John Ashcroft Breaks his Silence in Exclusive Audio Interview Online

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Nationally syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin will host an exclusive online audio interview with Former U.S. Attorney General, John Ashcroft to discuss his new book Never Again: Securing Americ and Restoring Justice (Center Street, October 2006.)

Nationally syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin will host an exclusive online audio interview with Former U.S. Attorney General, John Ashcroft to discuss his new book Never Again: Securing Americ and Restoring Justice (Center Street, October 2006.)

John Ashcroft goes in-depth on historic events that transpired during his time in office – including the largest terrorist attack in U.S history, the enactment and defense of the USA Patriot Act, the Robert Hanssen spy scandal, the execution of Timothy McVeigh, and the recently discovered domestic surveillance program authorized by President Bush.

Discover the details that were not reported in the newspapers or on television. Through Never Again, Ashcroft invites readers to witness his personal pitfalls, torments, joys and greatest accomplishments. Delve in to the story behind the man who started his career as Attorney General during a most critical juncture in America’s history and involvement in the War on Terror.

Visit http://www.AshcroftTalks.com to sign up to listen in and

view a list of book signings across the country.

About the Author:

John Ashcroft served as the 79th Attorney General of the United States until 2005. He began his career of public service in 1973 as Missouri Auditor and was later elected to two terms as the state's Attorney General. He served as Governor of Missouri from 1984-1990. He was elected as a United States Senator in 1994 and served in that capacity until 2000. He now lives in Virginia with his wife Janet.

For more information or to schedule an interview with John Ashcroft, please contact Amber Hildebrand at 703-879-5862.

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