'fox news has a conservative political bias'
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by couch13 on 2005-09-29 04:17:54
He claims to be an independent, but then why does his 1994 voter resistration say republican? Bill owns Fox, and he is a republican. It all adds up.
by jeffro on 2005-12-02 20:27:06
Clear evidence that Fox News has bowed to corporate interests. The question then becomes not whether or not they are conservative, but what type of conservative? Neoconservative would be my guess. The funny part is that at the end, the courts found that it isn't actually illegal to falsify or withhold important news, so Fox News got off. evidence: | http://www.pcdf.org/meadows/mons anto.htm
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by anonymous on 2006-01-21 08:58:50
How is this a point of contention? It was created to combat supposedly predominantly liberal news stations [newyorker.com], memos were photocopied which kind of prove it, [www.independent-media.tv], CEO Roger Ailes has ties to many Republican politicians, GWB's cousin worked there during the 2000 election, and Bill O'Reilly works there. What more needs be said?
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