But it's distressing when you say you don't care what's on radio or TV. It matters what people are exposed to in the way of information content and intellectual rigor.
no, it's about choice. if you choose to listen to things that are consistently in error in their reporting, or that consistently show only one point of view, i think that's stupid. i think it is your right to be stupid. (not talking about NPR)
ah, but you miss my point about Marxist. Obama was sold as a moderate. he is a Marxist. he was brought up that way, has associated with people who embrace the ideology, taught Marxist revolution ideology in his classes, sat in a black liberation theology church for 20 years (Malcolm x Marxism), and has done nothing since being elected except go farther left.
Hillary has been sold as a moderate. in truth, i think she has moderated some of her original Marxist views, however, she clings to many yet.
it is true that most of our progressives do not want to have a USSR outcome to their beliefs. they think that Marxism can be done right this time. i'd kind of like to see an example of it done right before we dive in.....so far, it hasn't worked out to well.
But NPR also is criticized for accepting corporate sponsorships
i guess that could apply to any network or news show that depends on advertising.
But I think the content of NPR is so much better than any other radio news source that even you..... extremist that you are ... should consider supporting it with your hard earned conservative dollars so the government doesn't have to.
maybe after the govt stops supporting them, i'll consider it... :-D
Have you heard any other radio programming try to address the issue of young urban women entering beekeeping
no and it's an interesting human interest story...or...you could see it as another media attempt to classify people by age and gender. gender and race have nothing to do with beekeeping. age might........