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Fri, 2012-10-26 19:39Brendan DeMelle
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MTV Breaks Climate Silence In Interview With Barack Obama

What does it say about the fourth estate and the presidential debate moderators that it fell to MTV to break the climate silence by finally asking one of the candidates about climate change

Oh well, at least it's broken now. H/T Forecast The Facts



To the 2012 Presidential Debate moderators, here's a little tribute to all of you for failing to ask any questions about the single largest threat to U.S. national security, public health and the economy. I'm looking at you Candy “all you climate change people” Crowley, Jim Lehrer, and Bob “200 questions” Schieffer. You all just got owned by MTV, that bastion of vital political coverage.

Take a bow, Sway Calloway!

Wed, 2007-07-11 10:29Emily Murgatroyd
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Celebrinfluence

In an age where celebrity antics replace issues like the war in Iraq as front page news, it can be challenging to engage audiences with 'real' global issues without losing them to Entertainment Tonight. Whether we like it or not, when celebrity speaks, we listen.

MTV's new public service announcement on Global Warming features respected artists like Pearl Jam, Rusted Root and Blackalicious who weigh in on the effects of global warming and the consequences of inaction.

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