Thursday December 18, 2014
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The following was taken from a paper in Mesa where people sound off.
Fox News, lies, Florida, 2003. You can read aout the landmark decision that has changed broadcast journaling forever. Fox News fired a journalist who refused to broadcast a story that was false. She sued Fox, lost the case, appealed it and had Walter Cronkite, Ralph Nader and some other people testify on her behalf on the importance of truthful newscasting. Fox News' attorneys argued Freedom of Speech, and here's the real catch: News doesn't have to be true because it's just a form of entertainment.
Now do you really believe that?
My opinion. news isn't news like it was years ago. It is joking between the newscasters, repeating the same 'news' stories for days on end and injecting thier opinions not facts.
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