This blog,originally founded by Blogger, who is listed in Marquis Who's Who and is a recipient of the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award. He holds a theological degree and a doctorate in Counseling Psychology. Taught Psychology for 32 years and is now Professor Emeritus. Is a board-certified psychologist and was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award in his profession. Ministered as a chaplain, and pastored Baptist and Episcopal churches. Publications cover the integration of psychology and theology. Served in the Army, the Merchant Marines and the Peace Corps.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Bye Bye Liberal Media

Posted by Sarkazein

FOXNEWS 3,390,000
CNN 1,070,000

FOXNEWS BECK 2,740,000
FOXNEWS SHEP 2,185,000
CNNHN GRACE 1,336,000
CNN KING 1,292,000
MSNBC MADDOW 1,149,000
CNN COOPER 1,021,000


Liberal POV said...


Fox News is about rating and sensationalism not journaism.

I hope the are entertaining you well.

MTV or the comedy channal has better journalism than Fox and they're entertainment channels.

Wolf's Head said...

Nice to see that the people are wanting real, unbiased news. The horrible example of the CNN Bitch shows how bigoted the leftist media really is.

It also shows how Americans want real information instead of having everything "dumbed down" for leftist audiences.

Beck's program last Friday was basically a history lesson of 20th century Progressivism and Herbert Hoover and he had 700,000 more people watching than the other leftist news programs in his time slot combined!

Any allegation of Fox being a "right wing" tool is belied by their having the leftist idiots Juan Williams and Alan Coombs on as commentators.

It is really hard to be that tolerant and fair.

guy faulkes said...

The question in my mind is if the liberal media is going to survive, or is it going the way of Air America. I hope it does. Their biased negativity helps make our point in a way that positive reporting has a difficult time in doing.

The segment by the rude CNN reporter is a case in point. She helped the tea party movement immeasurably by clearly showing her bias. This in turn makes people question other things she reports on because of the consistency of negative spin. Soon people trust nothing she says.

Gregg said...

The thing that the experts (who don't watch) are missing is that there is more Republican bashing on Fox than anywhere on the dial. Liberals on Fox don't have to be subtle but they do have have to defend their argument against an opposing view. "Fair and Balanced" works in the marketplace of ideas. That is unless you believe that people are so stupid that they can be brainwashed in the massive numbers reflected in the ratings. Anyone that believes that would also believe that lies, racism and nonsense can garner 22 million listeners and a 400 million dollar contract...without government subsidies.

Gregg said...

I usually have the TV on MSNBC for Chris Matthews at 7:00. I like to be able to gripe with knowledge so I keep track of the opposition. I do have to run for the remote when Olbermann comes on. Tonight I didn't make it in time. I noticed that Matthews and David Shuster (who was subbing for Olbermann) were using the term teabaggers. I had heard references to the term but didn't know what it meant, so I looked it up:

1) one who carries large bags of packaged tea for shipment. 2) a man that squats on top of a womens face and lowers his genitals into her mouth during sex, known as "teabagging" 3) one who has a job or talent that is low in social status 4) a person who is unaware that they have said or done something foolish, childlike, noobish, lame, or inconvenient. 5) also see "fagbag", "lamer", "noob"

This is outrageous! Since when has peaceful dissent been denigrated by the MSM. I thought we wanted people to "speak truth to power". That was the phrase that was so in vogue when Bush was President. The tea parties were NOT partisan events.

I'm sick of the media defining us.

oatz said...

April 19, 2009
Incredible - Obama defends himself but not America
Rick Moran
Following Nicaraguan Communist leader Daniel Ortega's wild, exaggerated, and mostly baseless harangue against the United States (referring to our "terrorist actions" in Latin America), President Obama mildly criticized Ortega and then used the same excuse he used while downplaying his relationship with Bill Ayers in trying to distance himself from the actions of his own country -- he was just a little baby when it happened:

In his 17-minute address to the summit, Obama departed from his prepared remarks to mildly rebuke Ortega.

"To move forward, we cannot let ourselves be prisoners of past disagreements. I'm grateful that President Ortega did not blame me for things that happened when I was three months old. Too often, an opportunity to build a fresh partnership of the Americas has been undermined by stale debates. We've all heard these arguments before."

What jaw dropping hubris! Bad enough he licks the boots of Oretga by basically agreeing with him. He's just telling him to move on because now that he's president, these horrible things won't happen anymore.

Has there ever been such an egotistical president?

Gregg said...


I'm an eternal optimist. People tell me that they can't understand why I'm always in a good mood. I guess I just love life. Now I'm starting to feel the way LiberalPOV describes me and others: grumpy. Actually that's an understatement. I'm angry as hell for what this idiot, empty suit, narcissistic, radical neophyte is doing to our country. The really troubling part is that I have no one to blame but my fellow man. I'm loosing faith in the intelligence of the masses. Blaming the press is accurate but futile. It's frustrating as hell.

Thanks for the post, even though it makes my blood boil. If it's happening to me then I know I'm not alone, that's one reason the tea parties were so great. Hopefully this will lead to real hope and change. I just hope we survive until then.

Sarkazein said...

Obama's comment about only being a few months old when something happened combined with the wife's "never been proud of America 'til now" comment is so self-involved, and oblivious to anyone but themselves,
combined with their lack of punctuality shows everything about their narcissism and ignorance ...
a lethal combination for our country.

Liberal POV said...


