2018 Apr 27, 1:13pm
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And trust me, the cost of running a forum is not high. I'm sure it's far less than 1% of their budget.The real reason for NPR closing off their discussion section is that they simply do not like the political opinions of the majority of Americans.
And trust me, the cost of running a forum is not high. I'm sure it's far less than 1% of their budget.
The only people I know who listen to NPR are old cat owning Democrat women usually driving a Prius C or burnt out 62 year old hippies who usually work in education.
Maybe nprcomments.org is available. You could set it up for them and run it for them for a while. Start a new thread for each story, and see if you can get traffic.
I used to listen to Garrison Keillor before he was me-too-ed. He talked about small town Minnesota which was fairly enjoyable as it reminded me of my NE European youth days in a small village. Now there is nothing to listen to. I guess I have to wait until I am 62, burnt out, and buy a Prius :)
National Geographic was from a male European viewpoint
Marketplace is still good to the degree that they leave the globalist agenda out of it, but it creeps in there too.
Has NPR ever, even once, had a pro-conservative or pro-Potus story? I think they have not.Sometimes they have good neutral stories, but they normally show extreme bias in their selection of stories and speakers, and in the spin they put on things.
a pro-conservative or pro-Potus story?
I cracked up listening to NPR a few weeks ago. They went to play a clip about Trump and trade and it was somebody saying something positive about Trump and the guy cut it off saying it was the wrong clip.
I used to enjoy Krasny until one day he said, "I slow down in the fast lane when someone behind me is going too fast".There really are people that dickish.