I get that Fox opposes the Syria peace plan because its modus operandi is to foment dissent in the form of a relentless, irrational contrarianism to Barack Obama and all things Democratic to advance its ultimate objective of creating a deliberately misinformed body politic whose fear, anger, mistrust and discontent is the manna upon which it sustains its parasitic, succubus like existence… via Jon Stewart Destroys Fox News Over Syria Coverage: ‘Who Cares HOW We Avoided A War…’ (VIDEO). Nope. Nothing more.
By now, you’ve heard of the ‘interview’ of Dr. Reza Aslan by “religion correspondent” Lauren Green of Fox News. It was awful for a number of reasons, not least in which the interviewer questioned the interviewee about his qualifications to write about Jesus. Her specific question was related to religion — because somehow, a Muslim cannot write about Jesus (a Jew Christians and Muslims reverence in some capacity). Of course, not being Muslim hasn’t stopped a single Fox News pundit from talking about Islam. But, I digress. To be sure, while I do not believe Jesus was a political rebel,
Megyn Kelly admitted Fox had been taking commercial breaks only when Dems were talking in Benghazi hearing. Now cut out during GOP comments — Amanda Terkel (@aterkel) May 8, 2013 I don’t need to make a habit of reporting every time Fox News plainly tells you it makes a habit of hiding real news from you. But, it does make for some fun, and quick posts. Related articles Megyn Kelly of Fox News Fame Renews Contract With News Channel (webpronews.com)
Mr. Rivera did so on the conservative morning show “Fox & Friends” on Nov. 2, the Friday before Election Day. As the three hosts criticized the administration for failing to save the ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans who died in Benghazi, Mr. Rivera protested. He accused the co-host Eric Bolling of lying, calling him “a politician trying to make a political point.” “After the argument continued for several minutes, Ailes called the control room and told the producers to cut Rivera’s mic,” Mr. Alter writes. …. Mr. Alter suggests in the book that the episode is atypical;
This is a well-balanced view of the recent Goebbel-like propaganda machine called Fox News Channel: The current controversy seems to have originated with Fox News contributor Todd Starnes, who on Tuesday wrote about a Pentagon meeting on harassment and tolerance issues; among the attendees was the head of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, Mikey Weinstein. Pentagon debunks reports of anti-Christian policies – The Washington Post.
The latest? “You know, the Age of Enlightenment and Reason gave way to moral relativism. And moral relativism is what led us all the way down the dark path to the Holocaust… Dark periods of history is what we arrive at when we leave God out of the equation.” via Fox News guest: Scientific ‘enlightenment and reason’ led to the Holocaust | The Raw Story. This comes from the leader of the conservative group Concerned Women for American, Penny Nance. How odd she doesn’t realize the role Christianity played in the Holocaust… or the pogroms, or the host of other murderous
These are accurate statements quoted within a proper context without hyperbolic rhetoric: Members of the military are free to share their faith as long as they don’t harrass others, the Department of Defense said in a statement today. A Pentagon ban on proselytzing had caused an uproar in social media this week. Conservative activists claimed that service members could face court martial for talking about Jesus. via Military says no court martials for sharing faith | The Tennessean | tennessean.com. Or, in other words, things you’ll never see on Fox News. Among the other things Starnes will do is