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    March 07, 2011

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    Sherry Goldman (twitter @sherrygoldmanpr)

    Amen! I agree -- we need to keep funding for CPB and ensure objective journalism stays alive and helps inform us. Thanks for this great post, David.

    Jeanne Byington

    David,

    To count on people with little interest in deep-dish investigative reporting who wince at reporters who ask questions that tap political black and blue marks smacks of foxes in hen houses and makes me sad. Why should they vote to fund? Too much of this going on: Former Goldman Sachs executives making decisions that positively affect billionaires and banks to name just one other instance of a fox feeding frenzy.

    The whole topic of budget cuts is pathetic. A coalition of small business people who know how to work lean and effectively could trot in to each and every government office and cut wasteful staffing in short order. Another group could look for cheaters who reap Medicaid, Social Security and other benefits. We’d then have plenty of money to fund this and many other initiatives.

    Steven Frissora

    I do think that NPR has become more liberal skewed in their reporting. And after what I read and the video of Ron Schiller, it gave me pause. Not that I don't mind a different perspective or even a heated exchange from either side, but my beef is with the tax payer funding.

    I do not think their reporting is poor, or their message is
    inappropriate or that the way in which they analyze the news is unprofessional. I often visit the Huffington Post because the opinions bring balance, but that doesn't mean I want my tax dollars to fund her efforts.

    David Reich

    Steve, I suppose some NPR programming may have a liberal slant, but their reporting and investigative stuff is generally good and is much needed in these days of news stories that simply skim the surface, rehash what everyone else is writing, or
    focus on sensationalism that draws readers and viewers/listeners.

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