Friday, January 31, 2020

Secstate Pompeo Dispute Powers NPR

This is probably more important that political hype . . .

Pompeo commits to US support for Ukraine amid impeachment trial

Still, here's a glimpse at political posturing working for the benefit of new legacy media profit models . . .

Donations flow to NPR after Pompeo clash with reporter

National Public Radio (NPR) has seen an increase in donations since a feud between the network and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Michael (Mike) Richard Pompeo Donations flow to NPR after Pompeo clash with reporter America needs reliable allies like Georgia Pelosi unready to support UK trade deal as Brexit progresses MORE began, an official for NPR confirmed Thursday.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

With all those donations NPR won't need tax dollars and they won't need to beg for money from listeners. Except liberals always want more money.

Anonymous said...

More money so old left wingers can listen to boring trivia shows and biased news.

Anonymous said...

^^^OK Gen Xer.

Byron Funkhouser said...

Only 1% of NPR's funding comes from the government.

The reporter in question has a Masters Degree in European Studies. Real networks require other qualifications besides being blonde.

She's better educated than him, & it's a given that she's smarter than him.

He was chosen for his job because he has no integrity, & like Trump, thinks he's smarter than any one with a real education.

Anonymous said...

Good lets make that ZERO

Anonymous said...

^^OK Boomer