April 15th, 2012
01:19 PM ET

Mike Wallace, TV's Pit Bull

Howard Kurtz looks back at the career of the legendary Mike Wallace with the help of two of his 60 Minutes colleagues, Steve Kroft and Bob Simon.

Filed under: CBS • Media • Mike Wallace • Reliable Sources
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  1. Nicolas Schleifer


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  2. Youlanda Frett


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  3. Laurence Glavin

    Lawrence O'Donnell was correct, and I'm disappointed that he apologized for ridiculing the bizarre beliefs of the LDS Church. Julia Sweeney was also right when in one of her monlogues she made fun of the things a Mormon missionary said to try to convert her to the faith...AND THEN WENT ON TO POINT OUT HOW BIZARRE CONVENTIONAL RELIGIOUS BELIEFS ARE AS WELL! A talking snake? A flood that covered the whole Earth up to the highest mountain, leaving a few members of one family left? Then everybody on Earth today would have to be their descendants. A wandering preacher who is God incarnate, but who said the end of the world was coming soon (ok, he wasn't as precise as the crazy preacher a year ago) but when it happens, stars will fall out of the sky and be swallowed up by the Earth's oceans although every star in the universe is exponentially LARGER than the Earth and so far away that travelling at the speed of light they would take thousands or even millions of years to get here. Undoubtedly, officials at Comcast/NBCU/MSNBC forced Lawrence to do it. Oh, and another thing...I'm an opera buff too, and Bob Simon apparently hasn't checked out tenor Juan Diego Flores.

    April 15, 2012 at 1:35 pm | Reply

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