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Thursday, December 17, 2009

LR woman hits Daily Show

Posted By on Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 6:41 AM

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Her Little Rock origins weren't noted on the interview (thank goodness), but Noelle Nikpour, identified as a "Republican strategist" for Fox News, was the foil in a bit with Samantha Bee on the Daily Show's final show of the season.

It's about the Obama administration indoctrinating school children -- or as Nikpour put it,  "government infiltrating its message" -- with a program to decorate Christmas ornaments for the White House. Nikpour viewed this with alarm.

Nikpour has made the news before. There was the time the NY Times said she'd flown "her Gulfstream IV" to New York for a Central Park Conservancy fete. And then there was the time Arkansas Business reported about the disappearance of her "racy website." The photo is from that feature.


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