Minnesota Public Radio says cuts to public funding will “impact hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans.” So why don’t those people pick up the tab?
Who says public radio is boring? We spiced it up Monday by injecting the radical concept of blind justice into a debate over the federal budget deal. Called upon to bring the Tea Party perspective to a roundtable discussion on NPR affiliate KCRW’s To the Point, I joined host Warren Olney, Mother Jones’ David Corn, [...]
Vivian Schiller’s NPR frequently provided a platform for extremists in a forum where they were sheltered as experts.
So here, in the interest of fulfilling the Left’s favorite ideology, the Fairness Doctrine, is my own sophomoric suggested daily viewing schedule for the Times to consider if and when it decides to launch a new cable channel.
The three week continuing resolution (CR) just passed by the House with very modest cuts in order to keep the government running while negotiations with the White House and Senate Democrats proceed should be the last olive branch. And the cuts should also include some lefty sacred cows such as elimination of funding for public broadcasting.
NewsRealBlog decided to ask a few experts their opinion on the 2010 Nuclear Posture Review (NPR). General Richard Myers, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under President George W. Bush, a former CIA operative, a former CIA analyst, and a former global strategist for the US Army were interviewed. They want to [...]
(Robert Siegel, liberal host of NPR’s “All Things Considered,” behind the mics with NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg.)
We need to come up with a new name for our left-wing members in the U.S. House of Representatives, for they’re clearly not Representatives of their constituents, accept by accident of a shared liberal agenda.
“Representatives” in the [...]
The February 10, 2010, broadcast of NPR’s On Point with Tom Ashbrook, Europe’s Debt, Global Crisis?, analyzes the growing debt crisis of the five PIIGS of the European Union – Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece, and Spain. Little Greece has the worst credibility problem. The reason why this matters is due to fears that Greece could [...]