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And which liberal progressive University was it again?

And just like I stated, "Faux News viewers are the least informed..."

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What a loser. I sometimes wonder if he and O'Reilly just spout their misinformation for money.

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Prissy Sean wants to be considered a patriot, but spent the Vietnam War gazing into the mirror in wonder. What has he done in life but sit there and blab about things he never experienced, actions he never took, spouting his hateful conservative politics. I am still waiting for him to get waterboarded like he promised. Let me do it.

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"Well, for one, he's got bank, clout and prestige and what do his detractors have?"

Guts and real life experience. Why would you assume money is the highest standard of Human achievement?

Looks pretty shallow to me.

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A university survey last week concluded that Faux News viewers are the least informed on any topic? Well I never!

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No Emmy Awards for Faux News Corpse. PBS with eleven Emmys; CBS News won ten; ABC News won three; NBC News and the BBC each got two; and CNN and Al Jazeera America both received one Emmy. Faux News zero.

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As a journalist, you should know how to look objectively at data rather than dismissing it out of hand

Please to provide some advance warning before you post something like that again. Now I've got a screen and keyboard to clean up.

Still trying to figure out where barely-literate "journalists" with an IQ under 100 can "bank" a lot of cash. Fantasyland?

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And the likely next Democrat to run for presidency Clinton who says "Businesses and coporations do not make jobs"

As the founder and owner of a small and growing company, I can assure people that I do not "make jobs." It is the customers who have money to spend on our product and services who actually make and sustain the jobs.

I'll give you a challenge, prove to me that everything the pundits say is scripted, remember, you are talking to someone who worked in TV, so here is your chance.

Truly one of the most moronic statements I've read in these forums. People who work in professional wrestling will deny it follows a script too. I never waste time trying to prove anything to anyone who has a vested interest in remaining clueless.

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Ok, so NO facts.....

Just like Faux News!

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Faux News was broadcast here in Japan but many years ago crashed because of lack of interest but BBC World News, viewed by 74 million daily across 200 countries remains strong has does the CNN.

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I guess like Faux News Corpse people who view people only has two types, a sort of "them and us" must have a very limited world view coupled with the philosophy "when you have money you have everything" and the "dollar is God and in God we Trust" shows a real lack of humanity and understandings especially when using the words God and logic in the same sentence followed no doubt by a large cup of tea at the party but really reaches the cup bottom when attempting to compare progressive thinking with Ebola and calling it a greater threat is a sad lack of humanity for its victims.

I have never considered myself a liberal, progressive or not and have haven't voted in American elections since I'm not American.

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Ode to Sean Hannity by John Cleese

Aping urbanity Oozing with vanity Plump as a manatee Faking humanity Journalistic calamity Intellectual inanity Fox Noise insanity You’re a profanity Hannity

Christmas being just around the corner, I can't wait to watch the 'War on Christmas' again.

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when all is said and done, when you have money you have everything.

That's the sad state of journalism today, and you seem to take pride in that. Journalism should at least strive to rise above the interests of money. Just look at the effects of money on politics in the US after Citizens United.

Does FOX lean a bit to the right, Yeah, so what? When you have 98% of the media leaning left, it's ok

It's not OK when the purpose of the network is to promote a hard right agenda and use any trick to achieve that. Fair and balanced, eh?

Roger Ailes was chosen to start Fox News because of his work as a political operative, particularly his legacy of making NIxon look better to the public. Remember Nixon? Not to mention Ailes' close alliance with scumbag Lee Atwater. Ailes is not interested in 'fair and balanced'. He is interested in misleading the public in order to shift discourse to the right. He has succeeded.

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Fox News was not broadcast in biligual and so had to be purchased as a separate channel. ..... People did not want to pay the extra money for the channels that were not in their language, so they disappeared from the schedule

Why was Fox News not made available in Japanese? Because it wasn't worth it. If someone thought money could be made from airing Fox News in Japanese (a la BBC or CNN), then it would have been translated.

Bottom line, it simply wasn't worth the effort. (I remember I used to watch it occasionally when we had SkyPerfecTV. For a laugh. I certainly would never have paid for it.)

if you perhaps believe in God and logic

Is that a typo? Don't you mean God or logic?

people that want to mind their own business and want and expect the same in return?

You mean, like people who mind their own business and let other folk decide for themselves whether they want/need an abortion? People who are strongly in opposition to their armed forces killing brown-skinned civilian folk on the other side of the world? Sounds like what you call liberals to me.

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Sorry, but the fact that you think faux news is quality is proof in and of itself of your brainwashing. Anyone with an ounce of logic can see through their 'news' at a glance.

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bass

And which liberal progressive University was it again?

The same university that graduated conservative commentator Peggy Noonan and Tea Party joker Christine O'Donnell.

As a journalist, you should know how to look objectively at data rather than dismissing it out of hand because you don't like it. If it makes you feel any better, MSNBC viewers rated almost as low as Fox's. So much for your 'liberal progressive university' theory.

Sean Hannity is a leading figure in the degradation of journalism in America, which has done great harm to constructive political discourse. Hannity's is a 'journalism' of name-calling, misinformation, pride in ignorance, antagonism to reason, and a simplistic world view that protects the privileges of people like him.

I make NO apologies for busting my butt to get it

Based on the frequency of your posts, I seriously doubt that you've worked as hard as you like to say you have.

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You explained the brainwashing you were told. I simply pointed out the truth.

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they must be doing something right.

They do what they do well - scaring the people and brainwashing them into believing their crap - but I wouldn't call that right.

Tell me, what do you call all those people that voted for Obama?

I call them disenfranchised with Bush and Republican crap. Remember, Obama got voted in on a campaign of change - the people were fed up with the crap of the past 8 years and wanted something different. Obama has given them that.

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And who will pay for Obama's Afghanistan wars? And once we leave and the Taliban returns (which they will) who will pay for the upheaval that will cause (which it will)...again?

I sense the logic is weak with this one.

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I watch the BBC for their documentaries, which are good, everything else..lol Yeeaaah..

BBC is the largest news broadcaster of the world and the most common household name. Guess you might have a language problem?

