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  • January 28, 2016

    Ted Cruz is exactly right. 95% of the mainstream media -- as we affectionately refer to as media scum -- are lefties. Not many of us -- with the exception of the media (incl. FOX) -- misinterpreted his comments about New Yorkers. No enigma machine needed. He was referring to the NY-based far left media and the Dem. political trash (DeBlasio, Schumer, Cuomo, Gillibrand, Weiner, Nadler, etc.)

    - John D.
  • January 28, 2016

    The conservatives in the National Review are afraid they are going to lose their funding, so they go after Trump. These conservatives didn't seem to have a problem with Dole, Bush H & W, McCain, Romney. They are a bunch of elite snobs who have lost their way for the sake of control of the conservative narrative.

    - David Chiaramonte

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January 21, 2016

You asked Neil Cavuto and Maria Bartiromo what evidence there is to suggest that Obama wants to "take away our guns?" They responded, essentially, that there is no real such evidence. Really?!? The president's -- and Hillary's -- open praise of the system forced on the Australian people by its government is evidence enough!

- Jack M.
January 13, 2016

Donald Trump and the media are doing America a "huge" favor by discussing Sen. Cruz's birth eligibility during the primary phase. This is the proverbial "elephant in the room" question that Cruz and GOP bigwigs have tried to ignore. Forcing resolution of the birth issue now can prevent post-primary pandemonium for the GOP if Cruz is nominated -- and if he's elected it can avoid a "huge" post-election crisis that makes Bush-Gore of 2000 seem minor....

- Sig Z.
from Independence, MO
January 06, 2016

So breaking "journalism's" alleged cardinal rules of honesty deserves a second chance? What exactly does Williams have to do to get booted - disagree or expose progressives? Foolish acts again lead to credibility problems for the "media" and another excuse for regular people to lie, cheat, and steal (Hello, Bill Clinton?).

- Bill Toutz
from Florida
December 22, 2015

I record and watch your show regularly. However, today I fast forwarded the entire show. I will continue to do this to every Fox program that wastes my time with babble of Trump. The only reason his poll numbers is because we hear almost nothing about what and where the other candidates are.

- Ruth Baker
from Illinois
December 10, 2015

Did you ever notice that in the media nobody ever asks, when the parrots of the political talking points say we need common sense gun laws, that the moderators never ask them to say exactly and very specifically what are these common sense gun laws they want besides the so-called gun show loophole, as sane people have already figured out that's a back door to stop law abiding citizens from selling or trading any gun with anyone?

- Richard Adams
from Michigan
December 01, 2015

Media can be a "conduit of propaganda" as mentioned on your show. It may be about awareness and proportion: Awareness that at times the press should temper news coverage without excessive repetition or unchecked content. How much does the public really "need to know" at a given time? If media merely fills airtime with endless repetition of extreme violent events in the guise of news reporting, the press magnifies the celebrity of perpetrators... and serves as their propaganda vehicle.

- Sig Z.
from Independence, MO
November 25, 2015

Why didn't you say the high negative rating for @RealBenCarson last week was due to a "high tech lynching" by @CNN, @politico?

- ‏@Colonel_Ted
November 20, 2015

When there is an obvious damaging error in reporting by the "mainstream liberal media" we conservatists (sic) blindly blame it simply on "the media", soon to be forgotten. The media is made up of persons, and some author wrote that erroneous article and is personally responsible. When calling the error to the public's attention, why do we not routinely expose that author by name, not just the nameless media?

- Robert M.