In 1910 Col. Edward Mandell House wrote a novel called Philip Dru: Administrator: A Story of Tomorrow, in which the title character became the sinister dictator of America. Published anonymously under the guise of fiction, the book nevertheless paralleled real events of the time concerning House's own influential and tactical role in shaping U.S. policies with collectivist objectives. A political advisor to President Woodrow Wilson, who affectionately called him his alter ego, House was even provided living quarters within the White House during that administration. For nearly a century since Wilson's presidency we've seen this collectivist agenda advanced by way of perpetual interventionism abroad and centralization of power at home. The following archives of my Weekend Interview Show are the beginning of my attempt to show that these cherished Wilsonian doctrines are dramatically at odds with the principles of individual liberty upon which our Constitution is based. Click on the links below the guests' names to listen; each interview is about an hour.

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These are the mp3 archives of the Philip Dru Interviews, recorded by Scott Horton on Radio KAOS 95.9 FM in Austin, TX between April 12, 2003 and July 3, 2004. There are another 128, recorded on the RBN Network, at WeekendInterviewShow.com. For them all in one spot, go to ScottHortonShow.com, or his blog Stress.

 

Jacob Hornberger
July 3, 2004
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Jacob G. Hornberger

Philip Dru interviews Jacob Hornberger, the Founder and President of the Future of Freedom Foundation, about the dangers of creating a total state like the Germans did, and why liberty happens to work best.

Elaine Cassel
July 3, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Elaine Cassel of
Civil Liberties Watch and FindLaw about her skeptical view of the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decisions in the Padilla, Hamdi, and Guantanamo cases.  Her new book, The War on Civil Liberties: How Bush and Ashcroft Have Dismantled the Bill of Rights will be out soon.

 

Alan Bean
June 19, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Dr. Alan Bean, a former Baptist preacher, President of the Drug Policy Forum of Texas and Executive Director of Friends of Justice- which fought for the release of the victims of the Drug Task Force and Agent Tom Coleman in Tulia, Texas- about that travesty and the possibility of many more.

Frederic Whitehurst
June 5, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Dr. Frederic Whitehurst about his becoming a whistle blower after 12 years of complaining about major flaws in major cases from his job as Supervisor of the FBI Crimelab, about the lab's flaws, some of those cases, why he went public, and what he's doing about it now.

Ron Paul
May 30, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Dr. Ron Paul, member of the United States House of Representatives from District 14 in South Texas at the Libertarian Party National Convention in Atlanta, Georgia about the "War on Terror."

Karen Kwiatkowski
May 22, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Karen Kwiatkowski, a former Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Air Force, about her experiences working near the Neoconservatives in the Pentagon during the run up to the invasion of Iraq, her response to accusations made by them about her credibility, and those same neocons' plan for Empire(pdf). (Oops, I hit record too late for the introduction.  Sorry.)

Anthony Gregory
May 22, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Anthony Gregory, an intern at The Independent Institute, and writer for LewRockwell.com, Antiwar.com, Rational ReviewStrike the Root, Liberty Magazine, and The Libertarian Enterprise about Bush's War on The Bill of Rights.

Jim Gray  
May 15, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews James P. Gray, Superior Court Judge, and author of Why Our Drug Laws Have Failed And What We Can Do About It -- A Judicial Indictment of the War on Drugs, who is running for the U.S. Senate in California as a Libertarian about his positions on the issues, with emphasis on the Drug Wars.

Geoff Neale
May 8, 2004

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Philip Dru interviews Geoffrey Neale, the Chairman of the National Libertarian Party about  libertarian principles, and party politics.

Greg Palast 
May 1, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Greg Palast, who is an investigative reporter for the BBC, The Observer, and The Guardian newspapers, and is the author of the book, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy: The Truth About Globalization, Corporate Cons, and High-Finance Fraudsters about Iraqi oil, voting machines, and why the Republicans protected Bill Clinton.

Jason Sorens
April 24, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Jason Sorens, a lecturer at Yale University, and founder of the Free State Project, about his attempt to get libertarians from everywhere to move to New Hampshire.

Larry Syverson
April 24, 2004
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Larry Syverson's 100th Lunchtime Standout

Philip Dru interviews Larry Syverson from Military Families Speak Out about the war in Iraq.

G. Edward Griffin
April 17, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews G. Edward Griffin, author of The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve and the forthcoming The Freedom Manifesto, about the Federal Reserve System and its consequences.

