Mike Huckabee's defense of the Duggars hit an absurd level of hypocrisy when he claimed that Josh Duggar's confession doesn't really count during an appearance on Fox News.
Friday Fox Follies shares something with Fox "News" this week. Many battles to fight, not enough time.
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!
After the New York Times released an article Monday morning regarding the ongoing Hillary Clinton personal email 'scandal,' both Media Matters and Fox News went after the paper and the piece's author for relying solely on anonymous sources and not having actually read any of the emails.
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.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released February's jobs numbers on Friday showing that the unemployment rate ticked down to 5.5%, the lowest rate the country has seen since May 2008, months before the financial crisis that rocked the American economy and led to huge job losses.
During Wednesday night's broadcast of The Daily Show, host Jon Stewart lit into longtime nemesis Fox News for waging a "chronically angry war for ideological purity."
A PPP poll found that 57 percent of Republicans want to dismantle the Constitution and establish Christianity as the national religion
In an interview with the New York Times Monday evening, Fox News host Bill O'Reilly personally threatened a reporter over the paper's coverage of the controversy surrounding O'Reilly's claims that he was in a war zone when he covered protests in Buenos Aires in 1982.
Yet another of Bill O'Reilly's former colleagues from CBS News disputes his active war zone claims. Even back then, his colleagues thought he was "grandstanding" and called his description of his reporting "absurd."
During the Friday night broadcast of The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly responded to a Mother Jones story showing he embellished his war coverage as a reporter by throwing out personal insults and accusing the magazine and others of being "far left zealots."
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.
During Monday night's broadcast of The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly got bent out of shape over the amount of praise Jon Stewart has received from national media figures since The Daily Show host announced he is departing at the end of the year.
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.
Williams offends the proud tradition and moral demands of true journalism and, in particular, the memories of those who braved various war fronts around the world, sacrificing their lives in the process.