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That depends on category we are talking about

Guess you didn't read the bit "BBC News" that is the category I mentioned so no it does not depend on just any category and I mentioned the "news" national, international and world. The BBC is the world's largest daily news broadcaster with more than 70 million daily viewers across more than 200 countries.

Its also the most well known making it a household name. You can continue to cling to your Faux News and you are welcome to keep it because its not even in the same room has the BCC let alone the same league.

Since you like facts, they are it!

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household hookups, you might have a point and of course the BBC has been around for a very long time, but it doesn't matter how many households the BBC is in, meaning, as an Anerican I care about what happens in America, i

You have overlooked there's BBC America has well as BBC World. More people watch BBC News than ever watch Faux News, as an American why spend so much of your life on JT?

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I see. scripted? Hmmm, never saw you on a set before. 90 million plus viewers and growing and with the pundits having the biggest checks must be doing something right

McDonalds is doing something right too. Their popularity over the years speaks for itself. But I would not present that as proof of fine dining, and, like Fox, a steady diet of it is going to do more harm than good over time. And, yes, scripted. Like pro wrestling and junk food, I know exactly what I'm going to get with Fox -- with no surprises.

what's with the jealousy and hate

Most understand that the base of the pyramid will cover the largest amount of whatever -- in this case, viewers. There has to be a lowest common denominator, and it seems very odd that anyone would think a person would feel "jealous" not to be a part of it.

C-Span: Good so far if you are interested in what happens on the Hill (radio and TV)

There's a substantial amount that happens on C-Span aside from Hill proceedings. C-span3 has tremendous American history programs on weekends, and C-Span2 covers books and authors during that time. The in-depth information and quality of it leaves Fox in the dust. C-span is where I last saw Horowitz -- within the past two months -- and the pathetic drivel he whines about.

Horowitz 26 books written almost all 4 1/2 out of 5 stars, not too shabby.

All fan reviews, readers who are part of the choir he is preaching to, so that mindless morons can cite those ratings. Try citing a serious, professional political book reviewer who thinks any of his books are well-written or have anything intelligent to say. I grew up listening to and respecting William F. Buckley, and Horowitz is nowhere near Buckley's league.

Early in life, thanks to folks like Buckley, I was able to detect and articulate the fatal flaws in conservative thinking, and a pocket full of money could never induce me to join them on the bottom of the integrity pyramid.

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for me, money is everything,

You're such an inspiration for humanity. And I'm so glad you're in journalism. Money makes everybody more honest and objective.

Fact- Higher taxes do not work!

Never have and never will.

I guess the interstate network in the US was built on low taxes and private enterprise, as were America's moon missions, etc. Remember that taxes now are far lower than they were during those years.

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If you make that kind of an argument, then you can say, Steve Jobs doesn't really deserve the credit, the prestige and the reputation for making Apple what it is.

Infantile minds need fairly tales with clearly defined "heroes." Many thousands deserve credit for making Apple what it is, including Steve Jobs. That is not putting him down in the slightest, but it is also not over-inflating him. This is another thing that Hannity and the puppet-masters at Fox are very good at: Dumbing things down and creating simple heroes and villains.

You agree with Obama when he so infamously said, "you didn't build that?" You believe that?

My business model depends on the public Internet. I certainly didn't build that.

Consumers have money from jobs to spend on your product and/or services.

Let's assume that average consumer has a need for "two units" of my product per year, and no more, practically speaking. But let's also assume that 70% or more can either afford one or none. And so over there is a company with 20 workers and one owner, who is paying them at the current minimum wage. The owner will buy two and no more. The 20 workers might buy one every few years.

Will I (and the workers on my side) be better off if that owner pays his workers a wage that allows his 20 workers to buy two of our product every year? Will our workers now be able to purchase more of that other company's product?

Go back to a time when the middle class was prospering and find out that the ratio of owner pay to worker pay was on the order of 60 to 1. The fact that it's many hundreds to 1 now gives anyone with the slightest amount of brainpower the understanding of where the real bottleneck is in our economy.

Oh, and Hannity and Fox won't tell you this but anyone who is dependent on others to create jobs for them has every bit as much of a "dependency mindset" as someone taking a welfare check. Believe.

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Hannity Hyped RNC's Doctored Audio Of Supreme Court Arguments. Hannity uncritically aired a Republican National Committee (RNC) ad that used audio from Supreme Court oral arguments to attack health care reform -- but the audio used in the ad was dishonestly edited. [Media Matters, 3/30/12]

Hannity Distorted CBO Data To Attack Obama. Hannity claimed that a January 2012 Congressional Budget Office (CBO) report showed that if Obama were to win a second term, taxes would "go up 30 percent." In fact, the report only stated that taxes would increase at such a rate if all the Bush tax cuts were allowed to expire. [Media Matters, 2/2/12]

Hannity Falsely Claimed A White House Adviser "Advocated Compulsory Abortion." Hannity claimed that White House science and technology adviser John Holdren "advocated compulsory abortion" and sterilization. PolitiFact had previously rated a similar claim -- made months earlier by Fox News' Glenn Beck -- "pants on fire" false. [Media Matters, 9/9/09]

Hannity Falsely Claimed Obama Called The Death Of Four Americans "Just A Bump In The Road." Hannity claimed that Obama referred to the death of four Americans in the September 2012 attack on a U.S. compound in Benghazi as "just a bump in the road." In fact, Obama was referring to the difficulties Arab countries were facing in transitioning from autocratic rule to democracy. [Media Matters, 9/25/12]

Hannity Spread False Report That Egypt Was Considering Necrophilia Bill. Hannity hyped a thinly-sourced report from an Egyptian newspaper to claim that the Egyptian government was considering a law that would allow a husband to have sex with his dead wife. The Christian Science Monitor called the story "utter hooey," and multiple sources later debunked the claim. [Media Matters, 4/30/12; Huffington Post, 4/26/12]

Hannity's Special On "Liberal Bias" Featured Wildly Distorted And Out-Of-Context Quotes. Hannity's "Behind the Bias" special, in which he purported to investigate the "bias" of "the mainstream media," featured multiple deceptively cropped quotes. For example, he played a clip purporting to show that Katie Couric called President Ronald Reagan "an airhead"; in fact, Couric was citing a conclusion from a biography of Reagan. [Media Matters, 4/24/11]

