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Interviews originally posted in 4 / 2005

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So Help Me God
by Roy Moore

Torpedo Juice
by Tim Dorsey

The Way Home
by Ernestine Bradley

The Majority Rules
by Eugene Sullivan

Smashed
by Koren Zailckas

Wolves in Chic Clothing
by Jill Kargman

The Sociopath Next Door
by Martha Stout

Jefferson's Vendetta
by Joseph Wheelan

The 3-Hour Diet
by Jorge Cruise

The Bonus Army
by Paul Dickson

Without Apology
by Leah Hager Cohen

Break, Blow, Burn
by Camille Paglia

Cross Your Heart and Hope to Die
by Nancy Martin

The Ha-Ha
by Dave King

William Pitt the Younger
by William Hague

Saturday
by Ian McEwan

With No One As Witness
by Elizabeth George

No Place Like Home
by Mary Higgins Clark

Instant Persuasion
by Laurie Puhn

My Life So Far
by Jane Fonda

The Incredible World of Spy-Fi
by Danny Biederman

God's Politics
by Jim Wallis

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
by Jonathan Safran Foer

Saving Cascadia
by John J. Nance

Nothing's Sacred
by Lewis Black

High Definition Life
by Luis Palau


These women all were, in their day, ridiculed and ostracized. Almost all were tracked by the FBI. Several were thrown in jail. And they really stood up because what they were doing, they knew, was in the best interests of the country. We look back and see how heroic they were.

- Karenna Gore Schiff
Lighting the Way


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"Blueprint for Action" by Thomas Barnett

"Bush Country" by John Podhoretz

"Step Across This Line" by Salman Rushdie
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