Sheryl Longin and PJTV’s own Roger L. Simon talk to Bill Whittle about their new play The Party Line. This drama discusses the work of New York Times writer Walter Duranty and the life of Dutch politician Pim Fortuyn. Duranty won the Pulitzer Prize even though critics accused him of being an apologist for Stalin’s worst atrocities. Fortuyn raised the dangers of radical Islam and was ultimately assassinated for his views. How did these skilled writers craft a work around two two disparate lives? Find out.