Consensus Grows: The Republican Party Is FOX News
Unrest over the rancor so many of the network's personalities have transparently shown for the president and Democrats has inspired even conservatives such as Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) and David Frum to speak out against the network, Frum going so far as to say Republicans "are discovering we work for FOX." Now Andrew Sullivan, a former Bush supporter, has said, "the Republican Party IS Fox News."
Thursday, April 15, 2010(1 comments)
FOX Getting Too Vitriolic, Even for Life-Long Republicans
With the willful partisan distortions of FOX Fraudcasting, the network has consistently endured progressive and nonpartisan criticism for the way it approaches the "news." FOX and its personalities have taken those kinds of derisions and mocked them in turn as the slanted work of the "lamestream media." Further emboldened by the successful viewer draw it has amassed, FOX has continued to allow unsubstantiated conspiracy theori
Thursday, April 8, 2010(1 comments)
FOX and Their Convenient Moral Relativism
A major problem with FOX's general coverage of the news stems from its preconceived narrative filled so saliently far to the political right that its personalities will willfully ignore and manipulate facts to fit the narrative. Part of that philosophy lends itself to couching debates in binaries and ignoring the shades of gray, but criticism of Tea Party protesters has recently forced hosts to reconsider fair reporting.
Friday, February 26, 2010(1 comments)
'Turn Off FOX Campaign' Penetrates the U.S. Military
FOX's hypocrisy continues in touting its own "trusted" coverage of the news and hosts who claim to have the best interests of the nation at heart while FOX has a major shareholder who flaunts manipulating the news and allegedly maintains ties to terrorism like Saudi prince Al-Waleed bin Talal. Fortunately, a reader let us know about his outrage and what he has done about it.