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Making a Case for NPR

Mar 25, 2011
Granted, the person making the points about NPR's virtues in this Wall Street Journal Op-Ed piece is Steve Inskeep, who is himself a host of NPR's "Morning Edition." But he brings in some data about who's actually tuning in that might surprise longtime listeners as well as detractors.

House GOP Gangs Up on NPR

Mar 18, 2011
Because this is the most pressing matter to capture their collective attention, House Republicans moved swiftly to bring the issue of government funding for National Public Radio (or lack thereof, if they'd have it their way) to a vote Thursday. Updated

NPR Controversy Fueled by Dishonest Editing

Mar 15, 2011
Where there's smoke, there's fire. Where there's a conservative video sting allegedly capturing a liberal target saying something controversial, there's highly manipulative editing. As Mark Sumner on the Daily Kos puts it, "The ACORN video was a fake. The Shirley Sherrod video was a fake. So why should anyone be surprised to find that the NPR video is also a fake?" (more)

‘Colbert Report’: Pimpin’ 101 with Sean Hannity

Mar 6, 2010
Conservative faux-pimp prankster James O'Keefe earned high praise from Fox News' starring lineup -- Glenn Beck, Michelle Malkin, Ann Coulter and Sean Hannity, among other Murdochians -- for his infamous ACORN prostitution "bust" depicted in a video which turns out to have been edited, perhaps with a goal in mind In keeping with this spirit, Stephen Colbert engaged in a little deceptive (continued).

ACORN Changing Shape?

Feb 23, 2010
Despite earlier reports that ACORN, the national coalition of community organizations that some conservatives love to hate, is effectively "dissolving as a national structure," an ACORN spokesperson told The American Prospect that the national network "still exists."

Anti-ACORN Filmmaker’s Hijinks Lead to Arrest

Jan 28, 2010
Budding filmmaker and right-wing sting operator James O'Keefe was among a group of four people arrested in New Orleans on Monday for entering the office of Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu under false pretenses. The 25-year-old O'Keefe had previously been heralded by GOP types for shooting footage of ACORN employees allegedly involving themselves in the cover-up of a (fabricated) prostitution business.