Monday, March 14, 2011

Further Analysis Finds Deceptive Editing In Sting Tape, As NPR Gains An Unlikely Defender


NPR never said that. Rober Schiller sid that as part of his personal opinion, which he prefaced the whole interview. What Schiller said was not that bad, in fact it was correct, with the exception of public financing. I understand his point, but it would mean the end of NPRs impartiali­ty. As such, why do you want someone that does not believe in public finance soliciting contributi­ons to make up the shortfall?



The Right does not like NPR because they can't be bought, and they fact check their stories, something FOX and the rest of their mouth pieces never do.
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