Today on TJ Radio: Jim Fetzer, Adam Stulberg

ruth Jihad Radio Fri. 3/18/11, 1-3 pm Central, American Freedom Radio (archived here.) Call-in number: (402) 237-2525 or post your questions to my Facebook page.

First hour: Jim Fetzer of Scholars for 9/11 Truth. Jim was recently vilified by Kevin Ryan for (among other things) having enthusiastically endorsed the work of 9/11 researcher Judy Wood back in 2006. Then, a few weeks later, Jim was vilified by various pro-Judy-Wood people, including my old friend Eric Larsen, for not being an enthusiastic enough supporter of Judy Wood!

Judy, it seems, has a new book out. Many people (not all Judy fans) have told me it's pretty good. Eric Larsen, a Judy fan and brilliant novelist and social critic who was the truth movement's best writer (and my frequent radio guest) until he retreated into literature a few years ago, recently wrote to Alan Miller at "In my own view, Dr. Wood's being omitted is like dropping Shakespeare from an anthology of Elizabethan literature." Unfortunately, Judy herself has ignored my requests for a review copy and an interview. So let's hear what the unjustly vilified Dr. Fetzer has to say.

Second hour: Adam Stulberg of We will be discussing religion, mysticism, poetry, The Singularity, and such questions as Is There Life After Lunch? , If The New Agers Had A Tag-Team Match With the Traditionalists Who Would Win? and Is Charlie Sheen Approaching the Singularity?

After earning his B.A. in Study of Religion from University of California, Los Angeles, Adam launched a successful career as a songwriter and performing musician. In 2003 he went on hiatus from the music business, embarking upon a three year period of intensive research in contemporary sciences: quantum physics, cosmology, complexity/chaos theory, and evolutionary biology. An M.A. in Education from Antioch University Los Angeles credentialed Adam to teach: he is now Continuing Education Faculty at Otis College of Art and Design and also works with Rock the Classroom, a nonprofit dedicated to restoring music education in under-served public schools.

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