Unfair NPR Cues 'Abortion Seekers' to Rip 'Cruel' Pro-Lifers in Texas

September 21st, 2021 7:27 AM

National Public Radio cannot be expected to offer any fraction of "fair and balanced" when it comes to abortion. On Monday's Morning Edition, Dallas-based correspondent Wade Goodwyn uncorked a completely one-sided propaganda piece against the new pro-life law in Texas. The sympathetic center of the piece was "K.T." because "they" were accidentally pregnant. 

NPR Uses 'Far Right' to Label Texas Freedom Caucus -- and Racist Nuts

June 5th, 2017 6:07 AM
On Sunday morning, NPR posted an article by reporter Wade Goodwyn using the far-left Southern Poverty Law Center on "The Far Right's Language Explained." The inspiration for this article was the murder of two men in Portland who tried to defend a woman in a hijab on a subway train by an extremist named Jeremy Christian.  Liberals generally avoid any reference to a "far left," since that would…

NPR Bewails Texas's 'Unqualified No' to Medicaid Expansion

May 29th, 2015 5:42 PM
Friday's Morning Edition on NPR did its best to try to promote the liberal cause of expanding Medicaid in Texas. Wade Goodwyn lined up six soundbites from pro-expansion talking heads, versus only two from former Texas Governor Rick Perry, an opponent. Goodwyn played up that "in hating the Affordable Care Act, the state is leaving on the table as much as a hundred billion dollars of federal money…

NPR Exposes Right-Wing Ebola Hype...Oops, Democrats Panic, Too

October 10th, 2014 2:58 PM
On Thursday night's All Things Considered, Texas-based NPR correspondent Wade Goodwyn delved into alleged right-wing panic over Ebola derived from "visceral loathing of President Obama,", including claims that some leftists want an Ebola epidemic in America. Goodwyn quoted radio hosts Mike Huckabee, Rush Limbaugh, and Michael Savage -- all featured recently on left-wing blog sites. So it might…

NPR: 'Macabre,' 'Strange' To Try to Save 'Fetus' in Texas Case; Likens

January 28th, 2014 7:33 PM
Wade Goodwyn, who hyped Wendy Davis's pro-abortion filibuster as a "ray of light" for Texas Democrats, slanted toward the left in a Tuesday item on NPR.org about the controversy surrounding Marlise Munoz and her unborn baby. Goodwyn asserted that the hospital, which sought to keep Munoz on life support until the baby could be born, was in the wrong: "The hospital's defense of its conduct was a…

NPR: Wendy Davis' Filibuster A 'Ray of Light' for Texas Democrats; Tou

July 3rd, 2013 5:55 PM
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 ballyhooed how "Davis took to the floor in a desperate filibuster" against a pro-life bill, which he labeled "one of the nation's most restrictive abortion bills." He later added that it was "as good a…

NPR Slams Perry on Abortion with Objections of 'Family Planning Advoca

September 21st, 2011 7:41 PM
On Tuesday's Morning Edition, NPR's Wade Goodwyn carried water for pro-abortion activists who are targeting Governor Rick Perry and the Texas legislature for cutting the state funding of "women's health clinics." Goodwyn didn't give an ideological label for the activists, referring to them merely as "family planning advocates," and highlighted their objection that some of the cut funds were now…

NPR: 'Get Tough' Texas GOP No Longer 'Welcoming' of Illegal Immigratio

March 30th, 2011 5:22 PM
NPR's Wade Goodwyn noticeably minimized the presence of anti-illegal immigration conservatives from Texas on Tuesday's All Things Considered. Goodwyn tilted towards so-called "welcoming" and "tolerant" Republicans in the state by a three to one margin, and gushed over the "thousands of illegal immigrants building neighborhoods" during the "Hispanic-friendly" term of then-Governor George W. Bush…