Davis is an attorney with 26 years in practice, 9 of them representing a federal law enforcement agency.
He is the author of thirteen law review articles, largely on firearm law and the second amendment, which have been cited by the US Supreme Court and eleven of the thirteen U.S. Courts of Appeals.
David is also the author of This Is Not An Assault, a book covering the 1993 Waco incident and has appeared once on Dateline, three times on CNN, and did three segments of NPR, all relating to Waco.
Mr. Hay received his J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center in 1992.
Based in Houston, Alexander has his own practice with a focus on Business and Estate Planning.
Charles is an Arizona certified firearms instructor authorized to teach the state’s “Concealed Carry” course.
He is also a talk show host on KJLL-AM’ Swap Shop as well as their Firing Line and is a spokesman for the Gun Owners of Arizona.
Ed supplemented his degree from the University of Illinois with post graduated studies in Philosophy at the University of Chicago.
He was the founder of Applied Market Research and a pioneer in the use of qualitative market research. As such, Ed is referenced in the introduction to Merton’s The Focused Interview.
For further info: www.poop.org
*Higgs Ph.D., Robert (Bob)
Dr. Higgs, who is a Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute, received his Ph.D. in economics from Johns Hopkins University.
Bob has taught at the University of Washington, Lafayette College and Seattle University. He has been a visiting scholar at Oxford University and Stanford University, and a fellow for the Hoover Institution and the National Science Foundation.
Articles or information provided by Dr. Higgs have appeared in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, San Diego Union-Tribune, Orange County Register, Investor's Business Daily, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Washington Times, Hartford Courant, and others.
Dr. Higgs is the editor of the Independent Institute books:
His authored books include Crisis and Leviathan.
For further info: www.independent.org/tii/tii_info/bios/rhiggs.html
*Idso, Ph.D., Craig
Dr. Craig Idso is the President of the Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change, where he has worked since its inception in January of 1998. He received his B.S. in Geography from Arizona State University, his M.S. in Agronomy from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln, and his Ph.D. in Geography from Arizona State University, where he studied as one of only a handful of University Graduate Scholars.
Craig’s research interests include various aspects of global and environmental change, including climatology and meteorology, along with their impacts on agriculture.
He has published scientific articles on issues relating to data quality, the growing season, the seasonal cycle of atmospheric CO2, and urban CO2 concentrations. The latter item was investigated via a National Science Foundation grant as a faculty researcher in the Office of Climatology at Arizona State University.
In addition he has lectured in Meteorology at Arizona State University as well as in Physical Geography at Mesa and Chandler-Gilbert Community College.
Dr. Idso is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Geophysical Union, American Meteorological Society, Arizona-Nevada Academy of Sciences, Association of American Geographers, and The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
For further info: www.co2science.org
*Idso Ph.D., Keith
Dr. Keith Idso is Vice President of the Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change. He received his B.S. in Agriculture with a major in Plant Sciences from the University of Arizona and his M.S. from the same institution with a major in Agronomy and Plant Genetics. He completed his Ph.D. in Botany at Arizona State University.
During the early 1990s, Dr. Idso became interested in how Earth's plant life responds to increasing levels of atmospheric CO2; and in 1992 produced the most comprehensive literature review on that topic to date. Two years later, he senior-authored a peer-reviewed paper with his father, Dr. Sherwood Idso, that addressed plant responses to increased levels of atmospheric CO2 when growth conditions are less than optimal.
As a graduate student, Dr. Idso developed a love for teaching and won several top awards while instructing students in biological and botanical laboratories and lectures at ASU. He maintains a working relationship with the university and periodically teaches classes within their new plant biology program as a Faculty Associate.
Dr. Idso has also been teaching general biology courses as an Adjunct Professor in the Maricopa County Community College District since 1996. During his final semester at ASU, he coordinated a Service Learning Program that delivered science curricula bi-weekly to fifth grade students at the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Elementary School.
In 1999, Dr. Idso was appointed by the Arizona Speaker of the House of Representatives to serve on the Arizona Advisory Council on Environmental Education, which ensures that state funds will only be given to support environmental education programs in Arizona's K-12 public schools that offer balanced viewpoints on environmental issues based on current peer-reviewed scientific literature.
For further info: www.co2science.org
*Inhaber Ph.D., Herbert
Dr. Inhaber holds a Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics from the University of Oklahoma. His graduate work, also in physics and mathematics, was at the University of Illinois - Urbana.
Herbert is one of the founders of comparative energy risk analysis and is President of Risk Concepts, a consulting firm specializing in risk analysis and related subjects. He was formerly a Senior Risk Assessment Expert at the Harry Reid Center for Environmental Studies, University of Nevada, Las Vegas and has been a Principal Scientist at Westinghouse Savannah River Co., Aiken, South Carolina, where he performed research on risk and energy.
Dr. Inhaber has authored a number of books including:
He has also published about 150 scientific articles and reviews, on subjects such as risk analysis, environmental quality, physics, nuclear energy, economics, mechanical engineering and sociology of science in such journals as Science, Nature, Risk Analysis and Proceedings of the Royal Society of London.
Dr. Inhaber has written over 200 newspaper columns and op-ed pieces in such papers as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Chicago Tribune and the Christian Science Monitor. His work has been cited over 900 times in the scientific literature, including over 200 books and monographs. In terms of risk analysis, he has lectured on the subject in many states and in 15 countries.
Dr. Inhaber was the author of a lead article on risk analysis appearing in the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Energy, and an article on the same subject in the Standard Handbook of Environmental Science, Health, & Technology (McGraw-Hill, 2000).
His work in risk while in Canada was the most-requested study of the agency for which he worked. Dr. Inhaber is a Fellow of the American Nuclear Society, was elected to its International Board of Directors and served for three years as chair of its Public Policy Committee.
He has been on the editorial board of three journals: Risk Analysis, Risk Abstracts, and Scientometrics (sociology of science). He is married to a veterinarian, Donna, and has one child, Mollye.
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