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Which news channel gives the most honest, unbiased news?

xxxx_XX 2011/03/19 16:45:28
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  • kyle.reed.925 2013/01/29 05:11:54
    Other - Please specify
    kyle.reed.925
    +1
    Personally I'd say it goes PBS then, CNN, CSPAN, NBC, and finally last and truly least Fox News
  • Ictehlite 2012/04/28 13:39:54
    Other - Please specify
    Ictehlite
    +1
    Whether something or someone is biased or unbiased is totally in the mind off the individual viewer or listener.
  • John Paul 2012/02/02 00:28:33
    Other - Please specify
    John Paul
    +1
    none - they are all liars - you have to be able to read between the lines.
  • hooda 2011/04/11 13:37:31
    FOX
    hooda
    +1
    I've watch all the channels and what the others do is leave out important parts of a story that would give it a completely different outcome if they had told it in its entirety. It's kind of shocking when you know the whole story and then watch how the others present it....it's misleading the public through omission.
  • xxxx_XX hooda 2011/04/11 14:44:13
    xxxx_XX
    +1
    I have also come to that conclusion.
  • Ictehlite hooda 2012/04/28 13:45:55
    Ictehlite
    +1
    Reporters from all media sources have been doing this very thing ever since the word "forever" was listed in Webster. They all try to give a story their own little twist hoping to achieve some desired level of greatness.
  • Annie~Pro American~Pro Israel 2011/04/11 11:25:19
    FOX
    Annie~Pro American~Pro Israel
  • Fearless Valor 2011/04/08 00:50:14
    FOX
    Fearless Valor
    +4
    Straight, Forward, Right out there, Doesn't miss a trick!!!
  • xxxx_XX Fearles... 2011/04/08 04:00:42 (edited)
    xxxx_XX
    +4
    Yes, today Anderson Cooper was definitely siding with the democraps.
    Fox was covering the shutdown while letting both sides have a say..
    I'm going to wear out my remote changing the channel this often!
  • Fearles... xxxx_XX 2011/04/08 20:27:48
    Fearless Valor
    +2
    Lmao. I just keep it on FoxNews all the time.
    You, my dear have a great sense of humor. I love it! xx
  • xxxx_XX Fearles... 2011/04/08 20:31:52
    xxxx_XX
    +2
    I have a new name for Anderson Cooper. Let's call him Andy Stupor.
    I hate to insult anyone but that guy gets by with his semi charisma and lack of dedication to any points.
  • Fearles... xxxx_XX 2011/04/08 20:35:29
    Fearless Valor
    +2
    Just watch FoxNews. All will be okay then. LOL
  • none 2011/04/07 19:24:34
    FOX
    none
    +3
    They always give opposing views and let people on who have them too. Fox leans to the right no doubt about it but it's not falling in that direction unlike MSNBC which is lying on it's left side and still kissing Obama's butt.
  • xxxx_XX none 2011/04/07 20:01:36
    xxxx_XX
    +3
    The last few days CNN is saying some truth about the failures of Obama regime too.
    I guess they realize they'd better get on the bandwagon.
  • none xxxx_XX 2011/04/08 02:20:18
    none
    +3
    I've noticed a bit of it too even MSNBC on very few occations may mention something negative, they can't continue to not tell the truth or ignore it.
  • SimpleAmerican BN-0 2011/04/07 16:21:20
    FOX
    SimpleAmerican BN-0
    +4
    All might skew a few things, but for the most part FOX is right on the money. I usually follow it up with Skynews and BBC. That and some other, non-US based printed media. I do find that most have the same view as FOX or at least report it the same as FOX adding to Fox's credibility. The other news, such as NBC/MSNBC which were VERY large contributors to Obama's campaign never seem to match up with what I find in the media outside of the US.
  • Billy Board 2011/04/07 16:00:31
    FOX
    Billy Board
    +2
    Who are these other guys? CNN, MSNBC???

    Is this a trick question?

    Did Barry put you up to this question

    guys cnn msnbc trick barry
  • CUDDLY BUT STILL CRABBY 2011/04/07 15:24:25
    Other - Please specify
    CUDDLY BUT STILL CRABBY
    +3
    True, not an American news channel and somewhat tabloidy, but this is where I get the majority of my American news that hasn't been "filtered" through the prism of political correctness.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/us...

