I wonder what NPR would have thought of, say, someone who hypothetically became a Conservative legend after having financed his magazine with counterfeit money. What if NPR found out, for example, that William F. Buckley had used a million bucks in counterfeit cash to launch National Review? Do you think NPR would have thought that was just a clever bunch of people finding a clever way to launch their Conservative media empire? Or, do you think rather that NPR might have been in scornful high dudgeon, insisting that the right-winger was really nothing more than a criminal, and a fraud?
Yeah… that last is a lot more likely. Continue reading NPR Watch (4/20/17) – NPR Speaks Approvingly of Grand Theft
It was beyond hilarious. You have to understand: Lulu Garcia Navarro is one of those hyper-earnest, hyper-I-Want-To-Show-You-How-Erudite-And-Just-Good-I-Am … typical NPR hostettes(2). And she sounded like a complete, drooling half-wit as she lost her all too brief wrestling match with the French place name. Continue reading NPR Watch (4/2/17) The Silliness of the Left
Bottom Line: If pressed to put the top 10 principal contributors to a changing climate in a hierarchical list, ordered … Continue reading NPR Watch (3/17/17) – Fake News!
Bottom Line: When you never refer to someone without using the heavily freighted term, “far-right,” then you’re taking the lazy way out. … Continue reading NPR Watch (3/9/17) – Pre-emptive Vilification
Bottom Line: That leads me to my next question: Of the two participants in the silly little fake news charade — … Continue reading NPR Watch (2/22/17) — NPR is the Dumb and Dumber of the “News” Media
It was almost funny hearing National Public Radio’s feature this late afternoon decrying “fake news.” It was on their afternoon/evening … Continue reading NPR Watch (2/20/17 [Part II]) NPR Whines About … Fake News (Lol)
I was listening to National Public Radio’s (NPR) afternoon/evening fake news program, laughably called “All Things Considered,” when on came … Continue reading NPR Watch (2/20/17) NPR Whines About … Confirmation Bias (Lol)