Charles Key-Rick Ojeda
April 17, 2004

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Philip Dru interviews Charles Key, former Oklahoma State Representative and head of the Oklahoma Bombing Investigation Committee, and former FBI Agent Rick Ojeda about what really happened in that case.

Tad DeHaven
April 10, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews freelance fiscal policy analyst Tad DeHaven about George W. Bush's 2.4 trillion dollar budget. 

Bill Kelsey
April 10, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Bill Kelsey about the situation in Iraq.  He is a pilot for Airserv International, which is an NGO that provides emergency relief aid to war-torn countries in Africa and the Middle East. 

Clyde Cleveland
April 10, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews former Libertarian Party candidate for Governor of Iowa, Clyde Cleveland about why libertarian solutions to environmental problems are superior to the typical cries for more regulation.  He is co-author, with Edward F. Noyes J.D., of the book Restoring the Heart of America: A Return to Government by the People

Matt Barganier
April 3, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Matthew Barganier, who writes the column Collateral Damage for Antiwar.com, and teaches Junior High in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, about the current administration's stupid foreign policy.

Philip Dru
March 27, 2004
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Philip Dru narrates some audio about the Oklahoma City Bombing.

Chris Emery
March 27, 2004
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A follow up interview with Chris Emery, a member of the Oklahoma City Bombing Investigation Committee about the case, and his hopes that the truth is finally getting out.

Linda Taylor
March 6, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Linda Schrock Taylor, a teacher of special education in a Michigan government school, owner of The Learning Clinic, and writer for LewRockwell.com about America's government school nightmare.

 

Tibor Machan
February 28, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Tibor Machan about free trade.  He is a professor at the Argyros School of Business & Economics at Chapman University in California, a Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution, writer for Mises.org, LewRockwell.com, Striketheroot.com, and author of more than twenty books, most recently, Putting Humans First: Why We Are Natureís Favorite.

Ivan Eland
February 28, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Ivan Eland about military tribunals, a proper response to terrorism and intervention in Haiti.  He is a Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute, the Director of The Center on Peace and Liberty, and OnPower.org.  Mr. Eland also writes for Antiwar.com, and is the author of the book, Putting Defense Back into U.S. Defense Policy

Chris Emery
February 28, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Chris Emery, a member of the Oklahoma City Bombing Investigation Committee about the truth and lies surrounding that case.

Bob Barr
February 21, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Bob Barr, a former federal prosecutor and Congressman from Georgia about threats to liberty and privacy that are the result of the Patriot Act, CAPPS II, TIA, and the militarization of American society.

Frank Morales
February 21, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Father Frank Morales, an Episcopal priest and rights advocate who heads The Campaign to Demilitarize the Police, about his experiences at the World Trade Center immediately following the attacks of September 11th, and the laws that followed them.

Bernard von NotHaus
February 21, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Bernard von NotHaus, founder of NORFED, creator of the Liberty Dollar and editor of the book, The Liberty Dollar Solution to the Federal Reserve, about the silver currency he created.

Gary Nolan
February 14, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Gary Nolan, who is seeking the nomination of the Libertarian Party for President.

G. Edward Griffin
February 14, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews G. Edward Griffin, author of The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve and the forthcoming The Freedom Manifesto, about the war on terrorism, and the drive for a world government based on collectivism.

Greg Perry
February 7, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Greg Perry, the most successful author of books about computers on Earth, and author of the book, Disabling America: The Unintended Consequences of the Government's Protection of the Handicapped about those consequences.

Frank Worley
February 7, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Frank Worley, the founder of Operation Unification, about his attempt to bring many pro-liberty groups together to share resources.

Gary Webb
January 31, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Gary Webb, writer of the infamous Dark Alliance series in the San Jose Mercury News, and the author of the book: Dark Alliance: The CIA, the Contras, and the Crack Cocaine Explosion, about Meneses, Blandon, "Freeway" Ricky Ross and the crack they sold.

Ellen Mariani - Phil Berg
January 31, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Ellen Mariani, whose husband, Lewis, died in the September 11th attacks, and her lawyer, Philip J. Berg, about their RICO act lawsuit against George W. Bush, which alleges his complicity.

Charles Lewis
January 18, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Charles Lewis, the Founder and President of The Center for Public Integrity about his book, The Buying of the President 2004: Who's Really Bankrolling Bush and His Democratic Challengers- and What They Expect in Return.

