NPR Campaign-Cash Reporter Touts Tactics of Leftist 'Democracy Allianc

May 16th, 2014 9:32 AM
On All Things Considered on April 4, liberal NPR pundit E. J. Dionne complained that “we've created this whole system of dark money and now we're supposed to be grateful that a lot of rich people can give money under the table and over the table. And the last thing is, a lot of people using the words oligarchy and I think that's an appropriate word.” On All Things…

Networks Don't Share Bill O'Reilly's Fury at IRS Boss Visiting White H

May 31st, 2013 11:19 AM
On Thursday night’s O’Reilly Factor, the Fox News host opened the show by attacking former IRS commissioner Douglas Shulman for visiting the White House 157 times, almost four times as many appearances as Hillary Clinton. O’Reilly hinted this was a “smoking gun” of the White House running the IRS harassment campaign of the Tea Party. But guess what: this fact of…

NPR Ignores Reporter's Blatant Conflict of Interest as He Reports on H

June 5th, 2012 2:01 PM
Journalists are said to love transparency, at least when it comes to other people. When it comes to others exposing reporters' own conflicts of interest and past histories, however, some take a decidedly different tone. Ben Howe, contributing writer to both RedState.com and Breitbart.com, has posted video of a brief but instructive conversation with NPR reporter Peter Overby regarding NPR…

NPR Journalist Boosts Liberal Cause of Former Employer, Omits Affiliat

April 24th, 2012 6:15 PM
Peter Overby filed a one-sided report on Thursday's All Things Considered about a liberal coalition's campaign against the conservative organization ALEC. Overby cited the "good government group" Common Cause without mentioning the organization's left-of-center ideology. More importantly, the correspondent failed to mention that he is a former employee of Common Cause.…

NPR Touts Leftist Campaign Against 'Hardline Conservative Policies

April 5th, 2012 7:00 PM
On Thursday's Morning Edition, NPR's Peter Overby slanted towards a left-wing coalition targeting the conservative group ALEC. Overby trumpeted how Coke and Pepsi succumbed to pressure from the "campaign to put a spotlight on companies that sell products to a public that might object to hardline conservative policies, such as 'stand your ground' laws or requirements that…