are not affiliated with this website.
.../...And so I began a several month period of researching the events of 9/11. I found a great deal of material challenging the 9/11 Commission Report on web sites like 911truth.org, physics911.net, Scholars for 9/11 Truth and many others. I attended a lecture by Prof. David Ray Griffin. I learned much about what has become known as the 9/11 Truth Movement.
My objective, at this point, is to have our government launch a new, extremely thorough and impartial re-examination of the terrible acts of 9/11 and the events leading up to them. In my opinion, and in the opinion of the above listed experienced individuals, the current 9/11 Commission Report is seriously inadequate in explaining what really happened.
For the sake of those who died on 9/11, their families, the American people, and for the sake of peace in the world, please continue to seek the truth about 9/11. Demand a thorough and impartial reinvestigation of 9/11.
Get your Rapture hats ready, kiddies! The sky is falling, and our wise gift of nuclear winter will propel us all into the loving arms of the all-knowing and all-everywhere G-d.
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