Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Anderson Cooper 360, Tuesday 9/11/12


US GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS ATTACKED: Anderson Cooper and Ian Lee reporting
And by phone Fran Townsend, Jomana Karadsheh and Mona Eltahawy

A 9/11 TRIBUTE BY ANDERSON COOPER:
Introduction to the 'Keeping Them Honest' segment:

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KEEPING THEM HONEST: 9/11 WARNINGS IGNORED? Anderson Cooper reporting
QUESTIONS ABOUT PRE 9/11 INTELLIGENCE: Kurt Eichenwald (Vanity Fair/NYT) and Ari Fleisher

CHICAGO TEACHERS STRIKE, DAY 2: Ted Rowlands reporting

ISSUES 2012, WHAT KEEPS YOU UP AT NIGHT? A restaurant owner talks about taxes
Follow up with John King, Dan Lothian and Jim Acosta

REMEMBERING THE VICTIMS:
President Obama's words and images of today's memorial services



This morning Anderson did an interview with Good Day LA:

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Anderson did an interview with NY Fox 5 that aired Monday morning:

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AC360 Transcript

AC360 Podcast

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Excellent report on the anti-American riots in Egypt and Libya. For me, who saw only a few bits and pieces of the news in the afternoon, it truly was 'Breaking News.'

The earlier news I saw did cover the story about W Bush and 9/11 pre-intelligence so I wasn't interested in seeing it again especially if it involved Ari Fleischer.

I'm bringing up the Chicago teacher's striker because 360 had a segment on it and because I want to go off-topic. Another website showed the teachers striking and one home-made sign reading 'Rahm Emanuel Loves Nickelback'. Here's the off-topic joke - Who can you see in concert for 45 cents? 50 Cent and Nickelback.

Another excellent 'What Keeps You Up At Night' segment, this time taxes and small business owners. Ed Halari stated his case very well.

The 9/11 memorial video was well done and reverent.

The video from Good Day LA had good information but that guy's personality is not right for morning TV. Honey Boo Boo will be an 'Anderson' guest host? Is that what the LA guy said? That does NOT sound like a good idea. As W.C. Fields said, "Never work with children or animals." Still not sure how to take that guy comparing Anderson to Jerry Springer.

Jaanza

aries moon said...

Ari Fleischer has nothing to say on the actions not taken by the Bush Administration prior to 9/11. They were incompetent and as a result of their negligence, the attacks took place. It was gratifying to see Kurt Eichenwald hitting Ari hard over the BA's failures--Eichenwald was one person who wasn't going to allow Fleischer to lie again without laying out the facts. It was a boisterous but good segment--especially good because Fleischer had his you know what handed to him by Eichenwald. The 9/11 tribute at the end of the show was well done.

Thanks for the video clips. I have to disagree with Anderson--I think the world would be better off without the Kardashians AND Honey Boo Boo.

Anonymous said...

No, the world probably would have been better off without Bush and Cheney.
Unfortunately, our former President and Rock Star, Bill Clinton ignored the warnings from Bin Landen after the bombing of the Cole during his administration.
He also contributed to the "Great Recession," by repealing the Glass Segal Act 6 months before he left office...but no one holds him accountable.
Both parties contributed to this economic mess, but not equally.
I like to call it, 'shared responsiblity.'