BOW DOWN BEFORE US, PUNY MORTALS
In just a few weeks, the FOX News Channel will celebrate its seventh anniversary, awash in success and publicity. In that short period of time, we have become one of the most powerful news organizations in the USA, an amazing accomplishment.
I AM TOO NICE, OR LAWSUIT-SHY, TO MENTION AL FRANKEN BY NAME
But that success has caused an incredible amount of anger among some in the elite media and among some liberal ideologues.
BY "LEGAL ISSUES", I MEAN "TRUMPED-UP LAWSUITS"
And their attacks on us have now resulted in legal issues, such as trademark infringement and defamation.
UNLESS, OF COURSE, IT'S ONE OF MY MANY CORPORATE BOYCOTTS TO SILENCE RAP MUSICIANS
The main point here is that trying to hurt a business or a person because you disagree with what they say is simply unacceptable in America.
FOX: WHERE VIGOROUS DEBATE ALWAYS WINS OUT OVER SMEAR CAMPAIGNS
And that message has been sent by FOX. There's a principle in play. Vigorous debate is embraced by us, but smear campaigns will be confronted.
THE NEW YORK TIMES' CORRECT READING OF U.S. LAW MAKES ME LAUGH
It is simply a joke for The New York Times to editorialize that fabricated personal attacks are acceptable under the banner of satire.
I SPENT MY SALARY ON MUSCLE CARS AND CAN'T AFFORD A FACT-CHECKER
I wonder if The Times thought that Donald Sagretti was funny when he manufactured dirt to hurt Richard Nixon's political opponents.
YOU KNOW, LIKE THE BOOK ANN COULTER WROTE
I guess The Times editorial board would be yucking it up if their pictures appeared on a book cover accompanied by the word "liar."
HEY, HOW ABOUT SOME SODOMY? IT'S LEGAL NOW
Satire, my butt.
I AM TOO ANGRY FOR SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT
There's no question that many of the attacks launched against FOX personnel are designed to injury and demean.
FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION SHOULD NOT BE USED AGAINST RICH PEOPLE
It's unfortunate, but in this country, if you're successful or famous, many courts will allow defamation, slander and liable to go unpunished.
YOU DECIDE: PROTECT SATIRE, OR PROTECT AGAINST SATIRE?
But once again, that's not the issue here. The point is accountability. We are shining a spotlight on the haters and the enablers. You can decide if that spotlight is aimed in the right direction.
THIS MIGHT BE CONSTRUED AS A THREAT IF IT WAS AN ACCURATE QUOTE OR WAS GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT
Talking Points cannot understand how people could side with the defamers and their pals. But it's important to know just who these people are. For as Don Corleone once said, "kept your friends close, but your enemies closer."