    American broadcast and print media is virtually dead IMHO.
  • Dogzebra~PWCM~JLA 2011/04/07 14:58:19
    FOX
    Dogzebra~PWCM~JLA
    +3
    BBC World is up there too.
  • Farnsworth 2011/04/07 12:44:25
    Other - Please specify
    Farnsworth
    +4
    None. All news is biased, mainly left. Fox is right, but at least it entertains both sides.
  • txmoni7 2011/04/06 20:08:01
    FOX
    txmoni7
    +4
    I do like FOX but I still don't take their word for everything. I do more research if it doesn't seem right. CNN, c'mon, really? MSNBC, won't even go there. BBC is also good. but I have noticed that if you want to find out what is really going on in the US, look to news outlets from other countries but not just one...several and compare
  • xxxx_XX txmoni7 2011/04/07 06:25:18 (edited)
    xxxx_XX
    +4
    I tend to seriously agree with you. So far I feel a cringe going down my spine when I hear a news reporter saying nice things about events related to our POTUS, that are obviously contrary to the health of this country. I'm even watching Russian, Japanese and BBC TV news too.
  • txmoni7 xxxx_XX 2011/04/07 12:09:45
    txmoni7
    +2
    No kidding. It's like taking your finger nails and running them across a chalk board when they clearly twist things about our POTUS. My blood pressure goes up hearing the blatant lies being sold and the fools who buy them hook, line, and sinker! I think I need for you to check my BP! Don’t you dare let a RN or LVN do it either. wink
  • xxxx_XX txmoni7 2011/04/08 04:05:03 (edited)
    xxxx_XX
    +1
    I'm happy to check your BP, but you will have to remove your shirt. :P
    (typical silly joke...I know)
    Seriously though, grind 3 or 4 full sticks of celery in the blender, then strain it, add a few drops of lemon juice and drink it. Your blood pressure will drop substantially within a VERY short time. Do this once a day and you'll feel great!
    Now back to your personal diagnosis... (Time? Place? Shoe size?)
    You give FOX a new meaning!
  • txmoni7 xxxx_XX 2011/04/08 11:13:13
    txmoni7
    I'm definitely going to try that! I never knew that celery along with a few drops of lemon had that ability.
    (any time works for me. Vegas, baby. Shoe size?? Isn’t that what I’m supposed to be asking you?) SMILE

    And how do I give FOX a new meaning? What did I say?
  • xxxx_XX txmoni7 2011/04/08 11:21:57 (edited)
    xxxx_XX
    +1
    It's the celery that does it. The lemon is for flavor.
    You're the Fox . :D
  • txmoni7 xxxx_XX 2011/04/08 11:24:46
    txmoni7
    I love celery for the crunch. but I'll put it in the blender and add a twist of lemon.
    you're flirting with me again?? I like it!
  • xxxx_XX txmoni7 2011/04/08 11:26:00
    xxxx_XX
    +1
    Sure, I was trying to get a quick one in before work.
  • txmoni7 xxxx_XX 2011/04/08 11:29:16
    txmoni7
    Well, Dr. Mike, may you have a splendid day!
  • xxxx_XX txmoni7 2011/04/08 11:33:01
    xxxx_XX
    +1
    Thank you. See you in Vegas Saturday at noon?
    Mandarin Oriental?
  • txmoni7 xxxx_XX 2011/04/08 11:37:12
    txmoni7
    +1
    Works for me - wink
  • xxxx_XX txmoni7 2011/04/08 13:11:21
    xxxx_XX
    +1
    just me...wishing..

    Imagine us rolling into the oriental with your 10 Gallon Hat, sexy short cowgirl skirt and me with my scrub suit, otoscope in pocket and sphygmomanometer in hand. :D
    Now that would stir people's imagination!
  • txmoni7 xxxx_XX 2011/04/08 13:30:29
    txmoni7
    and my imagination as well. me with a 10 Gallon Hat!
  • xxxx_XX txmoni7 2011/04/08 13:42:28
    xxxx_XX
    +1
    You need it for that big brain of yours!
  • txmoni7 xxxx_XX 2011/04/08 13:49:45
    txmoni7
    LOL! megalencephaly
  • xxxx_XX txmoni7 2011/04/08 13:54:15 (edited)
    xxxx_XX
    +1
    Macrencephaly or megalencephaly is usually an abnormally functioning one! I would not say that in your case. Of course that has no reference to fathead in this regard. LOL
    You are keeping me from working, again!
  • txmoni7 xxxx_XX 2011/04/08 13:56:47
    txmoni7
    I love it...you have me laughing - this is great
  • xxxx_XX txmoni7 2011/04/08 14:08:52
    xxxx_XX
    +1
    My pleasure!

    (Imagination)
  • Matt Ryan 2011/03/23 19:15:33
    Other - Please specify
    Matt Ryan
  • xxxx_XX Matt Ryan 2011/03/23 23:06:01
    xxxx_XX
    +3
    BBC is on my "to see" for tonight. Last night was NHK, and I just finished watching Russian TV. I'm sincerely trying to find out just exactly how to get reliable NON-biased news.

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