Wednesday, September 14, 2011

This week's topic links

Bachmann Repeats Bogus Vaccine Claim

Bachmann appears on Sean Hannity radio program, 9/13

Rachel Weiner, The Washington Post: "Bachmann claims HPV vaccine might cause 'mental retardation'"

Domenico Montanaro, NBC News: "Fact Check: No evidence to suggest HPV vaccine causes 'mental retardation'"

Scott Hensley, NPR: "Pediatricians Fact-Check Bachmann's Bashing of HPV Vaccine"

(from 2008) Missouri School of Journalism: "Missouri School of Journalism Senior Makes Worldwide Impact with 14-part Autism Series on KOMU"

(from 2008) Huntly Collins, McClatchy Newspapers: "'Autism's False Prophets': defending vaccines in the debate"

Ben Howe, "Bachmann Stayed Quiet on Mandatory Vaccinations While Serving Minnesota"

Laura Bassett, The Huffington Post: "Rick Perry's HPV Vaccine Law Sparks Political Fight That Ignores Health Issues"

Krugman: Dishes But Can't Take Criticism

Paul Krugman, The New York Times: "The Years of Shame"

Paul Krugman, The New York Times: "More About the 9/11 Anniversary"

Eric Wemple, The Washington Post: "Paul Krugman's comment-stifling: cowardly and smug"

Marty Richman, Hollister (CA) Free Lance: "Paul Krugman, intellectual coward"

Nick Greene, The Village Voice: "Paul Krugman's 9/11 Blog Post is Baffling"

Noreen Malone, New York Magazine: "Cats, Music Videos, Flame Wars: Paul Krugman Is Very, Very Bloggy"

More 9/11 Media Moments

Paul Farhi, The Washington Post: "Sept. 11, 2011: An anniversary dissected in the media unlike any other"

Pew Research Center for the People & the Press: "9/11 Commemorations Capture Public Attention

Etc., Etc.

"David Schaper, NPR: "Judge Orders Journalism School To Turn Over Emails"

Dylan Stableford, Yahoo! News: "Diane Sawyer secures first sit-down interview with Gabrielle Giffords"

Next Media (Taiwan) Animation of Presidential Candidate Rick Perry

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