Views of the News: Racial Slur or Honest Mistake?; Buchanan Fired, Heartland Leak, WikiLeaks Lessons

Feb 22, 2012

Racial Slur or Honest Mistake?

Greg McNeal, Forbes: "ESPN Uses "Chink in the Armor" Line Twice"

Irving DeJohn and Helen Kennedy, New York Daily News: "Jeremy Lin headline slur was 'honest mistake,' fired ESPN editor Anthony Federico claims"

Josh Flagner, Yahoo! Sports: "ESPN is (Not) Racist"

Jason Fry, "How ESPN published 'Chink in the Armor"

Huan Hsu, Slate: "No More Chinks in the Armor: The Jeremy Lin controversy suggests it's time to retire the phrase for good"

Tim Kenneally, The Wrap TV: "Roland Martin's On-Air Apology Gets Blessing from GLAAD"

Buchanan Out at MSNBC; Says He Was Blacklisted

Pat Buchanan, Creators Syndicate: "The New Blacklist"

Stanley Fish, The New York Times: "Missing Pat Buchanan"

Timothy Stanley, The Washington Times: "MSNBC Blacklists Buchanan"

Howard Kurtz, The Daily Beast: "Buchanan: Too Radioactive for MSNBC"

Marc Lamont Hill, The Philadelphia Daily News: "For democracy's sake, suffer the knuckleheads"

Menachem Z. Rosensaft, The Jewish Week: "The Sins of Pat Buchanan"

What's Good for the Goose...

Neela Banerjee, The Los Angeles Times: "Climate change doubter Heartland Institute documents leaked" 

Darren Samuelsohn, Politico: "Climate researcher admits leaking Heartland Institute documents"

Anything to Learn from WikiLeaks?

Bill Keller, The New York Times: "WikiLeaks, a Postscript"

Federica Cherubini, World Editors Forum: "Journalistic standards and media regulation after WikiLeaks and the News of the World"

Ed Pilkington, The Guardian: "Bradley Manning to face formal trial on February 23"