Monday, August 07, 2006

NPR Going More Conservative?

Shocking as it may seem, they actually had a recent broadcast on "All Things Considered" that had some conservative thoughts behind it. This of course is in relation to Hezbollah. There is also an article attatched to the broadcast that labels Al-Manar as nothing more than a hate filled television network of Hezbollah. Could it be that the liberals dropped the ball and let this actually slip through their careful screening (censuring) process of what is viable news?

The conversation basically deals with whom you vote for, and that you ought to be held accountable for the choice. In other words, if you vote in terrorists, your country shall be treated as such.

The full story (audio via Real player or Windows media player).


Tags: , , , , , , , .


At 8/08/2006 1:30 AM, Blogger CarpiJugulum said...

No way !!!! As long as they continue to claim Juan Williams to be their conservative voice, NPR willnever be conservative. Its like this rehtoric of Liberman being a moderate. It just is not so.

At 8/08/2006 9:12 AM, Blogger Carnivore said...

So true Carpi, I was more surprised that they had a section that was more on the conservative side rather than being vilely liberal. This piece was actually toleratable.

At 8/08/2006 1:30 PM, Blogger Squiddy said...

I think a lot of the liberals news outlets occasionally let in something with conservative leanings to prove how non-biased they are, when really it's just the occasional exception to the rule.

At 8/09/2006 11:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

NPR must be kicking themselves for their mistake. Maybe they'll issue a retraction:

"We apologize to our listeners for almost reporting the truth. We express our heartfelt regret and recommit ourselves to giving you the leftist spin you have come to expect."


Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home