All Things Considered
Whose Frog Is Boiled? NPR's Metaphor Abuse on Abortion
On Friday night, NPR devoted a segment to assessing the just-concluded term of the Supreme Court, or they guessed how much damage conservatives were aiming to cause with three Trump-appointed justices. One pundit warned of a slow end to abortion, which would be like a frog boiling in water. Who's dying right now in the abortion fight?
NPR Host Asks RIDICULOUS Question on Awful Jobs Report
A National Public Radio host tried to spin the atrocious April jobs report numbers by accusing GOP governors of pushing people to go back to work when jobs aren’t available. Fact-check: Millions of jobs were available.
NPR Brings on Hillary's Fusion Collusion Shyster to Denounce the GOP
On Tuesday's All Things Considered, anchor Ailsa Chang brought on a hardcore partisan Democrat lawyer, Marc Elias, to discuss voting laws. He’s best known to conservatives as the lead attorney for the Hillary Clinton campaign in 2016, the bagman who paid Fusion GPS for the phony-baloney Steele Dossier.
NPR Promotes New York Times Food Writer's 'War on Meat'
Liberals are having it both ways right now. It's nuts to suggest Joe Biden has a plan to take away your meat. But the eco-lefties really want to limit everyone's meat intake, especially beef. On Saturday night's All Things Considered, NPR host Michel Martin brought on New York Times columnist and food writer Mark Bittman for an interview headlined "Food World Ramps Up The War On Meat…
NPR Gives 8 Minutes to WashPost to Defend Lame Tim Scott 'Fact Check'
Washington Post "fact checker" Glenn Kessler drew a lot of fire for digging deeply into the family history of Sen. Tim Scott to suggest his life story was exaggerated. On Sunday night's All Things Considered, NPR weekend host Michel Martin devoted more than eight minutes of air time to letting Kessler defend himself, as liberal journalists stick up for liberal…
Even NPR Noticed Sen. Gillibrand Won't Talk About Cuomo #MeToo Moment
On Friday's All Things Considered, National Public Radio reported on Gov. Andrew Cuomo's growing scandals, and as they discussed Lindsey Boylan's charges of sexual harassment, reporter Sally Herships noted Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand's office gave her the "No comment" treatment. This is the same Gillibrand that drove Sen. Al Franken out of office on sexual harassment charges.
NP-Arf! Mike Pompeo-Pounding NPR Becomes a Lapdog for Tony Blinken
For all the wisecracks about "state-run TV" under Trump, the shoe is now on the other foot, and NPR sounds like "state-run radio," or in one case, "Department of State-run radio." On Tuesday's All Things Considered, anchor Mary Louise Kelly interviewed the new Secretary of State. The online headline was "Secretary Of State Blinken Outlines Biden Administration's Foreign Policy Goals…
NPR Promotes Attack on Trump's VOA Boss Cracking Down on Liberal Tilt
The last people who should try to sound credible about preventing bias and preserving neutrality in government-funded broadcasting is NPR, but media reporter David Folkenflik has aired several stories in the last few weeks touting the complaints about political interference in the Voice of America news service, now run by Trump appointee Michael Pack. This is a massive conflict of…
Brit Hume Rips WSJ News Team for Skipping Dem Rudeness to Barr
There were some surprises in the last 24 hours in media coverage of the very contentious House Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday with Attorney General William Barr.
NPR Touts Planned Parenthood Backing Biden in 'Life & Death Election'
Is NPR hopelessly liberal, living inside a bubble? Yes. They posted this online headline without any noticeable fraction of smirking irony:
"Planned Parenthood Backs Biden, Seeing a 'Life And Death Election' Ahead"
Column: When Russiagate Conveniently Vanishes
Rod Rosenstein – the former Deputy Attorney General at the red hot center of the Robert Mueller probe into the phantom menace of Trump collusion with the Russians – testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on June 3. You may not know that happened. ABC, CBS, and NBC ignored it that night.