Tuesday, August 3, 2010

This week's topic links

August Primary Coverage

Some good sources for Missouri primary election reporting and analysis:

Columbia Missourian
Columbia Daily Tribune
Kansas City Star's Midwest Democracy Project
STLToday Government and Political News

Andrew Romano and Daniel Stone, Newsweek: "The Tea Party's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Night"

Liz Sidoti, Associated Press: "Another incumbent down as Michigan Rep. loses"

Jessica Machetta, Missourinet: "Missourians Approve Prop C, the Health Care Freedom Act"

Kansas City Star editorial: "A hollow victory for Proposition C"

Jeff Lautenberger, Columbia Missourian: "Voter turnout higher than anticipated in primary election"

Nikki Tekkei, Columbia Missourian: "Winners in the state auditor primary election"

Virginia Young, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: "St. Louis earnings tax measure makes state ballot in November"

Blood On Their Hands?

Declan McCullagh, CNet.com: "Wikileaks draws criticism, censorship threats"

Ron Moreau and Sami Yousafzai, Newsweek: "Taliban Seeks Vengeance in Wake of WikiLeaks"

BBC News: "Afghan leak: WikiLeaks' Assange denies 'blood on hands'"

Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!: "Julian Assange Responds to Increasing US Government Attacks on WikiLeaks"

CNN Wire: "MIT students helped WikiLeaks suspect, hacker says"

David Muir and Jessica Hopper, ABC News: "Who is Pvt. Bradley Manning?"

Associated Press: "Army Whistleblower Felt 'Isolated'"

Carly Carioli, Boston Phoenix: "British newspapers out alleged WikiLeaks source, a soldier, as being gay; Queer-bashing has already begun"

Amanpour's Sunday Debut

ABC News.com: Watch Christiane Amanpour's first outing as host of ABC's "This Week"

Tom Shales, The Washington Post: "Tom Shales reviews Christiane Amanpour's lackluster debut on ABC's 'This Week'"

Justin Elliott, Salon: "ABC whacks Shales over attack on Amanpour"

Alessandra Stanley, The New York Times: "A TV Host Challenges a Guest. That's News."

New Standards on Plagiarism?

Trip Gabriel, The New York Times: "Plagiarism Lines Blur for Students in Digital Age"

Covering Suicides

Bob Priddy, Missourinet Blog: "Reporting a sensitive issue: Suicide"

RTDNA: "Guidelines for Reporting on a Suicide"

1 comment:

家唐銘 said...

Judge not a book by its cover.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .