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@snakeweasel said: I would say it's easy to tell what is being reported as news and what is a commentary.
For some but not all. I would guess that many Fox viewers think O'Reilly and Hannity are reporting the news - not their opinion.
@snakeweasel said: Remember they are trying to full 24 hours of programing. Covering news stories can only take you so far before you repeat yourself to death.
Oh I realize that. Ever since CNN created the genre, it's been difficult to fill 24 hours with just news.
What I don't like about Fox is that they advertise "Fair and Balanced" but don't bother to let anyone know what 40% of their programming it applies to.
@driver100 said: There are 81 choices for ACA 81 meanings for ACA Which one are you referring to - not American Chiropractic Association or American Canine Assoc I assume?
The Affordable Care Act of course - it's the one issue that Fox bases about 20 hours of daily programming on.
Nope - no bitcoins for me. Fake currency with wild fluctuations and ability to go poof is not where I'd put my money.
What a horrible article. I especially liked the last paragraph that Marchionne was so hell bent on getting rid of the UAW part owners that he spent $4+ billion to buy them out. IIRC, he spent the money because the UAW was thinking IPO. Someone like Kirk Kekorian could have come in and been an even bigger PITA to Marchionne.