Guest Blogged by Judy
Remember the movie Supersize Me? Director Morgan Spurlock decides to subject himself to a full month of eating nothing but fast food from McDonaldâs just to see what happens to him. Reviewers called the resulting effects âfascinating and nauseating.âContinue reading >>
Review by Judy Daubenmier
Newsweek magazine called it a âdocu-tribe.â Fox News calls it âbrilliantâ and âup-lifting.â
Who is right?
Now that most of the nation knows that MSNBC has gotten rid of Don Imus for his racist and sexist remarks about the Rutgers University basketball team, it's time to get down to the next order of business -- finding a replacement for Imus on the cable news channel. My schedule is full or I'd volunteer to fill in myself. Luckily, I know someone else who would be perfect -- the Young Turk.Continue reading >>
Fox News did not wait long after inking its agreement on 2008 presidential debates with the Congressional Black Caucus to go back to slamming Sen. Barack Obama. One of the news channel's so-called "business shows" distorted the Democratic presidential hopeful's comments on the role of the government in the economy. With video.Continue reading >>
A Fox News business show worked hard Saturday (March 31, 2007) to drum up support for war against Iran, using the public relations technique of putting a "black hat" on its leader. Some panelists on "Bulls and Bears" disagreed with the premise of the segment, but Fox News resorted to its usual bag of tricks to keep its message dominant. With video.Continue reading >>