WND, Fox. Can't always trust Fox anymore. Sad, most aren't truthful.
Not sure I truly trust any news source witbout doing my own due diligence these days.
Fox News is the most biased the Documentary "Out Foxed Rupert Murdoch's war on Journalism was produced in 2004 I believe and was an excellent documentary using Fox's own video clips and insider information It reveals how Fox is the official propaganda arm of the republican party
A fakumentary starting the admitted, proud Communist Van Jones?
What happened? Couldn't get Castro to do it?
You would never hear me say fox is perfect, but if you can find anybody reasonable to compare them to NBC CBS ABC the New York Times or any of the other left hit jobbers I'll be surprised.
The New York Whines?
The Washington Post, New York Times, BBC, NPR, Wall Street Journal, Guardian, The Atlantic and Congressional roll call.
at least the BBC and WSJ make a stab at being honest and fair.
America 1 wrote:
Where else would you go for pure nonsense?
ahhhh, they are like the onion...comical.
That's just what they want you to think. And you bought into it. Dumbed-down, see.
The fact is that most major news outlets, TV and print, are owned by a handful of people. A small rudder steers a very big ship.
There are several sources (which by the way many of which have gradually relegated themselves to the dung heap), that are usually ever-present in the Henry homestead.
I will begin with the Dallas-Ft. Worth Newspaper and our local paper.
Second, Fox News always holds a respectable place as a news source.
Third, Generally this little box here called a computer holds titillating and realistic/unrealistic feeds depending on which of the well over 150 e-mails I peruse each day.
Finally, tending to boycott all "mainstream" newsfeeds (i.e., CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC etc.), I belong to a highly informed and greatly diversified group from my Alma- Mater with whom I share a cup (or two), of java about 3 days each week.
**NOTE: I might add, further, that, at the risk of being labeled a kisser-upper, I find sorting the reality from the rhetoric here fun and moderately challenging. However, some days are quite fruitless and some I find better as you are already keenly aware, I am certain. -- Henry
I don't trust ANY news source, I look at as many feeds, TV, Cable and internet, local, National and International, as I can, to see what details they agree on.
Best answer yet, and I pretty much agree. Trust no one, but glean what you can from many sources...toss the rest.
I have a pretty wide variety of online news feeds. If I get something that sounds a bit wonky I try to get a bunch of different sources and figure out what I think is true myself.
Yes I agree with you on Pam Geller.
Not only is she intelligent and truthful and patriotic but she is also beautiful.
Hell Obama's FBI did what they could to get her killed in Texas!
I think you view of the news is based on the look of the rack..LOL