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Tucker Carlson calls to ‘increase the stigma’ on mental illness after Navy Yard shootings

Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Wednesday suggested that the proper response to Monday’s shooting at the Washington Navy Yard was to “increase the stigma” around “certain forms” of mental illness. Police reports obtained from the Newport Police Department in Rhode Island indicated that gunman Aaron Alexis had told authorities…

Fox News’ Hasselbeck: Navy Yard shooting shows need for video game registry, not gun control

New Fox & Friends host Elisabeth Hasselbeck on Tuesday suggested that “the left” was trying to make Monday’s mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard about “gun control,” when what the country really needed was a registry to track video game purchases. “You know, certainly, this topic has already taken…

Fox News’ Krauthammer: Cruz leading Republican ‘suicide caucus’ by opposing Obamacare

Pulitzer Prize-winning conservative columnist and regular Fox News panelist Charles Krauthammer warned over the weekend that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) was leading Republicans on a “suicide” mission to defund President Barack Obama’s health reform law with an attempted government shutdown. Over the past month, Cruz has been joined Sen. Mike…

Georgia ‘mind-control’ public broadcasting exec hid ownership of Fox News radio affiliate

Activists in Georgia are calling on Gov. Nathan Deal (R) to fire a public broadcasting executive after it was revealed that he hid his ownership of a competing Fox News affiliate radio station and did not notify the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Atlanta Unfiltered learned this week that Georgia Works…

Juan Williams shuts down Benghazi hype at Fox News: ‘It’s gone, baby. It’s all in your head’

Fox News political analyst Juan Williams on Sunday told conservative colleagues Karl Rove and Brit Hume that their obsession about a so-called scandal over last year’s terrorist attack in Benghazi was “all in your head, baby.” During a Fox News Sunday panel segment devoted to the one year anniversary of…

Fox News host ‘tired’ of atheists’ demands for freedom from religion: ‘They don’t have to live here’

Fox News host Dana Perino this week suggested that atheists should leave the country instead of trying to maintain the separation of church and state. In a case before the Massachusetts Supreme Court, atheist lawyer David Niose argued that the words “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance violates the…

Fox News guest: ‘That’s a teaching moment’ when hungry students don’t get school lunches

A Fox News guest on Thursday argued that hungry students would have a “teaching moment” if they were refused access in the cafeteria line to school lunches because their parents hadn’t properly filled out the right paperwork. During a segment on Fox & Friends, therapist and school counselor Thomas Kersting…

Abortion Opinions Become More Geographically Separated

More evidence that opinion on abortion has nothing to do with “life”, but is more about sex, identity, and women’s roles. New research from Pew shows that while support for abortion rights has remained steady nationally, it’s plummeting in the South and Midwest. Of course, it’s worth noting that in…

Fox News host Tucker Carlson falls asleep on TV: ‘Is this honestly live?’

Tucker Carlson had some explaining to do on Saturday when his nap time was interrupted by his job as host of the morning show Fox & Friends. After host Alisyn Camerota finished reading the top headlines at around 7:30 a.m. ET, the cameras returned to the studio where Carlson was…

Lieberman: ‘Our enemies are cheering’ after Obama consulted Congress on Syria

Former Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT) on Sunday blasted President Barack Obama for asking for Congress’ approval before launching an attack on Syria over the President Bashar al-Assad’s alleged use of chemical weapons. “I was looking back,” Lieberman told Fox News host Chris Wallace. “Over my 24 years, never saw anything…

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