New NPR Chief Is Big Democrat Donor
Buried at the bottom of NPR's story about new NPR chief Jarl Mohn is the unsurprising news that Mohn is a major Democrat donor who, since 1990, has "contributed $217,000, most of it going to Democratic candidates and political committees."
Looks like the State's Media is safely in the hands of a Statist.
The left-wing NPR, that is partly funded by over-burdened taxpayers, has one overriding mission, and that's to protects its creator and benefactor: the federal government.
Despite its place on the taxpayer teat, like the government it so fervently protects, NPR is still managing to operate at a deficit. NPR is currently offering its employees voluntary buyouts in the hopes of overcoming a cash buyout of $6.1 million, which NPR says is 3% of its revenues.
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