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February 18th, 2011
11:53 PM ET
soundoff (56 Responses)
  1. Avi Sachdev

    Thanks Anderson for Keeping it Honest!

    The world is watching the events unfold for a movement that is revolutionary not only amongst the young but old who have learned the lessons with hard times and gripe with sorrow, pain, fear and frustration. The tears shed are not in vain and the young are energized, enthusiastic, educated and empowered citizens following the footsteps and fulfilling their dreams of "life, liberty and pursuit of happiness".

    I wish for more peace & less anger. more actions & less frustrations, more transparency & less bureaucracy. more trees & less fees, more goodness & less sickness, more authenticity and less consumption of electricity.

    Thank You

    February 20, 2011 at 8:29 am |
  2. Ken

    I think we can help the Arab people by showing them some footage of the first peoples power in the Philippines that ousted the macros regime.people giving flowers to the soldiers...

    February 20, 2011 at 8:21 am |
  3. Nour

    Thanks Anderson for covering Libya and Bahrain when most reporters are still talking about celebrities and non sense. My respect to you grows everyday. Thanks eventhough you did not cover Tunisia-which is stil in turmoil and the intrim government still committing crimes against humanity.

    February 20, 2011 at 8:03 am |
  4. Omar

    You guys are the best. Thank you so much for been honest and working that hard to show us what those people in the middle East going through. What you are doing it might save a life. Thanks again.

    February 20, 2011 at 1:56 am |
  5. Libyan

    Dear Mr. Cooper,
    Libyans are seeking help from overseas....do something.... today Misurat, Zentan, Tajura and Leptis magna are under attacks by terrorist from east Africa and souther Asia sponsored by Ghadafi.... i got lots of yahoo messages from families seeking for help.My brother who is major in the army joined the people in the street after seeing africans killing our people in the street.... call me please please please i am in the USA

    February 19, 2011 at 10:39 pm |
  6. Christina Kendziorski, PhD

    Dear Anderson,

    We need you here in Madison, at least via satellite, to interview
    Governor Scott Walker. The media coverage has been incredibly
    biased, and our local journalists cannot (or are not) asking him
    any of the critical questions that need to be asked. For example, I have
    yet to hear anyone ask about the human rights violations proposed
    in this bill. The International Labour Organization (agency of the
    United Nations) clearly indicates in their Declaration on Fundamental
    Principles and Rights to Work that collective bargaining is a human right.
    There has also been no mention of the fact that the proposed cuts hit
    those making the least amount of money the hardest. As you know, there is a proposed 5.8% of gross income reduction in pay due to contributions to the pension fund. Clearly this is in proportion with a workers' salary. However, it is also proposed that workers pay approximately 12% of their health care premium. That premium is fixed for most state workers, and so those making the least amount of money are impacted the most.

    We need your help ! Thanks...and thanks for everything you do.

    Best,

    Christina Kendziorski

    February 19, 2011 at 9:16 pm |
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