John Lofton, the hardest of the hard-core hard-right Christians, hectors—sorry, interviews—Libertarian presidential nominee Bob Barr. Barr displays remarkable patience, though it's clearly fraying by the end.
If you'd like a quick summary of the candidate's answers, here you go: Barr admires Ayn Rand because of her support for individual liberty, not because she's an atheist; Barr is a Methodist; Barr thinks the role of government is defined by the Constitution, not God; Barr supports laws against molesting children; Barr does not think homosexuality is "lewd and depraved"; Barr does not think the government should punish Sabbath-breaking; Barr is pro-life; Barr thinks the individual states should determine the penalties for abortion; Barr does not care to discuss what he believes the penalty for abortion should be in Georgia; Barr supports the death penalty; Barr does not think the federal government should have been involved in the Terri Shiavo case; Barr does not believe Shiavo's death was a murder. And Barr would really, really prefer to be talking about taxes, education, free speech, and government surveillance.
Bonus link: From 20 years ago, Lofton's interview with Allen Ginsburg, which is—I think I can say this without hyperbole—the greatest interview in the history of human conversation.