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If you wish to see my video selections for tonight, I suggest you visit The Stars Hollow Gazette or DocuDharma.

Guests for the rest of the week-

The Daily Show

* Tuesday 4/29: William Cohan
* Wednesday 4/30: Martin Gilens, Benjamin Page
* Thursday 5/1: David Spade

The Colbert Report

* Tuesday 4/29: Robert Rodriguez
* Wednesday 4/30: Audra McDonald
* Thursday 5/1: Saul Williams

Well, to my great disappointment, Mookie only got his 6 minutes.

Tonight's guests start with William D. Cohan who isn't the one you think.  Sebastian begs the question, "Why won't institutional Demorcrats nominate someone who actually is, you know, a Democrat to Secretary of Defense?  Someone like General Wesley Clark, Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO, valedictorian of his class at West Point, Rhodes Scholar?

Not that I always agree with his positions mind you, but there is no denying the man is well qualified.

Why hang on to a W toady like Robert Gates?

Anyway, Bill David is not actually a journalist, don't let his degrees fool you.  He's a Bankster who writes.

Prior to becoming a journalist, he worked on Wall Street for seventeen years. He spent six years at Lazard Frères in New York, then Merrill Lynch & Co., and later became a managing director at JP Morgan Chase. He also worked for two years at GE Capital.
He'll be on to whore his new book The Price of Silence, about the lacrosse case at Duke, where he got his undergraduate degree.  No conflict of interest there, no siree.

Robert Rodriguez is a film director from Texas.  He directed The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl which isn't as terrible as you might think and Spy Kids which is exactly that bad.

He'll want to talk about Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.

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