The Washington Post promoted Michael Moore's latest book in Sunday's Outlook section. Justin Moyer's promotional piece was headlined "We read so you don't have to," but it reads like a cover blurb. He called him a "reliable liberal gadfly," which is apparently what the Post calls someone who thinks Cuba had a lot to teach the United States...Moyer plugged the book, "to be released later this month to a nation always ready to laud or excoriate him." The "highlights" begin with Moore threatening the safety of Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer: On Fox News's Bill Hemmer: Moore was at the 2004 Democratic National Convention when the news anchor, then at CNN, told him on air that he'd heard people say they wish Michael Moore were dead...You made my death seem acceptable , he says he said off-camera. I want you to think about your actions if anything ever happens to me. Don't think my family won't come after you, because they will. One can bet that Moore doesn't tell the whole story of that interview. Does he mention Hemmer prefaced that by saying others think he's the greatest living American? The interview came on Monday morning of the Democratic convention in Boston, on July 26, 2004. Moore was probably furious because Hemmer didn't bow and pay him homage. Instead, Hemmer seemed to challenge his grasp on the facts, and we're not talking about Moore claiming George W. That is a clip from the movie by the filmmaker Michael Moore, "Fahrenheit 9/11." Over the weekend, it went over $100 million at the box office, which is astounding for a documentary. All this coming, though, on the heels, just days after the 9/11 Commission put out its report and contradicted one of the central themes and one of the points that was made in that film about Osama bin Laden's family living and working here in the U.S. and how they were given transportation out of the country. Who better to ask about all this than the filmmaker himself, Michael Moore, our guest now here in Boston on the floor of the FleetCenter...I think it's because the American people, for the last four years, feel like they haven't been told the whole truth. And both from the White House and the media not doing its job, especially with this war, and the early days before the war, and when the war started. Too much of the media was a cheerleader instead of doing the real job of asking the hard questions, demanding the evidence. And so people have come to this movie to -- to see the things that they haven't seen in much of the mainstream media. And in that movie -- you heard in my lead in to you about the 9/11 report...Well, you have the executive summary, a couple of the other pages, I'm certain...Osama bin Laden family essentially given special treatment out of the country...And the implication in the film is that the White House directed that...I think there's a lot of evidence to show that they were given special treatment...Just the story in "The Washington Post" on Thursday that -- that said that the actual plane that was used to fly the bin Ladens out of the country was the same plane the White House uses to fly you guys around in the White House Press Corps. There are so many things that have not -- Senator Lautenberg, Senator Dorgan, as you showed there in the clip, there's still a lot of unanswered questions. And I think that -- I hope further investigations will -- will bring this out...The commission concludes there is no evidence of political intervention in any of the nine chartered flights that left between September 14 and September 24. They also say the bin Laden family left September 20th after the civilian flight ban was lifted...That's more they say than would have been interviewed had they all left separately on commercial flights...And yet -- and yet here's the roommate of the person who was the founder of this on that flight...And of the 142, or now they say 160 Saudis, as you said, only, what, 20-some were.....But then there's 142 members of the Saudi royal family who were allowed to leave without being interviewed...If -- listen, if 15 of the 19 hijackers had been from North Korea, do you think we just would have let 142 North Koreans leave the country as soon as the air space opened up?...I've heard people say Michael Moore is the greatest living American...Well, there's a -- there's that minority of Republicans and right-wingers who are upset, because they know their days of numbered...And so they're all running around, all saying crazy things like that.