News Story - WVIT | Hartford

News Story - WVIT | Hartford

There are 34 comments on the NBC 30 Hartford story from Mar 14, 2008, titled News Story - WVIT | Hartford. In it, NBC 30 Hartford reports that:

Anjuli Porter is the weekend morning news anchor and reporter for NBC 30. She joined the NBC 30 news team in June of 2007.

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emwilson74

AOL

#1 Mar 22, 2008
Hello:
I have a question: Could Anjuli please tell me what hair salon she uses (if local)? I think her hair always looks beautiful and I am desperate to find a good beautician in the area.
Sincerely,
emwilson :-)
Viewer

West Hartford, CT

#2 Apr 6, 2008
It's time to let Anjuli Porter go! I tried giving her a chance since she was new, but OMG how many times can you stumble over words and continue to represent NBC30? Enough is enough! Time to move on and find someone better...please!
Viewer

West Hartford, CT

#3 Apr 6, 2008
It's time to let "The Weekend Anchor Woman" go! I tried giving her a chance since she was new, but OMG how many times can you stumble over words and continue to represent NBC30? Enough is enough! Time to move on and find someone better...please! Teleprompter this Teleprompter that, cmon be a pro ADJUST!
Mick

United States

#4 Apr 27, 2008
I happen to enjoy Anjuli. She's getting better.

I've seen some of the other established newscasters make big mistakes too.

At least she isn't Scot Haney trying to hog every second of air time
Susan

Middletown, CT

#5 May 8, 2008
Open Letter to Speaker Pelosi on Approval of Mental Health Parity
SAN DIEGO, March 11 /PRNewswire/-- Dr. Fred Baughman released the
following statement today:
Dear Madam Speaker,
Believing, with you, that "Illness of the brain must be treated like
illness anywhere else in the body," the House of Representatives have
passed a mental health parity bill. The problem is that there is no medical
proof that psychiatric diagnoses are actual diseases, disorders or
illnesses of the brain. Claiming they are, as purveyors of psychiatry and
"mental health" assert, is the greatest health care fraud in U.S. history.
In fact, psychiatry is distinct from the rest of medicine in that they
do not examine for, test for, or diagnose, physical abnormalities --
diseases.
Susan

Middletown, CT

#6 May 8, 2008
Make no mistake: psychiatrists absent themselves from the medical
profession the moment they enter their psychiatric training programs, and
leave behind the tools with which to diagnose physical diseases, embracing,
instead, interviews, behavior check-lists and their labeling-billing bible,
the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual published by the American Psychiatric
Association. Predictably, the Psychiatric Association's Manual of diseases
has exploded from 112 mental disorders in 1952 to 374 in the 1994, DSM-IV.
By parroting the "disease" lie, psychiatry guarantees a never-ending
supply of new "patients" made up of normals of all ages, while abrogating
the informed consent rights of every one of them.
My specialty, neurology, is officially dedicated to the diagnosis and
treatment of organic-physical diseases of the brain and nervous system. As
a Fellow of the American Academy of Neurology, I have fought and lobbied to
get its leaders to clarify for the public what a disease is and is not, to
help educate the public and to help them educate themselves in the face of
the ubiquitous "disease"-"chem ical imbalance" lie.
Susan

Middletown, CT

#7 May 8, 2008
I am appalled by the actions of the AAN, the American Medical
Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and of all of organized
medicine for accepting and using the psychiatric disease lie, which even
the White House, has bought into by arguing it "would effectively mandate
coverage of a broad range of diseases."
Passage of your bill means there will no longer be limits to the
coverage of psychiatric "diseases" any more than there would be for cancer,
heart disease, and diabetes. Here we have proof that you in the House -- at
least the 268 members, who voted this bill into existence, have been duped
-- or worse.
On September 29, 2000, I testified before the Committee on Education
and the Workforce, on Behavioral Drugs in Schools, saying: "The biggest
health care fraud in US history is the representation of ADHD to be a
disease, and the drugging of millions of normal children." "Without an iota
of proof the National Institute on Mental Health proclaims the children
"brain-diseased," "abnormal. ADHD is a total, 100% fraud."
In 1993 I testified on the nature of psychiatric diagnosis at the
National Institutes of Health: "If, as I am convinced, these entities are
not diseases, it would be unethical to initiate research to evaluate
biological interventions-unethical and fatally flawed scientifically."
On December 13, 1999, Surgeon General, David Satcher announced: " ...
Mental illnesses are physical illnesses ... we know the chemical disorders
we are treating ... "
I responded: "there is no abnormality in life, or at autopsy, in
depression, bipolar disorder and other mental illnesses ... your role in
this deception is clear ... you should resign."
Americans are routinely lied to in this regard and their right to
informed consent is universally abrogated. They are coerced and preyed upon
by government schools, Child Protective Services, Departments of Child and
Family Services, family and juvenile courts. If they resist such labeling
and drugging they will be deemed to be guilty of medical negligence and
stand to lose custody of their children. This is the "mental health parity"
this bill would further enable.
The media coverage of your enactment of the House mental health parity
bill observes, "Researchers have found biological causes and effective
treatments for numerous mental illnesses.
But no matter how passionate current and past members of government
feel about the issue, whether or not there are proven, demonstrable,
abnormalities to validate mental, psychiatric diagnoses as diseases is
entirely a matter for scientific medicine to answer, patient-by patient. No
child can be called ADHD-diseased, by adoption of a list of behaviors by
the DSM Committee of the APA, and none can be diagnosed by any act of the
Congress or White House. That is my duty as a physician, and it is a duty I
cannot abdicate.
I would welcome an opportunity to testify before your committee-under
oath.
Sincerely,
Fred A. Baughman Jr., MD, Neurologist
Fellow, American Academy of Neurology
Author: The ADHD Fraud- How Psychiatry Makes "Patients" of Normal Children
http://www.Trafford.com
Contact: Dr. Fred Baughman
Date: March 11, 2008
E-mail: fredbaughmanmd@cox.net
For more information please surf to: www.antipsychiatry.org
Rayco

