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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

"Emergency" U.S. House Rules Comm. meeting Wed. re bill permanently barring NPR or affils from getting Fed funds; Larry O'Connor on Dennis Miller Show



3/14/11
Breitbart TV Editor-in-Chief Larry O'Connor talks about last week's James O'Keefe-inspired sting of National Public Radio (NPR) with Dennis Miller on his syndicated radio show
http://www.youtube.com/user/breitbart#p/a/u/1/7GTXXFCpAhg

Weekdays, 10AM-1PM EST
http://www.dennismillerradio.com/


Los Angeles Times
GOP prepares new assault on NPR funding as questions over video flap remain
A House committee schedules an 'emergency' session Wednesday to consider a bill that would permanently bar NPR or its affiliates from receiving federal funds. The move comes even though the video that brought down the broadcaster's chief fundraiser and CEO was apparently manipulated.
By James Oliphant Washington Bureau
March 15, 2011, 2:37 p.m.

Reporting from Washington -- House Republicans are preparing a new effort to strip NPR of all federal support, even as new questions have emerged from last week's scandal that forced an NPR fundraiser, as well as its chief executive, to resign.

The House Rules Committee will meet in "an emergency" session Wednesday to consider a bill that would permanently bar NPR or its affiliate stations from receiving federal funds. If it passes the committee, as expected, the bill could make it to the House floor later this week.


Read the rest of the article at:
http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-pn-npr-questions-20110315,0,4992364.story

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