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Episode #128 (FINAL): July 26, 2009
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Harold Janeway
NH State Senator
Show appearances: May 4, 2008

No description given.

Chris Jensen
Freelance Reporter
Show appearances: Oct. 21, 2007

Chris spent almost 30 years at The Plain Dealer including 23 years covering the auto industry. Before that covered desegregation and did investigative reporting including a series on problems with international
charities that won an Overseas Press Club of America award. He is a Vietnam veteran ( U.S. Army combat photographer) who also covered the 1st Gulf War. Chris moved to Bethlehem, N.H. in December 2006 and is a member of the Conservation Commission.

Gen. John Johns
Retired Army General
Show appearance: June 24, 2007

Dr. John H. Johns served as a combat arms officer in the Army for over 26 years, retiring as a brigadier general in 1978. During his career, he served in command assignments up to Assistant Commander of the 1st Infantry Division. He also served in a number of staff positions, including 8 years on the Army General Staff, retiring as the Director of Human Resources Development. He taught leadership and ethics at the U.S. Military Academy and has lectured on ethics at the Air War College, the Army War College, the U.S. Military Academy, and the Naval Academy.

After retirement from active duty, Dr. Johns continued to serve in the Department of Defense until retirement in 1995. He served four years as a Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Career SES 5) before becoming a Professor of Political Science at the National Defense University at Ft. McNair. In addition to teaching Political Science and Strategic Decision making, he taught a 12 week Ethics course to over 700 students over a 10 year period. From 1990 to 1995, he served as the Dean of Faculty and Academic Programs at the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, one of the colleges of the National Defense University teaching courses on the US Constitution and on ethics. From 1996 to 2004, he was an adjunct professor at the Federal Executive Institute in Charlottesville, VA.


Michael Johnson
Fellow at the US Institute For Peace
Show appearance: Mar. 4, 2007, Jul. 13, 2008

An internationally recognized expert on transitional justice, Michael Johnson focuses on the process of complementarity between international justice institutions and national justice systems in the aftermath of armed conflict.

He has been the registrar for the War Crimes Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina since 2004. In 2001–2004, he was the chief of prosecutions for the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Johnson also worked to establish the International Criminal Justice Resource Center from 1997–2001.

In 2006, the New Hampshire Bar Association named Johnson the Daniel Webster International Lawyer of the Year. Prior to his international legal service, he won numerous awards for his work as an elected county attorney in Concord, New Hampshire (1982–2001). Johnson holds a J.D. from the Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America.


Pastor Russell Johnson
Director, Ohio Restoration Project
Show appearance: Mar. 25, 2007

Senior Pastor at Fairfield Christian Church in Ohio where attendance has grown from 350 to over 3,000.  He is director of the Ohio Restoration Project, a movement of "Patriot Pastors" from conservative churches, an organization that was influential in the 2004 election. Since he began the project in the fall of 2005, more than 1,000 pastors have joined his organization for which he serves as spokesman in the national media.

Witmer Jones
Small Business Administration Director
Show appearance: Oct. 26, 2008

No description given.

David Juvet
Vice President NH BIA
Show appearance: Jan. 27, 2008, Jul. 19, 2009

Dave is a graduate of Arizona State University (Tempe, Arizona) with a Bachelor's degree in History/Political Science, and has over 25 years experience in government relations and communications work.  He began his career in Arizona with the American Automobile Association in 1981.

Before moving to New England in 1988, Dave worked for Arizona Governor Evan Mecham as a public relations specialist at the state’s Highway Safety agency.  More recently, Dave was employed by the Currier Gallery Museum of Art in Manchester, NH, as Director of Marketing and Public Relations.

He has been with the Business & Industry Association of New Hampshire since April 2000 and is responsible for guiding the association's fiscal policy, economic development and human resources efforts.  Recent public policy activity in which Dave and been involved includes helping to pass a state research and development tax credit; creating a new worker training fund to assist employers to update employees in new technologies; and developing a new grant program for cities and towns struggling to balance growth and development with conservation efforts. He is married and lives in Barnstead, New Hampshire.

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