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NPR and “Liberal Bias”

Just got through reading an interesting and well-written piece by Steve Inskeep, co-host of NPR’s “Morning Edition.” In the piece he laments James O’Keefe’s sand-bagging of Vivienne Schiller and compares the “faux” story with the “real” stories of the Muslim Brotherhood that he and others were currently reporting simultaneously.

It was a well-written piece, but I couldn’t help but get the feeling that Mr. Inskeep was missing a much larger picture and, as a result, does deserve to be examined within a broader scale.

In short, Mr. Inskeep, I respectfully disagree with your selective scorekeeping.

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