This week Friday Fox Follies exposes the 2 biggest lies told on Fox, interesting internal internecine insurgencies, and the usual hypocrisy.
With 4 days before the election, Fox falls for poorly-sourced FBI leaks, elevates Tucker Carlson, and becomes fodder for Megyn Kelly's book.
As Megyn Kelly garners headlines for her feminism or lack thereof, Rupert Murdoch seems desperate to keep her.
Finding the funniest things on Fox "News" in any given week is the top challenge for Friday Fox Follies. That and not using 20,000 words.
Just when Fox "News" thought its chosen candidate actually had a shot, poor vetting has Trump turning into an unelectable dirty joke.
The Fox "News" Channel was under no obligation to confirm that it is racist to the bone during its 20th Anniversary week, but it did.
Donald Trump has no better friends on Fox than his Foxy Friends, unless you count Bill O’Reilly. Or Sean Hannity.
The biggest Folly this week (even though it happened last week and Fox has been trying to ignore it ever since) is when Donald Trump dropped his quixotic Birther conspiracy. While Fox “News” was the Birther midwife, it was ex-CEO Roger Ailes that knocked her up.
Donald Trump took heat for alleging a conspiracy by the Flint pastor who shut him down, but Fair & Balanced Fox & Friends put him up to it.
Hell officially froze over when Fox issued an unprecedented apology for having treated Carlson like garbage.
The steady drip, drip,drip of the Roger Ailes sexual harassment scandal is now a flood as Andrea Tantaros drops the juiciest lawsuit yet.
A non-apology from Donald Trump, more hilarity from Hannity, and another look inside the Fox "News" boardroom, rounds out this week's FFF.
If the Fox "News" defense of Donald Trump's gaffes doesn't work, they are already helping him blame his loss on the mythical voter fraud.
The new Fox "News" sans Roger Ailes looks and sounds very much like the sly old Fox. However, some Fox folks no longer talk to each other.
The meat puppets at Fox News are breathlessly fomenting anger and resentment at Islam, President Obama, and Gretchen Carlson
Was Donald Trump's meltdown at the press just a tactic to avoid bad Trump University news? It sure changed the topic in a hurry. Read on...
"Bill O'Reilly: Cuckold" is a strange chapter in Loofah Lad's sex life. The Falafel King must admire King Henry VIII by now. Read on . . .
The highest ratings — and therefore the biggest lies — on the Fox “News” Channel belong to that of Bill O’Reilly
Worst! Cliffhanger!! Ever!!! Trump signs onto Megyn Kelly's prime time special. Will she hold his feet to the fire? Don't make Follies laugh
Fair & Balanced??? No matter the topic, free-thinkers know that Fox “News” will take a side -- just as they know it will be the wrong side.