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Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.), Senate Appropriations Committee; Dr. Jane Goodall; Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney; panel discussion with Karl Rove, Peter Baker (...


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Good vs Evil
12 October 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It all boils down to the Right vs the Left; to the, what I label, Demon-crats vs Rip-the-public-ans; to conservative vs liberal; to the history of the the world of differing views, beginning in the garden of Eden.

If you want an easy example of how Fox News Sunday is despised, go to TV Guide Listings on the web and choose the Sunday, 9am listing. A year ago, I noticed that TV Guide exposed its liberal bent and hatred of Fox News Sunday every week. On their page, they deliberately place a small red box logo labeled NEW next to the morning news shows of ABC, CBS, etc., BUT in a deliberate omission, they always leave out the NEW label for Fox News Sunday, which, obviously, is always a NEW news show, exactly like the liberal networks who always get the NEW logo.

This omission shows how very desperate and illogical liberals are against a network that is truly independent and, against the denials by the liberals, is the most watched news network. Though no network could ever be perfect, as no movie could, I find it more informative than the liberal networks that often ignore news unfavorable to Demon-crats and skews statistics. I do watch both liberal and conservative, but the latter intellectually stimulates and satisfies more.


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