“National Progressive Radio,” wide of the mark and Marxist tinged.
Sorry to have to admit this, but reading or listening to NPR on the radio is painful and stiff with Marxist-oriented hype.
I don’t get it. What constitutional republic oriented American would listen to the NPR crap, never mind fund it? Beats me.
Read Paul Craig Roberts, Bill Sardi, Jon Rappaport, and Taki Theodoroacopulos instead. You will be far ahead of the game.
Look at this example of NPR‘s recent work, headlined “Extreme Heat Is Worse For Low-Income, Nonwhite Americans, A New Study Shows.” They write:
As record-high heat hammers much of the country, a new study shows that in American cities, residents of low-income neighborhoods and communities of color endure far higher temperatures than people who live in whiter, wealthier areas.
Urban areas are known to be hotter than more rural ones, but the research published Tuesday in the journal Earth’s Future provides one of the most detailed looks to date at how differences in heat extremes break down along racial and socioeconomic lines.
The authors used census data and measured land surface temperature with satellite imaging and focused on 1,056 counties that are home to about 300 million Americans. They found that in more than 70% of those counties, neighborhoods with more people of color and lower income people, “experience significantly more extreme surface urban heat than their wealthier, whiter counterparts.”
The study found that in areas with higher rates of poverty, temperatures can be as much as 4 degrees Celsius, or 7 degrees Fahrenheit, warmer during the summer months when compared with richer neighborhoods. The same held true for Americans living in minority communities when compared with their non-Hispanic, white counterparts.
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