Is NPR biased, because if they actually are biased in favor of liberal politics, should they be receiving public tax payer funds? This is a hard question, because after watching a few news items about the network that is funded by tax payer dollars, it appears that they have a lot of liberal politics and views, this is somewhat disturbing because at some point we have to ask what if liberal progressive view points some day is deemed as a religion.
You might be able to make the point that they have a very fixed point of view and that they will not change their minds, in fact they could be alleged to be very very biased and even perhaps somewhat allegedly dishonest, in the way they practice their religion.
I mean how do you define a religion, is religion not the worship of a God or God like entity, surely politics could fall into this place, more so when you consider that the view points differ from what we know of actual history.
If this is indeed the case then one might some day make an argument that they should not receive tax payer funds because of the separation of church and state.
Sounds crazy right?
Perhaps not, I mean liberals have used the separation of church and state to cover everything from harvesting peaches, to asking the lords prayer, over lunch.
So why not apply it equally to every single viewpoint that seems to be at times, excessive and biased.
Or would that be just a little over the top, I know one thing, the recent language and comparisons at NPR, were over the top allegedly.
So how about another view, sure why not, that is what America is all about right?