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    NPR CEO Resigns

    By Kyle | March 9, 2011

    Conservative activist James O’Keefe has taken down NPR’s CEO Vivian Schiller. Amazing. Now — if, say, a left-wing journalist using a sting operation managed to secure the downfall of the chief of a right-wing news organization, that journalist would obviously be buried with awards, given huge book deals, maybe his or her own TV show, turned into a folk legend a la Woodward and Bernstein. Right?

    Topics: Radio, TV | 2 Comments »

    2 Responses to “NPR CEO Resigns”

    1. K Says:
      March 10th, 2011 at 3:33 pm

      . . .that journalist would obviously be buried with awards

      Just be happy your water fountain at work doesn’t say “Leftists Only”.

      Maybe FOX news should change their tag line from “fair and balanced” to “separate but equal”.

    2. Obama bin Biden Says:
      March 10th, 2011 at 4:17 pm

      Give that kid a Pulitzer!

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