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CBS Ignores, NBC Downplays Sting Tape of NPR Exec Slamming 'Racist' Tea Party

Only ABC's Good Morning America on Wednesday highlighted claims by a NPR executive, caught in an undercover sting operation, that Tea Party members are "seriously racist" people. CBS's Early Show ...

Krugman Celebrates Europe's 'Strong Safety Nets' Letting It Weather Crisis Better

Paul Krugman on the superiority of the European welfare state: "On the one side, those strong safety nets have meant that the amount of sheer misery in Europe is considerably less than here....But ...

Editor Bill Keller Defends the 'Value' of WikiLeaks: Info's 'Absolutely Fascinating'

Executive Editor Bill Keller reacted badly to a National Public Radio question suggesting Julian Assange of WikiLeaks was a "looter" or a smasher of windows. Keller insisted the document dump has ...

FNC's Liasson: Send off Pelosi 'In a Blaze of Glory' Like Churchill After 'Historic' Accomplishments

On this past weekend's Fox News Sunday, panel member Mara Liasson - also of NPR - invoked the name of Winston Churchill as she recommended that House Democrats send off Nancy Pelosi "in a blaze of ...

Bozell Column: NPR's Religion Double Standard

NPR said Juan Williams' comments about "Muslim garb" were a firing offense, but they can be as insulting as they want toward Christians, and no one gets punished.

Hypocrisy: NPR's Long War against Fox News, Conservatives

Reporters called conservatives 'tea-baggers,' 'extremists.'

Hume Excoriates NPR's 'Howling Double Standard' and Intolerance for a 'Bill Cosby Liberal'

On Fox News Sunday, Brit Hume condemned NPR for its "howling double standard" in firing Juan Williams for expressing an opinion, a standard "manifestly not being applied to other NPR people." He ...

Krauthammer Directly Challenges Totenberg on NPR's 'Hypocrisy' in Firing Juan Williams While Letting Her Opine Freely

"Why is it okay for Nina to express opinions, as she has tartly, sharply, unashamedly and openly" while serving as "an honored correspondent" for NPR, while Juan Williams, "because he expresses ...
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