Whenever you see someone use Fox News as a reference is it safe to assume their info is biased towards the conservative right?
No I think they are actually using the correct info
Hush. Don't want to start a riot at night.
Same with libs & msnbc, cnn, or cbs
CNN is more independent. They rag on Obama a lot.
Actually if you wanted a unbiased TV source CNN is probably the way to go. They air around the world.
I read the guardian more often than I actually watch the news. But there's an app called flipboard where you build your own digital newspaper by choosing what outlets stream into your feed.
Choose a few outlets with different biases & it paints a fuller picture
Except for Salon. It's one of the defaults & I haven't figured out how to block them in the top stories feed. They're so biased it's like reading the onion, but they're serious.
It's not an ideal source, but it's a reputable one.
Sure, if the reputation you're looking for is "provably produces the least informed consumers of television news media in the country."
Again like I said it's not an ideal source, but if they report something objective it's probably true
I'm explaining this poorly, but what I mean is that while Fox is a biased news station if they send an objective notification like 'EU spacecraft lands on comet' I can be pretty confident that it's actually true.
Well yes, that is paraphrasing what he said. While many on Fox News do believe that Obama was not born in this country I don't see any bias by simply stating what this Sheriff is reporting. They also include statements by the Arizona Democratic Party
and mention that "Hawaii officials have repeatedly confirmed Obama's citizenship... Courts have rebuffed lawsuits over the issue."
This is not to say that there have never been biased articles masquerading as news on Fox, but I think as long as you
read it instead of watch it and stay away from the opinion pieces then it is an acceptable news source.
Depends on the content of the statement. Lol
No. They are severly biased, but, no. That's a logo al fallacy.
However, with that being said, this situation is usually resolved after looking up facts on the issue because they are often wrong and/or misleading.
Not at all. Sometimes they're referencing the idiocy. And on very rare occasions, sometimes Fox is actually reporting something accurately.
It's been seen 3 times since 1973
If someone uses God as a reference is it safe to say they're a Christian?
Yeah I thought about that afterwards. :/ I think I was thinking of Jesus but then that still doesn't work. Bad example :P
Lol that made me laugh