Giggly NPR Promotes Obama-Biden Murder-Mystery Fan Fiction

August 5th, 2018 3:13 PM
NPR and other liberal networks fail to acknowledge how their "robust critical discourse" about Trump wasn't there when Obama was president. On Saturday night's All Things Considered, the taxpayer-funded network promoted a murder mystery starring the heroes....Barack Obama and Joe Biden. They acted like everyone would love this "fun newbook." The cheerful, overly…

NPR Spins 'Fragile' ObamaCare's 'Death Panels' as 'Fake News'

January 12th, 2017 11:07 AM
Tuesday's All Things Considered on NPR played up the long-term effect of the anti-ObamaCare "death panel" talking point and labeled this phrase "fake news." Don Gonyea let President Obama; Anita Dunn, his former communications director; and a talking head from the left-wing Center for American Progress decry the "dishonest" message from ObamaCare opponents and…

NPR Admits: Jon Stewart Audience 10-to-1 Liberal to Conservative

February 13th, 2015 2:57 PM
NPR’s All Things Considered was surprisingly honest on Wednesday night about Jon Stewart’s departure from The Daily Show. Stewart was credited for “influencing the way a generation of young people, especially liberals, view the news and politics.” Correspondent Don Gonyea admitted the president of the College Democrats “sees Jon Stewart as being on her side”…

NPR's Cokie Roberts: Social Conservatives 'Disastrous' for GOP In 2016

January 28th, 2015 2:11 PM
The liberals at NPR weren't sugar-coating their view of  how conservative Republicans will lead their party into a "disastrous" end if they do well in Iowa. On Monday's Morning Edition, NPR analyst Cokie Roberts insisted Iowa Republicans seem to favor social conservatives who push the GOP too far to the right in a general election. They oppose gay marriage and "turn…

NPR Hypes "Bridgegate" Political Fallout, Ignores Christie Innocence

September 19th, 2014 12:35 PM
Talk about tone deaf at National Public Radio. On Thursday’s All Things Considered, NPR reporter Don Gonyea ran a segment on Governor Chris Christie (R-N.J.) traveling to New Hampshire to campaign with Scott Brown as he seeks to become the next senator from there.  Unsurprisingly, the NPR reporter did his best to play up the “Bridgegate” controversy despite the Department…

NPR Goes to Iowa to Promote Obama Die-Hards Who Praise His Inspiration

May 27th, 2014 7:50 AM
As if trying to talk themselves into the idea that there might be a wave of liberal politicians inspired by Obama like he was the black JFK, NPR’s Morning Edition on Thursday tried to make national news of a Democrat running in Iowa for the Secretary of State job. “Meet Brad Anderson,” began NPR reporter Don Gonyea. “He was the spokesman for Obama's 2008 Iowa…

NPR Finds Newspaper Ad Outrage in Seattle -- But Never Covered NY Time

November 4th, 2012 9:23 AM
In 2007, when The New York Times granted MoveOn.org a special discount it wasn't entitled to so they could slam David Petraeus in a full-page ad as "General Betray Us," NPR reported on the ad, but never on the Times cut-rate controversy. But NPR is sometimes very sensitive about the "independence" of media outlets -- when it seems compromised by Republicans. On Tuesday…

NPR Touts 'Marquee' Harry Reid Boxing Against Romney's Vulnerability o

August 9th, 2012 8:39 AM
At the same time that NPR was offended enough to go “truth squadding” on Romney’s advertisements attacking Obama's weakness on welfare, NPR’s Don Gonyea reported on Harry Reid’s unsubstantiated charges of Romney tax evasion by leaving the clear impression that Reid is effectively punching away at a Romney “vulnerability” and sees nothing to lose. He…

NPR Publicizes 'Rascally' Joe McGinniss; Insisted 'We Know' Corsi Was

September 24th, 2011 2:42 PM
In 2008, NPR's All Things Considered tried to take apart the "swift-booking" of Barack Obama by conservative author Jerome Corsi, insisting in several places "we know" Corsi's reporting wasn't factual. On Friday's All Things Considered, NPR media reporter David Folkenflik took a looser standard in publicizing the Palin-bashing book by liberal author Joe…

NPR on the Bush Book: He Bungled the Budget, and Did We Mention the Dr

November 14th, 2010 10:38 PM
Perhaps obviously, George W. Bush didn't grant an interview around his memoir Decision Points to National Public Radio, since they described his presidency daily as the Triumph of the Dark Side. But when they touched on the new book, the hostility was still there.On Tuesday's Morning Edition, Don Gonyea, who covered the White House for most of Bush's presidency offer a brief summary…