Newington, CT

#8 Dec 11, 2008
Anjuli is perfect for the Job, do not in any way try to defame this Awesome Woman's Character.
BigCat

Manchester, CT

#9 Dec 28, 2008
Anjuli is a breath of fresh air to New England. She has quickly assimilated and is doing a wonderful job both on air as an anchor woman and as the 'roving reporter' during the week.

I can't imagine how anyone can see anything in Ms. Porter's work that would warrant her removal.

Keep it up Anjuli!!!
andyj

Wethersfield, CT

#10 Jan 6, 2009
I also like anguli....she's good!
terry

Cambridge, MA

#11 Jan 19, 2009
as for Anjuli she is good, and a beautiful lady as well
abeetz

West Haven, CT

#12 Feb 7, 2009
I love her!
Habs

Bloomfield, CT

#13 Feb 8, 2009
STOP HATING!
Viewer wrote:
It's time to let Anjuli Porter go! I tried giving her a chance since she was new, but OMG how many times can you stumble over words and continue to represent NBC30? Enough is enough! Time to move on and find someone better...please!
Habs

Bloomfield, CT

#14 Feb 8, 2009
Amen I agree BUT I like Scott too. He's the ONLY reason I watch channel 3 news at all. Channel 3 does not have enough diversity on their line up which is NOT GOOD!
Mick wrote:
I happen to enjoy Anjuli. She's getting better.
I've seen some of the other established newscasters make big mistakes too.
At least she isn't Scot Haney trying to hog every second of air time
newswatcher

Los Angeles, CA

#15 Mar 1, 2009
Bristol your crazy! I love Anjuli Porter! She's beautiful and is the best anchor at Ch. 30! And I met her in person. Now I love her even more. I think we should expect big things from her. She won't be in Hartford for long!
newswatcher

Los Angeles, CA

#16 Mar 1, 2009
Bristol your crazy! I love Anjuli Porter! She's beautiful and is the best anchor at Ch. 30! And I met her in person. Now I love her even more. I think we should expect big things from her. She won't be in Hartford for long!
noticiasbuff

Los Angeles, CA

#17 Mar 1, 2009
A star is born!!

I am most impressed with an anchor that I saw on NBC 30 News this weekend. Her name is Anjuli Porter and at first glance, its obvious that she's a STAR! She's breathtaking and had a lot of personality. Connecticut doesn't offer much excitement, but this woman made the news interesting .. and at times FUN! I flipped back and forth to other stations and was amazed at the difference!

I travel to Hartford a few times a month for business. I have never been impressed with Hartford news broadcasts -- the content reminds me of "small town" news and the anchors and reporters look "homely" and ordinary -- overall nothing to write home about. But Anjuli is fresh and interesting -- obviously misplaced in HARTFORD! As long as I continue to travel to Hartford for work, I will watch for this woman on NBC. But I have a feeling that she won't be in that town very long. If the national networks had any sense, they'd scoop her up quick!!!
Derek

New Britain, CT

#18 Mar 6, 2009
I think Ms. Porter is an great personality for NBC 30. She should be the weekday morning anchor before the young woman that is there currently.
Willimantic Will

New York, NY

#19 Mar 22, 2009
I love Anjuli! But I think she would do better at the networks. Most of the really talented broadcasters (men and women) go on to do a lot more in bigger news markets. I don't know if its because the news stations in New Haven and Hartford don't pay well or if its because Connecticut is too conservative.??? Anyway, I heard NBC tried to sell that station but couldn't. Guess the economy is hard on everybody, huh?
Willimantic Will

New York, NY

#20 Mar 22, 2009
why does this thing say i'm from NYC???

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