per Rikitikitavi 10:16 a.m. June 30, 2012"Let's hope the
popularity of Fox News is a harbinger of things to come in election
2012."You mean like Rep Issa admitting to Chis Wallace on Fox
either this past Sunday (6/24) or prior (6/17) that he has nothing substantial
in regards to Fast & Furious and he is on a witch hunt?
I like Headline News in the morning for my facts. Bloomberg for Financial News.
I'll occasionally watch Piers Morgan on CNN.But, for thought
provoking analysis/commentary/opinion I like Charlie Rose & CSpan. Some of the news from other countroies you can find on Cable (Al-Jeezera incl)
are heads & shoulders above any flotsam and jetsam News Corp peddles.
Without the eye candy on Fox Bus, Rupert M's propaganda channels are
trash.p.s. Current has far more liberal bias than MSNBC.p.s.s. CNN doesn't lean as far left as Fox News leans right IMO.
Let's hope the popularity of Fox News is a harbinger of things to come in
election 2012. Fox is the standard bearer when it comes to holding this
administration's feet to the fire as regards gross fiscal mismanagement.
and fox news viewers remain less informed then people that do not watch any
news, so what's your point? viewer-ship does not correlate with quality
(although CNN is not batting it out of the park in this area lately) as anyone
that bothers turning the TV on or tries to go to a movie knows.
Maybe if CNN gave up their blatant liberal bias and started to actually try to
be unbiased in their news they could get some credibility back with US
consumers. The simple fact is that Fox News, even with their conservative bias
is the least biased major news outlet out there. Since more of the country
considers themselves to be conservative than liberal, it isn't that hard to
figure out that CNN will not catch up to Fox until liberals can become the
Drudge is where to go for news first..........CNN and msnbc? Never !!!!!And NBC when you want the edited out version of the truth......
I wouldn't say CNN steers clear from opinion-based shows. They call it
"news," but it's nothing more than opinion-based propaganda.
Anderson Cooper is one of the worst violators of biased reporting. I've
seen Wolfgang Blitzer dismiss the results of a CNN poll, because it produced the
wrong results.No question Fox News also has it's bias. But the
world seems to be realizing you can not depend on CNN alone for accurate news.