• June 15, 2021

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Exclusive: Column: NPR at 50 Years — Still a Liberal

National Public Radio is celebrating its 50th anniversary this week in a classic way: asking their fans for money. A fundraising email gushes “From covering the Vietnam War in 1971 to the COVID-19 vaccination effort today, and everything in between, NPR has delivered fact-based news and trustworthy analysis to millions.” Some of that “fact-based news” […]Read More

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Exclusive: NPR Disinformation: GOP Bills Attacking ‘Mostly Peaceful’ Protests

Liberals have gone from fretting over “restrictions” on voting to restrictions on rioting. They like to call them “anti-protest bills.” So Republicans are opposed to voting and protesting? On Friday night’s All Things Considered on NPR, their segment was titled “Wave Of ‘Anti-Protest’ Bills Could Threaten First Amendment.” Anchor Mary Louise Kelly turned to the […]Read More

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Exclusive: NPR Enables Israel-Hating Ilhan Omar’s Pose as Guardian of

National Public Radio has celebrated Rep. Ilhan Omar — and disparaged conservative media for criticizing her. On Thursday’s Morning Edition, anchor Steve Inskeep treated her like a shadow Secretary of State, touting her new bill imposing sanctions on Saudi Arabia’s crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, for ordering the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi […]Read More

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Exclusive: Even NPR Noticed Sen. Gillibrand Won’t Talk About Cuomo

On Friday’s All Things Considered, National Public Radio reported on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s growing scandals, and as they discussed Lindsey Boylan’s charges of sexual harassment, reporter Sally Herships noted Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s office gave her the “No comment” treatment. This is the same Gillibrand that drove Sen. Al Franken out of office on sexual harassment […]Read More