Does NPR See The Writing On The Wall?

It is possible that NPR is taking action to protect themselves from the Republican takeover this autumn. I have heard several excellent NPR stories recently, including one about Glenn Beck and another about the Muslim takeover of France. Both stories were fair, and unbiased and actually let people speak for themselves.

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9 Responses to Does NPR See The Writing On The Wall?

  1. phodges says:

    They create the narrative. Come on Toto!

  2. gator69 says:

    When Glenn beck is a regular on NPR (never gonna happen), I probably still will not listen, it’s like amateur hour 24/7.

  3. omanuel says:

    It won’t be that easy, Steven aka Tony.

    Your opponent is the only one of three tyrannical powers fighting in WWII:

    1. Hitler’s Nazi Power?
    2. Japan’s Imperial Ruler?
    3. Stalin’s Communist Government?

    HINT: Climategate emails came from a Russian server.

    Tyrannical, lock-step opinions had paraded as consensus science in the old USSR under Stalin for decades.

    A member of the community of Russian “skeptics” probably gave us “unskeptical” Americans our first hint of the winner of WWII.

  4. Dan_Kurt says:

    Went to a regional PBS affiliate’s outreach meeting circa five or so years ago held in my town which was served by a translator for the station’s radio service. I was there to talk to the engineer about the translator’s faulty signal. He related that soon the PBS station would get additional spectrum to solve the problem. I still listen to the PBS Classical music broadcast between 9 a.m. and 4 weekdays as I work.

    While there the audience had to endure a self serving speech by a traveling representative of the national organization and short speeches by the local executives. I also listened to the questions and comments of the audience before at the end when I could approach the engineer.

    What did I find? Leftists inside their bubble on all sides. It was a meeting from the Daily Kos as I imagine one would be. These people are NOT OF THS EARTH. One has to see them in the flesh to believe what they are like. Anything produced by them that is rational is an accident. Be warned!

    Dan Kurt

    p.s. While there I heard a local undertaker claim that he had been testing Macintosh computer software two years before it was introduced in the Super Bowl Apple Computer advertisement of 1984. Why he made the preposterous boast escapes me now but he was adamant in his claim being true when questioned, which was impossible as the system software was only finished for the original Mac hours before its release and there was virtually no software finished at release except MacPaint and MacWrite which were in-house hacks. He also was a well known Democrat central committee member in our town and that probably explains his delusional state.

  5. Tom says:

    Dan, was his last name Gore?

  6. darrylb says:

    OK, here is admitting a mind melt–I had to look up NPR –National Public Radio–have not listened to it for a while. Anything good there?

  7. stpaulchuck says:


    broken clock
    twice a day

  8. Terry says:

    I have no idea how a rational story could get past Steve Innsfreak. If he knew what rational was he surely would have stopped that crap right now. Problem is Steve is so far from land now he forgot what rational even looked like. I think he is floating on an ice sheet somewhere in an otherwise ice free zone…

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