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Punk Rockers Knock Christmas

Bible-quoting Christians are too controversial for TV. But atheists who trash Christians and Christmas aren't controversial as they attack the "selfish, juvenile hope for a better afterlife."
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NPR Boosts California's SEIU-Assisted ObamaCare Enrollment

Sarah Varney's report on Friday's Morning Edition is just the latest example of NPR's one-sided coverage of the health care issue in general, and ObamaCare specifically. Varney spotlighted how ...
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NPR's Cokie Roberts: GOP's Debate Ban of CNN, NBC 'A Little Bit Childish'

On Monday's Morning Edition on NPR, Cokie Roberts did little to hide her feelings about the Republican National Committee's recent decision to exclude NBC and CNN from hosting future debates ...
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NPR's 'Non-Partisan' Talking Head Served in the Obama and Clinton Administrations

On Monday's Morning Edition on NPR, Minnesota Public Radio correspondent Elizabeth Stawicki featured Karen Pollitz of the Kaiser Family Foundation during a report about ObamaCare, but failed to ...
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NPR: Clinton Shielded EPA from 'Most Frightening Attack' By GOP

On Wednesday's All Things Considered, NPR's Elizabeth Shogren blasted the Republican congressional majority led by Newt Gingrich during the 1990s. Shogren spotlighted a MIT professor's assertion ...
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NPR: Wendy Davis' Filibuster A 'Ray of Light' for Texas Democrats; Touts Efforts to Turn State Blue

On Wednesday's Morning Edition, NPR's Wade Goodwyn trumpeted Wendy Davis' pro-abortion filibuster in the Texas State Senate as a "tiny ray of hope" for Democrats in the Lone Star State. Goodwyn ...
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NPR Ballyhoos Sequester's 'Definite Minuses', Potential 'Bigger Negative Effects' on the Economy

The Wall Street Journal's David Wessel channeled the Obama administration's doom and gloom about the sequester on NPR's Morning Edition on Monday. Host Renee Montagne turned to Wessel to give a ...
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Dyspeptic NYT Critic Faults PBS Documentary on Constitution for Wasting Gas, Noisy Motorcycles

Cranky New York Times TV critic Neil Genzlinger dislikes the noise made by a traveling documentary on the Constitution: "And when did Mr. Sagal’s vehicle of choice, a motorcycle, morph into a ...
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NPR Touts Obama Being 'Famous for His Ability to Give A Speech That...Can Bring A Crowd Roaring To Its Feet'

On Thursday's All Things Considered, NPR's Ari Shapiro couldn't be bothered to feature any of the religious leaders who spoke at the inter-faith service in honor of the victims of the Boston ...
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Who's More Demeaning Than Brad Paisley?

NPR and other culture commissars groaned that Brad Paisley would attempt a song about racial harmony. They prefer the gangsta-rap glorification of black-on-black "murder sprees."
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