October 7th, 2012
01:19 PM ET

Media Monitor- October 7

Ann Romney's controversial gig as Good Morning America guest host, the Weather Channel takes heat for a plan to name winter storms and an Wisconsin anchorwoman's public response to criticism of her weight.

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  6. Pete

    I did not notice any reference to "women's" weight in the email to the news anchor. It seems like Howard Kurtz was looking for an excuse to do a little PC posturing.

    October 10, 2012 at 2:01 am | Reply
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    David Drucker, who thinks journalists shouldn't be fact-checking politicians (You kidding me?) says Republicans and Demorats are relying on competing studies. Uh, not exactly. Republicans are looking at the same CBO studies that Democrats are and distorting the results or leaving out certain aspects of what the CBO said. Republicans are old hands at this kind of misinformation-mongering.

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