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Originally posted by maria_stardust
If one were to follow a logical line of reasoning, it would seem that perhaps Fox is not as "fair and balanced" as it claims to be. Its' main adherents tend to lean right, and for good reason. It's a network that caters almost strictly to a highly conservative audience.
Provided your mom likes nagging and a nasely voice. and a whiner or is it winer?
Originally posted by jsobecky
She's not a right-wing fanatic. More like a sweet common sense type of gal that you'd be proud to introduce to your mom.
During the George W. Bush administration, Laura had been summoned with other republican friendly talk radio hosts to the White House for an "off the record" meeting hosted by President Bush. Although no specifics were divulged. The talk radio hosts that attended the meeting, did come out in concert to support issues that were prioritized by the Bush administration.
Ingraham got her start in journalism at Dartmouth, where she was the first female editor of the ultra-conservative Dartmouth Review. Already tarnished by its reputation for bigoted, homophobic, and sexist reportage, Ingraham took the Review to new levels when she secretly taped meetings of the campus Gay Students Association, sent copies of the tapes to participants’ parents, and, as if that wasn’t enough, published the transcript and went on to publicly denounce the GSA as "cheerleaders for latent campus sodomites."