Aaron Russo
January 18, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Aaron Russo, a Hollywood Producer running for President as a Libertarian about the issues.

Andy Gause  
January 11, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Andrew Gause, who sells gold, writes the newsletter World of Money, and is the author of the books: The Secret World Of Money, and Uncle Sam Cooks the Books, about our monetary system.

Laurence M. Vance
January 11, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Laurence M. Vance, a publisher, author, freelance writer, and Greek teacher at the Pensacola Bible Institute, about these great columns on the history of Iraq that he wrote for LewRockwell.com. (30min)

Scott Kohlhaas 
January 11, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Scott Kohlhaas, the Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Alaska, and the man behind DraftResistance.org,   about his petition drive to protect Alaskans from any future conscriptions. (30min)

Gene Healy
January 4, 2004  
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Philip Dru interviews Gene Healy, the Senior Editor at the Cato Institute about his studies: There Goes the Neighborhood: The Bush-Ashcroft Plan to 'Help' Localities Fight Gun Crime, Arrogance of Power Reborn: The Imperial Presidency and Foreign Policy in the Clinton Years, and Deployed in the U.S.A.: The Creeping Militarization of the Home Front (pdf).(30 min.)

Jane Lozano 
January 4, 2004
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Philip Dru interviews Jane Lozano, who teaches math at the Griffin School in Austin, Texas about the school.

 

 

Nebojsa Malic 
December 28, 2003
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A follow up interview about Kosovo, with Nebojsa Malic, who writes the column Balkan Express on Antiwar.com.

 

 

Brigid O' Neil
 December 27, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Brigid O'Neil, a researcher at the Center on Peace & Liberty at the Independent Institute, and the author of the articles: The PATRIOT Actís Assault on the Bill of Rights, Jose Padilla: A Constitutional Challenge for Us All, and Uncle Samís Guantanamo Prison: Outside the Rule of Law about recent court decisions which challenge Bush's Star Chamber Courts. (15 min.)

Bev Eakman
 December 14, 2003
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Beverly Eakman

 

Philip Dru interviews Beverly Eakman, a former teacher, speechwriter, and researcher, President of the US National Education Consortium, and the author of the books: Educating for the New World OrderMicrochipped: How the Education Establishment Took Us Beyond Big Brother, and Cloning of the American Mind: Eradicating Morality Through Education, about America's failed government schools.

 

Jim Bovard
 December 14, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews James Bovard, an award winning journalist, columnist, and author who writes for the Future of Freedom Foundation, and has been published in many major newspapers, as well as written the books:  Lost Rights: The Destruction of American Liberty, Shakedown: How the State Screws You from A to Z, Freedom in Chains: The Rise of the State & The Demise of the Citizen,  and Terrorism and Tyranny:  Trampling Freedom, Justice, and Peace to Rid the World of Evil, about the war on terrorism. 

Karen Kwiatkowski
 November 2, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews whistle blower Karen Kwiatkowski who recently retired from the Pentagon where she was a lieutenant colonel in the US Air Force, about the Office of Special PlansShe writes for LewRockwell.com, which may be why the neocons don't like her very much.  
(1 1/2hrs.)

 

Nebojsa Malic 
November 2, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Nebojsa Malic, who writes the column Balkan Express on Antiwar.com, about what happened in the former Yugoslavia.

 

 

Hans Hoppe
November 1, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Hans-Herman Hoppe about private property anarchy.  He is an economics professor at UNLV, a Senior Fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute, and the editor of The Journal of Libertarian Studies and of the new book The Myth of National Defense, for which he wrote the introduction and a chapter. He has written several books of his own, most recently Democracy: The God That Failed. He also writes for LewRockwell.com.  Visit HansHoppe.com.  (2hrs.)

 

Marie Cocco
October 30, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Marie Cocco, a columnist from Newsday, about some interesting things she's written about the September 11 Commission.

Jim Lobe
October 25, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Jim Lobe, the Washington D.C. Bureau Chief for Inter Press Service about the Neoconservatives, about whom he's been writing since before September 11th.

