Mr. Streitz is a member of the Shakespeare-Oxford Society, the
Shakespeare Fellowship and the Shakespeare Association of
America. He is the founder of the Oxford Institute, dedicated to the
promotion of Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford as the author
"William Shakesepeare."

Mr. Streitz frequently lectures about the Earl of Oxford. He is the
director of the Oxford Institute, which has given symposiums on
Oxford at Harvard University and lectured at the Universities of
London and Cambridge.

The Oxford Institute also gave a commemorative birthday dinner for
Oxford in 2000 with Sir Derek Jacobi, noted Shakespearean actor, as
speaker.

Mr. Streitz has an AB from Hamilton and an MBA from the University
of Chicago. He was an infantry platoon leader with the 82nd Airborne
in Vietnam.

He is co-author of the musicals
Oh, Johnny and Madison Avenue, the
subliminal musical
. He is the creator and lyric contributor to the
Country and Western band,
Connee and the Cowgirls. He is the
author of
The Great American College Tuition Rip-Off and America
First, Why Americans Must End Free Trade, Stop Outsourcing and
Close Our Open Borders

He lives contentedly in Sagle, Idaho, with goats and cows and pigs
and chickens.

To see his other works to
www.shakespeareidentified.com