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    Q&A with Glenn Kessler

    Author and reporter Glenn Kessler discussed his role as fact checker for The Washington Post. In his newspaper column and online, he examines the statements of political figures and…

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    Q&A with Former President George W. Bush

    Former President George W. Bush talked about his memoir Decision Points. The program took place on the campus of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, where his presidential library was…

    193,809 views
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    Q&A with Michelle Fields

    Video Journalist Michelle Fields talked about her reporting on various issues for the Daily Caller 24-hour news site. She discussed an early interview with actor Matt Damon and his…

    68,978 views
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    Q&A with S.E. Cupp

    Author, columnist, and television commentator S.E. Cupp talked about her life, work, and being a conservative political commentator. She appears regularly on television programs such…

    66,839 views
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    Q&A with Ross Douthat

    Journalist Ross Douthat became the youngest regular op-ed writer in the history of the New York Times, spoke about his career as a writer and his interests in journalism. He is a…

    50,221 views
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    Q&A with Antony Beevor

    Antony Beevor talked about his newly released historical narrative, The Second World War. He spoke about the origins of the conflict spanning from before Hitler’s invasion of Poland…

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    Q&A with Charles Bolden

    Charles Bolden talked about his experiences as an astronaut and his current duties as NASA administrator. He discussed some of the more than 100 missions he flew over North Vietnam,…

    28,205 views
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    Q&A with Naomi Schaefer Riley

    Naomi Schaefer Riley spoke about her new book in which she argues that teacher tenure is a primary factor in the rapid rise of university tuition costs. She suggested that tenure…

    26,510 views
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    Q&A with Mitch Daniels

    Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels answered questions from Purdue University students, and he talked about his book, Keeping the Republic. He also spoke about state and local politics and his…

    24,086 views
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    Q&A with Russ Roberts and John Papola

    Economics Professor Russ Roberts and filmmaker John Papola spoke about their two rap videos on economics. The most recent was “Fight of the Century.” Their videos cover the…

    21,295 views
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    Q&A with Christopher Hitchens

    Christopher Hitchens was interviewed in his home about his life and work following a diagnosis of esophageal cancer. He authored over a dozen books including his recent memoir,…

    19,232 views
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    Q&A with Fred Grandy

    Former Congressman Fred Grandy spoke about his experiences during his varied career as an actor, congressman, and radio commentator. He co-hosts, with Andy Parks, “The Grandy and…

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    Q&A with Christopher Hitchens

    Christopher Hitchens talked about his career as a writer and social critic, as well as his views on religion, politics, international affairs, and journalism. He is a contributing…

    16,664 views
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    Q&A with Mitt Romney

    Governor Mitt Romney was interviewed about his possible candidacy for president in 2008, his experiences as governor of Massachusetts and his political philosophy. Topics included his…

    16,430 views
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    Q&A with Terry Teachout

    Terry Teachout talked about his biography of Louis Armstrong called Pops: A Life of Louis Armstrong (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009). Louis Armstrong was a jazz musician who influenced the…

    14,658 views
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    Q&A with Nick Gillespie

    Nick Gillespie talked about his book The Declaration of Independents: How Libertarian Politics Can Fix What’s Wrong with America. The book, written with Matt Welch, examined the…

    10,383 views
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    Q&A with Judy Shelton

    Judy Shelton is an economist who has written 15 pieces for the Wall Street Journal over the past two years. She is the author of several books including Money Meltdown in 1994 and The…

    10,081 views
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    Q&A with Melanie Sloan

    Melanie Sloan spoke about her work as Executive Director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, also known as CREW. CREW began in 2003 and is a 501 (c)(3)…

    9,407 views
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    Q&A With Angela Rye

    Angela Rye, talked about her role in developing legislative and political strategy for the Congressional Black Caucus, which she said is often referred to as the “conscience of the…

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    Q&A with Gerald Blaine and Clint Hill

    Gerald Blaine and Clint Hill, two former Secret Service agents, spoke about the day that President Kennedy was assassinated. They also talked about the assassination’s conspiracy…

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