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What is your EQ?

March 24th, 2010
12:17 PM ET

Filed under:  General
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  1. William Marlowe

    What could possibly be wrong with boosting or supporting a young persons confidence in themselves?

    March 24, 2010 at 11:00 pm | Reply
  2. Romy

    The rulseting fallout has proven a huge blow to CNN's credibility, since it co-sponsored and aired the forum.I don't think it is a huge blow to CNN, because their lack of credibility was in the tank way before the debate. CNN can't fall much lower. Remember these CNN screwups:Operation Tailwind, CNN NewsStand (1998). Lying/fabricating. The televised special claimed that the U.S. military used nerve gas in a mission to kill American defectors in Laos during the Vietnam War, but the story had no factual support. CNN later retracted the story.Eason Jordon and CNN (2003). Admitted bias, slanting the news. Eason Jordan, CNN's news chief, admitted that CNN withheld reporting on Saddam Hussein's atrocities so as to continue getting favored treatment from Saddam.(2005). False accusations. CNN Eason Jordan accused U.S. forces in Iraq of deliberately targeting and killing journalists. He apologized and resigned.(2002). CNN reported: "There's almost a massacre now taking place in Jenin, the Palestinian refugee camp. Helicopter gun ships are throwing missiles at one square kilometer packed with almost 15,000 people in a refugee camp . . . This is a war crime, clear war crime." However, the actual "death toll was 56 Palestinians, the majority of them combatants, and 23 Israeli soldiers."and on, and on, and on...By the way, congrats on another listing on the Hot Air site.

    February 8, 2012 at 5:24 pm | Reply

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