corporations, theocracy and the lou that holds them together

No time to really blog tonight (I’m in the middle of a big project at work, and it’s going to keep me busy all night long), but I did want to point out a few good clips that I stumbled across just now while eating dinner. The first one is of CNN’s Lou Dobbs on Bill Maher’s show. I don’t really care for Maher, and I’m not all that familiar with Dobbs (although I hear he tends to lean toward the xenophobic), but the clip, which deals primarily with the threat to democracy posed by multi-national corporations, seems to be right on the money. The second clip, also starring our featured performer of the evening, Mr. Lou Dobbs, is an interview that he just conducted with Kevin Phillips, the author of a new book I mentioned here a few days ago entitled “American Theocracy: The Peril and Politics of Radical Religion, Oil, and Borrowed Money in the 21stCentury.” I think you’ll find that the two clips, watched back-to-back, make a pretty nice double-feature. (And, by “pretty nice,” of course, I mean “wrist-slashingly depressing.”) OK, I have to get back to work now. I promise I’ll deliver the goods tomorrow (or the day after that).

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  1. Teddy Glass Esq.
    Posted March 23, 2006 at 1:09 am | Permalink

    Lou Dobbs is the Subgenius guy, right?

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