NPR

NPR Cover-Up

In the last terrible days of March 2002, National Public Radio continued its long pattern of sharply underreporting and depersonalizing violence against the people of that nation while emphasizing the feelings, perspectives and accusations of the Palestinians.

Despite Terror Attacks, NPR Maintains Blacklist of Leading Terror Expert

"The foreign terrorist threat in the United States is one of the most important issues we face as a society today ... [there are] distinct possibilities of mass civilian murder the likes of which have not been seen since World War II." These were the prescient words of Steven Emerson, testifying before the Senate almost four years ago...

National Public Radio – All Bias, All the Time

National Public Radio reporters may not be fair or balanced when it comes to covering the Middle East, they may not be paragons of accuracy, or exemplars of journalistic ethics, but say this much for them – they are consistent.

Camera Op-Ed: NPR and Terror

Even when innocents are blown apart by bombs, a journalist is loath to tell the story straight and place blame squarely on the perpetrator, there is little doubt that severe partisanship is at work.