Did National Public Radio really fire Juan Williams for his remarks about Muslims—or the forum in which he made them?
For example National Public Radio developed radio for the deaf that reads out NPR radio on a screen.
Whatever the firing of Juan Williams does, or does not, say about National Public Radio, it says a lot about the American right.
The paper quotes a "United States Marine Corps review of the attack" as discussed on National Public Radio.
National Public Radio recently wrote just such a speculative piece on Kenya, and CNN had its own version on Jamaica.
As he declared on National Public Radio: “People can't live on snark and vicious gossip alone.”
Rucker to National Public Radio: “When I was a kid, you could hear Stevie Wonder and Buck Owens on the same channel.”
In the clamor to break news get on the air, CNN, Fox News, and National Public Radio all declared Giffords dead at one point.
Kati Marton is an author and journalist who has reported for ABC News, National Public Radio as well as a number of print outlets.
But fears that the rally might be seen as (gasp) political prompted National Public Radio to ban its journalists from attending.