Wednesday, October 5, 2011

This week's topic links

Who Are the Wall Street Occupiers?


Sean Firko, Huffington Post: "Occupy Wall Street: Inarticulate Nonsense or Real Politics?" "Live Coverage: Occupy Wall Street"

Gloria Goodale, Christian Science Monitor: "'Occupy Wall Street': Why this revolution isn't made for TV"

David Weidner, Wall Street Journal: "Facebook Chronicles A Lost Generation: Most of the Battered Young Are Waiting For Someone Else to Change the System"

The Iranian Pastor and Mainstream Religion Coverage

Terry Mattingly, "Got news? One doomed Iranian pastor (ho hum)"

Jijo Jacob, International Business Times: "Iran Accuses Nadarkhani of Rape, 'Zionist' Treason, but Execution Not 'Imminent'"

Google News links for search on "Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani"

New NPR Boss Hopes to Tamp Down Controversy

David Folkenflik, NPR: "NPR Turns to Public Television For New Leader"

Brent Lang, The Wrap: "CEO Gary Knell: 'We Must Depoliticize National Public Radio'"

Too Much Transparency?

Iowa City Press-Citizen: "UI Hospitals employee arrested for theft" (be sure to read comments)

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