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Which leans further left these days, National Public Radio, CBS or The Associated Press?

  1. NPR
  2. CBS
  3. AP
 
 
 
 
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TheDiogenist

Nov-19-13 12:43 AM

Guess I can't tell. Are facts 'left', these days?

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The1RugbyReader

Nov-19-13 2:01 AM

Really, MDN?

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realwildchyld

Nov-19-13 7:12 AM

@PoeticJustice14 are you running the newspaper??? You are the boggest clown in town!!!

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realwildchyld

Nov-19-13 7:16 AM

Why not an "AA OF THE ABOVE" choice. I know I will get blasted by the lefty's on here but there is only one unbiased news outfit and it goes by the name of FOX NEWS. Now I don't always agree with them but they are more in line with us moderates these days.

And let the bashing begin!!!! lol

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EarlyBird

Nov-19-13 7:35 AM

Then lean to the right and shake it all about!! That's like the chicken dance!

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JackAaah

Nov-19-13 8:15 AM

I had a very tough time deciding on this as they all do a darn good job pushing for, and advocating my Democrat Party agenda. Why do you make my brain hurt so, MDN?

Ask me easier questions next time...

Come Together

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keyzgirl62

Nov-19-13 8:44 AM

Who cares?

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takkak

Nov-19-13 8:52 AM

NPR surely is money well spent. I don't know what leaning left means, as I simply hate all political parties and people therein.

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takkak

Nov-19-13 9:21 AM

The weather???

They go to college just to tell us there's a 50% chance of rain, it's partly cloudy, slight chance of snow, etc.

I can flip a coin for that.

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rickrod

Nov-19-13 9:47 AM

Lets just face it, MDN hates Dems.

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rickrod

Nov-19-13 9:58 AM

New Poll Question, Which city in ND has the worst Daily Paper? Minot Minot Minot Minot just pick one.

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centerfield

Nov-19-13 10:35 AM

Is that the same Fox News that contributes millions of dollars to the Republican Party? Is this the same Fox News that has to say "fair and balanced" every five minutes so that the old saying comes true-"if you repeat something often enough, even if it is false, people will believe it as true". Is this the same Fox News that has publicly admitted that its news broadcaster are told which words to use in describing the news in order to skew the views of the listeners. Is this the same fox news that is owned by an extreme right leaning owner with a penchant for twisting the news to his own benefit? Just wondering.

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takkak

Nov-19-13 10:39 AM

All media now is like fake wrestling, simply for entertainment purposes.

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SayWhat

Nov-19-13 11:21 AM

The majority of NPR's funding comes from the tax payers, so of course they are going to lean left to maintain funding from the tax payers. Republicans have proposed to have NPR's tax payer funding cut back if not removed completely. Democrats want tax payers to continue to fund NPR. I guess if you are a conservative, why would you want your tax dollars funding a left leaning network? At least with CBS, FOX, NBC, etc... we have a choice whether we want to support their networks by supporting the advertisers who sponsor those networks. We don't have a choice with NPR, tax payers pretty much pay the bills whether you are a democrat or republican, even though NPR leans democrat in their opinions and views.

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polidork

Nov-19-13 11:32 AM

seriously MDN? You conservatives and your crazed obsession with the "liberal media". None of the listed media lean left; the majority of media outlets are corporate owned and shill for the right, treat facts as opinions and opinions as facts, and have completely vitiated civil discourse in this country.

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realwildchyld

Nov-19-13 11:40 AM

leftwing lol!!!! You crack me up!!! You remind me of Jethro from the Berely Hillbillies......except Jethro was paid to act stupid.

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TheDiogenist

Nov-19-13 11:41 AM

(Really, Fox News is your choice for unbiased commentary?) Of the three options, 'CBS' probably shouldn't be on here (was MSNBC too much of a lay-up?), considering its recent, rushed, Benghazi fraud flop was of a more right-wing brand of hog swill.

That said, NPR is a gem. Plus (SW), only 4.6 percent of its funding comes directly from governments, another 11.4 from the CPB; more than that (17 percent) comes from corporations, yet nobody ever seems to call it out as being a populist shill.

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muleskinner

Nov-19-13 12:19 PM

Who leans further left?

a. Charlie Manson

b. Ted Bundy

c. Barack Obama

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takkak

Nov-19-13 1:25 PM

Q: What was Ted Bundy's last job in prison? A: Conductor.

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takkak

Nov-19-13 1:28 PM

Q: What does Barack Obama call illegal aliens? A: Undocumented democrats.

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takkak

Nov-19-13 7:40 PM

This place needs more Love.

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Missy1

Nov-19-13 11:20 PM

Veritas, are you part of the Knock Out Game? If you don't have a clue about that, look it up. Party of "Silence". !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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takkak

Nov-20-13 9:06 AM

The media perpetuates it, by having things like the "One hitter quitter" in movies like "Baby Boy". Violence is equated with cool, sort of like in Clockwork Orange. Most of what happened in that movie, happens today, but is now common place.

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locomotive

Nov-20-13 9:35 AM

"In order to regain some level of credibility, the news media announced it will stick to broadcasting the weather 24 hrs a day..."

This was funny, Veritas.

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locomotive

Nov-20-13 9:39 AM

Does anyone mean to say that they trust any news source? Why?

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