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  • July 12, 2016

    Howard, WHY do you and most Fox News reporters lump people of color behaving badly in with the entire group of people of color, but do NOT (and rightly so) lump policemen behaving badly with the entire group of policemen? You should NOT label an entire group because of the actions of a few. Also, WHY do you continuously make references to "policemen were protecting the protesters," when it is the police job to protect law-abiding taxpayers and citizens?

    - Robert D.
    from Florida
  • July 12, 2016

    We believe that the media is WORSE than the politicians. The media is responsible for the lost lives of those cops. You guys ran those videos over and over, pushing tensions higher and higher. You guys knew that showing those videos would raise tensions, and you did it anyway! You want to know what we think of the media? We hate the media!

    - Stevae W.
  • July 12, 2016

    I usually find your show to be impartial but on this morning's show having members of the media critique their performance of the coverage of this week's shocking events is laughable. It's akin to having the fox guard the hen house, of course they will say that their performance was good. Perhaps it would be more impartial to ask the public and I suspect that you would find that the public believes that the media has inflamed the situation (including Fox News).

    - A Squirrel Now

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June 23, 2016

It is the job of the media in general, and news organizations specifically to report the facts. We, the public, do not need your interpretation of anything. We can decide for ourselves what these things mean.

- Patrick Core
June 07, 2016

Headline writers are the bottom feeders of journalism. All many people look at are the headlines. Responsible journalists can write a balanced story but the whole thing can be sabotaged by a bad headline. Aren’t there any journalistic ethical principles for headlines?

- Sherry Garner
June 02, 2016

There is no question there is a difference in how the media covers Trump and the protected way they cover Hillary, even when she ignores them. It’s ironic that Trump will attempt to answer any question thrown at him, while Hillary gives the media few opportunities, other than under friendly and controlled situations, to ask real questions. Most seem to be softballs.

- Steve Ciardelli
from Burlington, Vermont
May 24, 2016

Does The Donald's nomination conclusively demonstrate that the media will do ANYTHING for ratings?

- Robert Brookman
from via Twitter
May 17, 2016

You didn't deal today with the real reasons for the backlash with Megyn regarding Donald Trump. The blowback is, as you must know, the hypocrisy and lack of balance at the network. It’s moving away from its core audience to pursue audience growth from center left. Not sure it will work.

- Dave Bonfield
May 10, 2016

If you don't think FOX went on a 24/7 pro Trump tirade, you've been absent for months

- Marion Blair via Twitter
May 03, 2016

There’s something terribly missing in the media from all sources about the Trump Rally’s. They all have a way of blaming or insinuating that Donald J Trump is responsible for all the demonstrations at his rallies, when actually, they should be looking at the ROOT CAUSE of these demonstrations. Someone, some groups, or groups outside the Trump organizations are definitely responsible for these disruptions...

- H Locklear
April 20, 2016

Where were all these people now outraged about the rules when Ron Paul was getting screwed over at the convention? There was only passing media coverage on that. Four years late on the outrage, guys.

- Ryan M.
from Colorado