'CBS This Morning' Review: Mold Broken, Comfort Zones...
Jan 9, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: TV Newser
Today's debut of " CBS This Morning " was worth the price of admission just for the pleasure of watching 70-year-old Charlie Rose look into the camera and say: "It's a huge Twitter topic that Twitter friends have been Tweeting." As the producers no doubt instantly realized, Rose's comfort zone does not extend seamlessly to pop-culture stories like ... (more)
CBS can have Joe Scarbourgh!
Unbelievably, that was it. The story was simply dropped. A young female employee of one of Florida's Congressmen had died unexpectedly in the Congressman's office. There were no witnesses to her death and the cause of death was not apparent. Klausutis' boss, Joe Scarborough had recently resigned from Congress prematurely and unexpectedly, amid rumors about his marital fidelity and soon after a divorce. He had also abruptly resigned as publisher of the Independent Florida Sun, claiming that resigning from Congress and as publisher was necessary to spend more time with his sons.
Such circumstances make one pause. Sick to death of the clear bias of the corporate owned media, and suspicious of the odd nature of this death, we began to dig for answers. The more information we discovered, the more unlikely, and the more newsworthy the story became.
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