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June 22, 2013
The business model of Fox Nation — of all of Fox News, really — is to encourage this sort of paranoid ignorance. The business model is to make people crazy and stupid, because it builds viewer loyalty and fuels outrage toward the Democratic Party.

No More Mister Nice Blog (via azspot)

it’s worth noting that Fox News as a journalistic entity does employ countless professional, first-rate journalists and reporters. That can get too easily get lost in the bombastic partisanship and presentation of its cable news side. Fox Nation, on the other hand… we’re not quite sure which adjective to use, so we’ll just remind everyone of this old classic.

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17:14 // 1 year ago
December 24, 2012
10:43 // 1 year ago
September 29, 2012
reallyfoxnews:

Classy.

The folks over at Fox Nation have always  known how to stay on message.

reallyfoxnews:

Classy.

The folks over at Fox Nation have always known how to stay on message.

20:43 // 2 years ago
May 9, 2012
And here’s how Fox Nation interpreted the President’s interview. If you do click-through, do yourself a favor by avoiding the comments section. (EDIT: They eventually switched the headline. Thanks TDW.)

And here’s how Fox Nation interpreted the President’s interview. If you do click-through, do yourself a favor by avoiding the comments section. (EDIT: They eventually switched the headline. Thanks TDW.)

15:54 // 2 years ago
February 14, 2011

FoxNation.com thinks they may have video proof of apocalypse

  • journalism? “The Fox Nation is committed to the core principles of tolerance, open debate, civil discourse, and fair and balanced coverage of the news,” says the mission statement at FoxNation.com, an online arm of the Fox News Channel.
  • nope! “Is this the Fourth Horseman of the Apocalypse?” So asks Clayton Morris, a Fox News weekend anchor, whose ludicrous claim of end-times evidence was then reblogged by FoxNation.com. (big hat tip to Mediaite on this). source

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14:23 // 3 years ago