On D-Day, NPR Highlights Hip-Hop Harpy Who Sings American Dream Is 'A

June 6th, 2012 11:03 PM
While Bill Press hates the National Anthem on air, National Public Radio championed a hip-hop attack on the notion of the American Dream  – on the 68th anniversary of D-Day. They really know how to time these attacks.  NPR’s Morning Edition celebrated a band called Tune-Yards (or, to be completely ridiculous, they spell it tUnE-yArDs) deconstructing My Country ‘Tis…

NPR Cites Far-Left Think Progress, Former Kerry Aide In Anti-Romney Re

April 2nd, 2012 10:52 PM
NPR's Tamara Keith filed a one-sided report on Monday's Morning Edition about Mitt Romney's "apparent shift in emphasis, if not an outright reversal" on the issue of energy policy. Keith cited the "liberal news site Think Progress" as one of her main sources for her report. She also turned to a former aide to Democrats John Kerry and Deval Patrick without giving…

NPR Slams Perry on Abortion with Objections of 'Family Planning Advoca

September 21st, 2011 7:41 PM
On Tuesday's Morning Edition, NPR's Wade Goodwyn carried water for pro-abortion activists who are targeting Governor Rick Perry and the Texas legislature for cutting the state funding of "women's health clinics." Goodwyn didn't give an ideological label for the activists, referring to them merely as "family planning advocates," and highlighted their objection…

Eric Holder's World Cup Soccer Blackout

December 12th, 2010 11:32 PM
After the debacle that was the high-profile Oprah-and-Michelle-Obama politicking in Copenhagen to get the Summer Olympics in Chicago in 2016, it might not be surprising that the networks weren't heavily tracking the U.S. bid to attract the World Cup soccer tournament for 2022. (You could argue that U.S. sports fans are much more indifferent to the World Cup than to the Olympics.) The…