Because without America, there is no free world
To Pontius Pilate who didn’t know what truth was and to those who can’t handle the truth, there is always CNN, and MSNBC, and The New York Times, the Washington Post, ABC, NBC, and CBS, and Fox, and…
By Ray DiLorenzo ——Bio and Archives—May 6, 2023
“A nation that is afraid to let its people judge the truth and falsehood in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people.” ~ John F. Kennedy
Freedom of the press is dead or dang close. It does twitch every now and then, but it hasn’t shown much evidence of life for decades both here in America and certainly in many other Western nations. The sidelining of Tucker Carlson from Fox is certainly the latest pile of dirt on the coffin.
It may only seem like a free press because few people in the news media are actually complaining. There was a time when any assault on journalism met with rebellion. No much of that anymore. In fact, complaints are now met with nasty diatribes from the vast Leftist media warning of the threat to democracy. They don’t even see the irony in that.
Fox has paid, and continues to pay, dearly for their sins and mismanagement
Part of the problem could be the desire to protect their high priced rice bowls, rather than truth. Just sayin’.
Fox has paid, and continues to pay, dearly for their sins and mismanagement. Fox lost, within hours of Tucker Carlson’s departure, almost a billion dollars in stock value. They have since regained only a portion.
The late Roger Ailes, former CEO of Fox News, would never have permitted such a decision as canceling the most popular show on cable, as well as the determination to not show Tucker’s new documentary ‘Canadian Tyranny.’ Knowing people who worked for Roger, he would have told Rupert Murdoch to go back to his office and count his money. Dirty Harry always said, “A man’s got to know his limitations.” Rupert does not and neither do his sons.