Q and A (C-SPAN)
Q&A: Jessica Stern04/20/15
[ISIS: The State of Terror] Co-Author Jessica Stern talks about the genesis and growth of the terror organization and its goals, mission, and methods. She also speaks on terrorism's impact in the Middle East and how ISIS differs from other groups.
Q&A: Andrew Ferguson
Writer and Weekly Standard Senior Editor Andrew Ferguson talks about the current crop of 2016 GOP hopefuls, President Obama, Eisenhower Memorial cost overruns, his writing career, and the growing number of journalists and pundits in Washington, D.C.
Q&A: U.S. Senate Youth Program
One hundred and four high school students from all 50 states talk about their participation in the week-long U.S. Senate Youth Program on government and leadership. The program was created in 1962 and has brought over 5,000 students to Washington.
Q&A: Erik Larson
Author Erik Larson discusses his book, [Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania], about the world politics surrounding the 1915 sinking of the Lusitania at the hands of German U-Boat submarines during its voyage from New York to England.
Q&A: Daniel Bolger
Army General Daniel Bolger discusses his book, [Why We Lost: A General's Inside Account of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars], as well as the inherent dangers U.S. forces face in the two war zones and his experiences training Iraqi and Afghan forces.
Q&A: Dr. Adriane Fugh-Berman
Dr. Adriane Fugh-Berman, director of PharmedOut, talks about the organization, the money made by the pharmaceutical industry, the advertising the industry produces, how pharmaceutical companies lobby Congress, and how they try to influence doctors.
Q&A: David Stewart
Author David Stewart discusses his book, [Madison's Gift: Five Partnerships That Built America], about James Madison's friendships and political partnerships with George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, and James Monroe.
Q&A: Anthony Batts
Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts talks about challenges of policing the city, tensions between the community and police, police brutality, the Justice Department's review of practices, and what it was like to grow up poor in Los Angeles.
Q&A: Jan Jarboe Russell
Jan Jarboe Russell discusses her book, [The Train to Crystal City: FDR's Secret Prisoner Exchange and America's Only Family Internment Camp During World War II], about the Texas camp, which was home to Japanese, German and Italian detainees.
Q&A: Thomas Allen Harris
Thomas Allen Harris discusses his film, [Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People], in which he explores how African-Americans have been portrayed in photographic images from the time of slavery up through today.
Q&A: David Brooks
[New York Times] Columnist David Brooks discusses the annual "Sidney" awards, which he gives to his favorite magazine articles and essays from the past year, as well as his approach to writing and how it has changed over the years.
Q&A: Dr. Frances Jensen
Neuroscientist Dr. Frances Jensen talks about her book [The Teenage Brain], the most recent work in the study of the human brain, adolescent development, and the issues of alcohol and drug abuse among teens.
Q&A: Andrew Keen
Author Andrew Keen discusses his book, [The Internet is Not the Answer]," about his objections to the overuse of technology in our society and the creation of what he says are false communities through social networking.
Q&A: Dr. Anthony Fauci
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, talks about growing up in Brroklyn, his career at the agency, and how he has navigated the world of politics during his tenure.
Q&A: Dick Lehr
Dick Lehr discusses his book, [The Birth of a Nation], about the 1915 movie of the same title. The film was shown to President Woodrow Wilson and across the nation despite attempts by newspaper publisher William Monroe Trotter and others to stop it.
Q&A: Janet Murguia
Janet Murguia, president and CEO of the National Council of La Raza, talks about the state of Hispanics in America and possible changes to U.S. immigration policy. She also discusses her background growing up in a working-class family in Kansas City.
Q&A: Glenn Kessler
Glenn Kessler, a reporter for the [Washington Post], talks about his writing career, his approach to the "Fact Checker" blog, how he awards the "Biggest Pinocchio's of 2014," and a video he produced about false statements made by presidents.
Q&A: Katie Pavlich
Townhall.com News Editor Katie Pavlich discusses her book [Assault and Flattery: The Truth About the Left and Their War on Women]. She talks about the political divide in the country between the right and left, and her views on the Republican Party.
Q&A: Manu Raju and John Bresnahan
[Politico] reporters Manu Raju and John Bresnahan discuss incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), his personality, his career in the Senate, and his relationships with Senator Harry Reid (D-NV), President Obama, and his own party.
Q&A: Ann Compton
Former ABC News correspondent Ann Compton discusses her 41-year career covering the White House. She announced her retirement in August.
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