I listened to a remarkable bit of self-parody on National Public Radio on Tuesday: a moderator, a pair of experts and some very earnest listeners trying to figure out how to most politely tell climate change skeptics they are dangerous idiots.
A classmate of Christine Blasey Ford who previously wrote the sexual assault Ford has accused Brett Kavanaugh of committing was common knowledge at their school is now saying she has “no idea” whether it occurred.
The Department of Education reported there were 235 school-related shootings in the U.S. during the 2015-16 school year, but NPR could confirm less than 5 percent of the incidents occurred in a new report.
A National Public Radio report blamed global warming for wildfires in Texas and suggested the best way to put fires out is by “getting real” on climate change.
The best argument mainstream media figures can make that they aren’t out to get President Donald Trump is their apparent desire to see him reelected in 2020, because displays like we saw Wednesday night are worth more than any campaign donation. Trump, responding to a comment from Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims about the murderous, transnational …
National Public Radio got more than 15,000 retweets for a tweet that misleadingly claimed the Supreme Court ruled immigrants “do not have the right” to a bond hearing while being detained.