Journalist John Dougherty discusses his co-written Phoenix Times article, "Haunted Spirits," that exposes the relationship between Republican presidential candidate John McCain, his family business, the nation's powerful liquor industry ... and the Keating 5 scandal, which major media seems to have been forgotten. Visit the Times Web site at: www.phoenixnewtimes.com
Joyce Horman -- the widow of Charles Horman, a U.S. citizen murdered by agents of General Augusto Pinochet during Chile's 1973 coup -- shares her reaction to the British decision to release the former dictator from house arrest, ending the prospects for a trial in Spain.
Author and environmentalist Alan AtKisson describes the founding of Sustainable Seattle and similar groups around the world. His recent book, "Believing Cassandra: An Optimist Looks at a Pessimist's World" describes how a Massachusetts Institute of Technology-based team developed a computer model in 1972 that predicted catastrophic environmental collapse if current population growth, resource use and pollution were left unchecked. Their research was greeted with a firestorm of criticism, but also served as inspiration for environmental activists.