Friday, June 17, 2011

There Is No Normal In Syria Right Now ~ Anderson Cooper

"There is no normal in Syria right now except repression and murder; that is normal now." ~ Anderson Cooper

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U.S. WEIGHS WAR CRIMES AGAINST SYRIA, Collecting information on crackdown: Anderson's discussion with Fouad Ajami and Wissam Tarif (Human Rights Activist)



KEEPING THEM HONEST, Deadly Mistake: A report by Anderson Cooper



EPIC FIREARM FOUL-UP, Federal agent killed, no one taking responsibility: A report by Drew Griffin and follow up discussion with Anderson



360 BULLETIN: Tom Foreman



CASEY ANTHONY TRIAL, New rules after brawl outside courthouse: A report by Gary Tuchman and follow up discussion with Anderson



DEFENSE ATTACKS GEORGE ANTHONY, Anthony family attorney speaks out: Anderson's discussion with Mark Lippman (Atty. for George Anthony)



CASEY ANTHONY MURDER TRIAL, Battle of the bug experts: Anderson's discussion with Jean Casarez & Sunny Hostin



The RidicuList: Educated Lady


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See you Monday...


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EXTRAS:

We've been posting Mike Ahern's One on One interview with Anderson all this week. Here's the final installment:

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2 comments:

ACAnderFan said...

I really enjoyed the five parts of Mike Ahern's interview with Anderson. I thought it was a very good interview.

The RidicuList was great, Anderson seemed to be in a particularly snarky mood. Love how the woman kept saying that she's educated. Like what does that have to do with how she was behaving on the train. I don't know how the conductor kept her cool, I don't think I would have been able to.

Anonymous said...

I must say I did like the Ridiculist tonite and AC's snark.
It made a lot of sense and was cute.
There seems to be a lot of rude, educated people on trains lately and instead of stopping the train anywhere, she should've been told to get off "at the next stop."
The conductor was too nice and should have told her, "she was not only out of order but was now also being "abusive," educated or not.
Judy