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In this video, the former anchor of NBC Nightly News talks about the days when he was selected as a delegate to Boys State and was elected as a Boys State "governor."
After being drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in 1999, Albert Pujols made his Major League Baseball debut during the 2001 season, and now ranks among the leading home run hitters in baseball history. The first baseman holds many awards, including one World Series title, three Most Valuable Player awards and five Silver Slugger awards.
What makes Lou Dobbs so beloved among his audiences? Perhaps it's the unique combination of rural Idaho upbringing, Harvard education, and interests in economics, business and astronomy that endear him to millions of viewers of "Lou Dobbs Tonight." There's another ingredient to Lou Dobbs: he is a former high school American Legion Oratorical Contest contestant and state winner.