Should We Take The Money Away From CPB and NPR?
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(2/27/2011 11:56:25 AM) |
Global warming is a theory AND scientific fact. Like, say, gravity.
NPR does NOT have a liberal bias--studies have repeatedly disproven that myth. It only seems that way because the overall media has such a clear conservative bias.
But that's not the point. The point is that public broadcasting is a tiny portion of the budget and it delivers excellent value for the money--it provides a useful service, it employs people, and it generates funds for a good cause from the private sector. Conservatives are just looking for a way to posture about cutting the budget without addressing the real problems that they have caused with deregulation and massive deficits.
|- Brett Alan|
(2/23/2011 9:05:34 AM) |
When I look at the multi million dollar plants serving sparsely populate areas and hear defenses such as we have an obligation to serve I get upset. Private stations cut back in a recession and public broadcasting is unaccountable like other governement agencies. It is just not efficent.
The liberal bias flurishes because we do not held NPR accountable. Global Warming is a Theory not a scientific fact. NPR pushes their chosen "Academic Veiw" without a serious consideration of the consequencies of their actions or a look at opposing views. They snub people with opposing views or ignore them entirely. We do not need to fund this kind of conduct.
|- Ron Davis|
(2/23/2011 7:57:05 AM) |
CPB threatens to sue civic clubs using a "Barney" costume. Jim Henson did not pass as a pauper. The public owns 0% of Kermit (Miss Piggy got it all in the settlement). "All Things Considered" is well produced owned solely by NPR. Affiliates MUST BUY an NPR dues membership before buying a program, both with tax money in a shell game.
CPB/NPR is a COMMERCIAL network that CHOOSES to serve a non-comm format. Sorry, no tax money. Write a bigger check to show your appreciation, instead.
|- Richard Boekeloo|
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