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1999

January

William Knoke, author Bold New World;   Roger Leir, author, The Alians and the Scalpal;  Hannah-Beth Jackson, Assemblymember 35th District; Tony Strickland, Assemblymember 37th District; Steve Allen, author, composer, celebrity.

 

February

Ursula Goodenough, geneticist; Gary Giddins, author, Visions of Jazz: The First Century; Clay Jenkinson, Thomas Jefferson impersonator; Dick Cook, Chair, Walt Disney Motion Pictures.

 

March

Grace Slick, singer, author of Somebody to Love?; A. Scott Berg, Lindbergh biographer; Margareta Hegardt, Swedish Consul; Dennis McDougal, author, The Last Mogul: Lew Wasserman, MCA and the Hidden History of Hollywood; Neal Gabler, author, Life, the Movie: How Entertainment Conquered Reality.

 

April

Bob Sherer, author, Fear, the Corporate "F" Word; Gary Hart, California Secretary of Education; Chuck Weiss, Ventura County Superintendent of Schools; Robert Dedman, founder, ClubCorp International; Dr. E.C. Krupp, author, Skywatchers, Shamans, and Kings.

 

May

Ron Unz, entrepreneur, politician; Marie Wilson, founder, The White House Project; Brian Greene, author, The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory; Patricia Lambert, author, False Witness; Hon. Gil Garcia, Chair, Local Government Commission.

 

June

Dr. Richard B. Anderson, author, A Green Conservative; Jonathan Young, Curator, Joseph Campbell Archives and Library; Cristina Ferrare, TV personality, author; James P. Pinkerton, syndicated columnist.

 

July

George Mair, celebrity biographer; Natalie Angier, Pulitzer Prize winning science writer.

 

 

1998

 

January

Dr. Cary Savitch, author, The Nutcracker Is Already Dancing: the HIV Haves and the HIV Havenots; Dr. E.C. Krupp, Director, The Griffith Observatory; Mary Gordon Murray, actress (One Life to Live); Richard Muenz, Broadway performer; Steven Stark, author, Glued to the Set: The 60 Television Shows and Events That Made Us Who We Are Today;

 

February

Alan Boal, author, The Able Navigator; Hon. Lois Capps, Member of Congress; Hon. Tom Bordonaro, California State Assemblymember; Hon. Jonathan Sharkey, Mayor of Port Hueneme; Hon. Charlotte Craven, Mayor of Camarillo; Hon. Dean Maulhardt, Oxnard City Councilmember; Theodore Kent, author, Genetic Engineering: Yes, No or Maybe?.

 

March

Ann Bancroft, Arctic explorer; Lou Cannon, author, Official Negligence: How Rodney King and the Riots Changed Los Angeles and the LAPD; Paul Orfalea, founder of Kinko's; K.C. Cole, author, The Universe and the Teacup: The Mathematics of Truth and Beauty; Dennis Praeger, syndicated talk show host and author.

 

April

Helena Hacker Rosenberg, author, How to Get Married After 35; Art Caplan, author, Am I My Brother's Keeper: The Ethical Frontiers of Biomedicine; Robert J. Meadows, author, Understanding Violence and Victimization; Estelle Harris, actress (Seinfeld).

 

May

Hon. Frank Schillo, Ventura County Supervisor; Judith Viorst, author, Imperfect Control; Hon. Dan Lungren, Calironia State Attorney General; Debra Lipstadt, author, Denying the Holocaust.

 

June

John Slais, jazz pianist; Deborah Tannen, author, The Argument Culture: Moving From Debate to Dialogue; Joel Fox, Executive Director, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers' Association; Hon. Cathie Wright, California State Senate; Richard Senate, author, Ghost Stalker's Guide to Haunted California.

 

July

James P. Pinkerton, author, What Comes Next? The End of Big Government and the New Paradigm Ahead; Ronald Stephens, Executive Director National School Safety Center; Ron Unz, author of Prop. 227; Hon. Jack O'Connell, California State Senate.

August

Hon. Naomi Schwartz, Santa Barbara County Supervisor; Dr. Jonathan Young, author, Saga: Best New Writings on Mythology; Peter Biskind, author, Easy Riders, Raging Bulls; Michael Abelman, founder, The Center for Urban Agriculture; Roger K. Leir, President, Mutual UFO Network.

 

September

Michael Josephson, founder, Josephson Institute of Ethics; John Naber, Olympic Gold Medalist; Steve Stark, author, The 60 Television Shows and Events That Made Us Who We Are Today; Patt Morrison, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, Emmy-winning TV commentator;

 

October

Hon. Lois Capps, Member of Congress; Hon. Tom Bordonaro, California State Assembly; Hon. Brad Sherman, Member of Congress; Randy Hoffman, Congressional candidate; Dr. James Q. Wilson, political scientist, ethicist; Kathryn Hayles, author, How We Became Post Human;

 

November

Dr. Paul Ford, theologian, author of Companion to Narnia; Ted Baehr, author, Media-Wise Family; Dr. Glenn Mc Gee, University of Pennsylvania Center for Bioethics; Jeremy Rifkin, author, The Biotech Century.

 

December

Dan Kevles, author, The Baltimore Case; Simon Winchester, author, The Professor and the Madman: A Tale of Murder, Insanity and the Making of the Oxford English Dictionary; David Horowitz, author, Politics of Bad Faith, the Radical Assault on America's Future.