Chuck Michaels
October 11, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Chuck Michaels, an attorney and peace activist, about his in-depth analysis of the Patriot Act entitled No Greater Threat: America after September 11, and the Rise of the National Security State

Brendan Koerner
October 4, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Brendan Koerner, a Markel Fellow at the New America Foundation, the former Senior Editor of U.S. News and World Report, and a writer for many magazines and journals, about his article The Security Traders  in the Sept.-Oct., 2002 issue of Mother Jones.

Andrew Rice
October 4, 2003
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Andrew Rice's brother David died in the September 11th attacks.  He is now a member of September Eleventh Families For Peaceful Tomorrows (who have been getting a lot of press lately), and has written Some Questions for Dick CheneyConsidering Reconciliation Amid the Horror of a Brother's Death, What Happened to the Truth?, and this commentary for the CBC.  Philip Dru interviews him about the state using his brother's death to justify its wars. 

John Roland
September 28, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Jon Roland, who was the Libertarian candidate for Attorney General of Texas in the year 2000, about the path our government has taken away from the Constitution. He is the Founder of The Constitution Society, and has written many interesting articles about constitutional law. He also reviews government school textbooks for their terrible flaws.  (2hrs.)

Al Krebs
September 21, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Albert V. Krebs about the evils of corporate agriculture.  He directs the Corporate Agribusiness Research Project and is the publisher of The AgBiz Tiller Online, and The Agribusiness Examiner newsletters.  He is also the author of the book The Corporate Reapers: The Book of Agribusiness,and his work appears regularly in The Progressive Populist.

Steven Yates
September 13, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Steven Yates, who is an adjunct scholar with the Ludwig von Mises Institute, about what we can learn from Carrol Quigley.  A professional writer and editor with a Ph.D. in philosophy, he is the author of Civil Wrongs: What Went Wrong With Affirmative Action, and the forthcoming book, In Defense of Logic.

John Gatto
September 6, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews John Taylor Gatto about the deliberate plan to use compulsory school to create "manageable people." Mr. Gatto is a former Teacher of the Year in New York City, and is the author of "Against School," the cover article in Harper's Magazine for September 2003.  He is also the author of the books Dumbing Us Down: The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling, The Exhausted School, A Different Kind of Teacher, and The Underground History of American Education (read it free here). 

Dan Wallach
September 6, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Dan Wallach, who is Assistant Professor in the Systems Group at Rice University's Department of Computer Science with nine years experience in computer security, about the fallibility of electronic voting machines.  He is co- author of An Analysis of an Electronic Voting System and Authentication for Remote Voting.

Alan Bock
August 30, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Alan Bock about the invasion of Iraq.  Mr. Bock is Senior Editorial Writer for the Orange County Register, and writes the column Eye On The Empire for Antiwar.com. He has also written the books Waiting to Inhale: The Politics of Medical Marijuana and Ambush at Ruby Ridge: How Government Agents Set Randy Weaver Up, and Took His Family Down.

Doug Rokke
August 30, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Doug Rokke Ph.D. about depleted uranium.  He is a former Army Lieutenant who was in charge of clean up and disposal of Iraqi (and American) tanks that were hit with depleted uranium in 1991.  He is now working to have d.u. rounds banned.  Read about him here, here, here, here, and here.

Jesse Walker
August 17, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Jesse Walker, a columnist for and Associate Editor of Reason Magazine, as well as a columnist for many other magazines and journals, about media consolidation and the stupidity of left and right.  He is the author of the book Rebels on the Air: An Alternative History of Radio in America.

Scott Henson
August 17, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Scott Henson, the Director of the ACLU Texas's Police Accountability Project, who has been keeping a very close eye on the Texas Legislature about changes in Texas law since September 11th. The background music was an accident.  Apologies.

Ivan Eland
August 9, 2003

Ivan Eland is a Senior Fellow at the Independent Institute, the Director of The Center on Peace and Liberty, and OnPower.org.  He is also the author of Putting Defense Back into U.S. Defense Policy.  Unfortunately, Mr. Eland's Interview was lost by the stupid computer.  You will just have to read what he has to say. 

Greg Palast
August 2, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Greg Palast, an award winning investigative reporter for  England's The Observer and The Guardian newspapers, Newsnight on BBC Television, and the author of the book The Best Democracy Money Can Buy, about what Bush did not do to prevent September 11th. Visit GregPalast.com.

Glen Whitman
July 17, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Dr. Douglas Glen Whitman, a Research Fellow at The Independent Institute in Oakland, California, and Assistant Professor of Economics at California State University at Northridge, about his book Strange Brew: Alcohol and Government Monopoly.

