Reproductive human cloning aims to make a baby. Therapeutic cloning aims to create embryonic stem cells that could be used to cure diseases or grow replacement organs. Scientists generally make a medical and ethical distinction between the two types of cloning, but John Charles Kunich and the U.S. House of Representatives do not. While the House has twice passed a bill banning both types (a similar bill has stalled in the Senate because many senators say therapeutic cloning should be allowed), Kunich, a professor at Roger Williams University School of Law and the author of The Naked Clone: How Cloning Bans Threaten Our Personal Rights (Praeger Publishers, 2003), argues that any ban on cloning sets a dangerous precedent. We spoke with Kunich about killer clone armies, government censorship and making babies.