In Profile: Muir, Dobbs, Kohn

By Brian Flood 

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ABC “World News Tonight” anchor David Muir has a spread in People magazine’s new issue. Much like his episode of MediabistroTV “My First Big Break,” Muir talks about his dream job and when he realized he would be a news anchor.

I get to take on this adventure, and it’s a huge responsibility, but I love it…. I started when I was 13, they kept a growth chart for me in the newsroom [at Syracuse station WTVH-TV].

Fox Business Network anchor Lou Dobbs is featured in the The Boston Globe sharing his secret love affair with the “rancid, thick coffee.”

The most memorable cup I ever had is the first one each morning. That is the start of consciousness. I have to have it. It sets the stage for the day. And without it, it sets an entirely different tone for the day. I’m deeply grateful for that first cup. We have a Keurig coffee maker. We throw the little cups in and off we go. Nothing could be simpler.

CNN contributor and Daily Beast columnist Sally Kohn sat down with Breitbart News Network to talk about big business, the government and why people don’t want to be on welfare.

 I’m actually not a fan of big business and I think we can agree that the greed of some American corporations and some of America’s wealthy is appalling. That includes some CEO pay. Taking that kind of compensation and rigging that kind of golden parachute for yourself is not something I would personally do — especially in this economy. Where we disagree is

that I would prefer to live in that imperfect world. I don’t want to impose my beliefs on others. The left, I believe, does and has made things worse by using government to “fix things.” I think that’s a much darker and less free world than an imperfect one.

 

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