Template:Wikinews/Interview of the month/January 2006
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- David Askew, New Democratic Party candidate for the riding of Vancouver Quadra in British Columbia in the upcoming 23 January 2006 Canadian federal election.
United States 
- John Seigenthaler Sr., outspoken victim of a character assassination on Wikipedia
- I'd rather not have yet another Wikipedia story if possible - at least not as interview of the month.--Eloquence 01:48, 12 December 2005 (UTC)
- Paul Mirecki, Kansas University professor famous for his planned anti-ID course, his polemical anti-creationist remarks and for being allegedly physically attacked for them. Some room for tough questions here if he's willing to take them.
- Markos Moulitsas Zúniga, founder of Daily Kos, most popular political weblog today, which also makes use of a wiki.
- Heidi Fleiss, internationally famous brothel owner, who has recently announced plans for a "stud farm" in Nevada to serve female clients.
- Rick Wagoner, CEO of General Motors. It'd be great to ask about the economic stability of the corporation, which ultimately has an effect on many workers worldwide.
- Electronic Frontier Foundation they are always at several political issues at once and getting someone from there shouldn't be too difficult.
- Frits Bolkestein
- Christoph Schultheis, editor of Bildblog, a very interesting German "watchblog" that reports on Germany's biggest tabloid newspaper. Almost always has some interesting developing story that could be used as a "hook".
- Boris Johnson, British politician who stated intent to publish the Al-Jazeera memo. Links to his WP biography on his web site , which suggests he may be agreeable to it.
- David Cameron, recently elected leader of the UK Conservative party.