With much thanks to a Lincoln Journal Star reporter who was kind enough to e-mail information on Todd Paddock.
Cut & Pasted from the E-mail; Paddock accumulated academic degrees in various locales.
He earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan, a master's in communication at Cornell University, a doctorate in sociology at Indiana University.
He got a taste of Silicon Valley between two revolutions in technology - that of the personal-computer revolution and, later, the Internet - writing software manuals for IBM. Paddock left for Philadelphia to write about environmental issues for the Academy of Natural Sciences, then began his post-graduate journey.
After getting his degrees, Paddock landed a job at Nebraska Wesleyan.
"It wasn't a good fit," Paddock said of the job there, which ended last May. The university, he said, didn't renew his contract.
There you have it readers Todd Paddock spent years as a professional student bouncing around the country before the winds of enviromental activism and a liberal education blew him into a position at Nebraska Wesleyan, where he was subsequently, for unknown reasons, fired.
Todd Paddack has no apparent ties to the community, has only been here a very short time, which should make one wonder how long he intends to remain here.
Apparently Todd has had enough of academia, or maybe more appropriately academia has had enough of him. Now he wants to foray into the local politics of a farm community where he can try to impliment all the things he theorized about in the classroom.
Sounds a little like Hillary doesn't it?