Meanwhile, we have memories of his greatest hits, the top one of which, I note, is connected to the now collapsed federal case against him. I recall a little derring-do in the reporting of that story -- I met my prominent anonymous source in a diner, and returned documents to said source's residence pre-publication.
Then there's this old chestnut (or Walnut) about Joe's hardscrabble childhood, and days when I used to drink in bars, and Jim Tedisco's disastrous congressional campaign.
On the Granger front, I'll be interviewed at 7 p.m. Wednesday April 16 onVoice America's Civil War Talk Radio. You can listen live, or later on archive. On Friday, April 25 at 2 p.m., I'll be giving a talk and signing books at the Hudson Falls Library. And here's another review.