Rush Limbaugh’s New Tea on NPR’s Michael Feldman Show
Was anyone else listening Saturday afternoon when Rush Limbaugh’s new bottled tea product turned up on Michael Feldman’s radio program ‘Whadya Know?’ (www.notmuch.com) this weekend? At one point, Feldman asked callers to describe any Father’s Day gifts which wouldn’t be entirely appreciated. One man called in, beginning the ‘interview’ by reporting he had just gotten what he wanted for the holiday: “I got some of Rush’s new | Read More »
Why is Public Radio encouraging conversion to Islam?
The following announcement was read this morning on Michigan Public Radio: Michigan Radio is partnering with Calvin College and the University of Michigan Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies to host an event that will explore Michigan’s diverse Muslim population. The Muslims in Michigan Community Conversation will take place on Wednesday, April 12, at 7 pm at the Calvin College Commons Lecture Hall | Read More »
NPR’s ‘alleged choice’ of a Border Patrol officer harboring illegals and drugs
From National Public Radio’s All Things Considered program Thursday comes the story of a U.S. Border Patrol agent charged with harboring illegal aliens in his home and lying about it to authorities. Also found in his home were “couple ounces of methamphetamine in the house, as well as drug packing materials. ” What made the story compelling is that one of the illegals that Marco | Read More »
NPR’s hit piece on GOP view of ‘climate change’
This weekend came another glaring example of why NPR should be de-funded. On All Things Considered came the following, recounted by Guy Raz and reprinted on their web site: GOP Victory May Be Defeat For Climate Change Policy, http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=130776747 It began as follows: October 23, 2010 The more carbon that gets released into the atmosphere, the higher the average temperature rises. That’s a scientific | Read More »