Manuel Miranda Guest On "The Dickson/Chappell Report" July 1st
Manuel Miranda, 45, is Chairman of the powerful Third Branch Conference, and a visiting legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
Today, Miranda is, to the distress of Bush administration officials, leading the charge to keep Attorney General and First Friend Alberto Gonzalez off the high court. "In the short-term," he told NCR, "everyone is focused on it not being Gonzalez." In private meetings with pro-life activists who support overturning Roe v. Wade, Gonzalez has signaled that he is not one of them, said Miranda.