>>13181 >my local npr station was taking cars as donations a while back. not really sure if they're corrupt or not. lol, NPR isn't "corrupt", but you may or may not want to support their programming, which tends to have a certain political bent. Morons accuse them of being "left-wing", but they're too bourgeois for that designation. They're a bunch of corporatist Democrats who have a bias toward (Bill) Clinton-esque and Obama-esque economic centrism and social liberalism. So Bernie was too far left for them economically, for example, but a Mitt Romney would be too far right socially. They like abortion (rights), gun control, business-friendly environmentalism, and muh wimminz and muh dindus.
Joshua Johnson (a gay nigger), who is the host of "The 1a" had Chelsea van Valkenberg on recently to help her shill her new book and tell her how stunning and brave she is.
Unfortunately, as much as I can criticize NPR, I listen to them a lot, because I drive a lot, and basically every other political/news show on the radio is worse. So I listen to them, but I won't donate to them.
Also, tons of their reporters, show hosts, and panelists are Jews. I mean, for as much as they hyperventilate about proportional representation for blacks and women, they sure don't seem to mind that even though Jews are ~%2 of the US population, they're a huge proportion of reporters at NPR.
>Why not just sell the car and give the cash? Sounds like a pain in the ass, and the IRS is a lot less likely to question a car donation to NPR (which they see all the time) than a supposed cash donation to a charity.