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CM Dugan

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Occupation: Graphic Design/Musician , Anoka-Ramsey Community College
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Last Edit: Oct 25, 2012 - 11:06 AM PDT

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CM reviewed this story - Oct 27, 2012
CM's Rating
4.1

SUMMARY: A look at the pros on cons on reporting memes, which ones stay jokes, and what ones become part of the campaigns themselves. WHAT’S NEW: It’s about a fairly new form of way to look at how social media looks and campaigns. BALANCE: It feels balanced as it offers both sides of why they should or shouldn’t be reported on. TRANSPARENCY: This article provides tons of links, citations and information at the already confusing world of internet and memes in relation to politics.

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CM reviewed this story - Oct 27, 2012
CM's Rating
2.8

SUMMARY: A quick little article on how candidate trust is factoring into the 2012 elections. WHAT’S NEW: Trust has always been a key factor in elections and it’s not new by any means, but it’s nice to see this topic brought up again as we approach election day. BALANCE: Jackson brings up how trust factors to both campaigns, and uses comments from both camps on the topic TRANSPARENCY: I don’t think it’s too transparent, but it does provide quotes from both camps, other then that it doesn’t really cite anything else, but the short article really doesn’t need to.

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NT Rating: 3.6 | See All NT Reviews »
CM posted and reviewed this story - Oct 27, 2012
CM's Rating
4.2

SUMMARY: The Telegraph does a profile on NY Times’ Nate Silver aka Poblano, the man behind the FiveThrityEight blog, a blog that has been conducting stats on the 2012 presidential race WHAT’S NEW: A interesting profile into someone who might not be wildly known, but often read. BALANCE: Profile piece; there really isn’t another view point to discuss. Though those on the right disagree with his stats, despite being accurate in the past. TRANSPARENCY: The articles provides of insight and facts to make to make it easy not to question it’s transparency.

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NT Rating: 4.1 | See All NT Reviews »
CM posted and reviewed this story - Oct 27, 2012
CM's Rating
3.2

SUMMARY: Gaius Pablius gives some information and his opinion on Pro-Romney firms buying voting machines that serve Ohio. WHAT’S NEW: Not to much new information, it’s an opinion piece on a better article about Pro-Romney firms buying voting machines. BALANCE: Could be a bit more balanced; It does offer that fact it could be just a coincidence, and it’s just the corporations buying corporations. TRANSPARENCY: The article Pablius is talking about has some decent links, but ... More »

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CM posted and reviewed this story - Oct 27, 2012
CM posted and reviewed this story - Oct 26, 2012
CM's Rating
3.8

SUMMARY: HuffPo Blogger Bob Cesca breaksdown thew news ad from the Romney camp, blaming Obama for not working with the filibuster-happy Repub Congresses. WHAT’S NEW: The article explains that Republican members of the 111th and 112TH Congresses made it a primary goal to filibuster any and all democratic legislation to tarnish Pres. Obama’s future reelection chances. BALANCE: Firmly unbalanced, but it is an opinion piece. It does provide quotes and examples of filibustered ... More »

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CM posted and reviewed this story - Oct 26, 2012
CM posted and reviewed this story - Oct 25, 2012
CM reviewed this story - Oct 15, 2012
CM's Rating
2.5

I don't think this is good journalism, it feels like it's aimed to people who aren't voting for Romney already. It only told me things I already knew about Mitt, but provided some sources for it. I know it's an opinion piece, so the journalism factor isn't necessary, but it felt like it could be a little more centered.

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NT Rating: 4.1 | See All NT Reviews »
CM reviewed this story - Oct 15, 2012
CM's Rating
4.2

A solid article about Paul Ryan and his place in the Republican Party moving into the future post-election cycle.

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NT Rating: 3.2 | See All NT Reviews »
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