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Other radio news sources.
Sorry to be petty but it's starting to really bug me when people say "the network is bias".
It is ... “I am biased” or “I am guilty of bias”.
The main reason I can't stand FOX is the Ann Coulter Bill O'Reilly factor. Ann Coulter is easily the most ignorant/arrogant person I've ever seen speak.
Don't get your information from TV news. TV is so hard to produce they have to predetermine every storyline and interview. It's impossible for them to avoid scripting in the network's political slant too.
It's like when a newspaper puts together a faux debate over something like gun rights. If you have someone who's pro-gun, but with gun control as his argument, and then the other person is against guns altogether, readers will be left seeking the middle ground, i.e. very strict gun control, which still puts them towards the left.
MSNBC for TV, CNN.com and fivethiryeight.com for online, and Barely Political for online videos.
MSNBC doesn't go out of their ways to bash conservatives (they don't bash Pat Buchanan ever, and he's one of the most conservative people out there). It's just that the conservatives are so ridiculous, but you can't help but laugh at them. (not really sure what audience laughs at the Bush jokes...unless your talking about that edited in audience noise on Countdown...which is the only show that goes out of its way to bash Bush).
What are they supposed to do on MSNBC when they get these idiotic conservatives on? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1wSZBTAXRs
Of course, this is the best reason to watch CBS News: http://www.glamour.com/images/news/2...lara_logan.jpg