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NPR Touts Tax Savings for Same-Sex Couples If DOMA is Struck Down

On Tuesday's Morning Edition, NPR's Carrie Johnson played up the positive financial impact for same-sex couples if the Supreme Court strikes down the Defense of Marriage Act. All of Johnson's ...
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Alarmist Enviro Reporter Gillis Hits at 'Climate Deniers,' Compares Them to Creationists

The paper's most alarmist environmental reporter Justin Gillis again compares global warming skeptics to creationists in an unchallenging interview with NPR: "I don't necessarily feel obliged to ...
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NPR Boosts 'Fireproof' Hillary's Possible 2016 Run; Two Clinton Associates the Only Talking Heads

Mara Liasson hyped Hillary Clinton as "the most popular politician in the country" on Friday's Morning Edition on NPR. Liasson asserted that "there's no question that being out of politics for ...
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State-Run Broadcasting Pushes for Higher Taxes

Boehner has given the media an opening to tear the GOP in two. On the one side there are the reasonable moderates who recognize the need to increase revenue; on the other are the troglodytes ...
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Reporter Wonders if Matt Damon’s Anti-Fracking Film Will Have Any Effect in Texas

Reporter from Soros-funded NPR StateImpact confuses fact and Hollywood fiction.
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NPR Slants Towards Advocates of Obama's Medicare Plan; Omits Conservatives

Julie Rovner, NPR's resident ObamaCare flack, failed to include any conservatives experts for her report on Medicare on Tuesday's All Things Considered. Rovner played two sound bites each from ...
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NPR Contributor: ‘My 14-Year-Old Daughter Can Rattle Off the Entire MSNBC Line-Up’

Bill Maher likes to deride conservatives for living “inside a bubble” where they consume news from only those with whom they agree and so are unaware of the “facts,” but he could just as well ...
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The MRC@25: The Worst Media Bias of 1995

Today, the worst bias of 1995, when Time magazine blamed the Oklahoma City bombing on “hot talk on the radio” even as NPR’s Nina Totenberg wished one of Jesse Helms’ grandchildren would get ...
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NPR Ignores Obama Super PAC's Cancer Death Ad; 'Truth Squadding' Romney Welfare Ad

On Wednesday's Morning Edition, NPR followed the example of its Big Three counterparts in failing to cover a new ad from a pro-Obama super PAC that points the finger at Mitt Romney for a woman's ...
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NPR's Totenberg: 'Bankers and Business' Are the 'Super-crooked'

On Friday's Inside Washington on PBS, regular panel member Nina Totenberg - a correspondent for NPR - generalized that "bankers and business" are not only the "super-rich" but also the ...
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