Politics
10:17 am
Wed March 7, 2012

Views of the News: Rush Apology/Boycott; James Murdoch Resigns, Apple Announcement; Tribune On Lupo

Hurtful Words and Party Politics: The Rush Boycott

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Rush Limbaugh: "Why I Apologized to Sandra Fluke"

ABC's The View: "Sandra Fluke on Rush Limbaugh's Apology: 'It Doesn't Change Anything'"

Kirsten Powers, The Daily Beast: "Rush Limbaugh Isn't the Only Media Misogynist"

John Donvan, NPR's Talk of the Nation: "Varied Takes On the Power of the Word 'Slut'"

Curt Hopkins, The Christian Science Monitor: "Rush Limbaugh: If ad boycott expands, can her survive?"

Suzanne Vranica and Christoper S. Stewart, The Wall Street Journal: "Limbaugh Syndicator Defends Host"

Michael Kinsley, Bloomberg: "The Case Against the Case Against Rush Limbaugh"

Murdoch Heir Resigns, Probe Widens

Joe Flint and Meg James, Los Angeles Times: "News Corp. heir apparent James Murdoch resigns from London post"

Greg Farrell, Bloomberg: "News Corp. Obstruction Evidence Mounts Amid Murdoch Resignation"

Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson and Kara Scannell, Financial Times: "FBI probes former News Corp investment" (requires registration)

Apple's Media Fanboys and Contrarians

Mat Honan, Gizmodo: "What to Expect at Apple's Event Tomorrow"

Dan Gillmor, The Guardian: "Apple's over-compliant media"

Trib Tells Lupo Story

Janese Silvey, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Professor details role as climate consultant"

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