Don't rely only on Fox News to keep you informed

2013-02-11T00:00:00Z Don't rely only on Fox News to keep you informed
February 11, 2013 12:00 am

My response to the person who wrote they only watch Fox cable news for reporting is that the Fox station is owned by Rupert Murdock. Opinions discussed on the station are for extremely conservative individuals and favor the philosophy of Murdock, who favors the Republican Party.

He also supported the actions of the mean Margaret Thatcher. She led her country into riots, trying to solve their budget by not helping the less fortunate and cutting back on programs that helped the poor.

We are so proud of ourselves that we don't want to look how other countries are solving their problems.

Fox News tries to stay neutral, but it is obvious in their reporting that the reporters know who signs their paychecks.

I suggest people should look at as many other sources to expand their views. To be properly informed is the duty of every citizen, and the news media need to be responsible to present the news without bias.

- Michael Koscielniak, Michigan City

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