Q and A

Saturday Q&A: Official says horse racing still runs strong

Alex Waldrop is president and CEO of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association, a Kentucky-based coalition of horse racing interests. He spoke to the Trib about ...

Saturday Q&A: Terry Madonna sizes up Pa.'s primary

G. Terry Madonna is director of the Franklin & Marshall College Center for Politics and Public Affairs, a public affairs professor and director of the ...

Saturday Q&A: An analyst's insight into defeating ISIS

Sebastian Gorka holds the distinguished chair of military theory at the Marine Corps University, is an expert on counterterrorism and a frequent Fox News contributor. ...

Saturday Q&A: Assessing what comes out of candidates' mouths

Jayne Latz, president of Corporate Speech Solutions in New York City, has more than 25 years of experience as a speech-language pathologist and professional speech ...

George F. Will sizes up baseball's new season

George F. Will is a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist with The Washington Post, a regular Trib columnist, an author and Major League Baseball devotee. His most ...

Saturday Q&A: Analyst Robin Simcox sorts out the Brussels attacks

Robin Simcox is a fellow at The Heritage Foundation's Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom, where he specializes in terrorism and national security analysis. He spoke ...

Saturday Q&A: Bishop Zubik's Holy Week message

David Zubik has served as the 12th and current bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh since 2007. He spoke to the Trib regarding Holy ...

Ohio econ prof Richard Vedder says we must learn from past economic mistakes

Richard Vedder is an Ohio University economics professor, author and an adjunct scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. He spoke to the Trib regarding the ...

The core of Apple's argument

Marc Rotenberg is president of the Electronic Privacy Information Center and the author of "Privacy in the Modern Age: The Search for Solutions" (2015) and ...

Saturday Q&A: Sizing up the Supreme Court's affirmative action case

Roger Clegg is president and general counsel of the Center for Equal Opportunity, a Virginia think tank devoted to issues of race and ethnicity. Clegg, ...

Saturday Q&A: Military analyst takes aim at climate change directive

Dakota Wood is The Heritage Foundation's senior research fellow for defense programs. Wood, who spent two decades in the U.S. Marine Corps, spoke to the ...

Saturday Q&A: Former Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld on Churchill solitaire

Donald Rumsfeld served as secretary of Defense under Presidents Gerald Ford and George W. Bush. He also was White House chief of staff under Ford, ...

Saturday Q&A: A Democrat consultant's expectations from Iowa

Joe Trippi is a veteran Democrat political strategist who has worked on the presidential campaigns of Ted Kennedy, Walter Mondale, Gary Hart, Dick Gephardt and ...

Saturday Q&A: An analyst's alternative to Social Security

Peter Ferrara is senior fellow for entitlement and budget policy at The Heartland Institute. He served in the White House Office of Policy Development under ...

Saturday Q&A: Georgia lawyer on unleashing state power under Article V

David Guldenschuh is an attorney based in Rome, Ga., and a leader in the Article V movement, a nationwide effort to restrict the federal government's ...

What Trump can expect in the Granite State

Joe McQuaid is publisher of the New Hampshire Union Leader, the daily newspaper of Manchester, the state's largest city. He spoke to the Trib regarding ...

Saturday Q&A: Idaho psychic offers 2016 predictions

Betsey Lewis is an Idaho psychic, former talk-show host and author whose latest book, "Predictions 2016 and Beyond," was published on Dec. 31. She spoke ...

Q&A: The best of 2015

Editor's note: The following is a collection of some of the notable quotes that appeared in the weekly Q&A during 2015: • "I guess ...

Q&A: Cardinal Wuerl on getting back to the core of Christmas

Cardinal Donald Wuerl is the archbishop of Washington, D.C. Wuerl, who was elevated to the College of Cardinals in 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI and ...

Saturday Q&A: Mercatus Center's de Rugy on the shallow roots of farm subsidies

Veronique de Rugy is a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University and a nationally syndicated columnist. She spoke to the ...