Lou Dobbs Tonight
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
*Tonight, the Federal Reserve has cut the key interest
rate by half a point to 1%. Will this help Americans escape
from our financial crisis? And we’ll have all the latest from
the campaign trail less than a week until Election Day.
* Plus, there are new security concerns tonight over a
recent move by the Port of Los Angeles. The port has decided to
use taxpayer money to purchase sensitive X-ray scanning
equipment from a Chinese company with links to the communist
government. We’ll have all the details in our special report.
Lou’s nationally-syndicated talk radio show, The Lou Dobbs
Show, debuted this spring. Join us weekdays for news and
politics aimed at independent thinkers. Visit LouDobbsRadio.com
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Wednesday’s guests include Dick Polman, a political columnist
and blogger for the Philadelphia Inquirer. He’ll discuss the
electoral dynamics of the Keystone State, a state McCain’s
desperately trying to win.
Howard Wilkinson, a political writer and columnist for the
Cincinnati Enquirer, will break down the situation in another
huge swing state, Ohio.
Peter Morici, professor of international business at the
University of Maryland, will also join Lou. Morici will offer
his insights on the legacy of the federal government’s Wall
And Mike Malone, the “Silicon Insider” columnist for
ABCNews.com, will talk about media bias and the industry’s
As always, Lou will be taking your calls to discuss the issues
that matter most-and to get your thoughts on the direction
America is heading. Call him toll free on the Independent
Hotline at 877-55 DOBBS.
Lou’s book, “INDEPENDENTS DAY” is now on sale in bookstores and
on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. In “Independents Day,”
Lou issues a rallying cry to American citizens eager for a
change, focusing particularly on the critical issues and
challenges of the 2008 election.
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