In January of 2006, former lobbyist Jack Abramoff pleaded guilty to conspiracy, fraud and tax evasion. He spent three years in prison, owes tens of millions of dollars in restitution to American Indian tribes, and did halfway house work for six months at a Baltimore pizzeria.
Since then, he's been something of a regular on the cable news circuit -- offering advice on how to reform Washington's money-based political culture. That's the idea behind his new job as a radio host.
"The Jack Abramoff Show" debuted last month on XM Satellite Radio. Abramoff spoke to Capital Insider about coming full circle.