Hugh Hewitt had Andrew Sullivan on his radio show yesterday. The transcript is incomplete, but you can listen to the interview in two parts here. (You'll need to scroll down a little bit, and listen to the 50-minute long part first.)
Full disclosure: Shortly after 9/11, when Sullivan was still sane, he once referred to me as a "superb blogger." I don't think it's any stretch to believe that he no longer holds that view. I haven't changed. He has.
Hewitt's interview at times succeeds in talking about Sullivan's new book, "The Conservative Soul," but on the whole the interview is really a look into Sullivan's soul.
Sullivan calls himself a Christian -- and he may be one, but it's a convenient brand of Christianity which allows him to ignore most of Paul's writings -- probably because of that whole Romans 1 thing.
Sullivan also likes to call himself a conservative, which is defined as believing exactly what Sullivan believes.
It's 1 1/2 hours of audio, but you really should listen to it.
Oh, and I'll answer one of Sullivan's questions.
No, I do not believe that waterboarding is torture.