"The leaders of these 10 organizations are taking high salaries at the expense of spending dollars on the charity's programs. Despite receiving more than $200,000 in annual pay, these CEOs run organizations that devote less than 60% of their budgets to their programs and services. That means that at least 40% of your dollars are going to such costs as fundraising and administration, including the salary of the CEO."
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
This was shockingly bad "he said she said" journalism by NPR, even given its normal pro-corporate pro-Defense Department bias, NOT ONE mention that Agent Orange causes birth defects?
Pathetic memory hole work.
Here's a very complete (and scary) list of the illnesses associated with Agent Orange recognized by the Veterans Administration, NONE MENTIONED BY NPR:
Hard to believe an NPR reporter could be that incompetent, it must be an intentional cover up.
I'm sure the fact the Monsanto, manufacture of Agent Orange, being a corporate sponsor of NPR had nothing to do with this whitewashing.
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Friday, January 20, 2012
"I only met Weiss once, about a decade ago, but I never forgot our conversation. We were chatting over hors d'oeuvres at a convention of the National Association of Black Journalists, the organization I helped create. "So what do you think of All Things Considered?" she asked, referring to the flagship NPR show she produced for many years. "I love the show," I admitted. "But why does it have to be so white?"
"But we have Juan Williams," she replied defensively. I almost choked on my stuffed mushroom. But since she was paying for the canapés, I politely let the discussion move on to other topics. How ironic that, a decade later, the symbol of her liberal credentials would cause her departure from the network."
Gary Knell: New NPR Chief Faces a Problem With Diversity
Kellogg's departure reaffirms that the network's decades-old issues regarding diversity have yet to be solved. They are often attributed to a corporate culture that outlasts management changes."
NPR Loses Another Black Male Voice