Skip to comments.Group that helped sell Iran nuke deal also funded media
Posted on 05/20/2016 3:02:02 PM PDT by DeltaZulu
A group the White House recently identified as a key surrogate in selling the Iran nuclear deal gave National Public Radio $100,000 last year to help it report on the pact and related issues, according to the group's annual report. It also funded reporters and partnerships with other news outlets.
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The Ministry Of Propaganda
Friday night dump.
Meanwhile our illustrious affirmative action president managed to squeeze in 18 holes of golf today. (Friday) Most Americans had to work......not Dumbo
Jokes on them. NPR would have carried the water for nothing.
For a good laugh, read the article. The NPR spokesman explains in detail how their reporting is not influenced by huge cash donations. Why, they even have a ..... firewall for this very purpose.
Ted Cruz and others might someday have Israeli and or American blood on their hands as a result.
Republicans could earn their keep by subpoenaing every funding solicitation letter Obama sent out on letterheads of his two foundations and billion dollar library.
REALITY CHECK---Post-prez Boobamba and the Missus are salivating about getting-rich-quick (ala the Clintons).
Boobo's got his half-caste eye on that $150 billion.....he's determined to get a cut of the boodle.
I would not be surprised if Cruz and the others who voted for the Corker Bill were also promised a cut of the $150 billion.
The Ploughshares Fund’s mission is to “build a safe, secure world by developing and investing in initiatives to reduce and ultimately eliminate the world’s nuclear stockpiles,”
Giving Iran Nukes ain’t the way to do that
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