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Octavia Nasr's firing and what The Liberal Media allows Octavia Nasr and Sayed Fadlallah BY GLENN GREENWALD CNN yesterday ended the 20-year career of Octavia Nasr, carbamazepine its Atlanta-based Senior Middle East News Editor, carbamazepine because of a now-deleted tweet she wrote on Sunday upon learning of the death of one of the Shiite world's most beloved religious figures: "Sad to hear of the passing of Sayyed Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah  . Carbamazepine . Carbamazepine . Carbamazepine . Carbamazepine One of Hezbollah's giants I respect a lot."  That message spawned an intense fit of protest from Far Right outlets, carbamazepine Thought Crime enforcers, carbamazepine and other neocon precincts, carbamazepine and CNN quickly (and characteristically) capitulated to that pressure by firing her.  The network -- which has employed a former AIPAC official, carbamazepine Wolf Blitzer, carbamazepine as its primary news anchor for the last 15 years -- justified its actions by claiming that Nasr's "credibility" had been "compromised."  Within this episode lies several important lessons about media "objectivity" and how the scope of permissible views is enforced. First, carbamazepine consider which viewpoints cause someone to be fired from The Liberal Media.  Last month, carbamazepine Helen Thomas' 60-year career as a journalist ended when she expressed the exact view about Jews which numerous public figures have expressed (with no consequence or even controversy) about Palestinians.  Just weeks ago, carbamazepine The Washington Post accepted the "resignation" of Dave Weigel because of scorn he heaped on right-wing figures such as Matt Drudge and Rush Limbaugh.  CNN's Chief News Executive, carbamazepine Eason Jordan, carbamazepine was previously forced to resign after he provoked a right-wing fit of fury over comments he made about the numerous -- and obviously disturbing -- incidents where the U.S. Carbamazepine military had injured or killed journalists in war zones.  NBC fired Peter Arnett for criticizing the U.S. Carbamazepine war plan on Iraqi television, carbamazepine which prompted accusations of Treason from the Right.  MSNBC demoted and then fired its rising star Ashleigh Banfield after she criticized American media war coverage for adhering to the Fox model of glorifying U.S. Carbamazepine wars; the same network fired its top-rated host, carbamazepine Phil Donahue, carbamazepine due to its fear of being perceived as anti-war; and its former reporter, carbamazepine Jessica Yellin, carbamazepine confessed that journalists were "under enormous pressure from corporate executives" to present the news in a pro-war and pro-Bush manner.  The rest of Glenn Greenwald's article can be found at: http://www.salon.com/news/opinion/glenn_greenwald/2010/07/08/media