Thursday, September 15, 2011

Anderson Cooper 360, Thursday, September 15, 2011

Anderson Cooper anchored AC360 form the NYC studio and here's the rundown...

PERRY'S LOBBYIST CONNECTIONS: Report by Anderson Cooper
Follow up with Andrew Wheat (Texans for Public Justice) and Roland Martin

"Fire. Indict. Fight." advice to the White House: Anderson's discussion with James Carville about an op ed piece he wrote on CNN.com

Ethicist wants Bachmann to show proof of HPV vaccine victim: Anderson's discussion with Arthur Caplan, Bioethicist

360 Bulletin: Isha Sesay

Jacqueline Kennedy, In Her Own Words: Anderson played a portion of the recently released tapes and had a follow up discussion with Douglas Brinkley

Millionaire accused of killing his wife (admitted it in a 911 call)trial begins in Florida: Report by Gary Tuchman

360 Bulletin: Isha Sesay

RidicuList: Isha Sesay


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4 comments:

ACAnderFan said...

I really don't think Michele Bachamnn will be able to prove that a child became mentally challenged from taking the HPV vaccination. I liked Anderson's discussion with Arthur Caplan.

I really liked the discussion about Jackie Kennedy. I saw the special on ABC and it was really good.

judy said...

If James Carville is admitting so early in this pre-campaign mode, that Obama better start to fire, fight, and indict, he's in trouble.
His poll numbers are not good.
The only one who is mentally challenged and I'll use the word Michele so pleasantly used, "retarded," is Bachmann herself, and Arthur Caplan should have her as his patient.
The release of the Jackie Kennedy tapes is very enlightening.
I've always wondered how history would have viewed her if she were a First Lady in today's standards.
Even hearing her little Marilyn Monroe voice was endearing, although the audio was poor.
All I remember, and I was a small child then, is what she wore.
Possibly because that's all adults of the 60's ever spoke about, and her excessive spending habits.
@ The ATA TEAM: Anderson said he had Willow the cat, on his show.
I didn't watch it. Do you have the clip? I'd appreciate viewing it if possible.
Willow made the cover the NYPost.

Anonymous said...

The best part of Thursday's 360 was Arthur Caplan. I love the challenge he made to Michele Bachmann and I love the things he said during the interview; great attitude and he certainly didn't mince words.

The Jackie Kennedy tapes weren't nearly as "fascinating" as Anderson claimed they would be. The whole Kennedy/Camelot aura never appealed to me.

The Ridiculist ridiculing Isha was just a little too cutesy. Wish they would have showed more of Willow instead.

Jaanza

SM Pratt said...

There was a special with Diane Sawyer on the release of Jackie Kennedy's tapes and the book that goes with it. I got my copy today and am trying to hurry to finish reading the book I was already working on so I can look through it and see what all is there. I'm glad Caroline released this and that Jackie made the tapes - to never have her views on JFK's presidency I thought was sad. I was very young when JFK was killed but I remember a couple of things about his administration - the Cuban missile crisis (because it scared my mother so bad), how pretty Jackie was, the death of Patrick Kennedy at 2 days old, and then the murder of JFK and the 3 days of coverage the news channels gave it.

I think Obama needs to find his miracle bag and pull out a few for the economy if he is even going to think about running. Otherwise, he needs to bow out of the campaign and let someone else who might have a chance to win run for President.