Hannity Cast Doubt On Scientific Consensus About Climate Change. Even though the overwhelming majority of scientists agree that global warming is occurring and is likely caused or exacerbated by human activity, Hannity has repeatedly denied or cast doubt on the existence of climate change. [Media Matters, 12/4/09, 1/13/10, 8/27/10, 11/19/10, 6/24/11]

Hannity Fueled Myth That Obama Is A Muslim. During a segment in March 2011 in which he fueled the smear that Obama was not born in the U.S., Hannity claimed that Obama "went to a Muslim school." In March 2012, while claiming that he was "not doubting [Obama's] faith," Hannity said, "[L]ook, he did write about his early years, that he did study the Quran, that one of the most beautiful moments in life was prayer at sunset. So, I mean, he does have that background." [Media Matters, 3/24/11, 3/21/12]

Hannity Fed The Birther Movement. Hannity repeatedly fed the long-standing smear that Obama was not born in the United States, even after Obama released his birth certificate and multiple fact-checkers debunked the smear. Hannity denied that Obama had shown his birth certificate and once falsely claimed that Obama "grew up in Kenya." [Media Matters, 3/28/11, 4/20/12]

Hannity Ignored Overwhelming Evidence To Repeatedly Claim Obama's Policies Have Not Helped Improve The Economy. Hannity has repeatedly claimed that President Obama's policies have not improved the economy. In fact, numerous economists and independent analysts have noted that many of Obama's policy achievements, such as the stimulus, have benefited the economy: GDP is growing rather than contracting as it was at the end of 2008, and the economy has added millions of jobs. [Media Matters, 1/13/10, 7/14/11, 2/2/12]
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And you can see him on Fox News - the last bastion of unbiased truthful reporting!

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Hannity and O"Reilly. Two peas in a pod. Both full of s***, oh, I mean themselves.

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Just like Faux News!

Hehehe

No Emmy Awards for Faux News Corpse. PBS with eleven Emmys; CBS News won ten; ABC News won three; NBC News and the BBC each got two; and CNN and Al Jazeera America both received one Emmy. Faux News zero.

Case in point.

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I think Hannity should have served. It would have made a man out of him, perhaps. Now, he is just a whiny wannabe.

Somebody tell him we will have respect for him if he just pays for those Bush wars.

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Oh, the humanity.

You couldn't find a more bias organization

Daylight come and we wanna go home.

you always had to be quiet and tow the line

Now, I've towed many things behind a line, so I wonder what they were doing at that network. Perhaps knowing the difference between "tow" and "toe" was a condition of employment. By my count, they are three-letter words, which should not be too tough for a real journalist.

and I intend to agree with that premise.

Just tell us when, and we'll alert the media.

I don't and have never disliked liberals because they ARE liberals, I dislike them, because liberals believe that the world revolves around them and that their opinion is what counts and that's that it.

Well, if liberals automatically believe the world revolves around them, then you are actually saying that you dislike liberals because they are liberals. Oh, the humanity. Actually, liberals tend (not "intend) to believe that the human world should revolve around reason, logic and science. The day you look in the mirror and sense that those do not apply to you, you'll be on the way to recovery -- which is what every liberal would hope for.

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Faux news would never survive in Japan for the simple reason that there aren't enough morons here to form a decent viewership. Only America can provide numbers like that.

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not in the states. FOX still dominates hands over fist, (followed by CNN) especially when it involves US politics

That's pretty much the reason broken America cannot be fixed.

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Prissy Sean wants to be considered a patriot, but spent the Vietnam War gazing into the mirror in wonder. I think Hannity should have served. It would have made a man out of him, perhaps. Now, he is just a whiny wannabe.

Hannity was 14 years old when the Vietnam War ended.

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"And who will pay for Obama's Afghanistan wars? "

All of it is just a continuation of the Reagan/Casey action to organize the rag-tag Mujahadeen goat herders, train them, arm them, and teach them assymetrical warfare with sophisticated weapons. Then, Daddy Bush infuriated them with his immense bases in Saudi Arabia. We never got to use them, but the damage was done.

Wars are The Wildfires of Humanity, and once started by nationalists, usually burn until everything god is gone. Did you think we could turn on and off the Reagan/Bush Wars?

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What Fox does and calls "News" can best be compared with professional wrestling relative to a "real" sport. The people who like nice, easy, scripted entertainment -- where their own prejudices and misconceptions can be re-validated on a daily basis -- will tune to Fox.

For those capable of holding more than one thought in their heads at a given time, there is a very wide selection of outlets from C-Span (radio and TV) to BBC, to PBS, to NPR, to books, magazines and newspapers -- since the people who watch Fox are less likely to read things that aren't being pushed by the network. It's those things that CNN is really competing against and not Fox.

Like pro wrestling, the Fox network appeals to those who hold a Manichean view of the world, and who probably have never heard of that word. (And never will on Fox.) For the record, I've heard it and other "college-level" expressions of the English language quite often on CNN's commentary shows. C-Span also operates at that level, unless they've invited someone from the right on like a David Horowitz or a Sean Hannity.

BTW: The races here in Georgia for governor and Senator are extremely tight. We're talking about a very conservative state in the Deep South. I've never seen so many signs in yards in my conservative precinct for Democrats (Jason Carter and Michelle Nunn) in nearly two decades. I'm definitely hearing a change in tone from my conservative colleagues and neighbors. We may see Georgia as purple as Colorado in a few years.

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That Hannity is a liar is clear enough. Not as well known is Hannity is a POS snake oil salesman.

And its worse that you think.

He created a charity to help the family of veterans, named it Freedom Concerts, of course, and gave less than 10% of the take in to those who needed it. Gee, where did the rest go?

Scum.

Anyone here who supports Hannity is scum.

