O’Reilly’s ‘Investigation’ Into NYC Homeless Is A Disgraceful Hit Job On The Poor And Mayor de Blasio
The O’Reilly Factor’s Jesse Watters aired an “investigation” into homeless people in New York City’s Penn Station. It was so biased and unprofessional that those high school students who tore up Watters’ report on Vermont would have had a field day eviscerating the journalistic “ethics” in this one.Read more
Two Fox News hosts think Donald Trump’s outburst against Mexican immigrants and his retaliatory lawsuit against Univision make him all the more presidential!Read more
Megyn Kelly helped validate the anti-Hispanic attacks of both Donald Trump and Ann Coulter by hosting Coulter to "balance" Geraldo Rivera’s argument on behalf of immigrants.Read more
Fox News’ Todd Starnes took to Facebook to post some over-the-top fear mongering about the Supreme Court ruling that gays have the right to marry.Read more
Bill O'Reilly Rants Against Gay Marriage And ObamaCare Rulings: The Uber-Left 'Hell Bent On Crushing Traditional Beliefs!'
Bill O'Reilly thinks the Supreme Court rulings in favor of ObamaCare and gay marriage mean we're all doomed! Well, unless you vote Republican.Read more
On the Cavuto on Business show, most of the talking heads defended their own climate denying by attacking EPA Secretary Gina McCarthy for saying that “normal human beings” accept the science of climate change.Read more
Megyn Kelly cited – wait for it – Ann Coulter as a reason we should all think that Donald Trump may be right about those bad, terrible Mexicans coming over the border. But Kelly cut off and then brushed aside Geraldo Rivera as he cited statistics showing otherwise.Read more
Fox News' tweet fear mongering about gay marriage is worth a thousand minutes of Fox News programming.Read more
In addition to being subjected to the slings and arrows of outrageous liberalism, official Fox priest Fr. Jonathan Morris now has to put up with gay body fluids. Has the sweet, little Fox priest handed his Fox paymasters another example of Christian victimization at the hands of the nefarious gay agenda?
We didn’t get a chance to write about this but a Fox & Friends stunt of throwing an axe on a New York City street “raised the bar for just how bad they are,” as Comedy Central’s Larry Wilmore put it.Read more