Add to EJ Playlist The typical format of Fox News' business block is a conservative moderator selling conservative talking points to a panel of 3 conservatives and 1 token liberal. For this format to work the liberal needs to realize he's a useful idiot to be a target of abuse and mockery. Anything more than a token resistance is a violation of their contract.
Add to EJ Playlist Everyone is shocked that Sarah Palin was tapped as a paid Fox News contributor. Shocked why it took right-wing Fox News so long to snatch up the darling of the Tea Party movement. Hypocrisy pours from the screen as Sarah coos about adding to Fox News' "fairness and balance" as she boasts of her conservative credentials. Not to be beat, O'Reilly whines liberals smear Palin while he name calls in the same breath.
Add to EJ Playlist Harry Reid made a boneheaded racial remark regarding President Obama. Ann Coulter pounces. The Reverend Al Sharpton defends. It's a partisan slugfest and, surprisingly, Ann ends up looking like a fool. Tabloid trash specialist and the only host remotely liberal on Fox News moderates.
Add to EJ Playlist This is me toying with a new closing sequence for Eyes On Fox videos. I just happened to be playing with new video capture hardware and randomly grabbed a Fox News Watch panelist repeatedly gripe about the extreme right-wing bias of the program. Too hilarious. This my favorite exchange but he challenged their spin at teast 3 separate times during the broadcast.
Add to EJ Playlist Fox News Watch is typical programming for the partisan right-wing network. Hypocritically smearing the competition as partisans while ignoring the fact that they are the most biased cable news organ in America. Here Fox News Watch beats the drum that the liberal media is in the tank for the Democrats on health care while ignoring shows like their own Fox & Friends has done everything in their power to kill any reform except for Republican proposals.
Add to EJ Playlist I haven't posted any Fox News videos in a long time. With the New Year here I decided to poke around the video clips on their web site to see if they've cooled their right-wing jets. Not really. This is an extended and high definition version of a video I earlier uploaded. Take a look.
Add to EJ Playlist I haven't posted a Fox News video in a long time. With the New Year here I decided to poke around the video clips on their web site to see if they've cooled their right-wing jets. Not really. Take a look.
Add to EJ Playlist Bill O'Reilly's March 23, 2009 show was a full court press to toss President Obama under the bus before he's even near the end of his first 100 days. This is a stark contrast to the treatment the right-wing pundit offered President Bush as he apologized for his ass-kissing by claiming he was protecting the hallowed office of the presidency.
Add to EJ Playlist Without mentioning Fox News' pro-surge propaganda piece "Victory or Retreat: The Surge and Politics" Anderson Cooper points all of the things the Foxies forgot to mention. Wonder why?
Add to EJ Playlist Bill O'Reilly's at it again. Uncovering a liberal conspiracy featuring favorite chew toy, George Soros, who he supposes is John Edwards' puppetmaster.
[Note this is a repost with clean audio for posting on the EyesOnFox website.]
Add to EJ Playlist Bill O'Reilly distorts the heck out of the effectiveness of President Bush's surge strategy. He twists the facts so badly I understand even conservative pundit Scarboro howled in protest.
Add to EJ Playlist It's strange. Even where I agree with Bill's opinion here his excessive Bush-hugging, right-wing spin troubles me. Unlike Bill, I lean heavily on the side of civil rights over totalitarian...