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  1. Dec 20, 2010 · Apparently, NPR's Nina Totenberg. Totenberg was speaking on Sunday's "Inside Washington" about a failed spending bill in Congress when she made these comments: "We just passed this huge tax cut in part because business said, you know, we have to plan, we have to know what kind of tax cuts we have. Well, these agencies, including the Defense ...

  2. Dec 20, 2010 · The Christmas season is part of the American fabric and to be ashamed of it as is Totenberg is a sad commentary on how far our culture has slid towards political correctness.

  3. Dec 20, 2008 · NPR's Legal Affairs Correspondent Nina Totenberg drops by to help with our vlog, Open Mic. She didn't come to talk about any of the great Supreme Court debates, but about Christmas at the ...

  4. Dec 22, 2010 · Yesterday we mentioned, as our Quote of the Day, a quip by NPR legal affairs commentator Nina Totenberg that some conservative bloggers interpreted as being anti-Christmas. As it turns out, La ...

  5. Dec 22, 2010 · Breaking news: Nina Totenberg does not hate Christmas! The NPR legal correspondent created a web frenzy with a seemingly dismissive reference to the holiday on "Inside Washington" last weekend. During a debate about tax cuts and the omnibus bill, Totenberg threw in an off-hand anecdote:

  6. Dec 21, 2010 · NPR reporter Nina Totenberg interjected on Inside Washington in the weekend's oddest cautionary separation from a common description for a common event, seemingly embarrassed to invoke any ...

  7. Nov 17, 2011 · Early Sunday, NPR's Nina Totenberg, in making a point about the federal budget, asked her fellow panelists to "forgive the expression" when she referred to a party she had attended as a "Christmas party," instead of the presumably more inclusive "holiday party." By the time the sun set, her preemptive apology had gone viral online.

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