Acording to this gallop poll you grumpy old men need to keep doing exsactly what your doing.

Stay with the Fox flock and purge all of thoses Rino.

Most of the material on the Comedy Channel comes strait off the Fox Channel. Fox can be entertaining they have lots of clowns.

Anonymous said...


Why is everything you post a cliche? You talk about Fox, but offer no specifics. Fox simply brings a different viewpoint -- I guess if you had your way, there would be no diversity of opinion. You call names (grumpy old men) while most of the posters here actually engage in substantive dialogue. I really wish I knew something about your personal situation. Do you work? For government? Are you a student? Do you have children? Married? I just don't understand how someone can develop such an unpleasant and mean-spirited attitude towards their fellow humans based solely on political ideology. Do you have any respect for people who dare differ from your frame of thought?

Liberal POV said...


JW had this quote from Meghan MCCain that goes to what I've been saying about hate radio and Fox News and the lack of leadership with the Republican Party.
""There are those who think we can win the White House and Congress back by being 'more' conservative. Worse, there are those who think we can win by changing nothing at all about what our party has become. They just want to wait for the other side to be perceived as worse than us. I think we're seeing a war brewing in the Republican Party. But it is not between us and Democrats. It is not between us and liberals. It is between the future and the past."

Meghan McCain.

Liberal POV said...


I have family and friends who are Republicans or Conservatives as the bloggers here like to be called.

Most are wonderful good people in real life that use the Republican party to act out the worst of their human nature.

Most of the Republicans I know would give a family food if they had no food. Most would give clothes and furniture to a family that had lost their home in a fire.

When it comes to politics these same people take on a mean streak. I blame Fox News for this misinformation.

My refain on this blog is " Republicans aren't bad people it's what they think they know just ain't so"

Hate radio and Fox News used sensationaism to piss the other wise good people off.

I'm here to challenge what conservatives think they know. I love going after the silly stuff,but also the serious issues.

Why does the United States with 5% of the world's people have 25% of the world's prison population?

When is torture torture?

Trickle Down is a lie.

The term Grumpy old men started a few weeks back to make the point the Republican Party is srinking and without leadership. Most of the bloggers here want the Republican Party to be even more Conservative.
Todays Republican Party is mostly white and aging men. These same men have been use to being the boss and getting their way without a debate.

I do believe in a two party system with depate about real ideas not silly flag pin issues.

It's time Republicans competed with issues and ideas that move the country forward not gay marriage or flag pins.

Liberal POV said...


I should have told you" The Grumpy Old Men" has little to do with the Conservative blogger's age or gender It's the lack of vision resistance to change in a very fast changing world. With information and knowledge increasing ever faster our world view has to change.

I'm also not attacking real conservative principles like leaving the world in a little better condition than we found it, Not wasting natural resources just because we can afford to waste things. I consider it conservative to invest for the future.

I consider individual freedom a conservative value. When we get into debate is when the land owner up stream exercises his freedom to dump something into the same stream I have to drink from depriving me of clean safe water.

Wolf's Head said...

"Trickle Down is a lie." LPOV

Then why is the Obama Administration doing just that? They are giving out Trillions of our money to the states to "trickle down" to the people they took it from in the first place!

How about I piss down YOUR back and you tell me if it "trickles down".

Liberaal POV said...


Pissing on citizens with lower income is the only way trickle down works.
Giving money to State's to pay unemployment or keep teachers working is not trickle down.

Oatz said...


Oatz said...

Liberal POV you dare quote JW? Have you researched his background at ASU? You think he has an AXE to grind and is not Biased?

Liberal POV said...


The quote was from Meghan McCain.

I do however like JW's Watauga Watch and find his post well though out and on target.
Most of the time JW's leading the news.
Yes, JW is a passionate liberal or progressive maybe that's why he can make so much sense.

I know nothing of his ASU history.

Oatz said...

All State employees records are public record Liberal POV hard to find, but they are there.

Sarkazein said...

On the day the new Congress convened this year, Sen. Dianne Feinstein introduced legislation to route $25 billion in taxpayer money to a government agency that had just awarded her husband's real estate firm a lucrative contract to sell foreclosed properties at compensation rates higher than the industry norms.

guy faulkes said...

POV, here is something a blogger called Simon Jester had to say on Watauga Watch about Megan McCain. The interesting thing is that I cannot decide whether this comes from a liberal or a conservative.

"Why would anyone pay any attention to Megan McCain. Her claim to fame is that she is a moderately attractive woman that complained publicly that she had trouble getting a date (getting laid) because she is the daughter of a former Presidential candidate. She is pretty much what Jessica Simpson was supposed to be.
Simon Jester"

I have to agree that Republicans like Ms. McCain and her father are part of the problem with the party, if that was the point being made.

Sarkazein said...

Odd, the McCain daughter thing is the second time liberal commenters have recommended conservatives listen to McCain campaign staff. Staff that lost an election to a novice, wet behind the EARS Marxist.
No thanks.

Liberal POV said...


Here's a link if you would post from Liberal POV.

Lets see the comments.

I made made many comments here about Conservative Republicans having a model of what the US would look like if we continue with Voodoo economics is in South America.

This post is less partican then it will look at first.

Liberal POV said...

Grumpy Old Men

How many more moderate Republicans are there?

The Republican party if becoming as extreme as you had hoped, but very small and powerless.

Just keep follow Dick Cheney and tuned to Rush.