During a week when both Tea Party darling Marco Rubio and Fox "News" nemesis Hillary "Benghazi" Clinton announced they are running to be the next President of the United States, it's instructive to contrast the stark difference in how the two candidates are covered on the Fox "News" Channel.
As FFF is fond of pointing out, ratings is not truth. It's ironic that Ailes compares Fox "News" to 2 fictional channels and a sports network, the models of which Fox resembles far more than a "News" channel.
When MSNBC does not advertise that it is giving air time to members of an infamous hate group, it's time for viewers to reconsider their network
According to a recent headline, Fox News is the most watched cable news channel - for the 159th month in a row, which makes 13 years, 3 months of ratings dominence. Cue the balloon drop and confetti cannons. Whoop-dee-doo!
Last week Tucker Carlson proved he isn't a real journalist (which may be why he's on Fox). This week he proved he's running a frat house, a topic in the news lately for systemic sexism, not to mention racism.
This week's Friday Fox Follies takes on Tucker Carlson's refusal to allow anyone who works for him to criticize Fox News.
There's nothing Fox "News" likes better than to Whitesplain race relations, especially when telling Black folk about the Black experience. The dog whistles go from barely discernible to loud and clear.
Friday Fox Follies highlights Bill O'Reilly's continued issues with the truth, Andrea Tantaros accusing the White House of being anti-Semitic and Fox's hypocritical Ferguson coverage.
There's nothing Friday Fox Follies likes least than to repeat a topic from last week because new jokes are hard to find. No matter. When Bill O'Reilly Goes Ballistic On Eric Engberg, David Corn, Calls Bob Schieffer A 'Plagiarist' this reporter must follow the truth, no matter where it goes.
When Friday Fox Follies went to press last week, Brian Williams' spectacular crash to earth still echoed in Halls of Mediazuma. Many wags (this one included) noticed the condemnation was loudest (shrillest?) at the Fox "News" Channel, which did not hold itself to the same high standards.
The big news this week was about fake newsmen Brian Williams and Jon Stewart and -- wouldn't you know it -- Fox "News" had fingerprints at both scenes of the crime.
This past week on Fox, we saw fake apologies, complete flip-flops on how the network views terrorist propaganda, anger over movie heroines and quasi-racist country songs.
For the umpteenth year in a row, Fox News more wrong than ever: New Politifact review finds pundits spewing mostly lies.
Now we now know for certain what station Bobby "The Party of Stupid" Jindal watches. Jindal's repeating of Fox's debunked "no-go zones" myth is a perfect example of how crap spewed on Fox is repeated at dinner tables across this entirely too-credulous country.
While you were sleeping Fox News and Dish Network Have Reached a Deal. This truce came after Fox News goes full Fox News in its contract dispute with Dish Network promoting The New Big Fat Lie By Fox News: 'DISH Is Censoring Us!'.
Early in the week Friday Fox Follies crafted a touching remembrance after Mike Huckabee Quits Fox News to Explore 2016 Run. However, BREAKING NEWS put the kibosh on that.
As 2014 ended two stories on Fox & Friends demonstrate why Fox "News" is not ready to eat at the adult table during holidays. That's when fill-in hosts give lifers time off for time served.
Fox "News" has been slowly sliding into bat-guano-crazy territory ever since protests erupted following Michael Brown's killing in Ferguson on August 9, 2014. After more incidents of Cops Gone Wild, more people took to the streets. Fox "News" pushed back harder.
Friday Fox Follies examines The Colbert Report's goodbye, Bill O'Reilly declaring victory in the War on Christmas and Megyn Kelly's awkward encounter with President Obama.
Since hitting the cable dial in 1996, Fox "News" Channel values have been on full display: Anti-truth chief among them. Even when caught in flat-out lies, Fox "News" rarely issues apologies.