2012 was an exciting year full of political ups, downs, intrigue, and scandal. And through it all News Corpse was there to document the egregiously dishonest reporting of Fox News and other conservative media outlets.
Now you have an opportunity to express your gratitude to News Corpse for saving you the trouble of having to suffer though watching and reading all that garbage yourself. By purchasing my new eBook, Fox Nation vs. Reality: The Fox News Community’s Assault On Truth, you can help insure another year of commentary, insight, bluster, satire, and sarcasm. The book contains more than fifty examples of Fox’s blatant dishonesty as published on their Fox Nation web site.
When Fox News debuted sixteen years ago, it was crafted from scratch to be a partisan outlet for right-wing propaganda and a platform for advancing a conservative agenda. Its founder, Rupert Murdoch, was already an internationally known purveyor of right-slanted newspapers and broadcasters. Complimenting Fox’s television presence is its Internet community web site, Fox Nation. The statement of purpose posted on the Fox Nation web site says that it is “committed to the core principles of tolerance, open debate, civil discourse, and fair and balanced coverage of the news.”
However, a cursory glance at the site reveals that they have fallen wide of their stated purpose by several light years. Fox Nation vs. Reality chronicles the flagrantly dishonest reports by the Fox Nationalist team of faux journalists. These are not mere differences of opinion or discussions that might have varying degrees of perspective. They are obvious, provable, outright lies, and they are manifestations of a disconnect with the real world.
Your purchase of Fox Nation vs. Reality will help News Corpse to continue to expose Fox and its affiliated accomplices in propaganda. It’s a dirty job, but somebody’s gotta do it. Thanks for your patronage, past and future. And have a happy new year.