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Faux News was broadcast here in Japan but many years ago crashed because of lack of interest

Hi, Zichi,

Actually that is not the case. Both CNN and BBC broadcast in bilingual. This means that both of these channels are included in value channel packs. Fox News was not broadcast in biligual and so had to be purchased as a separate channel. This was also true of the English Bloomberg Business channel that used to be on satelite and cable in Japan years back. People did not want to pay the extra money for the channels that were not in their language, so they disappeared from the schedule. Why pay extra for something that you never watch because you can't understand it?

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Why was Fox News not made available in Japanese? Because it wasn't worth it.

From the beginning, Fox News offered the signal to Sky Perfect for free. I guess Fox News did not feel it was worth it to provide free translation as well in order to qualify for the package services. Let's face it, Fox News was much more an American centered service. CNN and BBC are clearly much more world-wide oriented. There were actually a lot more monolinqual channels back then on Sky Perfect, but many have since disappeared. Although, a few years back CNN in Japan did change from being CNN International to CNNj which seems to have a lot more American programming.

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Correct me if I am wrong about this (I don't have cable in Japan) that's at least is what I have heard.

Yes, you are correct that Sky Perfect now also offers CNN-US as a channel separate from value packages. I believe the separate fee is somewhere around 3,500 yen a month and the service is the exact same broadcast that is in the US. CNN-US is only offered in English. As far as I know, it is still being offered now. CNNj is the one that is part of the value packages of channels at no extra cost.

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Observations:

1.) he is more "hypocrite" than conservative. He is only conservative when it suits him, on issues that suit him. At other times, he wants government to be Big Brother, so that his opinions can be forced on everyone else. His lack of consistent principles is very disturbing.

2.) his lack of knowledge in general, and inability to think critically, may not be offensive to his followers, but he typifies why, according to a recent Pew survey, 94% of American scientists and engineers reject today's Republican Party.

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bass4funkNOV. 02, 2014 - 12:35AM JST Prissy Sean wants to be considered a patriot, but spent the Vietnam War gazing into the mirror in wonder.

Since Hannity was born on Dec. 30, 1961 and the Vietnam War ended in 1975, he could not have been old enough to serve in that war. You should get your facts straight before making comments like that.

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You have overlooked there's BBC America has well as BBC World. More people watch BBC News than ever watch Faux News, as an American why spend so much of your life on JT?

Sorry, but not in the states. FOX still dominates hands over fist, (followed by CNN) especially when it involves US politics and the BBC America branch was 3 blocks from the peacock center, been there only once to meet up with a correspondent and some audio guys preparing to leave for Iraq during the war, that's the only time I had the pleasure of meeting someone from that network.

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Sioux ChefNOV. 04, 2014 - 08:14AM JST Prissy Sean wants to be considered a patriot, but spent the Vietnam War gazing into the mirror in wonder. I think Hannity should have served. It would have made a man out of him, perhaps. Now, he is just a whiny wannabe.

Hannity was 14 years old when the Vietnam War ended.

Yea, some people think they know stuff.....

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Why was Fox News not made available in Japanese? Because it wasn't worth it. If someone thought money could be made from airing Fox News in Japanese (a la BBC or CNN), then it would have been translated.

No, not because it wasn't worth it. Fox had a problem with Japan paying the for the Satellite signal fees. There was a small company that tried to bring Fox news across Japan, but the company just didn't have the money SkyperfectTV has. When you make statements like that, I can clearly understand you really do not understand how this business works. It's all about ratings, it's a ratings business driven industry, if people don't watch or not interested you will NOT have a News program and that includes the TV shows, primetime especially. CNN has had a problem with this. They had many shows come and gone as well as anchors for either having sagging ratings deep in the toilet OR like msnbc where some of the anchors had a credibility issue or bad-mouthed and personally attacked someone, CNN had 3 and msnbc about 5 if my memory serves me well. SkyperfectTV was charging ¥500 first and then they announced they were going to renegotiate their contract with FOX and then they sent out a survey asking people if they would pay ¥1000 a month for FOX, many did and they kept the program in their package. Since I worked at FOX even though it was a short time, I know a few people in the business section of the network and the head of marketing Paul Rittenberg had a dispute with the provider and through their records showed that they were overcharging the customers and NOT paying for the signal, so SkyperfectTV was pocketing profiting the rest and basically stealing the signal and FOX got nothing. They have bureaus in Rome and Jerusalem and wanted to stay in Japan, but it is a business and NOT a charity company, so they decided to pull out of the Japanese market. That is what happened, it was a business decision, nothing more, nothing less.

Bottom line, it simply wasn't worth the effort. (I remember I used to watch it occasionally when we had SkyPerfecTV. For a laugh. I certainly would never have paid for it.)

I watch the BBC for their documentaries, which are good, everything else..lol Yeeaaah...

Is that a typo? Don't you mean God or logic?

Actually, NO.

You mean, like people who mind their own business and let other folk decide for themselves whether they want/need an abortion? People who are strongly in opposition to their armed forces killing brown-skinned civilian folk on the other side of the world? Sounds like what you call liberals to me.

Cleo, you try so, so very hard, I will give you credit for that. ROFL

@slumdog

You are right on almost every point, except for CNN and CNNj. CNNj is free, but CNN (US) if I am not mistaken costs around ¥1000 with Skyperfect and is separate from the multi-channel package. Correct me if I am wrong about this (I don't have cable in Japan) that's at least is what I have heard.

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"Just like Faux News!"

Not having a link to back up your accusation is a pretty lame way to make an argument. I understand that you don't like Hannity that's fine, but acting like third grader just makes you look like a blind partisan. Make a logical argument.

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They do what they do well - scaring the people and brainwashing them into believing their crap - but I wouldn't call that right.

And for the last 6 years what do you call all that mess Obama and his fellow Democrats got us into and mind you, will continue to scorch the Earth for another 812 days?

I call them disenfranchised with Bush and Republican crap. Remember, Obama got voted in on a campaign of change - the people were fed up with the crap of the past 8 years and wanted something different. Obama has given them that.

And what happened with all that Hope and Change? Notice how he doesn't talk about the debt, the open border, Benghazi, the IRS scandal, if you like your healthcare you can keep it, Fast and Furious, the Bergdahl secret swap in exchange for 4 major and the most dangerous Jihadists, highest unemployment for Blacks and Hispanics, is doing nothing, but allowing ISIS to feature and tighten its grip in the region. But wait, I could go on, but that would take another week to lay out all of the so called accomplishments of the smartest guy to occupy the White House, so I will digress.

