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  • 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 25, 2015

    On today's show, you showed the favorable/unfavorable ratings based on mentions the media gave the GOP candidates in the past few days re: immigrants/refugees. I would like to have seen the same data for the Democrats, in the same discussion block. After all, y'all at Fox are "fair and balanced."

    - Jack P.
  • November 25, 2015

    Why are we constantly being subjected to all the videos of ISIS on their victory laps, flags waving, gun savings, smiling. These are propaganda videos! All we see of the West is people running away, cowering, hiding. No wonder young boys are attracted to this.

    - Diane F.

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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.
November 10, 2015

While I agree running for the most important post in the US, if not the world, candidates should be heavily scrutinized... but fairly. I don't see a lot of scrutiny of Trump. Having been in the real estate business, developers have a lot of skeletons in the closets. I am amazed media is not having a field day looking through his history. But I guess rating is more important than scrutiny.

- Glenn
October 27, 2015

During today's show you alluded to what you thought was the reason so many pundits have missed the boat this election cycle as an "Echo Chamber." In many of my emails to you, I referred to this as "Cut and Paste" pundits. What I mean by that is many of the pundits listen to the other pundits, journalists etc. and then cut parts of their oratory and paste them as their own. Just saying.

- David H
October 09, 2015

Trevor Noah will relate to America like Piers Morgan. It is like when you call support and you talk to an Indian. They do not catch any innuendos of the common experiences we as Americans share and the discussion gets a bit robotic. Much of the conversation will go well over Trevor’s head...

- Joe B.
October 02, 2015

Watching your panel discussion about resignation of House Speaker shows why conservatives distrust the media "elites." One if your panelists, Kathleen Parker, described the conservative bloc in the house as having a goal of just being "obstructionists." That's a perfect example of the media bias. What most of us view as standing on principle the media paints as obstructionists.

- Tony M.
September 23, 2015

Why is Joe Biden, who hasn't declared that he's running, always included in the poll results? That is seemingly is diluting the results for the others that are in the race. I realize Fox News isn't responsible for most of the polls, but it would be great if you'd address this topic on your show.

- Mavis Smith
September 15, 2015

I noticed something about the headlines at the bottom of the screen on your show. They included things like "Trump's" (not "Donald's") comment about "Carly's" face (not "Fiorina's"), "Hillary's" (not "Clinton's") apology on ABC, "Carson's" (not "Ben's") comments about "Trump" (not "Donald") and "Biden's" (not "Joe's") conversation with "Colbert" (not "Stephen"). Can you explain why the women are consistently referred to by their first names and the men are consistently referred to by their last names?

- Carol K.
September 01, 2015

Would you explain the differences among journalists, columnist, reporter, blogger, etc. Of course we know activist and editorialists.

- Cathleen Morris