Fox News is hypocritical on how Obama and British PM Cameron deal with ISIS

The main to thing to remember here is that Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News Channel is rabidly dedicated to the demonization of Barack Obama but not of David Cameron —  even when he says the same stuff Obama says. You see, Cameron is a friend of Murdoch. Steve M. at NoMoreMisterNiceBlog makes the comparisons HERE and HERE....

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Here’s the secret formula for how Fox News peddles conspiracy theories and other bunk

If you Google the terms “Fox News” and “some people are saying,” you get more than 17 million results. Indeed, hardly a day, or even an hour, goes by without one of the talking heads on Fox News Channel referring to how “some people are saying” something or other that fits the channel’s political biases. These “some people” are rarely identified, and the stuff they’re purportedly “saying” is rarely supported by solid evidence. You see, this is how Fox creates and spreads...

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Big surprise: Fox News doofus blames Obama for death of U.S. general in Afghanistan

Steve Doocy, one of the dimmer bulbs on Fox News Channel (a distinction not  easily achieved), is RESPONDING to a tragedy in Afghanistan exactly as he would be expected to: There was a tragic incident just outside Kabul yesterday at the National Military Academy of Afghanistan, where a man dressed in Afghan military uniform opened fire. At least 15 were injured and at least one American was killed: two-star Major General Harold J. Greene, who was there to help train Afghan soldiers… In an unusually callous display, Fox News’ Steve Doocy...

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Is Fox News a victim of its own success?

In its 18 years of existence, Fox News Channel has been a big ratings and financial success. But as a political influence, the network has been something of a bust. For example, in four of the five presidential elections since the launch of Fox, Democratic candidates have carried the popular vote. Nor did Fox’s round-the-clock disparagement of Barack Obama prevent him from winning two terms as president in electoral landslides. Oliver Willis argues HERE that Fox is now pretty much just talking to itself: Fox is a victim of its own...

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Fox News anchor suddenly seems not to fit in with the crazies on his channel

Neil Cavuto of Fox News Channel is never going to be mistaken for a reincarnation of Walter Cronkite or Edward R. Murrow. For a brief moment or two today, however, Cavuto waxed uncharacteristically reasonable, as we see HERE: Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto blasted Republicans on Wednesday for preparing to file a federal lawsuit challenging the executive actions of President Barack Obama. During an interview with Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN), Cavuto belittled the effort as “an enormous waste of effort” and “a political football,” suggesting that...

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