Guess you didn't read the bit "BBC News" that is the category I mentioned so no it does not depend on just any category and I mentioned the "news" national, international and world. The BBC is the world's largest daily news broadcaster with more than 70 million daily viewers across more than 200 countries.

Sorry, but you clearly don't have a clue as to how the cable networks operate at least in the US. If you look at overall household hookups, you might have a point and of course the BBC has been around for a very long time, but it doesn't matter how many households the BBC is in, meaning, as an Anerican I care about what happens in America, if I want to know what's going on in Kenya, I'll watch CNNj or the BBC, other than that, I don't care. Kudos to the people that want to watch those networks that's the beauty of diversity. In the US FOX is crushing the competitions combined, also remember these cable networks are NOT publicly owned and operated.

Its also the most well known making it a household name. You can continue to cling to your Faux News and you are welcome to keep it because its not even in the same room has the BCC let alone the same league.

Thank God for that, it's not in the same league otherwise, I would have tuned out a very long time ago. I will cling as well as 90 million others in the states and abroad will cling as well.

Since you like facts, they are it for the U.S.

http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2014/10/31/cable-news-ratings-for-thursday-october-30-2014/322257/

1.) he is more "hypocrite" than conservative.

Not at all, not even close.

He is only conservative when it suits him, on issues that suit him. At other times, he wants government to be Big Brother, so that his opinions can be forced on everyone else.

Never said that.

His lack of consistent principles is very disturbing.

Why? Because I don't do the liberal song and pony show of trying to emulate and being part of the progressive liberal collective?

2.) his lack of knowledge in general, and inability to think critically, may not be offensive to his followers, but he typifies why, according to a recent Pew survey, 94% of American scientists and engineers reject today's Republican Party.

63% of Americans are angry with Obama and his liberal policies, there is a reason Democrats have a lot to worry about and why they want a very big change in the Senate. Now it's not a slam dunk, but my money is the Dems are in serious, serious trouble.

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I think many of you don't realize Fox News is catered to more domestic issues whereas BBC and CNN have a more international format.

A reference to the Mujahadeen was made attacking Reagan. Do you recall why they were trained and supplied? Was it to stop USSR? And was it part of the USSR collapse? Thank you Reagan!!!

I believe that if we would govern conservatively, meaning limited government, balanced budgets, greater freedom, that people took greater responsibility for their lives, etc. I think society would be better off if we were energy independent, if we secure our borders, free market capitalism in the healthcare system, not a top-down heavy system.

Anyone who does not see logic in the above post could in no way enjoy Fox News. MSNBC is more for you. The drones wanting all decisions made for them, unsustainable entitlement programs (as we see in Europe), taxing corporations to a point of leaving the shores or the nation, an over inflated minimum wage, and greater division in the races is the Liberal agenda to name a few.

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What Fox does and calls "News" can best be compared with professional wrestling relative to a "real" sport. The people who like nice, easy, scripted entertainment -- where their own prejudices and misconceptions can be re-validated on a daily basis -- will tune to Fox.

I see. scripted? Hmmm, never saw you on a set before. 90 million plus viewers and growing and with the pundits having the biggest checks must be doing something right, what's with the jealousy and hate, yabits? Try again, you can do better.

For those capable of holding more than one thought in their heads at a given time, there is a very wide selection of outlets from C-Span (radio and TV) to BBC, to PBS, to NPR, to books, magazines and newspapers -- since the people who watch Fox are less likely to read things that aren't being pushed by the network. It's those things that CNN is really competing against and not Fox.

C-Span: Good so far if you are interested in what happens on the Hill (radio and TV)

BBC, to PBS, to NPR

BBC, great for documentaries and if you are interested in European news, but I'd still rather watch when I'm in Japan for that CNNj. PBS and NPR, you might as well should have lumped in my old network, so in other words, public sponsored Television with a full on Progressive all the way tilt, without any balance of a conservative, except for the token once a year conservative that comes on. NPR tries, like CNN really tries, but it's like trying to kiss a frog, no matter how many times you kiss it, it'll still be a frog.

Like pro wrestling, the Fox network appeals to those who hold a Manichean view of the world, and who probably have never heard of that word. (And never will on Fox.) For the record, I've heard it and other "college-level" expressions of the English language quite often on CNN's commentary shows. C-Span also operates at that level, unless they've invited someone from the right on like a David Horowitz or a Sean Hannity.

Horowitz 26 books written almost all 4 1/2 out of 5 stars, not too shabby.

Hannity, successful TV and radio show

And what do all the haters have to bring to the table...I mean, besides more hate and name calling?

BTW: The races here in Georgia for governor and Senator are extremely tight. We're talking about a very conservative state in the Deep South. I've never seen so many signs in yards in my conservative precinct for Democrats (Jason Carter and Michelle Nunn) in nearly two decades. I'm definitely hearing a change in tone from my conservative colleagues and neighbors. We may see Georgia as purple as Colorado in a few years.

We shall see, this is a toss up and NO way, can it be called, however, the Dems are extremely naive if they think they DON'T have ANY problems. Personally, I think the Dems are headed for that political graveyard in the sky. It can go either way. Don't get too comfortable now.

@mark

I think many of you don't realize Fox News is catered to more domestic issues whereas BBC and CNN have a more international format.

Exactly and that's all there is to it. Quite simple.

Anyone who does not see logic in the above post could in no way enjoy Fox News. MSNBC is more for you. The drones wanting all decisions made for them, unsustainable entitlement programs (as we see in Europe), taxing corporations to a point of leaving the shores or the nation, an over inflated minimum wage, and greater division in the races is the Liberal agenda to name a few.

Knocked it out the ball park.

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So crystal clear to most Bass but so not on JT. Many of the posters only get their news on the US OUTSIDE the US. Easily swaying opinion to the agenda they prefer.

Fact- Higher taxes do not work!

Fact- Entitlements and municipal employees are paid from, Taxes.

