Dennis Kucinich was none too kind to the corrupt independent Texas grid run by the ERCOT, the fraud that allowed the pilfering of Texans during the freeze.
Before discussing Texas’ independent grid fiasco, Dennis Kucinich spoke about his new book, The Division of Light and Power. He talked about it in the context of ethics and monopoly.
Kucinich is no stranger to utility companies that fail to perform in the best interest of the consumer. As the very young mayor of Cleveland, a concerted effort was made to privatize the city’s electrical utility, which he fought.
About Dennis Kucinich: He is an author and statesman, serving 16 years in the US Congress and twice as a president. During his term as Cleveland Mayor (1977-1979), the Fraternal Order of Eagles recognized him as “The Outstanding Public Official in America.” In recent years the Washington Post Magazine called Kucinich “the future of American politics.” “Ahead of his time,” declared Rolling Stone Magazine. Gore Vidal called Kucinich’s writing “as good as Theodore Dreiser’s.” Ralph Nader favorably compares Kucinich’s writing with the legendary muckraking journalist Lincoln Steffens. The Division of Light and Power melds Kucinich’s writing excellence with undisputable documentary power and the moral code that cannot be corrupted.
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