Thursday, November 03, 2011

Media Matters Daily Summary 11-03-11

Conservatives Respond To Cain Accusations By Dismissing Sexual Harassment As "Meaningless"
Following a report accusing Herman Cain of sexual harassment in the 1990s, media conservatives are claiming that such allegations are often "meaningless" or used as "a political tool." But studies show that victims often endure serious psychological and professional side effects as a result of the experience. Read More

Pat Buchanan's Worst MSNBC Moments
MSNBC political analyst Pat Buchanan has a long history of bigoted commentary in his books, columns, speeches, memos, and media appearances. Here are a few of his worst moments on MSNBC.
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Right-Wing's Pelosi Smear Ignores Historic Credit Card Reform Passed Under Her Watch
Right-wing media figures are accusing Rep. Nancy Pelosi of a "conflict of interest" based on an investment in Visa when she was Speaker of the House. But as Pelosi herself noted, while she was Speaker she oversaw historic credit card reform that was opposed by the financial services industry and touted by consumer advocates. Read More

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