Petition to Minnesota Public, Minnesota Public Radio
Save Garrison Keillor
Not fair Keillor was put on same headline with Matt Lauer for the difference in what the two did. Complete banning of him is out of proportion (there has to be a better middle ground) and not fair to all the listeners who get a lot of care from what he provides.
Petition to npr.org , Ramona's dad
A Ramona Story, and A Raise
This petition is in regard to the NPR Facebook post on Monday, October 2, 2017 at 9:54 PM. This post gave joy to so many of your dedicated readers, and we want more! We want to thank you, and show our love (and how much we relate) to Ramona, the cats, the writers, and all of NPR. This petition calls on NPR to provide its readers with at least one article about Ramona (though a series would be better). The inclusion of adorable pictures is encouraged, though the need for discretion and privacy is understood. The petition also calls on NPR to give a small raise to the writer who accidentally posted about Ramona, or to Ramona's dad, or both.
Petition to Friends
Protect NPR and PBS
According to the following article found in the Independent, President Donald Trump wants to cut funding for arts and news program such as NPR and PBS: http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/donald-trump-budget-cuts-arts-humanities-nea-neh-npr-cbs-president-a7536741.html Please sign this petition to stop this from happening. The arts and news programs are very important to many Americans, and taking those away will make hard for people. If PBS is cut then there is will no longer be any programs such as SHERLOCK or Downton Abbey. If NPR is cut then many American who don't own a television and can't afford to buy a newspaper every day will remain ignorant of the events happening around the world. THIS IS VERY URGENT!!!!
Petition to NPR
NPR: Apologize for your role in deceiving voters by giving air time to Trump surrogates
During the entire Presidential election process, NPR presented themselves as reporting both sides. Regularly, there were surrogates for both candidates--but it was extremely apparent that the Trump surrogates were providing false information and being given equal, if not more air-time to voice their opinions. News reporting is not based on opinions and even worse when they are not grounded in factual information. Your coverage of Trump as being an equal candidate to any other republican or democratic candidate is appalling and the fact that Donald Trump is President Elect is partially due to your coverage and allowance of severe white-nationalist agendas. NPR, please apologize and report the news with journalistic integrity. Acknowledge your part in our now "disastrous" situation.