NPR Fumes at ‘Conservative’ Critics Tying Soros to Manhattan DA
April 10th, 2023 12:25 PM
The taxpayer-funded leftists at National Public Radio flung proverbial sewage at critics who dared raise Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s financial ties to billionaire George Soros.
NPR Panders to Audience: Sorry If We Haven't Been Anti-Trump Enough!
April 4th, 2023 1:45 PM
On Monday night's All Things Considered newscast, co-host Mary Louise Kelly covered the indictment of Trump as a serious conundrum for the media. Kelly brought on NPR vice president and executive editor Terence Samuel to think out loud about how the coverage might disappoint the audience. They will have reporters everywhere, but NO Trump statements live!
NPR Interview with Newt Goes Down Hilarious Path of Liberal Disbelief
December 10th, 2022 7:02 AM
NPR interviewed Newt Gingrich for Friday's All Things Considered, ostensibly to underline how successful President Biden has been. Their headline at NPR.org was "Newt Gingrich thinks the GOP needs to stop underestimating Biden." Anchor Mary Louise Kelly couldn't help but steer the car into the woods when Newt said the 2020 election was "rigged," as in Twitter censorship and…
NP-Arf! Mike Pompeo-Pounding NPR Becomes a Lapdog for Tony Blinken
February 18th, 2021 6:12 AM
For all the wisecracks about "state-run TV" under Trump, the shoe is now on the other foot, and NPR sounds like "state-run radio," or in one case, "Department of State-run radio." On Tuesday's All Things Considered, anchor Mary Louise Kelly interviewed the new Secretary of State. The online headline was "Secretary Of State Blinken Outlines Biden Administration's Foreign Policy Goals…
Column: When Russiagate Conveniently Vanishes
June 5th, 2020 6:57 AM
Rod Rosenstein – the former Deputy Attorney General at the red hot center of the Robert Mueller probe into the phantom menace of Trump collusion with the Russians – testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on June 3. You may not know that happened. ABC, CBS, and NBC ignored it that night.
NPR Tags Iranian Terrorist PR Corps as a 'Right-Wing News Agency'
January 10th, 2020 3:37 PM
One of the most annoying long-term trends in media labeling is using the words "conservative" or "right-wing" to describe not only American conservatives, but the worst tyrants abroad, from Soviet communists to now Iranian terrorists. NPR anchor Mary Louise Kelly interviewed a spokesman for a "right-wing news agency with close ties to Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guard force, or IRGC."
On NPR, Ramesh Ponnuru Goes Full David Brooks on Collusion, Spygate
May 26th, 2019 6:47 AM
National Public Radio has rotated some other pundits to sit in the "conservative" chair of David Brooks on their Week in Politics review on Fridays, often leading to a better, stronger representation of the conservative viewpoint. Sadly, on Friday, Ramesh Ponnuru of National Review was very Brooks-ish, throwing scorn on the declassification of intelligence that might explain the Russian collusion…
INSANE: Women at NPR Can't Recall Trump-as-Mean-Boss Stories in 2016??
February 9th, 2019 8:45 PM
There are times that women complain about sexism in politics where they just sound ridiculous. Take the Friday night "Week in Politics" roundup on National Public Radio. Host Mary Louise Kelly was outraged by a Huffington Post story on Sen. Amy Klobuchar, expected to announce a presidential run. See if you can believe this complaint. Kelly claimed "I don't remember a lot of Are Men Nice Enough…
NPR: Nunes Memo a 'Strange Episode' of GOP Attacking 'Law and Order'
February 3rd, 2018 7:28 AM
On NPR’s All Things Considered on Friday night, anchor Mary Louise Kelly dismissed the whole thing as a “strange episode” where the Republicans, “the party of law and order, [was] attacking the bureau charged with enforcing law and order in this country.” Somehow, it’s not a “strange episode” that NPR is sticking up for the integrity of the FBI, when just days ago, they were reminding listeners…
Kos: NPR ‘Committed to Enabling’ Trump’s ‘Propaganda’
January 27th, 2017 10:17 PM
Daily Kos founder and publisher Markos Moulitsas is pleased that “several media operations have decided to join reality [by] calling the Trump regime’s lies what they are -- lies.” Still stuck in unreality, according to Kos, is NPR, which, he alleged on Wednesday, “remains steadfastly committed to enabling the ruling regime’s propaganda efforts.” Kos fumed that “conservatives rally around…
NPR Makes Light of Death Threat Against Business Bearing Koch Brothers
April 26th, 2011 5:28 PM
NPR's Renee Montagne apparently didn't take an alleged death threat seriously, as she practically chuckled during a report on Friday's Morning Edition about anti-Koch brothers protesters mistakenly calling a Des Moines, Iowa business named Koch Brothers office supplies.
Substitute co-host Mary Louise Kelly, noted that "Charles and David Koch are the billionaire owners of a giant industrial…