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- David Ignatius Columnist, The Washington Post, and contributor, "Post Partisan" blog on washingtonpost.com. His latest novel is "The Director."
- Carrie Severino Chief counsel and policy director, Judicial Crisis Network
- Sherrilyn Ifill President and director-counsel, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund
- Ed O'Keefe Reporter, The Washington Post
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