David Kuo is the author of the national and New York Times bestselling book Tempting Faith. Since coming to Washington in 1990, he has worked with lots of conservative leaders (everyone from Jack Kemp, Jeane Kirkpatrick, and Bill Bennett to John Ashcroft, Ralph Reed, and Senator Bob Dole). Surprisingly to some he is not known to carry either rabies or a "get out of Gitmo free" card. He also served as Special Assistant to President George W. Bush and as deputy director of his Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives. He tried and failed in an attempt to create a charity to fund faith-based non-profits and has pursued various other endeavors including a stint in the dotcom world and on the professional bass fishing circuit. He is also the Washington Editor for Beliefnet.com and writes a blog called J-Walking. In 2003, Good Morning America selected his first book, Dot.bomb, for its book club.