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A new Quinnipiac poll finds American voters oppose the spending cuts listed in President Trump’s proposed federal budget, including 70% to 25% against eliminating the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. By wide margins, however, American voters say other proposed cuts are [...]
Open.President Trump's budget proposes defunding the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. If it passes Congress, it will take two years for funding to be discontinued, but the liberal public-media lobby is panicking. These hyperbole artists insist "Our public media is for everyone." That's just a lie. Conservatives are not welcome in public media.
The defunding of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting is long past overdue. No president, including Ronald Reagan, seriously pushed an immediate winding down of this corrupt and outdated waste of taxpayer funds. Who would have ever...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump’s proposal to slash funding to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting wouldn’t threaten to reduce programming at RSU, a public television station in rural Oklahoma. It would end it. “If the cuts go through with the CPB, my station would no longer exist,” station manager Royal Allis told The Huffington Post. Show More Summary
WVUE in New Orleans asked public broadcasters in the market about the Trump Administration’s intent to defund the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Ron Yaeger, GM of New Orleans public television station WLAE, said the threat of cuts to the CPB is common with new presidential administrations. Show More Summary
Local radio stations are gearing up for a fight to beat back President Donald Trump's proposal to cut funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which funds hundreds of local radio and television stations across the US. "This...Show More Summary
USA Today’s Andrea Mandell’s email account must be burning up with panicky press releases from the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting – each reminding her of all the “great cultural works” those agencies have brought us.
In his budget proposal last week, President Donald Trump revealed that he hopes to successfully eliminate all funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which provides funding to PBS and NPR. Such a decision would “devastate...Show More Summary
Following the release of President Donald Trump’s new federal budget last week, the liberal media was up in arms that Trump would dare to defund the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. On Sunday, a CNN anchor asked the MRC’s Dan Gainor if it was “conservative revenge.” But The Washington Post on Monday had an even more ridiculous explanation. Show More Summary
And then they came for Big Bird. They always do. The much-discussed Trump federal budget proposal zeros-out the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, along with the National Endowment for the Humanities and National Endowment for the Arts, both of which also support some public broadcast programming. The yellow, feathered giant on the federal chopping block is […]
Elmo go bye-bye. Controversy has surrounded Donald Trump's proposed budget, which includes cuts to the National Endowment for the Arts, the Department of Health and Human Services and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which funds...Show More Summary
That the NEH, NEA, and Corporation for Public Broadcasting provides a lot of benefit to society for very little money and that closing these agencies down does nothing meaningful to change the federal budget is clear to anyone who is not evil. But in case anyone is on the fence, the impact that Ken Burns’ […]
MRC vice president Dan Gainor appeared on CNN’s New Day on Sunday to discuss the Trump administration’s budget plan, which zeroes out money for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. While the PBS lobby tried to claim America deeply...Show More Summary
“Public radio and television broadcasters are girding for battle after the Trump administration proposed a drastic cutback that they have long dreaded: the defunding of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting,” The New York Times reports. “The potential elimination of about...
The administration of U.S. President Donald J. Trump released its first federal budget plan this week which calls for the elimination of all funding for the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Trump also proposed pulling the plug on the Corporation for Public Broadcasting,...
President Trump's first budget proposed to end funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, something we at the MRC have advocated throughout our history. It's not fair that conservative taxpayers should have to subsidize propaganda programs that insult their political philosophy and assault their favorite politicians.
Today, President Donald Trump released a $1.1 trillion dollar draft budget for 2018, slashing EPA funds by 31 percent, the State Department by 28 percent, and zeroing out the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, National Endowment for the Arts, and more. He did propose $54 billion in defense spending, so at least… Read more...
Late Thursday afternoon, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell released a statement praising President Donald Trump’s budget proposal, including the decision to defund the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB).
Cutting off federal money for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting could devastate stations in smaller markets that already have tight budgets.