Fact- Middle class has been shrinking for decades but under this Democrate it has excellerated.

Fact- Minorities are led to believe Democratic party is on their side when reality it is just the opposite!

Fact- The Democratic party plays on dirty tactics. Demonizing anything and everything they don't agree with, and it shows even here on JT. One frequent poster claims "I HATE REPUBLICANS". How shallow and aggressive.

I can fill this page with facts. Easily proved if you source your news from many sources.

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McDonalds is doing something right too. Their popularity over the years speaks for itself. But I would not present that as proof of fine dining, and, like Fox, a steady diet of it is going to do more harm than good over time. And, yes, scripted. Like pro wrestling and junk food, I know exactly what I'm going to get with Fox -- with no surprises

I'll give you a challenge, prove to me that everything the pundits say is scripted, remember, you are talking to someone who worked in TV, so here is your chance. Seriously, the only one who uses probably a script and OFTEN has a problem (much like Obama) without his teleprompter is Al Shapton I'm really at a loss what Griffin was thinking when he hired that clown.

Most understand that the base of the pyramid will cover the largest amount of whatever -- in this case, viewers. There has to be a lowest common denominator, and it seems very odd that anyone would think a person would feel "jealous" not to be a part of it.

Ok, so now you insulted over 90 million people, that includes a large portion of Democrats including the President and Hilary as well, as always, thank you, Yabits for being the voice of reason.

There's a substantial amount that happens on C-Span aside from Hill proceedings. C-span3 has tremendous American history programs on weekends, and C-Span2 covers books and authors during that time. The in-depth information and quality of it leaves Fox in the dust.

it leaves Fox in the dust.

Not in the ratings, your opinion perhaps.

I last saw Horowitz -- within the past two months -- and the pathetic drivel he whines about

Yawn...back to name calling...again???

All fan reviews, readers who are part of the choir he is preaching to, so that mindless morons can cite those ratings.

Because without it, the networks would cease to exist, it's a ratings driven business industry, all of the major networks, unlike PBS or the BBC that are government funded, the other networks are privately owned and operated. msnbc is barely hanging on, they have a pulse and will always be on life support and at the rate they're going, they might have to be euthanized (which they so proudly support)

Try citing a serious, professional political book reviewer who thinks any of his books are well-written or have anything intelligent to say. I grew up listening to and respecting William F. Buckley, and Horowitz is nowhere near Buckley's league.

Yabits, calm down. You are entitled to cite anyone and like anyone you want. If you don't like Horowitz or Hannity, fine. no one is telling you, but there are millions of people that do, you can't change that and you don't need to worry about it. Everyone has different tastes. A lot of people love Chomsky, I think he's as nutty as Bernie Sanders, but you do have people that worship these guys and that's fine, but I'd rather deal with reality personally.

Early in life, thanks to folks like Buckley, I was able to detect and articulate the fatal flaws in conservative thinking, and a pocket full of money could never induce me to join them on the bottom of the integrity pyramid.

Good for you, but for me, money is everything, because it gives me security. For one thing, I don't have to EVER worry about Obamacare, I will just pay cash. I can give my family the absolute best in life as well as for myself. So if it's a flaw being a conservative and if I'm flawed for having a pocket full of money and it drives progressives nuts, then I know for sure, I did my job well and all that hard work in life, how my parents raised me and always taught us to never take anything from the government paid off and I wear insults like that with a badge of honor.

But as Mark pointed out, The problem that I have with liberals is not the fact that they are liberals, I have many liberal friends, but they are not illogical nut jobs and they usually don't try to insult people. Why is it that liberals always have to insult, look down on conservatives for wanting to have less government and for some, if they believe in God, how is that hurting you? If Atheism is your thing, go for it. The problem is liberals are a very intolerant bunch unless it suits their narrative. They are NOT good at losing, they are NOT good at taking in insults, there is a reason why you don't see too much progressive radio. Liberals believe bigger government is the answer and as we can see over the last 6 years for the US, it doesn't work, never has and never will. Democrats and liberals will never understand this. Yes, their entitlement programs have made many Americans more dependent on government which is a very sad thing, because 20 years ago, the majority of Americans would have never taken anything from the government and many of these same people know it doesn't work, but like a drug addict they keep going back for more. Again, Mark pointed out, the entitlement culture that liberals so happily love and embrace is destroying this country.

Fact- Higher taxes do not work!

Never have and never will.

Fact- Entitlements and municipal employees are paid from, Taxes.

And we keep printing more money and more and more, but I have never seen any liberal complain, much less worry about the rising debt because liberals ONLY care about TAXES.

Fact- Middle class has been shrinking for decades but under this Democrate it has excellerated.

Add to that, the cost of living, less jobs and paying into higher medical premiums up to 200% for some people.

Fact- Minorities are led to believe Democratic party is on their side when reality it is just the opposite!

Have NOT so far, in fact, Blacks and Hispanics have suffered more under this president than any other.

Other than getting OBL the man has nothing else to show over the las 6 years.

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His Obama Care legacy.......flop!

Wasserman Schultz-Hate speech

Reid- No better than Schultz

Pelosi- "you have to pass it to see what's in it" Nutjob

And the likely next Democrat to run for presidency Clinton who says "Businesses and coporations do not make jobs"

These are the ones I want making decisions for my country- When hell freezes over!

Only Fox shows the truth. The other networks hide the flops each make. Certainly a strong agenda pushing American politics from them.

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@Yabits

As the founder and owner of a small and growing company, I can assure people that I do not "make jobs." It is the customers who have money to spend on our product and services who actually make and sustain the jobs.

Is it a need you fill and employ to fill your customer demand = Jobs created? If you didn't fill the nitch, perhaps Mexico would = No jobs.

Consumers have money from jobs to spend on your product and/or services. Workers also pay taxes for those who (entitlement collectors)also may spend money for your services.

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@JT

Once you said, Media Matters, you lost the argument. Even when I was working for NBC as liberal as that network is, they hated MM with a passion, ideologues they have had so many retractions. There is NOT one single conservative working there and if there is, you'd better keep your mouth shut, but as always nice try. LOL too funny.

