Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Open Thread

NPR related comments are always welcomed.

6 comments:

Porter Melmoth said...

I was sifting through the Daily Kos comments the other day and did an 'NPR' search. I was amazed by the volume of anti-NPR comments, some of them pretty harsh (and justified). We're hardly alone, gang.

They have a Kos-ized wikipedia, easily accessed on the sidebar, and NPR Check is linked there, in the 'NPR' entry. Refreshing!

Anonymous said...

NPR is a LEFT gatekeeper. This is evidenced by their total adherence to the Government (911 Commission) script. The 911 Commission ONLY investigated the governments alleged failures and NOT the actual events. Two planes Three buildings. Amazing! WTC-1, WTC-2, WTC-7 totaled over 3300 vertical feet that collapsed in less than 30 seconds. Interesting that you would cite DailyKos as an authority on anything? DailyKos does NOT allow any questioning of the official party line as far as 911 goes. Anyhow your blog is interesting and needed as NPR is but a tool of the shadow government. Keep up the good work!

Porter Melmoth said...

I'm not citing Daily Kos as an authority. I'm just talking about NPR-oriented comments. Comments are usually opinions.

big!pink!fuzzy!bunny! said...

It's also a hoot that 'internetz' identity-crawlers like oh-what's-it-called? -(checks)- yeah, 'Pipl' are picking up little dossier barnacles on such NoPR dote-ables as ... well, here - have a gander.

http://pipl.com/directory/people/Michele/Kelemen

Good times, damn good times.

War On War Off said...

Yesterday ATC had a rather unusual moment wherein what happened to Palestinians in 1948 was actually discussed (OMG!). Alan Cheuse talked about a couple of new books...a novel from the perspective of an Israeli soldier who had misgivings about sending Others into Exile. Another, a memoir, from the perspective of a Palestianian sent into Exile. So I looked at the ATC page this morning, thinking I'd give them a thumbs up and a link, and...there's no link, as if it didn't exist! Even looked for it in the link to Cheuse and it's not there either. Hmmmmmmmm...

b!p!f!b! said...

How 'bout dat, war-on - a radio exclusive!

Today's Cursor linked to a blurb about our Annie Garrulous (ka-BOOM!) giving some lecture, part of the content an account how Fox News lent them a generator in Iraq, despite the protestations of a higher-up. See, lend out your token "fair-and-balanced" panelists and they'll take goooood care of ya.