“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!” – Samuel Adams

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Undercover Camera Reveals Bias on Sesame Street

Undercover Camera Reveals Bias on Sesame Street

You’re probably familiar with the “sting” videos of James O’Keefe who caught NPR execs trash-talking conservatives and Tea Party patriots–these taxpayer-funded employees of a so-called objective news organization. Look what Andrew Klavan’s undercover cameras caught Big Bird and Elmo saying!

Dakota Voice Week in Review, Ending, Mar. 12, 2011

Dakota Voice Week in Review, Ending, Mar. 12, 2011

The best of the best articles from Dakota Voice last week including: The Myth of the Moderate Muslim; Pedophilia as a Sexual Orientation; Detailed Death Threats Against Wisconsin Lawmakers; Tea Party Cleans Up After Wisconsin Socialists; Supreme Court Shirks, States Proceed, on Presidential Eligibility Issue; DOJ: More Than 80% of Terrorist Convictions Tied to Radical Islam; and more!

Another NPR Bombshell: Helping Hide Millions

Another NPR Bombshell: Helping Hide Millions

Conservative filmmaker James O’Keefe and his Project Veritas group have released another bombshell video on NPR. Executives with National Public Radio (a taxpayer-funded entity) were recently caught on film slamming conservatives and singing the praises of liberals to some undercover people pretending to be interested in making large donations to NPR. Now they are on video offering to help a group which ostensibly has terrorist ties to hide millions of dollars in donations from a government audit.

Time for Big Bird to Leave the Taxpayer Nest

Time for Big Bird to Leave the Taxpayer Nest

Worried that ending taxpayer funding for National Public Radio (NPR) and Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) will result in Sesame Streets’ demise? NPR’s senior vice president for development is not. “Well frankly, it is very clear that we would be better off in the long run without federal funding,” said Ron Schiller. It’s time for public broadcasting to spread it’s wings and fly without taxpayer support.

Senate Support for Defunding Public Broadcasting

Senate Support for Defunding Public Broadcasting

This year alone, American taxpayers spent $420 million to fund the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). Due to the downswing of the economy, CPB has requested $604 million for Fiscal Year 2013. With hundreds of television channels available on cable and satellite, as well as hundreds of radio stations on AM/FM/satellite radio, the time has come to sweep out taxpayer funding for public broadcasting with the broom of fiscal responsibility and constitutional government.

Finally Defund Public Broadcasting

Finally Defund Public Broadcasting

For too long, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting has operated as a front for a radical, left-wing agenda under the guise of providing a public service. As such, Americans for Limited Government has also renewed its call for members of Congress to cosponsor legislation by Representative Doug Lamborn (R-CO) that would defund it permanently.