That Hannity is a liar is clear enough. Not as well known is Hannity is a POS snake oil salesman.

Ok, so you quoted from the most one-sided bias media group even many liberals shun, but what proof do you have that's he's a liar? By the way, he's still making bank, a lot of it.

And its worse that you think.

No, it's worse for HLN and msnbc, which are desperately trying to hold on to the 3rd slot position.

He created a charity to help the family of veterans, named it Freedom Concerts, of course, and gave less than 10% of the take in to those who needed it. Gee, where did the rest go?

Hannity has multiple charities, which I think he doesn't have to share with the public, every cent he gives or doesn't in public or private is NO one else's business but his. But you didn't talk about there was a woman who was fired from Planned Parenthood for speaking to him, she had a child, he helped her with a job and set her up for 3 months paid for her bills, you failed to mention that.

Scum.

As usuals, when liberals can't get what they want or if they can't articulate their frustrations, it's back to name calling.

Anyone here who supports Hannity is scum.

Uhhh, question....what about the people that support Obama, what do we call them? I know!!!! But if I use that word, my post would be deleted by the Mods.

@yabits

Infantile minds need fairly tales with clearly defined "heroes." Many thousands deserve credit for making Apple what it is, including Steve Jobs. That is not putting him down in the slightest, but it is also not over-inflating him. This is another thing that Hannity and the puppet-masters at Fox are very good at: Dumbing things down and creating simple heroes and villains.

Ok, so more socialist collective babbling. I get it, without the customer, you wouldn't have the business. jobs was the brains that brought us these fantastic products and therefore, he should get 98% of the credit. His company, his idea, his money, he was the face of Apple.

@stranger

And you can see him on Fox News - the last bastion of unbiased truthful reporting!

Now you are getting it! Kudos.

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@slumdog

Thanks for the info.

BBC is the largest news broadcaster of the world and the most common household name. Guess you might have a language problem?

That depends on category we are talking about. Look, I already said, their documentaries are very good. What else do you want? I give credit where credit is due.

Faux news would never survive in Japan for the simple reason that there aren't enough morons here to form a decent viewership. Only America can provide numbers like that.

This is what I am talking about when I mention Kool Aid drinkers. I just explained to why FOX is not in Japan. But not even close to the reasons you sited, FOX was doing very well in fact until they were being cheated by SkyperfectTV.

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You explained the brainwashing you were told. I simply pointed out the truth.

I wasn't told anything, it was something I witnessed. I was never brainwashed, that's why I left the peacock network. That's the real truth.

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Sorry, but the fact that you think faux news is quality is proof in and of itself of your brainwashing. Anyone with an ounce of logic can see through their 'news' at a glance.

Well, that's your opinion, but with over 90 million viewers worldwide, therefore they must be doing something right. Tell me, what do you call all those people that voted for Obama?

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Guts and real life experience. Why would you assume money is the highest standard of Human achievement?

Looks pretty shallow to me.

If you don't have money, you can't do anything. I worked hard all my life, I am very successful and I can do the things that people without money can't, travel, pay all my medical bills in cash, buy pretty much anything. Money IS power and I make NO apologies for busting my butt to get it and the people that want to make snide remarks, just shows how jealous they are. And if people like Hannity or me are shallow because of having wealth. Then that I feel is like a badge of honor. Haters will hate.

A university survey last week concluded that Faux News viewers are the least informed on any topic? Well I never!

And which liberal progressive University was it again?

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Just like Faux News!

So being the highest rated cable news network and beating the competition, having more viewers even liberals trust more than the other networks, those are facts that Kool aid drinking liberals hate to stomach. Lol

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@yabits

Please to provide some advance warning before you post something like that again. Now I've got a screen and keyboard to clean up.

I know it's called "truth splatter"

Still trying to figure out where barely-literate "journalists" with an IQ under 100 can "bank" a lot of cash. Fantasyland?

Funny, in the end, when all is said and done, when you have money you have everything. When you have just your wits, you have nothing but pride and that's all that you have to show for it, nothing more. Just ask our smart and intellectual president. LOL

I think Hannity should have served. It would have made a man out of him, perhaps. Now, he is just a whiny wannabe.

Clinton didn't serve. Bias? Noooooo....

Somebody tell him we will have respect for him if he just pays for those Bush wars.

And who will pay for Obama's Afghanistan wars? And once we leave and the Taliban returns (which they will) who will pay for the upheaval that will cause (which it will)...again?

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And just like I stated, "Faux News viewers are the least informed..."

Ok, so NO facts, just more liberal ranting. And the beat goes on....

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Just tell us when, and we'll alert the media.

I don't think you know how.

Well, if liberals automatically believe the world revolves around them, then you are actually saying that you dislike liberals because they are liberals.

No, but in true liberal fashion and typical rhetoric, let's distort the narrative for a moment, shall we?

Oh, the humanity. Actually, liberals tend (not "intend) to believe that the human world should revolve around reason, logic and science.

In other words, if you perhaps believe in God and logic, then it's NOT acceptable, but since MOST Blacks and Hispanics believe God and God to them is logic, are these people loons or do they get a pass because they are and integral voting block for the Democratic base and if so, then basically, you really don't care about these people, because you ONLY care about votes in the end. Nice, real nice. Yes, you're right, logic prevails. Opps, I mean, liberal logic.

The day you look in the mirror and sense that those do not apply to you, you'll be on the way to recovery -- which is what every liberal would hope for.

The problem, there is NO recovery or cure for liberal progressive lunacy. Which is an even greater threat than Ebola

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I guess like Faux News Corpse people who view people only has two types, a sort of "them and us" must have a very limited world view coupled with the philosophy "when you have money you have everything" and the "dollar is God and in God we Trust" shows a real lack of humanity and understandings especially when using the words God and logic in the same sentence followed no doubt by a large cup of tea at the party but really reaches the cup bottom when attempting to compare progressive thinking with Ebola and calling it a greater threat is a sad lack of humanity for its victims.

