Interview with Senator Tom Coburn and Charles C.W. Cooke

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Dr. Tom Coburn served three terms in the House of Representatives representing Oklahoma beginning in 1994 and in 2004 was elected to the first of two terms in the Senate. He has earned a reputation for fiscal conservatism for fighting earmarks and waste, such as the "Bridge to Nowhere" and "Woodstock Museum." Dr. Coburn graduated with honors from graduated from the University of Oklahoma Medical School and also served as a deacon for the Southern Baptist Church. He is the author of numerous books and is here to discuss his latest, The Debt Bomb: A Bold Plan To Stop Washington From Bankrupting America.

Charles C. W. Cook is a writer for National Review known especially for his coverage of the Occupy Wall Street movement. He and his work has also been featured in the New York Post and the Rush Limbaugh Show. Cook describes himself as "Oxonian. British accent, American sensibility. 21st Amendment enthusiast."

 

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