March 17, 2011 | Filed Under Banks, Congress, Democrats/Leftists, GOP, Government, House of Representatives, Journalism, Liberals, Media, Media Bias, NPR, PBS, Republicans, Senate, Taxes, Warner Todd Huston, Washington D.C. | 1 Comment
-By Warner Todd Huston
On Wednesday morning the GOP led House of Representatives voted to end federal funding for National Public Radio. Saying it made good fiscal sense it is also safe to say that the GOP was catering to its base, a group that has been against funding for NPR for some time.
The bill passed in a 228-192 vote mostly along party lines and will prohibit local NPR stations from using federal funds as well as cut all current funding. This eliminates almost $5 million in federal funding that NPR receives. The bill would not prevent the use of federal funds for producing programs by private firms and individuals…
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