Comments: NPR = National Progressive Radio

I was listening to NPR the other day when they read some of the letters the receive. One of them lambasted them about their reporting on soon-to-be former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer. The writer pointed out to NPR the only time they mention the political affiliation of a politician involved in a scandal is if he/she is a Republican.

The writer described himself as a lifelong Democrat and small "l" liberal. So I guess there are a few liberals out there that understand the idea of fair and balanced.

Posted by DCE at March 16, 2008 06:06 PM

Yah, NPR is pretty radical..thats why they have CBC and BBC in their programming, two radical networks as well....
NPR is the only talk radio that doesnt have the blathering right wing idiocy of the sort that got us turned into a bankrupt third world nation

Happy 5th anniversary of the war, neo-cons!

Posted by Flatu lance at March 17, 2008 03:45 PM

Another good one, Pam.

Isn't it funny to see yet another example of how liberals define "balance" as being only their viewpoint. Just like how "tolerance" means embracing everything except Christianity. Just like they define "bipartisan" as when Republicans give in and let them have their way.

Ah, the Ministry of Truth is stronger than ever!

Posted by Reverse_Vampyr at March 18, 2008 11:41 AM

Terrific, as always, Pam! The article I read about paterson's affair never mentioned his party affiliation. Go figure.

Posted by Wyatt Earp at March 20, 2008 05:00 PM