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For instance, a legitimate news organization does not:
-Source its research to "conservative blogs."
-Purposefully present stories out of context.
-Regularly declare "Victory!" when a White House initiative fails.
-Ignore a breaking news story that embarrasses the Republican Party.
-Invite fringe conspiracy theorists to appear on news shows.
-Suggest during a news program that Democrats voted to "protect pedophiles, but not veterans."
-Routinely accuse the president of the United States of being like Adolf Hitler.
-Describe itself as the "voice of the opposition."
-Air more than 100 commercials promoting partisan political rallies.
-Show 22 clips of health care reform opponents who attended town hall forums, and none of health reform supporters.
-Purchase full-page newspaper ads to spread falsehoods about the news competition.
-Invade the privacy of second-grade students.
-Promote violent political rhetoric.
-Fail to fact-check a murder story before airing allegations about it.
-Allow a news anchor to suggest a Supreme Court nominee is guilty of "reverse racism."
TextEvery time I see liberals in action they are so angry, bitter, and vile. What's up with that?
Originally posted by alonzo730
I like to watch news, not news with some one's right leaning political beliefs attached. I've tried watching Fox News, I just don't care for their opinions. Opinions are not news. What's sad is that some people have a hard time distinguishing news from opinion. I like to watch Imus on Fox. He's a breath of fresh air compared to Morning Joe.
Now there is a biased program that liberal automotons flock to to get their opinions.
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Outfoxed examines how media empires, led by Rupert Murdoch's Fox News, have been running a "race to the bottom" in television news. This film provides an in-depth look at Fox News and the dangers of ever-enlarging corporations taking control of the public's right to know.
Originally posted by lifeissacred
reply to post by theubermensch
Sorry I don't watch the daily show so I'm unsure of what you're referring to. All of that aside would you not agree that the status-quo of American media is at least 'right of centre' when taking into account the size and scope of fox news and the deeply rooted social conservative values even found (though in a lesser proportion) on the 'left' of American mainstream politics?
I mean Obama would easily fit in with many of Europe's 'right wing' politicians. To even assume the mainstream of the democratic party is 'liberal' as many seem to do in the USA is pretty strange to me.