Most of my news comes from the internet. Drudge mostly. TV news is typically from the local stations. All I really want from them is the weather and local happenings. Fox stays on at work as mostly background noise.
The actual "NEWS" coming out of Fox is actually pretty middle of the road. Without the left wing bias, it only seems right wing. Many of their "news" presenters aren't particularly right wing. Martha McCallum (sp?) and Shepard Smith are reputed to have some fairly moderate to left sympathies.
The "News" side of FOX should not be confused with the "Opinion/punditry" side of FOX. Hannity is pretty obviously right, but he also freely admits it. O'Reilley continues to try and stand in the middle of the road, but he's more right than left.
MSNBC is too painful to watch. They need to just put on ther BHO cheerleader outfits and kneepads and be done with it.
CNN seems more worried about cutsy human interest and the latest missing person stories than actual news.
MSgt, USAF, Retired
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