Tagged: NPR


Words And Phrases

I am unlikely to read Jonah Goldberg’s new book, The Tyranny of Cliches: How Liberals Cheat in the War of Ideas. It’s not that I object to Jonah Goldberg in particular and it’s not...


Gold and Bacon and Libertarians Oh My!

I see Jason has already gotten to this over at Cato but I want to chime in. I heard this report on “libertarian summer camp” while driving this morning. NPR Correspondent Robert Smith visits...


NPR’s Rural Listeners

The League’s own Matthew Schmitz has a nice post on rural radio at First Thoughts.


One more reason to ban privatized prisons

NPR has an extraordinary scoop on the birth of Arizona’s controversial SB 1070 illegal immigration law: Last year, two men showed up in Benson, Ariz., a small desert town 60 miles from the Mexico...


Juan Williams should not have lost his job

So I think NPR was actually wrong to fire Juan Williams. I also think that most of the positive reaction over his dismissal is due to people’s general dislike of Williams and his politics...


Wasn’t National Public Radio always NPR?

The Washington Post reports that National Public Radio is changing its name to NPR. John Miller snarks: Kentucky Fried Chicken changed its name to KFC and now National Public Radio is changing its name...