Ladies and lizards (and lizards who are ladies), Id like to introduce you to associate professor at North Carolina Wesleyan, Jane T. Christensen. (Hat tip: Drew.)
Here is her faculty web page, proudly reeking of antisemitism and conspiracy mania.
Here is the course shes teaching for the Spring 2005 semester: (POL 495) 911 The Road to Tyranny.
Read the whole page. Youre not going to believe her recommended web sites and reading sources.
And here is her final exam for (POL302) The American Presidency
Instructions: Write essays on each of the following 4 questions (25 points each). Your answers should be at least one page each, no less. You will be graded on your writing and organizational skills as well as your ability to bring the readings into your discussion. This test is designed to see how well you have thought about the materials we have read and discussed and your ability to discuss these materials after you have reflected on them.
1. How has the war on terrorism contributed to the powers of the Bush presidency? (Discuss at least 4 ways).
2. Discuss the sweeping attack on democratic rights under the Bush administration and what this means for the future of democratic government in America.
3. Whose interests are served by the foreign and domestic policies of the Bush administration?
4. Describe and discuss the role of the Bush advisors. Who are they? What is their agenda? And how is it being carried out?
This lady is amazing although I am sure Howard Dean might offer her a job if she keeps this up!
Here is some of the syllabus of 911 The Road to tyranny
Feb. 8-10 The Pentagon Optical Illusion
Film: In Plane Sight
Reading: Presentation by Thierry Meyssan
Feb. 15-17 9/11 The Great Illusion
Film: George Humphrey,9/11 The Great Illusion
Reading: Geo. Humphrey, 9/11 The Great Illusion
Feb. 22-24 9/11 The Road to Tyranny
Film: Alex Jones, 9/11 The Road to Tyranny
Reading: Select articles from Alex's 911 archive
9/11 The Movie
Film: Michael Moore,Farenheit 9/11
Reading: An open letter to Michael Moore
All of this is fine on a personal web site, but this is a site that students shouldn't be afraid to visit and trust me I would be afraid, very afraid!