Republicans to try and cut public funding of NPR

H/T: The Hill

If you ask me, it’s about time. The firing of Juan Williams is being held up as the example of political bias in NPR’s reporting, but it’s hardly news that NPR is a shill for the liberals.

It’s hard to tell exactly how much money this would save. In the grand scheme of things, it would probably be a pretty small drop in the bucket. Regardless, it’s a drop, and we need to start somewhere. It’s a signal to the voters that the Republicans are listening and serious.

2 thoughts on “Republicans to try and cut public funding of NPR”

  1. While NPR does lean towards the left they do have some great programs. I like the gardening and cooking. It does have some good with the bad. And yes I do support them with a yearly check.

    1. Sounds like NPR needs to weed out the bad and add some more good. Maybe then more people like you will support them and they won’t need government subsidies. If their content is interesting enough, they can charge higher redistribution fees.

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