 

1997

 

January

Jeff Cole, Director of the UCLA Center for Communication Policy; Dr. Jack Shaheen, State Department Scholar-Diplomat; Elvira Bohle, psychic TV talk show host; Dr. Cary Savitch, AIDS expert;

 

February

Hon. John Pattie, jurist; Diane Houghton, divorce attorney; Robert Kennedy, attorney; Maxine Socoloff, psychotherapist; Otto Stoll, three time heart transplant survivor; Rev. Peter J. Gomes, Chaplain, Harvard Divinity School, author, The Good Book: Reading the Bible with Mind and Heart; Michelle Shaheen, jazz singer;

 

March

Jack Miles, author, God: A Biography; Arthur Lord, senior producer NBC News; Pat Distad, Ventura Farms Film Co-ordinator.

 

April

Arianne Comstock, author, Opera for Young People; Dr. Glenn McGee, author, The Perfect Baby: A Pragmatic Approach to Genetics; David Birney, actor (St. Elsewhere); Dale Kristien, Broadway actress (Phantom of the Opera); Hon. John Pattie, Commissioner Ventura County Superior Court; Maxine Sokoloff, marriage counselor; Robert Allen Kennedy, Esq., Judge Pro-Tem; Denise Houghton, Esq., Family Law Pro Per Clinic.

 

May

Glenda Jackson, historian; David Horowitz, author, Radical Son; Bill Henderson, jazz singer; Michael Horowitz, Director of the Hudson Institute Project for Civil Justice Reform.

 

June

Pamala Oslie, author, Life Colors; Ted Baehr, publisher Movie Guide Magazine; E.C. Krupp, Director, Griffith Observatory; Peggy Charren, founder Action for Childrens' Television; Dr. Edward Tseng, Director Kwan Fong Institute of Asian Studies.

 

July

Marianne Williamson, author, A Short Course in Miracles; Craig Smith, presidential speechwriter; Jack Pitney, syndicated columnist; Herb Gooch, Director, Centennial Celebration of American Film; Steven D. Stark, NPR commentator; James P. Pinkerton, policy advisor, Bush administration.

 

August

Norman Corwin, broadcast pioneer; Robert Rector, author, America's Failed $5.4 Trillion War on Poverty; Brian Lamb, CEO, C-SPAN; Carl Kasell, NPR news announcer.

 

September

Hon. Brad Sherman, Member of Congress; Andrea McArdle, Broadway actress (Annie); Bill Fulton, author, The Reluctant Metropolis; Vincent Barry, author, The Dog Ate My Homework; Ed Cray, author, Chief Justice: A Biography of Earl Warren.

 

October

Dr. Demento, radio personality; Hon. Gray Davis, California Lt. Governor; Gary K. Hart, former State Senator; Mark Bennett, TV trivia expert; Dr. Stephen Toulman, author, Cosmopolis.

 

November

Richard Rodriguez, journalist; Hon. Dennis Gillette, Thousand Oaks City Council; Paula Kelly, singer-dancer-actress; Gene Perret, Emmy-winning joke writer.

 

December

Hon. Brad Sherman, Member of Congress; Hon, Elton Gallegly, Member of Congress; Letisia Marquez, journalist; Juan Carlo, journalist; Leonard Goldberg, founder Visions for Recovery; Arthur Caplan, author, Due Consideration: Controversy in the Age of Medical Miracles; William Knoke, futurist;

 

1996

April

John August Swanson, artist; Pat Hoffman, biographer; Brother Ignatius, monk.

 

May

David Shaw, Pulitzer Prize-winner, The Los Angeles Times; Hon. Elton Gallegly, Member of Congress; Joni Eareckson Tada, author, Heaven; Buddy Collette, musician;

 

June

Ray Bradbury, legendary science fiction author; Christopher Nance, author, Muhammad and the Marathon; James Pinkerton, policy advisor, Reagan administration.

 

July

Tina Carlson, Director of the Thousand Oaks Oral History Project; Greg Flakus, reporter, Voice of America; Dr. Terry A. Schroeder, Olympic medalist; Richard Senate, historian, City of San Buenaventura; Deborah Senate, psychic.

 

August

Hon. Elton Gallegly, Member of Congress.

 

September

Dr. Craig Smith, presidential speech writer; John Davidson, musical comedy star (Will Rogers Follies); Shelly Berg, Chair USC Jazz Department; William Knoke, investment banker.

October

Art McDermitt, AIDS victim; Pat Hoffman, author, AIDS and the Sleeping Church; Rebecca Ortiz, AIDS counselor; Mark Hunt, Director, Ronald Reagan Presidential Library; Judy Rozner, author, America's Competitive Secret; Arthur Caplan, author, Moral Matters: Ethical Issues in Medicine and the Life Sciences.

 

November

Richard Senate, ghosthunter; Debbie Senate, psychic; Jim Barbour, actor (Godspell); Robert Bly, author, Sibling Society.

 

December

Gerry Wiggans, musician (Louis Armstrong, Lena Horne, Benny Carter); Bob Sherer, author, Doing the Right Thing; Tom Holland, film director (Thinner); Steve Allen, entertainment legend; Anne Lockhart, actress (Love Letters); Barry van Dyke, actor (Diagnosis Murder)

 

 

 

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