CommentsI've become aware of the trend of which you speak. O'Reilly employs Lamont Hill on occasion as a commentator and Jeemu Greene is now a regular I've noticed. Juan Williams, less doctrinaire than the others, is a constant presence on FNC these days, especially since he was fired by PBS and I also am aware that Wassermann-Shultz is often given air time on Fox.
FNC is the only channel we watch consistently in our house, eschewing all the news outlets in Canada except for SunNews to which we also subscribe. Before SunNews received approval up here it was opposed by the lame-stream Canadian media as being potentially Fox North. Curiously, SunNews is now much more conservative than Fox since it employs Ezra Levant, Mark Steyn and other excellent & fearless journalists giving is a right wing slant on news and issues we never had before.
Posted by Andy on 04/10 at 11:07 AM | #
Some months ago, I unsubscribed to cable TV service. I got tired of paying a huge amount of money, to watch just a couple of channels. One of these was FOX News. Seems I made the right decision. I can get all the news and information I need from radio, and the internet; including CFP! Thanks for all you do.
Posted by Wendy on 04/09 at 05:41 AM | #
Fox News Hires Supporter of Jeremiah Wright and Derrick Bell
Posted by Cliff Kincaid on Apr 7, 2012 at 08:39 PM
Santita Jackson, Daughter of Jesse Jackson
Fox News is once again moving to the left, hoping to avoid left-wing attacks on its news operations and commentators. But the move risks alienating conservative viewers. The current controversy involves new Fox News contributor Santita Jackson, who lists the notorious Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Jr., as being among her personal “activities and interests” on her Facebook page.More...
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