A member of the Corporate News Media consortium, which includes the BBC, CNN (Blatantly named, "Corporate News Network"), ABC, (MS)NBC, CTV (Canada), Sky Networks, and others, especially subordinates of News Corp of which Fox is a part. Fox News uses the motto, "Fair & Balanced", when the constant barrage of editorial segments broadcast each day prove the network to be anything but.
The New York arm of Fox News is the most infamous, featuring such figures as Bill O'Reilly & Sean Hannity in the evenings, Don Imus, Megyn Kelly in the "objective news part of the day", Eric Bolling (former Oil Industry stock broker) on the newly instated program 'The Five', and even a petulant child in the body of a man named Neil Cavuto, the latter of whom is a top executive in the network and an obnoxious voice against any economic policy that could restore North America's domestic economic strength.
is one of the commentators on the program. While he used to be a journalist in his younger days, and had a tabloid news program on CBS, his entire stint at Fox News has been nothing but a giant insult to journalism today.Ratings
is one of the only defenses Fox News can rely on when other media figures, regardless of their scope in the global media emporium, call them out on their deceptive tactics.
A piece of crap
"news" program that is overly Republican. Only stupid
people watch it.
"Thank you for watching Glenn Beck on Fox News. A report says Barack Obama is not born in this country."
A news channel for Republicans to get a hard on.
Fox News: We Report, Bill OReilly Decides.
An unfair source of crap that claims all other stations are liberal just because they actually tell the truth, and appartently, the truth is liberal. Faux News
is to journalism as George Bush is to sober.
Person 1: Hey did you watch Fox News last night?
Person 2: No, I didn't, I think for myself.
the voice of evil. Right wing propagandist, george bush mind slaves, pure evil
fox news needs to die
Verb. The act (specifically done in debate) of taking someones words and twisting them into something both totally unrelated and utterly offensive in an attempt to detract attention from how wrong the fox newser may be. Comparable to a red herring, Fox Newsing is different in that it usually makes even less sense than a typical red herring. Typically used as a last resort in a disagreement, fow newsing too often can also lead to a warped sense of reality, wherein the fox newser see's the world however they see fit, or, more commonly however any number of pundits tells them they should.
a. "I think it is wrong that children in third world countries starve to death by the thousands, while children in America are obese."
b. "Oh, so you're a communist then. Fascism doesnt work, alright? Not everything hates America!"
a. "That's not at all what I said, in the slightest. Don't fox news me."
b. "Shut up!"
Supposedly news, but in reality controlled by the Republican party. Sprouts random bullshit, inaccurate news when it actually reports news, and is full of biased, crying idiots. Also known to attack videogames for no apparent reason. However, provides great source of material for real news casters such as Jon Stewart.
When i wanted to know the news, i said "Fuck you" to Fox News and watched the Daily Show instead