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NPR Bias strikes again as Tell Me More axes major remarks from Ryan Bomberger


NPR shows, yet again, why more of the American public does not trust them to present issues in a fair way.  Today, on Michel Martin’s Tell Me More, the bias resulted in heavy editing of my comments about Title X funded clinics (they strangely cut out the words Title X and the host’s misunderstanding that they were religious organizations). They also eliminated nearly my entire ending statements, where I called out Rev. Veazey for earning a $183K annual salary from the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice for 5 hours/week of work! It’s in his organization’s own 990 filed with the IRS (see embedded image).  I was showing how abortion is all about money, and his salary was proof of that. NPR moved to protect him, though, and struck the comments entirely.

They made sure, however to give him nearly 2 minutes (versus my cut-down 15 seconds) to spew that predictable pro-abortion rant about ProLifers not caring about children once they’re born. Apparently, he missed me saying early on in the interview that I’ve adopted two children. Facts don’t matter to pro-abortion activists like Rev. Veazey. But they, as well as children in any stage of life, will always matter to ProLifers.

Rev. Carlton Veazey's Sleazy Salary of $182,784 for 5 hrs of work/week

Michel Martin is a wonderful radio personality who comes across fair-minded. They didn’t edit any of Rev. Veazey’s comments but took an axe to some of my most potent points–minutes worth, actually.

BUT WE’LL KEEP ILLUMINATING THE TRUTH. Here is the latest video release from the National Black Prolife Coalition and The Radiance Foundation calling out black leaders, like the Reverend Doctor Carlton Veazey, who’ve betrayed the black community. It’s called “NUMBER ONE KILLER”.


  • Tikhon
    July 20, 2011

    I was privileged to hear the broadcast, through which I learned of your organization. I am surprised to hear of the heavy editing. I thought your presentation was sober and informed. The Reverend, on the other hand, was not as on point as you. He did not address the issues per se, and his tone, furthermore, was off-putting for its aggression and indignation, which, added to his digressions, made him appear less objective. You did a marvelous job. I am glad NPR listeners could at least be exposed to this side of the conversation. I understand your disappointment at any slighting on their part. Actually, at first I was excited at the thought that the interview would be solely with you. Of course NPR would not allow anything like that, which is a travesty in itself. Countless times we have heard pro-choicers tout their agenda unchecked on this station, yet a pro-lifer cannot get five words in without a rebuttal. But I wouldn’t worry about it: your voice, even edited, was heard. And I think it was vindicated by its presentation and truthfulness.

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