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Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Wednesday, September 5, 2012
MSNBC celebrated a major milestone on Wednesday when it topped its rivals in primetime convention ratings for the first time in its 16-year history.
MSNBC Chief Hits Back At Attacks
CNN Contributor Under Increasing Fire For Offensive Tweet
Journalists Hassled By Police While Covering DNC
Juan Williams: I'm Being Heckled At The DNC
Menachem Rosensaft: The Rejection of Nazi Analogies Must Be Bipartisan
Politicians and pundits of all persuasions should get it into their heads that making analogies to the Holocaust or Nazi Germany in the context of 21st century U.S. politics is not just unseemly but borders on, if not crosses over into, the obscene.
Mark Potok: Family Research Council Attacks on SPLC Dishonest
Words do have consequences. But is the FRC's propaganda and schoolyard name-calling really the same thing as the SPLC listing the FRC as a hate group?
Jon Hotchkiss: Facts Are Not a Liberal Bias
When conservative commentators and Republican politicians tell you they are under-represented in the media, that their views don't reach Americans in the way that liberal ideas do, that they are NOT the mainstream media, they are lying. Conservative media IS mainstream.
Matt Zencey: Sarah Palin and the Eastwood/Obama 'Empty Chair'
Even before she quit, legislators of both parties complained Palin was not sufficiently engaged in the normal day-to-day work a governor does with the legislature. You might say legislators complained about her "empty chair" style of leadership.
Andrew Lam: I Tweet Therefore I Am: Life in the Halls of Mirrors
If communication technology was created to enhance our daily lives, something has dramatically shifted along the way: More and more, we are altering our behaviors in service of the digital world.

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