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I don't know what one reviewer was talking about when s/he was saying that this was "right-wing propaganda." I'm definitely a liberal, and this seemed "fair and balanced". If the reviewer had listened to the entire program, s/he would have heard a mix of seemingly left-learning, middle, and right commentary. In fact, the only story I had difficulty listening to as a liberal was Rod Paige (who can barely ennunciate the English language clearly) talking about the sad state of public education and how we need to move to more competition in education (mimicking the Bush admins views). Otherwise, the commentary was reasonably left/right. In fact, I was going to comment that there needed to be more left-learning truth to the stories. My problem with the right is that they are so damned obvious in their distortions. This certainly is NOT a right-wing publication.
Brad from Texas
It's right wing propganda. Unfortuntately I had hoped to hear a thoughtful discussion of the issues, presenting all sides and an unbiased view. What I heard was extremely biased opinions and statments that the CATO institute claimed to be fact, but did not match the facts published in such news sources as the New York Times, CNN, NPR and the Wall Street Journal. If you are a conservative who wishes to hear opinion that caters to your view, this audio subscription may be right for you. If you are middle of the road or liberal, or if you want unbiased information, look elsewhere.
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