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Red

Horse pucky.  NPR only reports on issues of interest to left leaning ideals and it always reports favorably on the liberal point of view.  Just count the number of times the words 'climate change' is used vs other networks, their focus on the plight of 'human' impacts of illegal immigration vs the cause or impacts of illegal immigration, firearms...miss reporting science and data vs emotional issues, focus on 'injustice' of race relations, economics, policing, obama care, ect.  Not a chance they warrant a neutral rating.

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realshelby

Just because we disagree with what is being reported, doesn't mean it isn't fact. For both sides. Listening to one outlet, or even sticking to one point of view from several outlets tends to lead to believing they are the only ones right. Hear it often enough, it must be true. 

 

Free your mind. 

 

 

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Paul De
13 hours ago, Red said:

NPR only reports on issues of interest to left leaning ideals and it always reports favorably on the liberal point of view

Might it be that those with right leaning ideals rarely agree to come on NPR to promote their point of view.  By avoiding an outlet like NPR they cede the field of debate to the other points of view.  I never understood why the right abdicates their opportunity to promote their positions on NPR, where there is a chance to get past the sound bites with a cogent discussion for an extended period. To an audience that on average are willing to listen to nuanced positions.    I guess these folks find it too stressful when having to deal stubborn facts that lead to difficult questions that challenge the narrative.  Better to stick with only talking to the faithful in a safe haven like, Rush, Levine, Fox, OAN, and Newsmax where sound bites are the norm and soft ball questions that only support the narrative are posed. 

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