When the news tells us of depressing things, should we shut off the news? What should we use news for, and when should we avoid it?
Breaking news stories affect us when we hear and see that something bad has happened. We have been impacted psychologically by the reporting of these events that seem to increase daily in our society.
I published an article last year entitled Women of Fox News, which has proved to be a major success. By popular demand, I followed it up with Men of Fox News . Now I want to put the spotlight on a different set of Fox News Women, some of whom my...
Shepard Smith is a loose cannon, and worst of the anchors at Fox News Channel. Outbursts of rage, disrespecting guests and a pack of teleprompter reading blunders make for inferior TV news reportage.
Veteran CBS reporter Charles Kuralt covered the Vietnam War and various other hostilities but is best remembered for his short sketches of oddball American life.
There are morning news programs that are as much a part of our national fabric as apple pie and baseball. But do they really do their job of delivering the news?
Laura Ingraham, whom I met once, appears often on Fox News as a political commentator. She is a breast cancer survivor. Laura Ingraham is a bestselling author and the sixth most popular radio talk show host in America. She was born in 1964;...