If you don't get to watch his comedy hour often, here's a look at what you are missing.
Unfortunately, I usually only get to see Glenn Beck when he's the butt of jokes on the Daily Show. Luckily, MediaMatters recorded this little bit from a recent show where he points out how Google seems to be embedded into the [US] Government.
"Why does Google keep getting kicked out of all of the other countries?"
"Who is [Bush Administration hire] Jared Cohen and is he private citizen or government operative? Isn't this the second government agent we've found?"
In all seriousness, there seems to be a rift between Google and the far Right. We have more on Google and the Republicans today. Transcript below.
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With the purchase of its New York home behind it, Google (GOOG) now has some space to grow its new initiatives. One of the most noteworthy of the past year was picking up former U.S. State Department and '21st Century Statecraft' specialist Jared Cohen to start Google Ideas.
If you aren't familiar with Cohen, he's the State Department official that kept Twitter online during the MORESeth Weintraub - Dec 28, 2010 3:07 PM ET
A article in the November/December issue shows that the Google CEO and Ideas founder are thinking about disruption.
Jared Cohen was lured away from the Hillary Clinton's State Department earlier this year to form a group within Google called Ideas. From Cohen's earlier description of the work he'd be doing at Google:
[Ideas is] basically a think/do tank. Much of the model for it is built off of my experiences on the MORESeth Weintraub - Nov 1, 2010 3:23 AM ET
The two-term State Department veteran makes his Google plans official.
I reported last month that '21st century statecraft' specialist, Jared Cohen, would be leaving his role in the State Department and heading to Google to form a new Think/do Tank called 'Google Ideas'. Today that became official.
Cohen talked to Foreign Policy about his time at the State Department and his new gig at Google. On the last page, he finally gets to the new MORESeth Weintraub - Sep 7, 2010 1:38 PM ET
Hoping to apply technology solutions to solve the world's problems, Google is hiring Washington technology insider Jared Cohen.
A rumor surfaced last month which put Washington insider Jared Cohen on the fast track to Google-dom. Cohen is famous for his work as 'Twitterer in Chief' of the State department where he has lasted through two administrations.
He's a fascinating fellow.
Cohen was hired during the Bush Administration by Condoleezza Rice's State Department's policy planning MORESeth Weintraub - Aug 15, 2010 8:51 AM ET
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