NPR? ProPublica? Showing our bias a bit? Or are they "strategic partners" too??
BTW I'm listening to NPR atm. I listen to every hour of Morning Addition, "All Things Considered" and often Fresh Air. Sorry to say, they are MORE unbalanced, MORE biased and the pentagon/national security state editing is the most blatantly obvious on NPR.
ProPublica is useless.
I enjoy public radio mainly for the likes of The Writer's Almanac, Weekend Radio, A Prairie Home Companion, Car Talk and a few other similar.
But their "news..." you better have some good discernment, otherwise you're going to be the saddest of creatures" the severely duped who is convinced they are "informed," and in the case of NPR people think they are more "informed" than non-listeners.
"Informed" all right, formed up good with that propaganda-cement they pour into people's heads liberally. (pun semi-intended)
At least CBS makes no bones about the fact it's a for profit corporation, with loyalties to other, bigger corporate advertisers, not any truth.
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