So what do you call a lack of understanding and respect for people that perhaps embrace religion or are traditionalists, people that want to mind their own business and want and expect the same in return? Why is it that liberals can take the position of "them or us" as in California where people in the greater Los Angeles country complain time after time after time again and yet, they always pick the same liberals that govern with the same liberal policies that fail and then when you look at places like Orange County, conservative, clean, prosperous a 40 minute drive South of Los Angeles is like driving into a completely different world and you can see the difference between the two counties and how liberalism in this sense has completely failed and as long as they keep electing these loons to office, L.A. will never come back to its once prosperous former self and the same goes for San Francisco.

I have never considered myself a liberal, progressive or not and have haven't voted in American elections since I'm not American.

I know, but for someone who's not American, you seem to put a lot of heart and soul into American liberal politics, so in essence defining you as a potential liberal in the American sense if you were here would be a more appropriate description, methinks.

That's the sad state of journalism today, and you seem to take pride in that. Journalism should at least strive to rise above the interests of money. Just look at the effects of money on politics in the US after Citizens United.

Not only in the US, on that I assure you.

It's not OK when the purpose of the network is to promote a hard right agenda and use any trick to achieve that. Fair and balanced, eh?

No, they don't actually, from the Primetime slots, it's all Opinionated news and that's what they get paid for from Greta on to Hannity. Greta is no where near anything conservative, neither is Shep or Colms and when I was there for 2 years, I met a lot of liberals, a lot and some looney, which is a far greater mix than what we had at the peacock. This is the reason why they have both sides come on to debate the issues. MSNBC usually doesn't and CNN tries and the rest of the media...well....let's just say, it's all an echo chamber.

Roger Ailes was chosen to start Fox News because of his work as a political operative, particularly his legacy of making NIxon look better to the public. Remember Nixon?

Yes,and I also remember Obama two peas in the same pod.

Not to mention Ailes' close alliance with scumbag Lee Atwater. Ailes is not interested in 'fair and balanced'.

Of course he is, there is a reason why the network is doing so well. Peter Griffin wishes he could get a 1/3 of that share at least CNN is trying.

He is interested in misleading the public in order to shift discourse to the right. He has succeeded.

Well, actually, that's my former network and the president. Any network that would hire race baiters one after another and sees it that the main and underling issue is race and race for the most part only is clear evidence that the most important thing for the peacock network besides ratings (which they will always have a problem with) is integrity.

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Prissy Sean wants to be considered a patriot, but spent the Vietnam War gazing into the mirror in wonder. What has he done in life but sit there and blab about things he never experienced, actions he never took, spouting his hateful conservative politics. I am still waiting for him to get waterboarded like he promised. Let me do it.

Well, for one, he's got bank, clout and prestige and what do his detractors have?

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As the founder and owner of a small and growing company, I can assure people that I do not "make jobs." It is the customers who have money to spend on our product and services who actually make and sustain the jobs.

If you make that kind of an argument, then you can say, Steve Jobs doesn't really deserve the credit, the prestige and the reputation for making Apple what it is. You agree with Obama when he so infamously said, "you didn't build that?" You believe that?

Truly one of the most moronic statements I've read in these forums. People who work in professional wrestling will deny it follows a script too. I never waste time trying to prove anything to anyone who has a vested interest in remaining clueless.

Yeah, yabits, we heard you, NOW please prove that it's scripted, this should be interesting.... Remember, anyone can shell out insults, but where is the proof?

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@zichi

Emmy's? Are you kidding me?!! You couldn't find a more bias organization, what do you expect? I'm from California, come on. ROFL

As a journalist, you should know how to look objectively at data rather than dismissing it out of hand because you don't like it. If it makes you feel any better, MSNBC viewers rated almost as low as Fox's. So much for your 'liberal progressive university' theory.

Not true when it come to objectivity my former network beat both CNN and FOX hands down at least CNN tries to be objective, they are a lot better, but MSNBC was found to be over 85% of opinionated bias. When I was there we didn't have really any conservatives working at the network and you always had to be quiet and tow the line, that was the main reason as to why I left, management was horrible and the entire idea of fair journalism up to that point became a complete farce for me at the time. At least at FOX they have both liberal, conservatives and independents working at the network.

It has nothing to do with like or not liking something, it just tickles me when I see the hate. After being over close to 20 years in this business, I have seen more than enough slanted partisan biased reporting.

Sean Hannity is a leading figure in the degradation of journalism in America, which has done great harm to constructive political discourse.

Actually, no. Hannity is merely the voice of many conservatives, independents, libertarians that feel that the country is headed in the wrong direction and I intend to agree with that premise.

Hannity's is a 'journalism' of name-calling, to reason, and a simplistic world view that protects the privileges of people like him.

No different from the liberals that name call conservatives on a daily basis and there is more than enough evidence of that, everyday all the time, but when liberals scorn, attack, lie, fabricate stories all day about conservatives her and internationally it is acceptable, if there is in anyway a pushback or conservatives shed some light on liberal hypocrisy it is seen as misinformation, pride in ignorance, antagonism? It's not only astounding, it's hilarious! 98% of the media in print and Television is tilts liberal, always has been and before FOX when I got into this business, there was nothing, NO outlets or anything for conservatives, just every now and then you'd have a conservative on CNN-Crossfire, NBC-Meet the Press and CBS-Face the Nation every now and then.

What people like you don't understand, there are multiple opinions, NOT just liberal. I don't and have never disliked liberals because they ARE liberals, I dislike them, because liberals believe that the world revolves around them and that their opinion is what counts and that's that it. There are opposing views there is nothing wrong with that. Does FOX lean a bit to the right, Yeah, so what? When you have 98% of the media leaning left, it's ok. Hannity is a partisan conservative, he makes NO bones about it, he's always consistent and unlike our president is NOT a flip-flopper, give him credit for that.

Even you and other libs want to insult or hate FOX it's ok, as long as they dominate, keep the viewership and expanding and showing that the news is multifaceted and NOT just a liberal one-sided echo chamber, they will always win and crush the competition and when that happens (probably won't) you can rejoice, but until that day, expect the ratings and the network to dominate.

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Loser, how? Both top rated, O'Reilly number one, if there is any misinformation, please list them prove it or how about going on his show and challenging him.

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