MRC Backs Religious Lawsuit Against NPR-Favoring Gov’t Rate Scheme

May 14th, 2024 11:50 AM

The Media Research Center is calling on the federal government to stop discriminating against religious broadcasting companies and right-leaning talk radio.

NPR Loves Far-Left Tik-Tok Effort to Punish Celebs For SILENCE on Gaza

May 12th, 2024 10:10 PM

Chloe Veltman, a correspondent on National Public Radio’s “Culture Desk,” is still guarding the far-left ramparts of U.S. culture for NPR with Saturday’s “The Met Gala has fueled backlash against stars who are silent about the Gaza conflict.” She demonstrated, as if any more evidence was needed, the tax-supported network’s rigid adherence to a left-wing world view that offends at least half…

Ex-NPR Editor Uri Berliner Mocks New NPR CEO Skipping House Hearing

May 12th, 2024 6:06 AM

NPR whistleblower Uri Berliner, who penned a bombshell expose on the woke one-sidedness of the "public" radio network's news product, knocked new NPR CEO Katherine Maher for failing to show for Wednesday's House hearing on the leftist bias of her new employer. “Why isn’t she there? Is she the right person for the job at this time?” he asked.

NPR Hearing: Our NewsBusters Download for the Congressional Record

May 11th, 2024 6:26 PM

An opening statement to Congress is usually longer to read than the give minutes that witnesses are granted. So if you want to see the whole statement on National Public Radio bias that I offered the House for the Wednesday hearing, it's included here. 


MRC's Tim Graham: NPR's CEO Should Be Afraid of Us and Our Evidence

May 9th, 2024 2:00 PM

After his boat-rocking testimony before a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee- on the leftist tilt of National Public Radio on Wednesday, NewsBusters Executive Editor Tim Graham appeared on The Bottom Line with Dagen & Duffy on Fox Business. 

NewsBusters Podcast: A Fun Day on Capitol Hill Truth-Telling About NPR

May 8th, 2024 9:39 PM

The House Republicans on the Energy & Commerce Committee invited me to testify about allegations of bias at National Public Radio. How did it go? What was it like? Is there any hope that NPR will change its biased ways? Don't be wildly optimistic.


Here Are the Best & Worst Parts of the NPR Hearing with MRC’s Graham

May 8th, 2024 5:45 PM

On Wednesday, the Media Research Center’s NewsBusters executive editor Tim Graham testified before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations during a hearing on the decades-long liberal boondoggle that is National Public Radio (NPR). Not surprisingly, he came armed with examples of their virulent bias and hate for conservatives.

Free Speech Alliance Members Applaud House Hearing on Tilt at NPR

May 7th, 2024 5:20 PM

The House Energy and Commerce Committee's Oversight Subcommittee is holding a hearing on Wednesday morning to address the political tilt of taxpayer-subsidized National Public Radio, Members of the MRC-led Free Speech Alliance sent a letter to committee chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash.) applauding the hearing and insisting NPR should not be rewarded "for its unlawful behavior and anti-…


PBS Hails ‘Gender-Affirming Care’ Win for Minors, Including Mastectomy

May 5th, 2024 6:04 AM

The PBS NewsHour was back to its old rhetorical tricks this week on the LGBTQ front. Lately the outlet has been reacting with pro-transgender alarm when yet another state restricts transgender surgery for minors. But it had cause to celebrate on Tuesday, covering a “groundbreaking ruling” that somehow didn’t shake up the other media outlets enough to cover.

What Word the Media Refuses to Use For the College Riots: Insurrection

May 4th, 2024 4:00 PM

No one who's politically aware can be unaware of January 6, 2021. Tens of thousands of Americans descended on Washington to protest the counts and Covid-related conditions of the 2020 election. A riot took place at the US Capitol. The riot resulted in the charging, per ABC News three years later, of over 1,200 and “incarceration for more than 460 people.” 

NPR Touts Nuns for 'Enshrining Abortion Rights' in Missouri

May 4th, 2024 6:21 AM

On Tuesday, NPR's newscast All Things Considered brought on reporter Katia Riddle to channel the views of pro-abortion Catholics, but what made it more shocking is touting a pro-abortion nun -- someone who is financially supported by the Church, and who should be accepting of all the Church teachings.

NPR: Columbia Agitators' 'Intifada' Chant Just an 'Anti-Israel Slogan'

May 3rd, 2024 10:02 AM

National Public Radio has picked sides in the Israel-Hamas war, supporting the students/terrorist supporters camping on the quads of progressive colleges campuses. This is how NPR’s Up First newsletter (a summary of what NPR considers the must-know stories of the day) on Wednesday morning described the illegal occupation by pro-Hamas agitators at Columbia University: NPR's…


Ex-NPR Editor: NPR Needs Some 'Soul-Searching' About Serving All of Us

May 1st, 2024 5:30 PM

Ex-NPR senior editor Uri Berliner appeared again on Chris Cuomo's NewsNation show on Tuesday night. “I think that really, NPR has a lot of soul searching to do about representing the country at large. Being a publicly funded news organization and really trying to represent this country in all its great diversity and viewpoints.”

NPR Cheers Hamas Campus Agitators 'Getting Closer to Their Demands?’

April 29th, 2024 11:36 AM

National Public Radio’s coverage of the anti-Israel agitators who’ve taken over progressive college campuses while spouting violent rhetoric at Jewish students has been no better than its tax-funded partner PBS. NPR’s Friday coverage flattered the protesters, suggesting they were laser-focused on concrete demands that their colleges cease financing Israel, while ignoring their support for…