Bill Kelsey
July 17, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Bill Kelsey, a pilot for Airserv International, an NGO which provides emergency relief aid to war-torn countries in Africa and the Middle East about the situation on the ground in Iraq where he has recently been flying missions.

Matt Barganier
July 12, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Matthew Barganier, who writes the column Collateral Damage on Antiwar.com, and teaches Junior High in Baton Rouge, Louisiana about the missing weapons of mass destruction and the neocons' relationship with Israel.

Brandon Wiley
July 12, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Brandon Wiley, the President of The Foundation for Decentralization Research , which is a group loosely connected to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, about RF-ID and internet radio.

Michael Badnarik
July 6, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Michael Badnarik, a Libertarian running for President of the United States in 2004, about war, guns, the Constitution, and liberty in general.

Philip Dru
July 4th, 2003
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Philip Dru goes off for an hour on Independence day.

Ken Mayers
July 4th, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Kenneth E. Mayers, a  former US Marine Corps Officer, and the Santa Fe, New Mexico contact for the Veterans For Peace, about the war in Iraq.

William C. Triplett II
June 21, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews William C. Tripplett II, a former Republican Council to the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee and co-author, with Edward Timperlake, of the books Year of the Rat: How Bill Clinton Compromised U.S. Security for Chinese Cash and Red Dragon Rising: Communist China's Military Threat to the United States, about Bill Clinton selling missile technology to China.

Charles Key
June 21, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Charles Key, a former State Representative in Oklahoma, the Executive Director of the Oklahoma City Bombing Investigation Committee, and the author of their Final Report on the Bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Building April 19, 1995 about the real story of that day.

Kris Millegan
June 14, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Kris Millegan, a friend of the late Antony C. Sutton and the editor of the new book Fleshing Out Skull and Bones, about The Order of Skull and Bones.

David J. Theroux
June 14, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews David J. Theroux, the Founder and President of The Independent Institute in Oakland, California, and the Publisher of The Independent Review, about the Independent Institute, and the superiority of individualism over collectivism.

Robert Stinnett
June 1, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Robert Stinnett, a Media Fellow at The Independent Institute, about his book Day of Deceit: The Truth About F.D.R. and Pearl Harbor.

Aaron Zelman
May 23, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Aaron Zelman, the Director of Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership (JPFO) and co-author, with L. Neil Smith, of the book Hope: How Would You Feel If You No Longer Feared Your Government? about the right to bear arms.  He is also co-author, with Claire Wolfe, of The State Versus the People: The Rise of the American Police State and Death by Gun Control: The Human Cost of Victim Disarmament (with Richard W. Stevens).

G. Edward Griffin
May 18, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews G. Edward Griffin, the Founder of Freedom Force International and the author of The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve, The Fearful Master: A Second Look at the United Nations, World Without Cancer and more about Leninism, Fabianism, the Council on Foreign Relations, and world government.

Tim Lynch
May 9, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Tim Lynch, Director of the Cato Institute's Project on Criminal Justice, and their house expert on the USA Patriot Act, about his study, Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Preserving Our Liberties While Fighting Terrorism.

Eric Garris
May 9, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Eric Garris, a long time libertarian activist and Managing Editor and Webmaster of Antiwar.com, about the site, and his reasons for running it.

Harry Browne
April 26, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Harry Browne, the Libertarian Party candidate for President of the United States of America in 1996 and 2000, the Director of Public Policy for the American Liberty Foundation and has written eleven books, including Why Government Doesn't Work and The Great Libertarian Offer, about why lefties ought to be libertarians. Visit HarryBrowne.org.

V.Z. Lawton
April 19, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews V.Z. Lawton, a survivor of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing and a member of the Oklahoma City Bombing Investigation Committee, about his experience, and more about that case.

Dick J. Reavis
April 19, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Dick J. Reavis, a reporter for the San Antonio Express News about his book The Ashes of Waco: An Investigation.

Alan Bock
April 12, 2003
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Philip Dru interviews Alan Bock about the invasion of Iraq.  Mr. Bock is Senior Editorial Writer for the Orange County Register, and writes the column Eye On The Empire for Antiwar.com. He has also written the books Waiting to Inhale: The Politics of Medical Marijuana and Ambush at Ruby Ridge: How Government Agents Set Randy Weaver Up, and Took His Family Down.

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