KIng of the monsters?
...well, per the very first film's title, Godzilla had been deemed 'King of the Monsters"; however, as far as being the most dynamic, eye-popping, and one who has been Godzilla's most formidable foe, and toughest to beat, that would easily be King Ghidorah...
Do any republicans work at MSNBC?
Joe ScarboroughMichael SteeleBrett StephensGeorge WillHugh HewittGreat Van SusternSteve SchmidtNicole WallacePlus a host of Republican military guest commentators.THEY ARE PROUD OF THEIR RIGHT WING LINE-UP.MSNBC Now Openly Bragging About Abandoning its Liberal Brand In New AdI am pretty sure that CEO Phil Griffin is also a Republican. He is certainly responsible to a very large degree for getting Trump elected.
What are the differences between NBC, CNBC and MSNBC?
NBC is one of the big three major broadcast networks (the other two are ABC and CBS). It offers a wide variety of entertainment, talk shows and hard news programs. CNBC is its cable business channel and MSNBC is its cable all-talk news outlet, focusing on political news with a distinct liberal slant.
Who is more liberal between CNN and MSNBC?
Who is more liberal between CNN and MSNBC?MSNBC, no question.CNN puts conservative commentators on far, far more often than MSNBC, even if those commentators aren’t particularly good at their job.MSNBC is the Fox News of the Left; opinion shows dominate their lineup, and they are all progressive.The primetime lineup for Fox: Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham. All rather prominent conservatives.The primetime lineup for MSNBC: Chris Hayes, Rachel Maddow, Lawrence O’Donnell. All self-described progressives.If you look at the number of actual committed journalists, CNN wins this contest as well: Wolf Blitzer and Jake Tapper are two of the best in the business at providing fair and balanced reporting. I don’t think they always get it right, but I respect them as true journalists.Who is the true journalist of MSNBC? Brian Williams? Does he have any credibility?You may wonder why conservatives hate CNN more than MSNBC, if MSNBC is further left.I think it has to do with the fact that MSNBC makes no pretensions as to who they are: they are a dedicated, progressive network, just as Fox is a dedicated, conservative network. Which, by the way, I think most conservatives understand.CNN likes to pretend they are objective, even as Don Lemon editorializes on his “news” hour, and watch Brooke Baldwin’s utter hypocrisy over the whole Clay Travis controversy.That riles conservatives. A lot of us see CNN as a hack job, just an extension of the “liberal elite” that likes to look down on us.And honestly, I don’t think that’s too inaccurate. CNN has some good reporters, but when their negative coverage of Trump matches MSNBC, people get tired of their claims of objectivity.
What do you think about the VA Tech killer?
what do you guys think about Cho Seung-hui? do you think he had many problems? do you think he wanted to be just likeor just be jesus? my whole school is talking about it they cant seam to stop talkin about it. but tell meon your opinion what you think about him and the whole thing?
Obama vs Fox News? Is this important for him than the rising unemployment 9.8% (or 16%)?
Interestingly when Pew research surveyed public opinion on the news media during the last election over 60% of Americans believed that the mainstream media wanted Obama to win the election. Even among Democrats the majority surveyed agreed the media favored Obama. So while Fox may have a conservative bias all of the other news Chanel's have a definite Liberal bias. Do you remember NBC news Brian Williams famous bow to Obama at the end of his documentary (public love affair) How about Chris Matthews famous 'Thrill Going Up My Leg' when listening to Obama speak. Do you really think these are objective news reporters? ------------------- This is the most paranoid Presidnet since Nixon and the first one since him to have an enemies list. It's demeaning to the office of the President and an affront to the freedom of the Press. Does anyone ever recall this kind of Whining out of George Bush? Did he ever send out his White House officials to attack MSNBC?
What kind of person would watch a "news" network which has SUED FOR THE RIGHT TO LIE on the air, and WON?
The Media Can Legally Lie Title: “Court Ruled That Media Can Legally Lie” Title: "Florida Appeals Court Orders Akre-Wilson Must Pay Trial Costs for $24.3 Billion Fox Television; Couple Warns Journalists of Danger to Free Speech, Whistle Blower Protection" “In February 2003, a Florida Court of Appeals unanimously agreed with an assertion by FOX News that there is no rule against distorting or falsifying the news in the United States. Back in December of 1996, Jane Akre and her husband, Steve Wilson, were hired by FOX as a part of the Fox “Investigators” team at WTVT in Tampa Bay, Florida. In 1997 the team began work on a story about bovine growth hormone (BGH), a controversial substance manufactured by Monsanto Corporation. The couple produced a four-part series revealing that there were many health risks related to BGH and that Florida supermarket chains did little to avoid selling milk from cows treated with the hormone, despite assuring customers otherwise."
Ronan Farrell seems to be an erudite and great journalist. How did his relations with NBC and MSNBC become sour?
Not a clue about his relationship with these broadcasters - sorry.I feel for the man as having his paternity and his mother’s integrity trawled over the media is no laughing matter and a fairly hefty albatross to bear.He has a lot to contend with; not just the inevitable bane of celebrity parentage but media-seeking celebrity parentage (for me the most painful to watch - I mean how do the kids get their deserved and rightful protection from that?), he is uber-bright which is helpful though also not easy, and then he has - unsurprisingly in my opinion - decided to maintain some privacy over his own personal life.So yes - I totally agree with your statement - erudite, great - and then common sense too - he seems to have. Anyone in his position is always going to have a lot going on though - as all these variables and factors are a lot to handle and people-pleasing is probably - by default - going to be low on the agenda. My experience of TV people is that their need for ego massage and the right attention is right up there more often than not - and maintaining relationships with them - if one has morals and integrity - is probably a full-time job in itself.I imagine Prospect magazine might do a piece on something like this question you ask. I am sure there must be lots on-line too though am presuming it’s gossip as most things on line are made up or exaggerated fluff at the best of times.