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From:                              jrogers@daqsystems.com

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Sent:                               Tuesday, January 28, 2014 10:30 AM

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To:                                   John Rogers

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Subject:                          Poor NPR jouralism

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Hi-

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This morning I heard part of a piece on NPR regarding the਍ഀ upcoming bills on immigration. The information they presented was deceptive and਍ഀ came from a biased source - the proponents of Senate bill S.744,  "Comprehensive"਍ഀ Immigration Reform. I doubt the reporter who did this piece has ever read any਍ഀ information from those who are skeptical or against S.744, like from਍ഀ Foxnew.com, NumbersUSA or Center for Immigration Studies. For example she਍ഀ presented S.744 as a "comprehensive" solution without asking whether਍ഀ the bill is really "comprehensive" and what this word implies. She਍ഀ also mentioned the enforcement aspects of this bill which are just promises,਍ഀ not required for amnesty and unlikely to ever to implemented as long as Obama਍ഀ is president.

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I fault NPR for poor investigative reporting, taking oine਍ഀ side's word as the "facts". This is a good example of "group਍ഀ think" and is also why NPR has the well-deserved  reputatoin for਍ഀ Liberal Democratic bias. If you do not read opposition news sourcess how do you਍ഀ know you are getting "the rest of the story"?

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This is not the first time. Awhile back I wrote a letter to਍ഀ NPR on the same issue but never even got a reply. When someone's position is਍ഀ weak their best strategy is silence.

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Regards,

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JR

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John Rogers

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