... in an article in the UCLA Entertainment Law Review, titled "The Legacy of Lords: The New Federal Crackdown on the Adult Entertainment Industry's Age-Verification and Record-Keeping Requirements," by Robert D. Richards and Clay Calvert.
Apparently I said stuff like:
"I think [they started the inspections] because they are getting a lot of heat from the religious right, which is extremely agitated that there is still such a thing as pornography in this country and they want to do something about it. And then you have an administration that is very receptive to that, and let's face it — there really aren't a lot of things that the administration can really run on these days. Come 2008, Republicans are not going to be running on the war in Iraq, they're not going to be running on how well they treat veterans or the great healthcare they are providing in the country, and they're not going to be running on the economy. What have they got to run on? They can run on anti-porn."