Scott Horton Interviews Jacob Sullum

Scott Horton, July 02, 2008

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Jacob Sullum, senior editor at Reason magazine, discusses his recent article “Would President McCain Obey The Law?”: the question of whether McCain will continue the criminal spying on its citizens as Bush has done and how he continues to flip-flop and squirm around to avoid answering the question.

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Jacob Sullum is a senior editor at Reason magazine and Reason.com and a nationally syndicated columnist. Sullum is the author of two critically-acclaimed books: Saying Yes: In Defense of Drug Use and For Your Own Good: The Anti-Smoking Crusade and the Tyranny of Public Health. Sullum’s weekly column is carried by newspapers across the U.S. including the New York Post, Washington Times, and Las Vegas Review-Journal.

5 Responses to “Jacob Sullum”

  1. Please tell me why president Bush on May 9, 2007 signed National Security Presidential Directive 51 and Homeland Security Presidential Directive 20. The people of the US are for some tine now being habituated to the idea of and attack on Iran by Israel and the US. What in your opinion is the probability that president Bush will invoke NSPD 51 after such an attack and before the elections?
    Juri Taht
    Chief of Estonian Service
    Voice of America (retired)

  2. I’d say low.

  3. what has happened to charles Goyette on this site, has he stopped putting forward interviews?

  4. Charles’ contract with KFNX was sadly not renewed. We expect Charles to be back in business soon enough though.

    Check out his website: http://charlesgoyette.com/

  5. Re Scott Horton’s reply here, I’d say, “wishful thinking”.

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