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  • House to vote on cutting off funds for NPR

    House Republicans on Thursday took another swipe at taxpayer support for public broadcasting with legislation to bar federal funding of National Public Radio and prohibit local public stations from using federal money to pay NPR dues.

  • It wasn't that long ago that Sharron Angle was running for a U.S. Senate seat from Nevada. Now she's announced for a House seat. (Associated Press)

    Inside the Beltway

    "The Obama administration has made it clear that it intends to pursue unconstitutional legislation like Obamacare, job-killing policies, new regulations and increase federal spending at a level that paralyzes our nation's economic health," says former U.S. Senate hopeful Sharron Angle.

  • Analysts, NPR: Video edit of executive misleading

    News analysts say that a hidden-camera video by a conservative activist targeting NPR was edited in misleading ways to showcase inflammatory remarks from a public radio executive.

  • Vivian Schiller

    PRUDEN: Masterpiece theater for a merry prankster

    Republicans and conservatives aren't your usual merry pranksters. It turns out that conservatives are pretty good at it.

  • Illustration: NPR on the melt by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

    TYRRELL: National Public Radical

    It is a bloodbath over at NPR. First this pinhead, Ron Schiller, resigns after initially being defended by NPR, then by the end of the day Tuesday, he's given the shuffalo to Buffalo. Then Vivian Schiller, no relation to Ron Schiller, resigns the next day as chief executive officer and president of NPR. Ron Schiller was caught on tape saying NPR did not need its subsidy from the federal government to survive, but I guess the board of directors of NPR is taking no chances. Off with both of the Schillers' heads.

  • Illustration: GOP cuts by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

    LAMBRO: Democrats' lines give ground

    This has been a rotten week for big spending, liberals and President Obama and a great week for conservatives in the war to reduce the size and cost of government.

  • Illustration: NPR faces budget axe by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

    EDITORIAL: NPR hates you

    Are you a white, middle class, gun-owning, church-going conservative? Then NPR hates you. This stark but unsurprising revelation came in an undercover investigative video by conservative activist James O’Keefe targeting NPR senior executive Ron Schiller. Mr. Schiller thought he was chatting up Muslim activists promising a $5 million donation to the embattled publicly funded network, and he sought to appeal to them by disparaging people who disagree with his liberal worldview.

  • National Public Radio says CEO Vivian Schiller has resigned in the aftermath of a fundraiser's remarks on hidden video. (Associated Press/NPR, Michael Benabib)

    MASTIO: NPR's reality deficit

    There is a simple reason news organizations such as National Public Radio (NPR) should not be funded by taxpayers: Once you get used to living on other people's money, you have to become a political player to protect the cash flow.

  • Charlie Sheen

    Culture Briefs

    "Charlie Sheen refused to play the part of the fallen star. He just kept on partying. He became the Keith Richards of television," writes Rob Long at Richocet.

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