Read an article during the elections that showed how CNN ratings were dropping compared to Fox and MSNBC, as they attempted to present a more journalistic approach as opposed to picking a side and crucifying the other.
Masses mostly viewing to reinforce their viewpoint.
I watch Headline News to stay somewhat current and Fox if I want to be “validated”. Although Fox irritates me also with the wimpy questioning and excess pontificating[/quote]
fox news walks a fine line and msnbc does not. it tends to make their treatment of liberal guests appear wimpy. they do not go in for the kill as msnbc does.
my homepage is drudgereport.com. both sides of the isle check it on a daily basis owing to the fact that it has it’s fingers on the nation’s pulse. this is not my opinion, he has produced web stats showing individual hits in the billions and is worth hundred of millions of dollars.
VISITS TO DRUDGE 1-26-14
020,280,639 PAST 24 HOURS
801,902,936 PAST 31 DAYS
10,762,046,458 PAST YEAR
there was a famous picture of algore a few years back of him at his desk with two pc monitors, one of them had drudge report.
i listen to am talk radio while i lift (except for squats and dead lifts, whereas i listen to nothing because it breaks my focus.)
Dennis Prager in my opinion is the most intelligent radio talk show host. he looks kind of like hugh hewtit another radio host so don’t mix the two up.
Dennis Prager can put the most damning difference that separates liberals from conservatives and transform it down to it’s simplest idea. that is a gift that has changed many minds on political hot potatoes.
His show is like a college class. it takes on all sides of an argument and dissects each to come to down to what usually one has no other option but to yield to. i would highly recommend finding what time he is on your am station and give a few programs a try. they usually repeat his programming from earlier during the overnight hours - maybe 2:00am.
Dennis Prager has one show a week that is called the Happiness Hour and it life changing:
Dennis stumbled onto the happiness theme by accident when he was asked to write a column for the woman’s magazine McCalls. Ever since then, Dennis has been very focused on determining what happiness is and where it comes from. He truly believes that happiness is a serious problem and one that everyone needs to face. To help with that, each week Dennis hosts a Happiness Hour on his radio show and it has become on of the most popular segments.