A writer explores his father's mysterious imprisonment, and accusations that he was spying for the CIA, in revolutionary-era Iran.
The Bush Administration raised the hackles of environmentalists with decisions to suspend rules on arsenic levels in drinking water, on building new roads in national forests, and on other issues. A panel talks about the Bush Administration’s environmental policies.
- Myron Ebell director of energy and global warming policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
- Mark Whitenton of the National Association of Manufacturers
- Phil Clapp National Environmental Trust
- David Alberswerth The Wilderness Society
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