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Jon Stewart Uses Inauguration Coverage To Illustrate Shallowness of Media

Jon Stewart Uses Inauguration Coverage To Illustrate Shallowness of Media
Jon Stewart uses snippets from the actual coverage of the Presidential Inauguration to show how depthless the mainstream media has become, some more than others.
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Fox & Friends: Obama’s Inauguration Day Happens to be ‘The Most Depressing Day of the Year’

Fox & Friends: Obama’s Inauguration Day Happens to be ‘The Most Depressing Day of the Year’
According to a report on Fox & Friends on Monday, today — the third Monday in January — has been dubbed the most depressing day of the year. It couldn't help the matter that today is also President Barack Obama's second inauguration.
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The Contributor Staff
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Ben Stein: Raising Taxes on the Rich Does Not Hurt Growth

Ben Stein: Raising Taxes on the Rich Does Not Hurt Growth
Ben Stein strikes again. For those who believed it was a fluke when just before the election Ben Stein went on Fox News and said there was little correlation between taxes and economic activity, it was not. Ben Stein struck again on Fox News when sitting on a panel he simply tore through Charlie Gasparino with facts. Ben Stein...
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Stewart: Al Jazeera's Purchase of Current TV First 'Fox Boner Alert of 2013'

Stewart: Al Jazeera's Purchase of Current TV First 'Fox Boner Alert of 2013'
Jon Stewart tackled the sale of Al Gore's Current TV to Al Jazeera on Thursday night, noting the story had all the makings of a perfect storm for Fox News.
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Conservative Columnist: Hurricane Sandy Relief Bill Was ‘A Rape of the Treasury’

Fox News' contributor and syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer defended John Boehner's decision not to bring a $60 billion Hurricane Sandy Relief bill to the floor last week, saying the Speaker had prevented a "rape of the Treasury."
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Viral Letter Writer on Fox: Stalin, Pol Pot and Hitler Would Agree with Feinstein

On Monday morning's Fox and Friends, host Steve Doocy spoke with guest Joshua Boston, who wrote a letter to Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) expressing his opposition to her proposed ban on assault weapons. Doocy was able to get the Marine to play along with his straw-man argument that the government is coming after our guns.
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Fox News On Hillary Clinton's Illness: 'Severe Benghazi Allergy, The Immaculate Concussion'

Since news first broke of Clinton's illness, Fox News hosts and contributors have labeled her illness everything from a "diplomatic illness" to "severe Benghazi allergy."
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Santa Claus Appears on Fox News to Discuss the 'War on Christmas'

Every year, Fox News devotes hours and hours of coverage to the so-called "War on Christmas." It's a big topic for Bill O'Reilly, who has devoted more time talking about the "War on Christmas" than he has actual wars. Thursday morning, Fox and Friends took Fox's "War on Christmas" coverage up a notch by welcoming an expert to discuss the growing secularization of America's culture...Santa Claus.
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Rupert Murdoch Calls For Ban on Assault Weapons

Rupert Murdoch, the CEO and chairman of News Corp., owners of Fox News, tweeted his support for a ban on assault weapons Saturday morning in the wake of a deadly shooting in Connecticut that left over 20 dead, mostly young kids.
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Rob Tornoe
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FCC Clams Up on Its Own Transparency Initiative

When the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed a rule earlier this year to require TV stations to post political ad buying information online, public interest groups (and ProPublica) welcomed the policy as a means to get an unprecedented look at how billions of campaign dollars flow around the country. Now, the commission is refusing to even talk about the future of its own transparency initiative.
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