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Show Of Hands August 31st, 2012 12:00am

Do you have any news sources that you believe provide truly impartial election coverage?

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tmeesseman South Carolina
09/07/12 9:39 pm

All major news network are interested on one thing: ratings.

litchity
09/07/12 8:34 am

For mainstream news sources, BBC and Al Jazeera are as close as it gets to unbiased information IMO.

kiddeko New Mexico
09/06/12 11:26 pm

@ziplock

Faux isn't even pronounced Fox. It's more like fough.

cameronles
09/05/12 10:30 am

Infowars.com and drudgereport.com

KaRn8
09/04/12 3:59 pm

They're all terrible! The sad part is, the majority of people know they are watching fodder for the brain but still continue watching. If you want to see journalism change positively, stop watching those fast-food cable news channels. They make their money on ads.The more u watch the more they make!

ThornyBadge
09/04/12 12:31 pm

Msnbc is worse than fox. Just saying.

FakeSound Arizona
09/03/12 10:20 pm

@JamJay
Wow. I really, REALLY hope you're trolling.

I always thought Fox News being unabashedly biased was common knowledge. Welp, apparently not in Georgia... I shouldn't have expected much from there anyway I guess.

jamjay Atlanta, Ga
09/03/12 10:13 pm

The only news source I trust is FOX.
However, I do tune into MSNBC from time to time - just for the entertainment value.


09/03/12 7:59 pm

Aljazeera is my baby daddy

Imprinted
09/03/12 6:48 pm

lmao at people sayin FOX... not sayin cnn is any better but come on.....


09/03/12 4:37 pm

Fox news balanced?! The claim "fair and balanced" by oreily is barely enough to qualify it as impartial lol

I know this because my grandparents would have it on all day and i would watch it. Not impartial

phoenixfire108
09/03/12 10:41 am

NBC seems to be biased towards democrats.


09/03/12 8:58 am

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L1B3RTAR1AN Virginia
09/03/12 6:52 am

Like infowars, Adam kosek, and RT news

L1B3RTAR1AN Virginia
09/03/12 6:51 am

Yeah it's called independent news online.

argenyle
09/02/12 2:07 pm

nvr2L8, you're a moron if you can't see through the catchphrase bullshit of FOX. It's an advertising technique. "I'm lovin' it"? "Obey your thirst"? These things are devised to be driven into your brain to force associations. It's the main principle of brand advertisement.

Ilovedutch
09/02/12 10:39 am

Fox is certainly more conservative than other networks, but they bring Dems onto their shows and show respect for everyone. They're not completely unbiased, but they're reliable.

jms in the middle of Nowhere
09/02/12 9:18 am

dpcem- I sincerely hope you are being sarcastic about the Huffington post.

david00127 Ohio
09/02/12 8:37 am

There is no such thing as being truly impartial. Everyone has bias, but some have more than others.

tvg Worcester, MA
09/02/12 7:29 am

The person's comment below mine is hilarious.

graciebug Kentucky
09/02/12 4:17 am

Fox. Not all shows on fox (hannity) . Most are pretty impartial on that network. Does anyone even watch msnbc or network news anymore?

commonsense America isnt racist
09/02/12 3:25 am

I like fox cable news. Megan Kelly is clearly one of the smartest anchors there is in news today. She has guests from both sides. Fox is really the only news network that has unbiased discussions with each party.

bop
09/01/12 11:37 pm

I would challenge fox supporters to a battle of wits, but I see that they are unarmed...

rpanuli Tahoe
09/01/12 11:06 pm

Does no one watch the PBS Newshour? They're about as impartial as they come. Just look at PBS's RNC coverage. They streamed all of it live online! And I bet they do the same next week at the DNC.

FrankZappa New York
09/01/12 10:35 pm

C-SPAN!!!!
I suggest Washington Journal, 7-10am, or on line. Hear opinions that matter, ours (they take calls, emails and tweets). The C-SPAN video library is a national treasure.

jynxBJJ
09/01/12 10:34 pm

No one thinks the news they think is fair is biased...but it is. Especially the MSM.

bop
09/01/12 10:22 pm

And if you didn't catch the sarcasm there, youre a very right leaning person

bop
09/01/12 10:21 pm

Well fox news is pretty balanced

dpcemkerww Nevada
09/01/12 9:16 pm

The most Impartial of them all... (the HUfftington Post)

spoonrock North Carolina
09/01/12 9:06 pm

Jon Stewart and Stephan Colbert baby! All news all the time, well like an hour out of the day... But you get the point.

I'm not being sarcastic by the way.

tsk California
09/01/12 7:24 pm

Sourcefed/sxephil is too childish. Hit up The Mclaughing Group for some real talk (or arguing) between Dems/Repubs.

Lumineer
09/01/12 7:05 pm

Glyiker, woo! Gotta love Phillip Defranco and Sourcefed!

trock30000
09/01/12 7:01 pm

Google sourcefed or Philip defranco they always report both sides

tsk California
09/01/12 6:52 pm

But I would recommend The Mclaughlin Group on Fridays @ 7:30pm on PBS.

kytoaltoky
09/01/12 6:51 pm

MSNBC is clearly biased, but Fox News is pathetically biased. The preferential treatment Democrats receive on MSNBC is nothing compared to the bold-faced lies told daily on Fox! And CNN is mostly crap. For true openly-liberal bias, watch Current TV. MSNBC is moderate corporatism at best.