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Defund N.P.R. Bumper Sticker

Given that a modern proliferation of news outlets allow everyone broad opportunities to participate in sharing information, federal funding of National Public Radio (NPR) is no longer necessary. 29 more words

Products

Fake News: America's Toilet Water

I used to quip that I didn’t watch Fox News for the same reason I don’t drink from the toilet. Ha ha, roll snare drum. 572 more words

Anti-Trump Blog

We all live in bubbles that distort our perspectives of America - rich or poor, rural or urban

Every bubble distorts our understanding of America

Updated 11/25/16: added Footnotes section break at the bottom for clarity

I always knew that being white, male, straight, and educated meant that I was living in a bubble that distorted my perspective on the world. 951 more words

American Culture

For Florida's Senior Voters, Election Is About More Than Medicare

“Sometimes I think there’s a perception that Florida is God’s waiting room,” Tampa Bay Times political editor Adam Smith told me, in an interview about Florida voters. 73 more words

National Public Radio

KUOW: Jason Johnson Discusses 2016 Election on Seattle Public Radio

On The Record on KUOW Seattle Public Radio, Morgan State University professor Dr. Jason Johnson discussed the 2016 presidential election.

Listen to Jason Johnson on KUOW’s The Record.

Politics

Does planting GMOs increase pesticide use? It depends...

A year or so ago I was listening to a candidate (who will remain unnamed) for a federal office (that will remain unnamed). This candidate sounded reasonable and I agreed with most of what I heard – except for a call to label products made with genetically modified organisms (GMOs). 1,525 more words

University Research

A 21st Century Radio Experience

The NPR Story Lab is an incubator for new ideas and experiments in the newsroom. This project is advancing the ways that NPR broadcasts digital stories. 188 more words