WashPost Revises History of 'Video Scam' Against Planned Parenthood

May 14th, 2018 7:26 AM
The supposedly fact-based Washington Post and long-time National Public Radio anchorwoman Linda Wertheimer pushed some revisionist history in Sunday's paper. It was a book review of Make Trouble, the new book by departing Planned Parenthood boss Cecile Richards. The hours and hours of videotaped documentation of Planned Parenthood selling dead-baby body parts was demoted into a "video scam," and…

NPR Airs Odd View: ‘It's Not Islam That Inspires U.K.'s Young Jihadi

August 25th, 2014 8:57 AM
On Sunday morning’s Weekend Edition Sunday, NPR interviewed Mehdi Hasan, the political director of the Huffington Post’s U.K. edition. Online, the headline was “Journalist: It's Not Islam That Inspires U.K.'s Young Jihadis.” NPR never mentioned that Hasan is also a “presenter” for al-Jazeera with his own program “Head to Head.”      As it became plain that the murderer of American journalist…

CNN Poll Shows GOP In Nice 2014 Shape; NBC News Ignores That Poll Enti

January 2nd, 2014 5:07 PM
As Kyle Drennen noted today, NBC political analysts and reporters like Chuck Todd deny that the Republican Party looks any better right now than they did after the government shutdown ended in mid-October. No one at NBC is noticing that the latest CNN/ORC poll showed Republicans leading Democrats in the generic congressional ballot by five, 49 to 44 percent. Even the First Read political blog…

NPR Promotes Rapper Who's Glad Reagan's Dead, Since He Introduced Coca

June 19th, 2012 8:22 PM
On Tuesday’s Morning Edition, National Public Radio promoted an Atlanta rapper named “Killer Mike” and his “politically charged” song called “Reagan.” Somehow, they left out that Atlanta-based "artist" Michael Render ends the song with “I’m glad Reagan dead” and regurgitates the old conspiracy theory that Reagan and Ollie North imported cocaine into the inner cities:

NPR Touts Alabama Protest for Illegal Aliens: 'Just Face the Devil

November 22nd, 2011 7:10 PM
NPR played up a pro-illegal immigration rally at an Alabama church with "strong ties to the civil rights movement" on Tuesday's Morning Edition. Correspondent Tanya Ott of affiliate WBHM trumpeted how "they could hardly pick a more historic place to hold the rally," and highlighted a an advocate for illegal immigrants who likened opponents to the devil. Fill-in host Linda Wertheimer touted…

No Mention of Protests Against Same-Sex 'Marriage' on NPR

July 25th, 2011 6:28 PM
On Sunday's Weekend Edition, NPR's Jeff Brady spotlighted the first same-sex "marriage" in New York State and how local political and business leaders in Niagara Falls, where this first ceremony took place, hope to cater to the homosexual community. Only one sound bite during Brady's report came from an opponent to such ceremonies, and the correspondent failed to mention the protests against…