Tag Archives: Faux News

Burying the Lede

Fox News has a new poll out today.  I went over to their site to find out what the poll had to say about the presidential election. The first thing I saw was the headline, which looked like this: That … Continue reading

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One Reason So Many Americans Are Clueless

Our media is too busy gauging public perception of reality to actually, you know, inform people what the reality is.  We’ve got a perfect example of this phenomenon, courtesy of Faux News.  Fox has released results from a poll where … Continue reading

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Faux Alarmism

The Fox News 2012 game plan is on full display on their website:

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It’s the Little Things

The Fox News propaganda machine is working full time to get Obama out of office, right down to the little details.  This image comes from the Fox News website this morning: I took the liberty of highlighting the relevant portion. … Continue reading

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Fox’s Election Fraud Fraud

From time to time I feel the need to punish myself by visiting Fox News’ website to see what kind of lies they are pedaling.  The front page offers up usual mix of war mongering, Obama bashing, and scantily clad … Continue reading

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We do not own a twin towers trademark

Fox News, fanning the 9/11 flames: A South Korean developer said Monday it would not alter the design of a twin-tower project despite complaints in the U.S. that it mimics the explosions at New York’s World Trade Center in 2001. … Continue reading

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Today in “Things Most People Already Knew”

Fox News viewers actually know less about current events than people who do not watch the news at all, according to a new poll by Fairleigh Dickinson University: But the real finding is that the results depend on what media … Continue reading

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Leading Questions

Via Balloon Juice, this is the kind of godawful, embarrassingly leading question that Faux News specializes in.  Here’s Megan Kelly talking to the Cain campaigner who appeared in the now viral campaign ad: Were you trying to appeal to, you … Continue reading

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The Neverending Search for Left-wing Bias

Possibly the biggest “story” to come out of last week’s Republican debate was the way a good portion of the debate audience applauded Brian Williams’ mere mention of Rick Perry’s record on capital punishment in Texas.  Unsurprisingly, Fox News wasn’t … Continue reading

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Killing With Praise

Last week, in advance of Hurricane Irene’s arrival on American shores, Eric Cantor remarked that any federal disaster money that was spent in the wake of the hurricane should be offset by cuts in spending elsewhere.  Cantor’s proposal was DOA, … Continue reading

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Morally Bankrupt

We embed, you decide:

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Faux News Corp

News Corp is imploding, abandoning its bid to take over the BSkyB network, but strangely this news is not getting much coverage from its subsidiary, Fox News.   Here’s the fox news website today:

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Well, Duh

Via Fox News, which has spent the last 2-3 years on a crusade to convince people the tea party is something other than a tool of the Republican Party: The Tea Party will support whoever wins the GOP presidential nomination … Continue reading

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