NEW ORLEANS, La. Mike spoke with Lou Dobbs about the need to return to a system rooted in federalism and an overall decentralization of power.
See Mike on the Lou Dobbs Tonight
When: Monday, October 10th, 2011 at 7:00 pm Eastern
Where: Fox Business Channel (check with your local satellite or cable provider for channel listings)
About Lou Dobbs
Louis Carl “Lou” Dobbs (born September 24, 1945) is an American journalist, radio host, television host on the Fox Business Network, and author. He anchored CNN‘s Lou Dobbs Tonight until November 2009 when he announced on the air that he would leave the 24-hour cable news television network.
He was born in Texas and lived there and in Idaho during his childhood. After graduating from Harvard University, Dobbs worked in government and banking before becoming a news reporter for several local media outlets. He had worked with CNN since its founding in 1980, serving as a reporter and vice president. He was the host and managing editor for CNN‘s Moneyline, which premiered in 1980 and was renamed Lou Dobbs Tonight in 2003. Dobbs resigned from CNN in 1999, rejoined in 2000, and resigned again in November 2009. He also hosts a syndicated radio show, Lou Dobbs Radio and has written several books since 2001.
Dobbs describes himself as an “independent populist” and is known for his opposition to NAFTA and support for immigration enforcement. For his reporting, he has won Emmy, Peabody, and Cable ACE awards.
After Dobbs left CNN in 2009, he gave an interview where he did not rule out the possibility of running for President of the United States in 2012, saying the final decision would rest with his wife, although former Senator Dean Barkley has encouraged Dobbs to run. Dobbs also acknowledged, via a spokesperson, that he is also considering a run for the United States Senate in New Jersey in 2012.
Biography Retrieved from Wikipedia on October 10th, 2011