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On Saturday CBS reporter Elizabeth Palmer compared the Tea Party to candidates in the recent Iranian presidential election. â€œWell, he was seen as the most reform-minded of all the candidates who ran this time, that being said, they were all very conservative.
In U.S. terms, it was as if all the candidates for the presidency [...]
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CBS reporter Elizabeth Palmer compares Iranian candidates to the Tea Party
On Saturday CBS reporter Elizabeth Palmer compared the Tea Party to candidates in the recent Iranian presidential election.
was seen as the most reform-minded of all the candidates who ran this time, that being said, they were all very conservative.
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said. â€œItâ€™s things like that that people hear and see and realize how out of touch the lamestream, the mainstream media is.
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Elizabeth Palmer has been a CBS News correspondent since August 2000.
She has been based in London since late 2003, after having been based in Moscow (2000-2003).
Palmer reports primarily for the "CBS Evening News."
has spent much of her
CBS News tenure, since the Sept. 11 attacks, reporting on the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq and on politics and foreign policy in Iran, Syria and the Middle East.
Before joining CBS News, Palmer was bureau chief and senior correspondent in Moscow for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, reporting in both English and French (1997-2000).
She was also bureau chief and senior correspondent for the organization's Latin American bureau in Mexico City (1994-1997).
Among the stories Palmer
covered were the implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement, the crash of the Mexican peso and the Chiapas indigenous rebellion.
Prior to her overseas assignments, she was a documentary reporter on science and international affairs (1990-1994) and a business reporter (1988-1990) for the CBC in Toronto.
hosted CBC Radio's Olympic coverage from the 1988 Winter and Summer Olympic Games, as well as its most prestigious current affairs programs.
has contributed to the Columbia Journalism Review and The Globe and Mail, and has filed reports and analysis for PBS and National Public Radio.
received the 1994 Science Writers of Canada Award for Best Television Documentary, the 1995 New York Television and Radio Award for Best News Feature and the 2005 Sigma Delta Chi Award for her
coverage of the Beslan school hostage siege in Russia.
She was born in London, England.
Palmer was graduated with honors from the University of British Columbia in 1976 with a bachelor of arts in English linguistics and from the Centre for Journalism Studies at University College in Cardiss, United Kingdom, in 1979 with a master of arts in journalism.
husband live in London with their two children.