Written Interview with Romanian Exile and Poet Andrei Codrescu

Please enjoy this written interview with Andrei Codrescu.

Andrei Codrescu is a Romanian-American poet, novelist, essayist, screenwriter, and commentator for National Public Radio. He was the Mac Curdy Distinguished Professor of English at Louisiana State University from 1984 until his retirement in 2009.


1) How would you describe yourself to someone who may not be familiar with you?

Terrifying. Someone in the Witness Protection Program. Types through sunglasses.

2) How would you describe your writing style? 

Lyric pampleteering authored by dead exiles who use me as a medium.

3) When I am writing, I tend to have the prose stylings of George Orwell and Christopher Hitchens at the forefront of my mind. Are there any authors that you look up to for inspiration?

Yes, but it's their call -- if they need me to type, they channel. I hear them. I just typed a paragraph from Goethe's "Theory of Colors"…

Interview with Brandon Straka

Brandon Straka, The founder the #WalkAway campaign, is a former Liberal and former Democratic Party supporter who has very publicly walked away from the political Left and created a social movement encouraging others to do the same.His original YouTube video about his decision to leave the Democratic Party went viral in May of 2018, launching this explosive movement, uniting Americans across all demographics to leave the divisive left. President Trump publicly acknowledged Brandon’s success in organizing the first ever #WalkAway March on Washington DC, with over 5,000 attendees. Brandon’s charismatic leadership and the #WalkAway message of unity and standing up against the left’s attack on American ideals resonate with people around the globe.

Interview with Kathleen Willey

Kathleen Willey (born June 2, 1946) is a former White House volunteer aide who, on March 15, 1998, alleged on the TV news program 60 Minutes that Bill Clinton had sexually assaulted her on November 29, 1993, during his first term as President. She had been subpoenaed to testify in the Paula Jones sexual harassment case. In October 2016, Willey joined Donald Trump for a press conference before the second presidential debate to air grievances against Hillary and Bill Clinton. The conference also included Juanita Broaddrick, (Interview I did with Juanita HERE) Paula Jones, and Kathy Shelton. At the time of the alleged assault by President Clinton, Willey was married to Edward Eugene Willey, Jr., a lawyer. He committed suicide on November 29, 1993.
Willey was remarried in November 1999 to Bill Schwicker, whom she divorced in 2006. Currently, she works and resides in Powhatan County, Virginia.


Written Interview with British journalist, author, and academic John Cornwell

Written Interview with British Journalist, Author, and Academic John Cornwell
1)What was it that prompted you to become an investigative journalist and author?

It started with a personal interest in the dangers of pollution in the Mediterranean,  when I was teaching in Canada in the late 1960s. I decided to discover whether it might be true that the sea could become a dead ocean like the Great Lakes of Canada and the US.  I wrote an article: my first feature and it sold all over the world.  I thought:  I like this.

2) In 1969, you published the book, The Spoiled Priest. How did you decide on the subject matter of that particular book?

I had spent two years in the senior seminary of central England, studying for the priesthood.  It was an unhappy, although interesting and formative experience:  I decided to employ some of those experiences in the form of a novel.

3) How would you describe your own particular writing style? Are there any a…

Second Interview with J. Randy Taraborrelli

This week I have the great pleasure of sitting down for the second time with the first person I ever interviewed, the bestselling author,  J. Randy Taraborrelli. 
He has written a new book on the Kennedys called "The Kennedy Heirs" which has gotten rave reviews in the media.
We also discuss his first ever book on Diana Ross, his book on the Hiltons, and a sneak preview of his upcoming book still in progress on the Bush family.
Lastly, we discuss his several interviews with the man who would become our President,  Donald J. Trump!
It was such a pleasure and I hope you enjoy.

Interview with Pastor Doug Wilson

Wilson earned a BA in classical studies and a BA and an MA in philosophy from the University of Idaho. In addition to his role as pastor of Christ Church, he is a founder and Senior Fellow in Theology at New Saint Andrews College, founder and editor of Credenda/Agenda magazine, and founder of Greyfriars Hall, a three-year ministerial training program. He also serves on the governing boards of New Saint Andrews, Logos School (a Christian private school), and the Association of Classical and Christian Schools. Wilson was instrumental in forming the Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches. He is married to Nancy Wilson and has three children, including N. D. Wilson, and 16 grandchildren.

Editor's note: Joeseph Conrad's novel was called "End of The Tether", not "Joy At The End Of The Tether".