Wednesday, December 1, 2010

This week's topic links

Governor's "Information Ministry"

Missouri Digital News: "Governor blocks reporters from higher education discussion"

Missouri Digital News: "A message from Phill Brooks on this week's situation"

Bob Priddy, Missourinet: "Nixon to Capitol press corps: No Admittance"

Dave Lieb, Associated Press: "Nixon against tuition hikes at Missouri colleges"

Janese Silvey, Columbia Daily Tribune: "Puzzling agenda: Governor calls on colleges to do more with less"

WikiLeaks: Round Three

Keach Hagey, Politico: "WikiLeaks a media game changer"

Paul Farhi, Washington Post: "WikiLeaks spurned New York Times, but Guardian leaked State Department cables"

New York Times: "A Note to Readers: The Decision to Publish Diplomatic Documents"

New York Times: "Answers to Readers' Questions About State's Secrets"

Russell Adams and Jessica E. Vascellaro, The Wall Street Journal: "To Publish Leaks Or Not to Publish?"

Associated Press: "WikiLeaks: Espionage? Journalism? Something else?"

Timothy J. McNulty, CNN: "Real danger of WikiLeaks dump: curtailed rights"

TSA Pat-downs: the Perfect Media Storm

David Carr, New York Times: "A Media False Alarm Over the T.S.A."

Howard Kurtz, The Daily Beast: "The Media's Pat-Down Frenzy"

Marc Ambinder, National Journal: "White House Fights Pat-Down Backlash"

Amanda Marcotte, The Guardian: "Who benefits over the TSA controversy?"

Larry Greenemeier, Scientific American: "What is the Best Approach to Aviation Security?"

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