NPR Puts On Leftist Who Thinks the Pro-Life Side Shouldn't Get TV Time

July 9th, 2022 8:09 AM

As part of its ongoing abortion advocacy badly disguised as journalism, Thursday’s Morning Edition devoted a segment to how Hollywood hasn’t been pro-abortion enough! Anchor Rachel Martin spoke to Tanya Melendez, a doctoral fellow at the University of Illinois, who wrote an article for last fall titled “How TV lied about abortion.”

FRAUD: NPR Cues Up 'Republican Response' from Biden Campaigners

July 31st, 2020 12:12 PM

On Friday, NPR anchor Rachel Martin brought on a “Republican” from "Republicans for the Rule of Law," a group founded to get Trump impeached and removed from office. Once again, the leftist media pretends "Republicans for Biden" can be offered as a "Republican response" to Trump's actions. 

Newt Gingrich Mocks NPR During Interview for Living in 'Fantasy Land'

July 27th, 2017 1:23 PM

The taxpayer-funded liberal sandbox known as NPR lowered itself to a Newt Gingrich interview on Wednesday’s Morning Edition, and Gingrich was combatively countering the media narrative on the Russia probe. He insisted special counsel Robert Mueller and fired FBI director Jim Comey represent a “very liberal” Justice Department that has identified no crime to investigate. NPR anchor Rachel…


NPR ‘Morning Edition’ Airs Three Anti-Brexit Stories Day Before Vote

June 23rd, 2016 11:48 AM
Just before the UK’s vote regarding whether it should remain in the European Union (EU), National Public Radio aired three stories on Brexit on one program. All the stories were biased against leaving the EU.

On NPR, Ricky Gervais Tells Trans Lobby to Grow Up on Jenner Jokes

May 3rd, 2016 11:45 AM
In 2013, NPR host Rachel Martin spent eight minutes of taxpayer-subsidized air time on the last Sunday before Christmas promoting the atheist band Bad Religion wrecking Christmas songs and found no time to question if it offended. NPR devoted almost 12 minutes to promoting atheist actor/writer Ricky Gervais on the morning of May 1.  Weekend Edition Sunday anchor Rachel Martin found a piety worth…

Fiercely Feminist NPR Heralds Abortion Comedy As 'Momentous' Movie, 'S

June 23rd, 2014 6:10 AM
As suspected, there is no more favorable publicity outlet for an “abortion comedy” like NPR. On the June 13 Fresh Air, film critic David Edelstein loved the concept in Obvious Child. “It shouldn't be a particularly earth-shaking turn, but in a world of rom-coms like Knocked Up and Juno, in which the heroines make the heartwarming decision to go ahead with their pregnancies, this modest…

NPR Boosts Mrs. Obama's Trip to China, Ignores American Press Shut-out

March 24th, 2014 11:09 AM
National coverage of Michelle Obama’s trip to communist China has been overwhelmingly glowing and shamelessly quiet on Team Obama’s decision to allow no press contingent to follow along, because the trip was apparently “not political.” The networks dutifully repeated that with no protest, despite more than 30 tweets from the First Lady’s account touting her trip. But NPR’s Weekend Edition…

NPR's Sunday Morning: Celebrating a 'Transgendered Punk' With a Seriou

January 20th, 2014 1:40 PM
Rachel Martin, anchor of NPR’s “Weekend Edition Sunday” rocked her Sunday morning six weeks ago by hailing the religion-bashing punks of Bad Religion deconstructing religious Christmas carols like a "Monty Python skit."  On this Sunday, Martin hailed “Laura Jane Grace, transgendered punk,” the lead singer of the band Against Me! NPR wasn’t really as “progressive” as they could have been on…

NPR's Walk on the Weird Side: The 'Science' of Reincarnation

January 6th, 2014 6:17 AM
No, NPR didn't accidentally air the paranormal-themed radio show Coast to Coast AM with George Noory (heir to Art Bell's show) on Sunday morning. Instead, it was a credulous interview of psychiatrist Jim Tucker by NPR host Rachel Martin about the supposed science of reincarnation. And given NPR's classification of the piece as a science piece, their vaunted Science Desk dutifully tweeted "…

NPR Boosts Reza Aslan, Who Falsely Asserts Jesus Didn't Claim To Be Me

July 15th, 2013 5:56 PM
On Weekend Edition Sunday, NPR's Rachel Martin helped Daily Beast editor Reza Aslan promote his new biography of Jesus, who posited that there is a "chasm between the historical Jesus and the Jesus...taught about in church." As proof of this supposed gap, Aslan claimed that "there is actually no statement of messianic identity from Jesus" in the Gospel of Mark. Aslan has it wrong. Jesus…

NPR Admits It Scrubbed Clip of Mara Liasson Separating 'Educated Women

April 25th, 2012 7:51 AM
NPR's Mara Liasson outraged female listeners on Weekend Edition Sunday on April 15 when she said Mitt Romney's political problems aren't with "stay-at-home moms," but rather with "educated women." Seven days later, NPR admitted it scrubbed the clip and the transcript for the website. On April 22, in a letters segment, Liasson claimed "I misspoke and that's one reason why we corrected the…

NPR Devotes 27.5 Minutes to DADT Repeal, All of It Gay Interviews

September 22nd, 2011 7:12 AM
The Public Broadcasting Act of 1967 contained language that the liberals inside PBS and NPR have rarely tried to observe, to seek "fairness and objectivity in all programming of a controversial nature." Apparently, there was no controversy about gays in the military, since NPR's coverage of the end of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy consisted of five segments adding up to almost 27 and a…

ABC Casts Democrats as Profiles in Courage, Republicans as Grief-Explo

March 20th, 2010 11:03 AM
On Saturday’s Good Morning America, reporter Rachel Martin cast President Obama and Democratic leaders as working hard to nail down the votes needed to pass their massive health care bill, but made no suggestion that liberals were using devious or heavy-handed tactics. But when it came to the Republicans, reporter David Kerley included an indignant Democratic congresswoman, who charged that the…

ABC, CBS Blame Conservative Social Positions for GOP Misfortunes

May 4th, 2009 12:18 AM
On ABC’s World News Saturday, and the same day’s CBS Evening News, correspondents suggested that conservative positions on social issues were responsible for the Republican party’s recent electoral misfortunes, as the two programs filed stories about an appearance in Arlington by Jeb Bush, Eric Cantor and Mitt Romney as part of an effort to rebuild the party’s appeal. ABC cited a recent ABC News…