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NPR Faces Listener Backlash After Scott Lively Interview
Evangelical crusader Scott Lively, credited with inspiring anti-gay legislation in both Uganda and Russia, was interviewed last week on NPR’s “Tell Me More” program by host Michel Martin to discuss Uganda’s harsh new statute. Read more...
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) says that comprehensive immigration reform is "incredibly unfair to those who follow the rules," even though his father admits that he was forced to use bribes to immigrate from Cuba. Read more...
Thom Hartmann takes our corporate media and the cheerleaders for war with Iraq to task and ten years after our invasion, asks 'Where are the apologies?' Read more...
This moment on This Week wasn't earthshaking. There are no snappy soundbites, no one to get your blood boiling. Yet, it was one of the most interesting topics raised on a Sunday show in a long time not only because of the content but also Read more...
via ThinkProgress, Gov. Rick Snyder agreed to an interview with APR ("American Public Radio") radio host Jeremy Hobson, who stumped the governor when he was asked to explain... if the intent of his legislation isn't to destroy the unions... just how does "union busting" Read more...

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In the glare of the national spotlight on their convention, Republicans just can't seem to stop spewing racist garbarge this week. In the above segment on NPR about Mitt Romney's speech at the American Legion Convention, you'll hear a speaker Read more...
That journalism as a profession is falling by the wayside, and that there are so few jobs available, might be the reason why young journalists essentially censor themselves. But I have to say, I've seen this throughout my career. I've always Read more...
David Barton tells Kirk Cameron about how the Founding Fathers wanted bibles in schools Fake historian David Barton got a bit of what’s been coming to him on Wednesday, when NPR’s “All Things Considered” turned its polite, soft-spoken, Read more...
Newstalgia Pop Chronicles Special: Maurice Sendak (1928-2012)
Newstalgia Pop Chronicles Special - Maurice Sendak (1928-2012), a remembrance via NPR's Fresh Air Program from earlier today (May 8th). Read more...
Jonah Goldberg is promoting his latest "nanny-boo-boo liberals!" coloring book, and Steve Inskeep of NPR basically got him to admit that's exactly what it is. After Inskeep smartly got Goldberg to agree that his book was railing against "politically Read more...